Located at a height of about 3048m, is known for many important and beautiful monasteries and is famous as the birthplace of Dalai Lama.
The beautiful town of Tawang, also pronounced as Dawang has many sceneries to make your trip a picturesque one. However, what begins to define the area is its significance for Buddhist monks. Tawang is the place to go for monasteries, with them being the most popular one and extremely sacred for the Buddhists. Tawang is a place that will flatter you with its natural beauty wrapped in the scent of spirituality. The beautiful orchid sanctuary and the Tipi Orchid Sanctuary is also an ideal place for your list of places to visit. Along with this one can have their taste buds to have an experience of Tawang by indulging in the area’s unique cuisine.
The cradle to a unique tribal group and a balmy climate, Ziro is the peace seeker’s paradise. Ziro is a quaint old town in Arunachal Pradesh, home to the Apa Tani tribe and famous for its pine hills and rice fields.
Ziro is a quaint old town in Arunachal Pradesh, home to the Apa Tani tribe and famous for its pine hills and rice fields. The climate in Ziro is mild throughout the year, making it comfortable to travel all year round.
Apart from being the nature lover’s paradise, Bhalukpong can provide you a complete experience with wildlife and a host of activities complimenting its natural beauty and the environment of a place lesser-known
The Kameng River running in the forest surrounding it makes the town even more attractive. In Bhalukpong you’ll find yourself making the most of hiking, trekking, camping, and fishing. The Pakhui game sanctuary can be visited to see birds as exotic as the place itself, along with tigers, elephants, barking dear and more
The snow-peaked mountains, deep gorges, turbulent rivers cascading down the hills, numerous waterfalls, placid lakes, archaeological sites, peace and fun-loving hospitable people and above all the heavenly climate make Roing one of the most attractive destinations for tourists.
Natural heaven with mountains and lakes, it is one of the most exciting places in Arunachal Pradesh. This town won’t let anybody down. It has many beautiful lakes and gorges for nature lovers. The Bhishmaknagar fort and Nehru Udyan add historical significance to the place. Mayudia pass, however, steals the limelight with snow coverage for the most part of the year
With the snow-capped, the Himalayas towering on the northern end and the fertile Brahmaputra river plains on the southern, Itanagar is a natural paradise.
Recently opened to tourists by the government, the heritage and tribal culture of the city, which is decades and centuries old, is still intact. The 15th-century Ita-Fort, legendary Ganga Lake which is locally known as Gyakar Sinyi and the Buddha Vihar, consecrated by Dalai Lama are among the most important attractions here. The amicable weather throughout the year makes it a tourist’s delight. The town of Yupia shares its attractions with Itanagar. Hence, the two can be covered simultaneously.
Anini is where the clouds come down the kiss the land. With much of its beauty peeking from behind the misty air, this unexplored town is the place to visit for pristine calmness.
Lying in the beautiful Dibang Valley district, Anini is marked by pleasant weather and immense natural beauty, making it a tourist’s paradise, appearing from the clouds. Its silence, beauty, and magic is almost untouched and can relax you to the very core. A popular tourist spot nearby is the Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary. While in Anini, one may want to visit the tribal villages here and experience their subtle heritage and colorful cultures. Some of the tribal villages here are New Anaya, Hunli Ranli and a few more
With the majestic Himalayas bestowing their shadow, the beautiful town of Bomdila will offer you all an area in this terrain should.
Other than sceneries and views making the area a visual treat for the eyes, wrapped around in a cool breeze and pleasant climate, the area will offer you a number of spots such as temples and wildlife sanctuaries. Both Buddhist and Hindu temples are to be found here. Some of the other places to be visited include a number apple orchards and The Eagle Nest Wildlife Sanctuary, which is just a little away. The visitors can also indulge in the arts and crafts popular in the area, as well as trekking and hiking complemented by the terrain. The proximity to the Himalayas can offer sights capable of casting spells on the viewer
Home to river Brahmaputra which transcends down from Tibet, this place is a photographer’s delight for comprising abundant sceneries of nature.
Pasighat is known as the ‘Gateway of Arunachal Pradesh’ and is pure heaven for nature lovers. If you looking for an adrenaline rush, then this is also a great place for you as adventure activities like white river rafting, boating, and angling (similar to fishing) will certainly set you rolling here. A unique blend of peace and adventure is what makes this place a must-visit. Pasighat was founded in 1911 A. D. by the British as a gateway to administrative convenience of the greater Abor Hills and the north area in general. Primarily there were settlements of Pasi and Minyong communities who are still living in the villages in and around Pasighat. However, this place still has the beauty and the culture intact and it hasn’t lost its charm as commercial tourism is yet to reach here
Covered with many pretty plantations and famous for its Mechuka Valley, Along is a beautiful town that glows with natural beauty.
