Expert-Led Group Tour

India Group Tour - Tribes of Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh

Departing 16th November - 1st December 2020

16 days

from £4,495pp
  • Gain a unique insight into the charismatic tribes of Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh
  • Spend time in the Ziro valley at the Apatani tribal villages of Hong, Hari and Hija
  • Visit Pasighat, the gateway to Arunachal, renowned for its waterfalls and hanging bridges
  • Journey through breath-taking landscapes, from mountain passes to riverbeds

Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland are India’s last frontiers and are home to a way of life that is fast disappearing. As you travel through these regions, discover regions of India engulfed in mystery, inhabited by vibrant and zealous people, and journey through landscapes vast and largely explored.

Begin your journey in Arunachal Pradesh, known as ‘the land of dawn-lit mountains’. A land of supreme natural beauty and rich ancient traditions. This region of India feels like an entire world of its own. Nine large Himalayan rivers flow through this area, on their course to the plains of Assam, and each of these form spectacular valleys inhabited by a variety of fascinating tribes. This pioneering journey continues, via Assam, into the state of Nagaland. Among other tribes, Nagaland is home to the fierce Konyak warrior tribe who’s facial tattooing and recent history of headhunting make them an extraordinary people to spend time with. Warm and welcoming they will invite us into their homes and meeting halls – an opportunity that will soon vanish as most of these former headhunters are in their seventies.

As with our other Pioneering Group Tours, this trip will be accompanied by one of the Steppes’ team. This not only means that a friendly face will be there at all times – willing to help out and deal with any issues that might arise – but it also gives us the chance to explore a destination that is just as new for us as it is for you.

This trip will be joined by Joe Parkes, one of Steppes’ India Travel Experts. Joe has travelled extensively in India and has a passion for sharing his knowledge and experience of this magnificent country with others.

Why join this group tour to Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland?

One of the key highlights of this tour is the privileged visits to the local tribes of Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland. Astoundingly, in a single state as small as Arunachal Pradesh, more than 100 tribes and sub-tribes live here, tracing their indigenous history to faraway places in Mongolia and Southeast Asia.

In Nagaland, spend time in the presence of the Konyak tribe, former head-hunters, where you will be able to spend time sitting talking to the elders – an incredible experience.

This tour is for anybody wanting a fascinating yet sensitive insight into the world of north-east India’s last tribal elders.

Is it safe to travel to Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland?

Yes. Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh are both politically sensitive areas with certain groups campaigning to be a separate state and not part of India. However, this situation rarely impacts on tourism and when it does is more likely to be in the form of peaceful roadblocks or protests rather than anything more sinister. The people of this region are very friendly and welcome tourists. However, please note that unforeseen road closures may mean altering the itinerary.

What will the road conditions be like in Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland?

Road conditions are very poor in this region of India, so road journeys may take a long time and are likely to bumpy and windy at times. We have detailed rough journey times in the day to day itinerary, seven hours being the longest journey, from Dibrugarh to Mon. It is advisable to pack a travel pillow or cushion. As above, road closures do happen and this can mean last minute changes to the planned itinerary. All part of a pioneering journey.

What is the accommodation like in Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland?

Accommodation in these two areas of north-east India is rather simple but rooms are clean and have private bathrooms. Hot water is sporadic at times and will occasionally be provided in a bucket. It is suggested that you pack a sleeping bag liner and a travel pillow. WIFI is not always available but is surprisingly common.

Is this tour suitable for solo travellers?

Our group tours are perfect for solo travellers, as travelling as part of an organised group in faraway places does provide security and peace of mind. We handle all the arrangements for you and there will be a local tour guide on hand throughout to provide advice and help if needed, as well as the expertise of a Tour Lecturer.

If you are willing to share, we will always do our best to match you up with another solo traveller of the same sex so that you do not have to pay for a single room.

If you would prefer the privacy of your own room and would like this guaranteed, then the single room price supplement will apply.

How fit do I need to be to enjoy this tour?

You need to be relatively fit to enjoy this tour, there will be a number of walks to the local tribal villages, which may be up steep slopes and over uneven ground. In addition, there are several long travel days, which can be tiring, so we have taken this into consideration when rating the activity level for this tour. You will be in remote areas during this trip with limited/basic/no medical facilities.

