Explore Arunachal Pradesh

The land of Arunachal Pradesh is enriched with archaeological monuments, pristine rivers, and gurgling waterfalls. The place offers to bask in the serene environment and explore the region deeply. The rich biodiversity, flavorful culture, and rich hospitality of the local people make this region one of the most visited tourist destinations in India.

How To Reach

By Air : Itanagar Airport, Tezpur Airport, and Guwahati Airport serve the airway network to reach Arunachal Pradesh.

By Road : The Trans-Arunachal Highway passes through the state, connecting various destinations of the mountain state.

By Rail : Gumto, Naharlagun, and Bhalukpong are the three railway stations by which you can enter Arunachal Pradesh.

Best Time To Visit

People love to visit Arunachal Pradesh throughout the year. Here is a monthly break-up of seasons for you:

Summer : The average temperature during summer (from March to June) in Arunachal Pradesh ranges between 24°C to 16°C.

Monsoon : The period between July to September constitutes the monsoon season in Arunachal Pradesh. The average temperature ranges between 22°C to 12°C.

Winter : The months of October to February constitute the winter season in Arunachal Pradesh. The average temperature ranges between 4°C to 32°C.

Fascinating Places To Visit

Dong Village
Dong Village

Dong is a small picturesque village that offers a view of the snow-capped mountains and beautiful pine forests. You can witness the stunning view of the sunrise from this village. The village is connected by an iron-floored foot suspension bridge constructed over the River Lohit. The Dong Valley is extremely beautiful, and it radiates divine peace.

Kibithoo Img Credit : Arif Siddiqui on wikimedia

Kibithoo, perched at 1305 meters on the right bank of River Lohit, is an excellent tourist destination. The sweet fragrance of flowers spreading over the valley, cascading waterfalls, wild raspberries, and pine forests on the hilly slopes adorn the place gracefully. Tall, Blue Mountains and pleasant, cool climate add charm to the place.

Tawang Img Credit : Arpandhar on wikimedia

If you are looking for an escape somewhere into the hilly abode, then Tawang is a perfect location. It is situated amidst the mighty valley at an altitude of 3048 meters. The quaint hill is renowned for its spiritual significance, picturesque landscapes, and waterfalls. From the mesmerizing Gudpi ranges to Madhuri Lake, the sightseeing spots in Tawang offer you plenty of choices. Tawang also shelters many glacial lakes with crystal blue waters. Spend your ideal vacation in this place rich in offerings.

Taking Village
Taking Village

This quaint hamlet, situated near the Indo-China border in the Upper Subansiri district, was once a sacred site. It boasts of its sightseeing, lush greeneries, snow-capped mountain ranges, pristine lakes, and waterfalls. Tibetans believed this place to be a tantric charnel ground where certain Drukpa lamas had once meditated. It is one of the unexplored places in Arunachal Pradesh. Visit this place to discover the hidden mystery.

Sessa Orchid wildlife sanctuary
Sessa Orchid wildlife sanctuary

Located in the Himalayan foothills in Bhalukpong, this area is under protection. The visitor can enjoy this natural orchid habitat while trekking. There are more than 200 orchid species, including five new endemic species. The sanctuary has seven unique endemic species of saprotrophic orchids.

Miao Img Credit : Rohit Naniwadekar on wikimedia

Miao is rich in vegetation and tall forests, and the refreshing climate makes it one of the popular tourist destinations in Arunachal Pradesh. It is also the place nearest to the road that leads to Myanmar. The region encompasses plenty of hill villages. The locals here are known for their warmth and friendliness. Anyone visiting this place surely falls in love and return home with some cherishing memories.

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