The Brahmaputra River in India is an exciting journey down one of the world’s greatest rivers, an option only for the true adventurer.
The river, after flowing gently eastwards through Tibet, cuts the Greater Himalaya and the highest unclimbed mountain in the world, Namche Barwa before it enters Arunachal Pradesh, where the expedition begins, a few miles inside the line-of-control with China.
The expedition takes you through remote hillsides dotted with tribal settlements in clearings surrounded by leech-infested rainforest. It negotiates the finest big volume white water in an area, which is surely one of the most inaccessible in the world.
A 9-day self -contained run (180 kms approx.) from Tuting to Pasighat travels through one of the most inaccessible regions in the world makes this one of the most premier expeditions offered.