Please make sure you bring a good comfortable pair of walking shoes as some of the cities and areas we visit will have uneven surfaces.

What is the food like in Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland?

The staple food in Arunachal Pradesh is rice along with fish, meat and green vegetables. The Arunachali’s prefer not to have their meat fried, and it is therefore either boiled or smoked. The most common meat is that of an animal called Mithun (Bos frontalis), a member of the cattle family found only in the North East.

Nagaland is the home of the fiery Naga King Chilli, one of the hottest in the world. Naga chilli chutney is everywhere but tread carefully, it is ferocious. Dishes tend to involve pork or chicken and rice but with plenty of fresh local vegetables as well.

This won’t be a tour for ‘foodies’ and eating can get slightly repetitive. It’s worth bringing a few favourite snacks from home e.g. cereal bars, sweets, nuts, as road journeys are long and opportunities to stop can be few and far between. Packed lunches will be provided where possible and where lunch stops at restaurants cannot be guaranteed.

Departing on:
  • 16th November 2020

For a detailed itinerary or to book your place on this tour, please contact us.

STARTFINISHPrice Excluding Flights £Flight cost fromSingle SupplementTour ExpertStatus 
16th Nov 2020 1st Dec 2020 £ 4,495 £ 750 £ 675 Joe Parkes Available
  Click here to see what is included/excluded

what is included

  • Accommodation as indicated
  • Internal flights within India
  • Meals as indicated
  • Transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle
  • Accompanied by Joe Parkes throughout
  • Accompanied by a local English speaking guide
  • Entrance to all sites mentioned
  • Hotel accommodation with meals as stated
  • Gratuities for local guides, drivers and porters

what is excluded

  • International flights
  • Travel insurance
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Items of a personal nature


Itinerary at a glance

Collapse all
Day 1

Itinerary note
Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland are developing regions for tourism. The roads may be quite bumpy and windy, making journeys slow and tiring. The days will sometimes be long, and temperatures may vary, due to the difference in climate between the coast and highlands. Road closures do happen and this can mean last minute changes to the planned itinerary. All part of a pioneering journey.

It is worth bringing a few favourite snacks from home e.g. cereal bars, sweets, nuts, as road journeys are long and opportunities to stop can be few and far between. Packed lunches will be provided where possible and where lunch stops at restaurants cannot be guaranteed.

Accommodation across this whole part of India is very limited. What is available is of a very basic standard. For the mostpart there is running water and electricity but expect for this to be intermittent in certain places. We have included accommodation that is the best of what is available in each place.

Group welcome dinner
In the evening, there will be a welcome dinner introducing Joe Parkes from Steppes Travel, as well as your local guide, both of whom will travel with you throughout your time in India.

Situated on the northern bank of the Brahmaputra, Tezpur is a beautiful and multifaceted city steeped in mythology and history. The city has an abundance of archaeological sites, hills, lakes and gardens. Its history is further enriched by the mythological romantic story of Usha, the beautiful daughter of King Banasura and Aniruddha, grandson of Lord Krishna. It led to a furious battle of Hari Hara between the Gods, Lord Shiva and Lord Krishna. Truce was made when Usha and Aniruddha got married.

You will be staying at Pride Plaza Hotel, bed and breakfast

Day 2

Fly Delhi to Guwahati

Arrival into Guwahati. Transfer to Tezpur.
On arrival into Guwahati, you will be met by your local guide and where you will drive to Tezpur, a journey of around five hours.

Guwahati, in Assam, is a major developing city in East India, and often referred to as the Gateway of the North East. The city is on the banks of the Brahmaputra and has airport links to the main cities. The region of Guwahati is rich in wildlife with Asian elephants, python, tiger and primates.

Arrival into Tezpur
On arrival, transfer to your hotel, where you will have the remainder of the day at leisure.

