Pangsau Pass or Pan Saung Pass, 3,727 feet in altitude, lies on the crest of the Patkai Hills on the India-Burma border. The pass offers one of the easiest routes into Burma from the Assam plains. Wikipedia.
The intention of the Pangsau Pass Winter Festival – 2016 is to transcend geographical frontiers by revealing the enigma of amazing Arunachal, including that of mesmerizing Myanmar. It has become a wonderful medium to commemorate the glorious bygone eras of the many lively tribes of the serene state.
It is the reputed route of the 13th century invasion of Assam in India by the Ahoms, a Shantribe.
HIGHLIGHTS OF PANGSAU PASS FESTIVAL.
Pangsu Pass Winter Festival has been successfully scripting the triumphs of tribal heritage and ethnicity of the region.
For Arunachal Pradesh tours, all Indian Tourists require ILP (Inner Line Permits). ILP are issued from Guwahati.
Tourists need to send us their copy of Identity & address proof such as Driving License or Passport with Passport sized photo. And for foreign nationals it required PAP and takes minimum 10 days to arrange.
The Pangsau Pass Winter Festival unearths the magnificent things of this secluded place.
You have to visit the place to comprehend the charisma of the festival and to believe the beauty of the hidden region called Arunachal Pradesh.
- A festival that is really different and vibrant.
- It is in a concealed place which is surrounded by peace and happiness.
- home to different tribes brimming with life.
- The lake of no return is an interesting
During World War II the pass became famous because of the Stilwell Road.
This connected British India to Nationalist Chinese forces fighting the Japanese in China.
The pass was the large initial obstacle encountered by United States General Joseph “Vinegar Joe” Stilwell’s forces.
Their effort was to build a land route to supplement The Hump air route.
Day 1 - Dibrugarh Airport to Nampong (5 Hours drive)
Day 2 - At Pangshu Pass festival
Day 3 - Day 3 : To Lake of No Return in Myanmar (whole day sightseeing)
Day 4 - Nampong to Dibrugarh ( 5 hrs approx.)
Day 5 - Departure
Fixed Departure Dates:
- 22nd March 2016
- 12th April 2016
- 19th April 2016
- 2nd October 2016
- 9th October 2016
- 13th November 2016
- 27th November 2016
- 13th December 2016
- 25th December 2016
|INCLUDED||Accommodation in non-ac rooms||Activity point transfers|
|Transportation in non-ac vehicles||Sanctuary fees and parking charges|
|Road taxes||Driver allowance|
|Inner Line Permits||Airport Transfer Fees|
|LAFL service charges|
|NOT INCLUDED||All meals and beverages (including bottled mineral water)||All insurance|
|All tips||Camera fees|
|Phone calls and internet usage||Monument entrance fees|
|Train tickets||Sightseeing out of the itinerary|
|All not mentioned in the ‘Included’ section|
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