Along will offer you a quiet, pristine and refreshing experience with simple and subtle tourist spots including the widespread plantations and Mechuka Valley essentially defining the area, cross-breeding farms such as the Mithun and Jersey Cross Breeding Farm, the Hanging bridge made of cane and bamboo over river Siang, tribal villages such as Tapi and Dark, etc. Other attractions here include the Ramakrishna Ashram, Karki Hydropower Dam as well as activities such as trekking, river rafting, etc
Tirap never fails to enchant its tourists with gushing rivulets, green and vibrant orchids and the freshness in air which heals the restless mind. Another spectacular attribute of this place is the ethnicity of tribals and their festivals, fairs and flawless artworks that are created with intense dedication.
Tirap district is located on the southeastern part of Arunachal Pradesh and is spread across 2363 square kilometers of area. It shares its boundaries with Nagaland in Assam and Myanmar. There is jewelry made from beads and there are headgears, elephant tusks and several other artifacts that mark its uniqueness. Tirap is a treasure for eco lovers and adventure enthusiast as they indulge in trekking, camping, and whatnot, in the lap of nature far beyond artificial cities
Paddy Fields, rainforests with bamboo trees along with beautiful Subansiri River flowing along with the town, Daporijo is a small town on the way from Ziro to Along.
Daporijo is a scenic town situated 600 meters above the sea level in the upper Subansiri district of the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh. Daporijo is typically a good town to stopover on the route of Along to Ziro for a break, otherwise, the town does not have much to offer to its tourists. The town is known for its varied ethnic cultures succinct in one place. River Subansiri ( a tributary of Brahmaputra ) gives a panoramic view flowing in the immediate vicinity of the town. This is a home of people of different tribes like Tagin, Galo, Hilmiri, etc. one of the oldest being Mishmi, which are believed to have existed since the Mahabharata era. Varied tribes in one place enrich the town that also celebrates many local festivals. Bamboo handicrafts or colorful costumes are some special take-ups away things from this place.
Khonsa is the headquarters of the Tripa district in Arunachal Pradesh and is located in the Tirap Valley surrounded by Himalayan ranges. Streams, deep gorges, dense forests, and snow-clad hills are some of the features which describe the terrain in Khonsa.
At an average elevation of about 1,215 m from sea level, Khonsa is a beautiful little hill-station with natural beauty all around it. Bordering Myanmar in the east and Assam in the south, Khonsa is also an important military area in the North-East. Khonsa’s beauty lies in most of the natural surroundings, however, one could also enjoy a visit to the to have a glance at the traditional tribal artifacts. Kheti And Lajo Village, located nearby are some of the tribal villages which one should visit to get a glimpse of the lives and cultures of tribal people. One could also visit Namdapha National Park, located in Arunachal Pradesh (around 166 km from Khonsa) for a wildlife tour. If interested in experiencing Tibetan culture, one should visit Miao which is located around 154 km from Khonsa in the district as it was a Tibetan Refugee settlement area
Changlang District shares an international boundary with Myanmar (Burma) and is best known for its bio-diversity and scenic beauty and a unique culture that makes it stand out from the nearby areas.
Changlang has a subtle uniqueness in its attitude, nature, and environment, hinting towards an exotic and distinct identity. What it shares, however with the rest of the state are lush green surroundings, pleasant environment, and picturesque sceneries. One can visit the Namdampa National Park and enjoy the natures blessings to the area
Linking is the headquarter of the Upper Siang district, gets its name from River Siang that flows beside this district. This region is known for its diverse and colorful ethnicity where people live with love and celebrate festivals with zeal.
Ponting, Roja, and Broh are some of the famous dance forms of the region which have been inhabited mainly by four tribes, Adi, Khamba, Mishmis, and Memba. Adventure lovers come here to indulge in hiking, trekking, mountaineering, angling, fishing, rafting, camping and everything else that enlivens their soul. Besides the culture, and a lively atmosphere, the place is known for its spectacular panorama, where there are dense forests and millions of birds with vibrant feathers chirping the excellent melodies and mumbling of rivers flowing here and there
Anjaw is a small offbeat town amidst enormous greenery, gleaming waterfalls, beautiful river streams, pine forests, and a thousand other spectacular things.
Anjaw is not a much-developed tourist destination, but due to its natural surroundings and greenery, it is a place where one can find solitude away from the noise of the cities. Anjaw in Arunachal Pradesh is a newly born district after its split from the Lohit district in 2004. River Lohit, a tributary of Brahmaputra flows by this city which situated 1296 meters above sea level and is the easternmost district of India; just 20 Km away from the India – China border. People who visit this place not only appreciate the beauty of nature, weather, and ethnicity but also indulge in adventure sports activities