Arunachal Pradesh

Attractive Tourist Places

If you are seeking to step into a world of extraordinary beauty and discover experiences found nowhere else on earth, Arunachal Pradesh is the place for you. Encompassing extensive geographical diversity with a variety of rare wildlife, flora and fauna, Arunachal Pradesh is now gaining acclaim worldwide as one of the richest biodiversity and heritage spots. It is the only Indian state that can claim to have four major varieties of the big cats in its jungles- tiger, leopard, clouded leopard and snow leopard. In this incredibly beautiful state, more than 500 species of birds have been recorded, many of which are highly endangered and restricted to this state. One of Asia’s largest Orchidarium is in Arunachal Pradesh and almost every district of Arunachal Pradesh has its own exclusive and rare variety of orchids.

Tawang

Tawang

Tawang, the birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama. Home to the Monpa tribe, Tawang shares its border with Tibet in the north, Bhutan in the south-west and the Sela range in the east. Tawang Monastery is also popularly known as Galden Namgey Lhatse, which means celestial paradise.

Bomdila

Bomdila

Bomdila is renowned for its Buddhist monasteries and apple orchards. This small town is famous for Buddhist Gompas and the magnificent view of the Kameng Valley. The view of clouds gathering at the top of the Nechipu Pass can be easily seen from the highest point of this place. The area is also home to the Kangto and Gorichan peaks, which are considered as the highest peaks in Arunachal Pradesh.

Dirang

Dirang

Dirang is located on a picturesque valley in between Bomdilla and Tawang and weather is much milder & comfortable, a constant wind blows along the river valley making it a very pleasant place to stay. The spectacular natural view of Dirang surely makes the visitors spell bound. Tourists are always free to squeeze the abundant beauty of nature. The high peaks and mountains of Dirang are irresistible for mountaineers and trekkers.

Tenga Valley

Tenga Valley

Tenga valley is a small town situated in a valley of the Eastern Himalayas in Arunachal Pradesh. It is an important landmark for those traveling to Tawang in the Western end of Arunachal Pradesh. This small town, which also doubles up as an important army check post is blessed with some splendid Himalayan vistas.

Anini

Anini

A popular tourist destination, Anini remains covered with fog and mist throughout the year. Located in the middle of Dibang River and Mathun River, Anini is mainly a miniature plateau. Other notable places to visit around the destination include Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary and Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary. The township of Anini is untouched by the hustle and bustle of cities and is situated along the tribal hamlets that provide an opportunity to explore the tribal culture.

Ziro

Ziro

Ziro is a quaint old town in Arunachal Pradesh, home to the Apa Tani tribe and famous for its pine hills and rice fields. There is a famous Shiva Lingam at a few kilometres from Ziro. During the agriculture season, tourists can witness the paddy (rice) cum fish culture which is the practice of rearing fish in the rice fields. The Ziro Putu is a hillock from where one can see the entire Ziro valley. Tourists keen on trekking can explore the Talle Valley, an area full of biodiversity. The flora and fauna here range from sub-tropical forests to silver fir trees, as well as a variety of ferns, bamboo, orchids and rhododendrons.

Along

Along

Located at an altitude of 300 m above sea level, Along is the headquarters of the West Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh. The idyllic town lies nestled in a picturesque valley, surrounded by lofty mountains and the beautiful rivers of Sipu and Siyom. Situated at a distance of 150 kms from Likabali, among rolling hills dotted with green squares of plantations, its crisp and unpolluted air makes it one of the most perfect health resorts of India and an ideal getaway in the hot months of summer.

Namdapha

Namdapha

Namdapha National Park is the largest protected area in the Eastern Himalayan sub-region located in between the Dapha bum range of the Mishmi Hills and the Patkai range. Along with the primary forest, the park has an extensive bamboo and secondary forests. Due to the characteristics of the region, diverse species of animals and birds can be seen in the park. A diversity of mammals can be spotted such as Eurasian Otters, Asiatic Small Bears, Wolves, Dholes, Clouded Leopards, Tigers, Red Foxes, Red Pandas, Fishing Cats and Musk Deer. There are at least 500 species of birds in Namdapha, including global rarities like Snowy-throated Babbler, White-Bellied Heron, Rufous-necked Hornbill and Ward’s Trogon. Various tribes have been thriving in this area including the Lisu, Singpho and Tangsa tribes.

