The Forgotten Route

  Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh, India

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.

The Forgotten Route: The Concept

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.

What to Expect
  • Camaraderie and meeting a diverse group of curated people
  • Community spirit and deep immersion into culture and spaces
  • Raw and real trips of exploration with surprise encounters
  • Slow tourism, rural environment and participatory living lifestyle
  • Comfortable camping in the wilderness in an unheard unseen place
What not to Expect
  • An organized tour with specific activities
  • Covering a checklist of tourist spots
  • Jampacked itinerary and hotel like services
  • Impersonal defined standard travel route

Where are we going

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.

Comfortable Camping
Local Meals
Covid Safety
Pickup from Nearest Town
Next Dates to be announced
Rs 30000/-
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15 Participants Only

Have Questions?

How do I join the Unheard Unseen community?
Our community is curated to create the best experience for every individual in each program and hence, it is an invite-only community. You can join if a community member has invited you or you can apply for an invitation here.
Is there any covid guidelines?
Participants need to be either fully vaccinated or with a RTPCR Covid -ve report on arrival.
What if I can’t join in the dates displayed here?
Unheard Unseen is a series of learning expeditions that happen in multiple locations and dates throughout the year. You can apply for an invite and join us for the next expedition that’s suitable for you.
Is this a residency project?
Yes, this is a residential program designed to nourish your exploratory and collaborative self. We take care of the stay and food throughout the entire program. All you need to do is show up and be fully present.
What is the cancellation policy?
Your appointments and well-being are very important to us. In case of cancelation of the program due to unforeseen circumstances, we will refund 100% of the program fee.

We plan and curate every experience with utmost care and love before you arrive. We understand that sometimes, unexpected delays can occur, making schedule adjustments. Any cancellation or reschedule by the participant made less than 10 days before the start of their journey will result in cancelation charges of 50% of the program fee and cancelations made less that 72 hours before the journey will encumber charges of 80% of the program fee.
Any important points to note?
It is important that all our participants travel responsibly and respect the surroundings and communities they will be living with during the course of the program.

Are you one of us?

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.

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