You may wish to visit Mahabhairab Temple, believed to have been built by King Bana, which has one of the biggest and oldest Shivalingas in the world. A Shivalinga, also known as a lingam, is an abstract representation of the hindu deity Shiva. It attracts thousands of devotees, especially during the Shiv Ratri festival. Other historic temples in the vicinity of Tezpur include Holleshwar, Bhairavi and Rudrapada temple.

Lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at The Wild Mahseer Tea Planter Bungalows, bed and breakfast

Day 3

Tezpur to Ziro
Today will involve a long travel day of around eight hours as you travel from Tezpur to Ziro.

Apatani tribe
Ziro is home to the Apatani tribe, who settled in this region several centuries ago, moving from Tibet. The unique feature of the Apatani tribe is the tattooing of the women's faces and their nose plugs. Just as the tail is the distinctive part of the male dress, so is the nose plug peculiar to the Apatani women. It is the ambition of each woman to wear the largest possible nose plugs, which are made of wood.

The Apatani people design beautiful handloom and handicraft products, besides practising paddy and fish cultivation. The area is biologically rich with a diverse and varied range of flora and fauna from sub-tropical to alpine forest.

One of the most beautiful hill stations of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro is located in the midst of the pine-clad mountains and is the headquarters of the Lower Subansiri District inhabited by more than 50,000 friendly Apatanis. The region is uneven and dotted with a number of hillocks overlooking the lush paddy fields. On the east, a high ridge demarcates the plateau from the wooded hills of the lower region.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Ziro Palace, bed and breakfast

Day 4

Visit Ziro’s Tribal villages
Spend time in the Ziro valley, with the Apatani tribal villages of the Hong, Hari and Hija. These villages are rarely visited by foreign travellers, so it will be a unique experience and an honour to visit them. The people who live here belong to a society untouched by notions of time and money and are completely trusting of each other. The tribes are welcoming but listen to your local guide, who will advise you if and when you can take photographs.

Hong village

Visit the Hong village, counted as the second biggest tribal village in Asia. The unique feature of the Appertain tribe is the tattooing of the women’s faces and their nose plugs, which you will find different from the other tribes. Stroll through the villages and interact with the people.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Ziro Palace, bed and breakfast

Day 5

Drive from Ziro to Majuli Island (Road Journey)

The journey from Roing to Dibrugarh should take approximately one and a half hours.

Majuli Island is a World Heritage Site nestled between the confluence of the Subansiri and the Brahmaputra River and is the largest inhabited riverine island in the world. The island has long served as a monastic retreat to the Vaishnavite community and is known for its beautiful rural setting and traditional Assamese and Mishing architecture. About twenty-six Satras or cultural houses of power are located in Majuli, of which the Kamalabari, Auniati and Garmur are worth a mention. These Satras propagate the religious ideology of medieval Assam’s Vaisnavite saints like Sankardev and Madhavdev.

Majuli is the largest freshwater river island at 1,250 square kilometers. Since water bodies cover most of the island, it attracts a number of local and migratory birds.

The Mishings
The local tribe of Majuli Island are The Mishings, who belong to the Tibeto-Burman clan of the Mongoloid race. It's not known exactly where they migrated from, but it is believed that they were dwellers of the hills of present-day Arunachal Pradesh. This explains the cultural and linguistic similarities they have with the people of the Adi tribe, and to some extent of the Hill Miri and Dafla tribes of Arunachal Pradesh.

Somewhere around the 13th Century, they started migrating towards the plains of Assam. This exodus continued for at least 2-3 centuries. It was here that they found one of the most fertile river-beds, that of the mighty Brahmaputra, and settled on both banks along the length of the river, starting right from Sadiya in the east, to Jorhat in the west. They continued their practice of living in thatched houses raised on bamboo stilts, known as chang ghars. It was a protection against floodwaters during the rainy season, although the original logic behind raised houses was protection from wild beasts. The yearly floods ensured that the Misings lived a life of abject poverty and misery.

Most Mishings follow both the Donyi-Polo and Hindu religions, but some Mishings also follow the Catholic or Baptist faith. The language of the Misings is known as Mishing language. Their chief festival is Ali-Aye-Ligang, held in the month of February, which celebrates the agricultural harvest. 

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Dekachang resort, bed and breakfast

Day 6

Full day on Majuli Island
Spend a full day exploring Majuli Island and The Missings. 