Changlang

Changlang

Known for its rich biodiversity and scenic beauty, Changlang is a popular tourist destination. The population of Changlang District consists of Tutsa, Tangsa, Nocte, Singpho and the Lisu tribes along with Deoris, Tibetans and Chakma and Hajong refugees. Rivers like Noa-Dehing, Namchik, Tirap, Namphuk, Dapha, Namphai, Tissu, Tarit, Tara, Tikeng and Tiging are the water resources of the region, most of which eventually merge with River Buri-Dihing. The hilly areas and mountain slopes of Changlang are covered by alpine, temperate and subtropical forests. The upper reaches of Changlang are covered in thick foliage of rhododendron, oak, pine, maple, fir, juniper, sal and teak. The highlight of Changlang tourism is the Namdapha National Park.

Yingkiong

Yingkiong

Yingkiong a beautiful town is known for its natural beauty, situated along the left bank of the River Siang. Yingkiong is inhabited by four main tribes namely, Adi, Khamba, Mishmis and Memba. Owing to the different beliefs of different tribes, the district presents a diverse culture, which is prominent in their dances, dresses and festivals celebrated. Ponung, Roja and Broh Dance are some of the prominent dances of the region. Apart from its rich culture, the town of Yingkiong is flocked by tourists for its famous Mouling National Park.

Pakke Tiger Reserve

Pakke Tiger Reserve

The 26th Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger of the National Tiger Conservation Authority. The jungle was declared as reserve on April 23, 2002. Pakke Tiger Reserve lies in the foothills of Eastern Himalayas in the East Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. Reserve is covered of 862 sq kms. Best time to visit Reserve is between October to April. Carrying a local Guide is beneficial during the tour. Several unit of accommodation facilities with modern amenities were available here. Activities are like Trekking, jeep safari, bird watching, village trek & much more.

Sela Pass

Sela Pass

Situated at around 13, 680 feet height is the high altitude mountain pass in Tawang District of Arunachal Pradesh. Very close to the Pass is the beautiful Sela Lake (sometimes called Paradise Lake because of its beauty), which could be fully or partially frozen in winter. Snow covered the area round the year & it is 78 kms away from Tawang city. Some small rivers also flow out of the lake and during grazing season, yaks grazing around the lake.

Jaswantgarh War Memorial

Jaswantgarh War Memorial

21 kms from Sela Pass towards Tawang. In the year 1962 War- Sino-Indian Conflict saw the 4th Battalion in the midst of heavy fighting in Tawang, Jang and Nuranang. This great son of the soil who had immortalized himself by virtue of his excellent deed of bravado by fighting brilliantly, unceasingly, unflinchingly for 72 hrs continuously. – A SALUTE & TRIBUTE TO “JASWANT SINGH”. Also we can visit Manjushree Vidhyapith – the only home for orphans’ in Tawang.

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Capital:

Itanagar.


Coordinates:

27.0600° N, 93.3700° E


Climate/Weather:

The climate of Arunachal Pradesh varies with elevation. Areas that are at a very high elevation in the Upper Himalaya close to the Tibetan border have an alpine or tundra climate. Below the Upper Himalayas are the Middle Himalayas, where people experience a temperate climate. Areas at the sub-Himalayan and sea-level elevation generally experience humid, sub-tropical climate with hot summers and mild winters.
Summers 18° to 40° C. Winters -10°to 25 °C


Local language:

Assamese Language, Hindi Language.


Government:

Government of Arunachal Prades.


Area:

83,743 sq. km.


Destinations in Arunachal Prades:

  • Along
  • Anini
  • Bomdila
  • Changlang
  • Daporijo
  • Itanagar
  • Khonsa
  • Namdapha
  • Pasighat
  • Roing
  • Tawang
  • Yingkiong
  • Ziro