In Search of Mishmi Takin

Mishmi Takin (Budorcas taxicolor) is one of the elusive big games you would find high up in Mishmi hills. They usually come in large numbers to graze during the rainy season (June-July). However, you may still happen to come across smaller herds in fringes. Here, we will follow the course of Dree river – one of the major rivers in the Dibang valley. We will start our journey from Damben – the last ITBP station about 25 kms from Anini and we will follow the river upstream to the starting point of the river’s journey in the plains of Dibang valley.

The trek is ideal for intermediate and seasoned trekkers. Even though there are no steep uphill or downhill save one day, there will be some amount of swamps and bamboo thickets that one will have to negotiate. So some amount of prior trekking experience is expected. There will be experienced guides and local support crew to help you in the trek as well as show you the rich bio diversity of this beautiful valley.

Total no of days – 14days/13 nights             No of walking days – 9 Days

Itinerary
Day/Date From To Activity Included Not Included
Day 1 Dibrugarh Roing Transfer Tents, sleeping bags & gaiters if required Trekking poles, jackets, boots, etc
Day 2 Roing Mayodia transfer Experienced guide, porters and support staffs Any deviation or detour
Mayodia Hunli Walk/transfer All meals (Veg) Cost escalation due to natural reason.
Day 3 Hunli Anini Trasfer Inner Line Permits (India Nationals only)
Day 4 Anini Dambuen Transfer Transport from & to Dibrugarh
Dambuen Chai Pani Camp Walk First Aid Medical Kit
Day 5 Chai Pani Camp Chigu Camp Walk
Day 6 Chigu Camp Pathar Camp Walk
Day 7 Pathar Camp Barouni Camp Walk
Day 8 Barouni Camp Rest Day
Day 9
Day 10
Day 11 Barouni Camp Chigu Camp Walk
Day 12 Chigu Camp Dambuen Walk
Dambuen Anini Transfer
Day 13 Anini Roing Transfer
Day 14 Roing Dibrugarh Transfer