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Dekachang resort, bed and breakfast

Day 7

Drive from Majuli Island to Pasighat (Road Journey)

The journey from Roing to Dibrugarh should take approximately one and a half hours.

Pasighat is Arunachal’s oldest town, founded in 1911. It is referred to as the gateway to Arunachal Pradesh and is in an area of natural beauty, known for its many waterfalls, hanging bridges and mountain cliffs.

Later in the afternoon, visit the Adi tribal village.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Abor Country River Camp, bed and breakfast

Day 8

Day trip to Damro

Depart in the early morning and drive to Damro, a journey of around three hours. On arrival, hike from the longest hanging bridge in Arunachal Pradesh and visit Adi Padam Tribal village to learn about their unique Donyi-Polo culture.  

Built from traditional cane and bamboo, the bridge hangs across the Yamne River. Using canes and wires, it is held between suspension cables with a walkway made of halved bamboos for panelling used as protection. The use of these materials is also the mark of the local tribal culture. This 1,000 feet long suspension bridge is used by the tribal’s to reach the other end of the bridge for their daily activities and livelihood.

Return to Pasighat in the late afternoon.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Abor Country River Camp, bed and breakfast

Day 9

Drive from Pasighat to Roing (Road Journey)

The journey from Roing to Dibrugarh should take approximately one and a half hours.

Roing rises from the Himalayan foothills to the middle ranges with the highest point of Mayodia at a height of 2655 meters above sea level. Snow-capped peaks, turbulent rivers, mystic valleys and abundance of rich flora and fauna are a few attractions of the district.

This region is well known for its largest cover of thick green forest with almost 80% of the area being notified as reserved forest, wildlife sanctuaries or unclassified state forests. 

Idu Mishmi
Idu Mishmi is the main tribe inhabiting the Roing region, along with the Adi Padam tribe in the lower plain areas. The Idu Mishmi tribe is also known as Chulikatas (due to their traditional cropped hair). They build their thatched-roof houses on the slant of the hills or in the forest. Their dress is remarkable for the wealth and beauty of its design. Most of it is made by them from wood, partly from cotton and sometimes from nettle fibre. They also wear thick coats of black with a white pattern made of nettle fibre and human hair. 

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Wathai heritage bungalow, As specified

Day 10

Day excursion to Wakro via Empong Village

Depart for a full-day excursion to Wakro, a journey time of around three hours. Enroute visit Empong Village inhabited by the Khampti tribes and also visit the Golden Pagoda at Chowkham.

The Khampti Tribal Village at Empong is a beautiful village enriched by the fast-flowing Tengapai river inlet and surrounded by lush paddy fields. Tai Khamptis are a subgroup of the Shan race of Sagaing Division in northwestern Burma who migrated to India in the 18th Century, hence the Khampti possess East Asian features. They are followers of Theravada Buddhism and have adopted the script of Shan origin, known as Lik-Tai. Their houses are built on raised stilts with a thatched roof. Wooden planks are used for their flooring and split bamboo for the walls.

Visit the Golden Pagoda at Chowkham, a beautiful Buddhist Pagoda located near the Tengapani river footbridge.

The Mishmis
Wakro is known as the homeland of the Mishmis, one of the Mongoloid tribes of Tibeto-Burman origin. They speak their own dialect which varies from different groups. The Mishmi society is divided into numbers of sub-tribes such as Idu -Mismis, Digaru Mishmi, Miju Mishmi with more or less distinctive characters on its dresses among themselves. This tribe can be easily distinguished from others by their typical hairstyle. Mishmis are very rich in culture and may be termed as a festival loving people. They believe any day of the year is auspicious for a ceremony if provisions exist. 

Their dresses reflect the artistic taste and the cultural thinking of their society. The male dress of Miju and Digaru consists of a sleeveless black or maroon coloured cloth with ornamental borders and waistcloth with an embroidered flag in the front. They wear a headdress of woven cane. The women wear black skirts with coloured stripes reaching above the ankle and a beautifully embroidered bodice and a shawl. They also wear beautiful ornaments made of silver. The women keep themselves busy in weaving. The men are involved in making cane and bamboo products. 

