Royal Enfield Tour Of NorthEast 2018 Returns To Enchant And You Can Be a Part Of It

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Away from the sort of touristy side of the Northern Himalayas, there is a section on the Eastern Side which is still enchanting. Starting October 19th, The Royal Enfield Tour Of NorthEast 2018 will thump through this mysterious and relatively unexplored part of the country. The 12-day ride will cover 3 of the Seven Sister states of the North East (Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh) and go through some of the most beautiful and mesmerising landscapes this part of the country has to offer.

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Here’s what the ride itinerary looks like:

19th Oct Guwahati – Check In, Scrutiny & Briefing

20th Oct Guwahati – Cherrapunji – Shillong

21st Oct Shillong – Dawki – Jowai – Shillong

22nd Oct Shillong – Kaziranga

23rd Oct Kaziranga- Majuli

24th Oct Majuli – Ziro

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25th Oct Ziro – Rest Day

26th Oct Ziro – Biswanath Chariali

27th Oct Biswanath Chariali – Dirang

28th Oct Dirang – Tawang

29th Oct Tawang – Bumla

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30th Oct Tawang – Dirang

31st Oct Dirang – Guwahati

During the ride, key places which will be covered, include:

Dawki – Indo Bangladesh border

Shnongpdeng – Clear water Kayaking

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Kaziranga – Jungle safari – Rhino

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Majuli – ferry ride – Worlds largest river island

Ziro Valley – World heritage site

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Tawang – 2nd largest monastery in the World

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Sela pass – 13700 feet

Bum la – 16300 feet – Indo China Border

Bhairavkund – Indo Bhutan Border.

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Also Read: Royal Enfield Tour Of Uttarakhand 2018, And How I Returned a Transformed Rider

Since the convoy of riders will be in town during the Tawang Festival, they will also be able to attend and soak in a lot of local flavours, culture and music. Only a few last remaining seats are left though and if you wish to be a part of this magical experience, check out the ‘Rides’ & ‘Events’ section of Royal Enfield’s website. You’ll have to be quick though.

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