We have designed this experience as a foray into the forgotten route of the most beautiful gem of Northeast India, Arunachal Pradesh. We will camp in a beautiful village where River Siyom meets River Siang and the blue waters of Siyom meet the green Siang. Our idea is to explore the unique culture while discovering stories and lifestyle of the forgotten tribes of Adi, Missing and Galo who live in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. Amongst rice fields and tea gardens, we have designed the experience for the group to immerse together and experience slow living with a group of curated individuals from diverse walks of life.
We are a group of curious travelers who love diving into a new space and explore it together. It’s not a guided tour. We live, love and laugh together while uncovering hidden gems in unique locations.
S O M E W H E R E in the mother nature. Pasighat is the land of the mighty Siang and indigenous hanging bridges. Situated at the eastern foothills of the Himalayas at 155 meters above mean sea level, Pasighat is Arunachal's oldest town. The unique trough-like features surrounded by high hills on three sides make Pasighat ideal for attracting rain-bearing clouds that come in from the Assam plain. Pasighat was founded in 1911 A.D. by the British Raj as a gateway to administrative convenience of the greater Abor Hills and the north area in general. Primarily there were settlements of Adi tribesmen who are still living in the villages in and around Pasighat. The year 2011 marked 100 years of its existence.
This is an expedition of like-hearted-playful-thinkers who believe that indulging in multidisciplinary learning frameworks, experimental research and alternative pedagogies will strengthen our approaches to perceptivity such that we could collectively recreate our own meaning of love and romance in life.Apply for an Invite