In the afternoon, drive back to Roing.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Wathai heritage bungalow, As specified

Day 11

Morning visit to Dibru-Saikhowa National Park

Depart in the early morning to visit Dibru-Saikhowa National Park and Magori Bheel. Enjoy a boat ride on the Dibru River, looking out for birds and dolphins along the way. From here, take a short walk through the jungle.

Afterwards, visit Barekuri Village at Tinsukia where you will have the opportunity to interact with the local villagers and learn about their tradition and culture. 

Drive from Roing to Dibrugarh (Road Journey)

The journey from Roing to Dibrugarh should take approximately one and a half hours.

Assam's original tea city, Dibrugarh is the gateway to Eastern Arunachal Pradesh. Despite this, it has managed to retain some charm from its glory days and is still home to pretty tea gardens. The must-do experience is a stay in a colonial-era tea bungalow retreat and a tour through the rich tea gardens. Dibrugarh is located on the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River, the starting point of many river cruises.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Mancotta Chang Bungalow, bed and breakfast

Day 12

Dibrugarh to Mon
Depart Dibrugarh after breakfast and drive to Mon, a journey of around six hours on poor quality, dirt roads. Visit the village of the Konyaks, one of the main Naga tribes. They are easily recognisable from other Naga tribes by their pierced ears and tattoos which they have all over their faces, hands, chests, arms, and calves. They are known for their excellent wood carving, handicrafts and blacksmith skills.

Arrive into Mon in the late afternoon, where you will have the remainder of the day at leisure.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Teipha Cottage, bed and breakfast

Day 13

Visit Konyak Tribal Villages
In the morning you will go to the village of Lungwa, situated on the Myanmar border. Here you will visit the Chief's house. The chief has dozens of wives and his house is decorated with trophies of various animal skulls. Experience the traditions and hospitality of the Naga Konyak tribe. After lunch you can explore the surrounding villages.

Located near the Indo-Myanmar border, the remote district of Mon is reached by dust and gravel roads deep in the heart of Nagaland. Home of the Konyaks, one of the main Naga tribes, Mon was established as the central place for the coronation of Anghs (tribal chiefs). Although a long and arduous journey to reach this place, Mon has a raw, natural beauty untouched by modern life and is the best base from which to meet the descendants of the legendary head-hunters. Each year during the first week of April, the Aoling festival celebrates the start of spring with the local tribes congregating to eat, dance and worship. 

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Teipha Cottage, bed and breakfast

Day 14

Drive from Mon to Dibrugarh (Road Journey)

The journey from Roing to Dibrugarh should take approximately one and a half hours.

Dibrugarh to Mon
En-route to Dibrugarh, visit the Ahom monuments and temples at Sivasagar that encompass the 600-year-old history of the Ahom dynasty.

In Sivasagar, visit Shiva Dol and Shiva Sagar, a huge 125 acres water tank was built in Sibsagar by Queen Ambika in 1734AD. On its bank are three temples – Shivdol, the most important of three, attracts a large number of devotees on Shivaratri. 

From here, visit Rang Ghar, known as Asia's largest amphitheatre and the cultural playground of the Ahom Swargadeos or kings. It was constructed in 1746 during the reign of King Pramatta Singha. The king and his officers would sit in the auditorium and watch indigenous games like wrestling, birds' fight, buffalo fights and more. There is a beautiful park near the ancient royal auditorium which enhances its picturesque setting.

Lastly, visit Talatal Ghar at Sivasagar, a seven-storied building with four floors below the ground and three floors above the ground. It is an amazing palace for the Ahom Kings showcasing the exceptional architectural concept from the period of history in which it was built.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

You will be staying at Mancotta Chang Bungalow, bed and breakfast

Day 15

Dibrugarh departure
After breakfast, travel to a local tea estate for a tea tasting of different types of tea grown and produced in the region.

