Our motorcycle trip to Myanmar will be starting from Guwahati, the gateway of North-east India, covering Nagaland. Then we will step into Arunachal Pradesh to reach to the border of Myanmar.
We will ride through the famous Stilwell road and cross Pangsau pass to enter Myanmar.
We will visit the Lake of no return and return back to Jairampur.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS TRIP
- Places covered : Guwahati, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Myanmar*
- Bike Category: Royal Enfield Bullet
- Accommodation: Tent or Home stays.
- All the itineraries will be made with utmost effort. The itineraries are subject to change without prior notice if some unavoidable circumstances arrive.
- We are not responsible for any law and order, strikes, natural calamity etc.
- Foreign Nationals are not allowed to travel in certain areas.
- We will ride on the world war famous Stilwell road and cross Pangsau Pass to enter Myanmar.
Located on the plains of the Lush Green Patkai Mountain Range, Pangsau Pass offers one of the easiestroutes to Burma from the Assam plains through Jairampur town of Arunachal Pradesh. Also known as the Hells Pass from the era of the World War II, this Pass gradient came into limelight from the construction of the famous Stilwell Road (built by the American Army under the able guidance of General Vinegar Joe Stilwell) through it along with the presence of the Lake of No Return. The memoirs of the World War II can be seen here at War Cemetery at Jairampur (the only War Cemetery in India with burials of soldiers from the Chinese Army).
A two hour drive by road from Margherita (the Coal Queen of Assam) across the scenic view of the Tirap River and the Patkai Mountain Range will reach you to the Pangsau Pass.
Day 1 - Arrive at Guwahati
Reach Guwahati and prepare for the trip.
Check motorcycles, luggage carriers etc.
Day 2 - Guwahati to Dimapur- 290kms
Today ride would be long but on a smooth and scenic highway. We would enter Nagaland and stay in a beautiful home stay at Dimapur. Also we would do the necessary paper work for the Inner Line Permits.
Day3- Nagaland stay
We would ride to Kohima, the capital of Nagaland and do a little sightseeing. Optional trek in the Dzouko valley can be done.
Ride back to Dimapur and stay overnight in Home stay.
Day 4- Dimapur to Jairampur- 362 kms
Day 5 - Jairampur to Lake of no return ( Myanmar) - 36kms
We will cross the famous Pangsau pass to reach Lake of no return which lies in Myanmaar.
Pangsau Pass or Pan Saung Pass, 3,727 feet (1,136 m) in altitude, lies on the crest of the Patkai Hills on the India-Burma (Myanmar) border. The pass offers one of the easiest routes into Burma from the Assam plains. It is named after the closest Burmese village, Pangsau, that lies 2 km beyond the pass to the east.
Lake of No Return (Naongxyang in Tangshang Naga) body of water in Myanmar, lying in the area of the Pangsau Pass(3727′) on the India-Myanmar border south of Pangsau (also called Pansaung) village. The lake is 1.4 km in length and 0.8 km in width in its widest part.
ride back to Jairampur and stay overnight in home stays.
Day 6 - Jairampur to Tezpur - 403 kms
A long day of mixed bag riding and crossing the Bramhaputra river once.
Day 7- Tezpur to Guwahati - 185 kms.
Day 8- Buffer day
A buffer day to use if required to use,
8th Dec 2018
19th Jan 2019
|INCLUDED||Stay in Home stays||Inner Line Permits|
|LAFL service charge||LAFL assistance|
|NOT INCLUDED||Motorcycles with fuel||
|All meals||All not mentioned in the ‘Included’ section|