Gain an insight into the 160 years old heritage tea garden and learn all about tea, its origin, how it is grown and its quality. The estates come alive with teams of colourfully dressed tea pickers, predominantly ladies, who pluck the delicate buds and leaves. The harvest is taken every day to the factory where it undergoes an age-old process of being turned into the finished product. All stages of the process are carefully controlled to ensure that the product which leaves the factory is of the highest quality, a quality that has made Assam tea world famous.

Depart for the airport in the late afternoon where you will be transferred to connect with your onward flight.

Fly Dibrugarh to Delhi

Breakfast and lunch included.

You will be staying at Pride Plaza Hotel, bed and breakfast

Day 16

Day at leisure in Delhi

Delhi may be one of the world's largest metropolises, but architectural wonders - new and old - fill the city, hidden beneath Delhi's urban sprawl. Mughal treasures, including the Red Fort and Jama Masjid, are complemented by more recent additions to Delhi's architectural heritage, such as the stunning Lotus and Akshardham Temples. Meanwhile, contemporary Delhi thrives in Connaught Place, which with its colonially-designed buildings, is the most westernised part of the centre. Globalisation is in evidence, with brand names splashed across every storefront.

Destination Experts

Our experts have unrivalled firsthand knowledge of India

Joe Parkes, Travel Expert

"It was extremely helpful to work in conjunction with Joe and his much more up to date knowledge of India and arrive at an itinerary which we were happy with. We enjoyed the whole trip and probably what made it special for us was the fact that all the arrangements worked so well and we really didn’t have to worry about anything at all. Even when we decided to make a small change it was dealt with efficiently and promptly. We can't think of anything that would have made our trip more enjoyable."

"The service from start to finish has been excellent. Joe was very quick to respond to any queries and put together an excellent itinerary at short notice."

"A pleasure to deal with Joe. Efficient, helpful, knowledgeable and fun!"

Read More

Kate Hitchen, Travel Expert

"Kate was calm and bent over backwards to accommodate my jitters about going to Kashmir in the light of tighter FCO guidelines just a few days before our departure. She was absolutely correct in advising against what I thought we should do. Several times during the holiday we said that, 'Kate was dead right about that!'."

"We asked for a rather particular kind of Indian holiday. You delivered it in full. Highlights? Honestly, each day was a highlight in itself. "

Read More

For a more detailed itinerary with great ideas on what to do and where to stay, please get in touch with our experts.

Tour expert

Joe Parkes

Joe Parkes
Only sitting still when at work Joe is a keen runner, cyclist and open water swimmer in his free time. Travel has long been a passion and with over a decade arranging trips to the Indian Subcontinent Joe has travelled the length and breadth of the Indian Subcontinent – equally at home shinning up a coconut tree in Kerala as he is discussing the merits of his beloved Liverpool Football Club with a monk in Bhutan. When not travelling, or racing around in the outdoors, Joe loves spending time with his wife and little boy.

Despite having travelled to India on at least twelve separate occasions, Joe has spent very little time exploring the far north-east of India. A brief foray to Nagaland in 2018 inspired this pioneering journey through both Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh that promises to be a real adventure.
Enquire about this Expert Led tour:

Group Size:

Min 4 / Max 10

Tour Expert:

Joe Parkes

Departure Date (S):

  • 16th November 2020

Holiday Ideas in India

You are unique, so we believe your holiday should be too.

We listen to what you want and create a personalised itinerary tailored around you.

Your holiday. Your experience. Your way.

Can’t find what you’re looking for?

Call our Travel Experts on +01285 880 980
Start Your Journey


  • Established for over 25 years creating journeys across 100 destinations worldwide
  • Exclusive access to the best private guides


  • We negotiate the best rates with hotels and expert guides
  • Be protected from fluctuations in exchange rates


  • Each time you travel with us we donate £5 to a local charity in the UK and £10 to an international charity

Fully Protected

  • Your monies are financially protected
  • 24/7 Emergency UK contact whilst abroad

Featured in the Press

Financial Times
The Telegraph
Sunday Times logo

Our Partners

African Parks
Galapagos Conservation Trsut
Restless Development
Save The Rhino
Tusk Trust
World Land Trsut
Gorilla Doctors

© Steppes Travel, 51 Castle St, Cirencester, GL7 1QD, United Kingdom