Arunachal Pradesh, a veritable treasure house of nature, tucked away in the north eastern tip of India, invites you to relax in its picturesque hills and vales encircled on three sides by Bhutan, China and Myanmar. Come to Arunachal Pradesh to revel in nature in its full splendour. Enjoy the salubrious climate and meet its simple and hospitable people. Snowy mist, famous monasteries, unexplored passes and tranquil lakes come together to form some of the prettiest mountain spots in Arunachal Pradesh
More than 500 species of birds have been recorded to be found in this state, many of which are highly endangered and restricted to this state.
Apart of the eastern Himalayan range and situated in the north eastern tip of India bounded by Myanmar on its east, Bhutan on the west, China on the north and north east, Arunachal Pradesh is the largest state in the north east with evergreen forests covering more than 82 percent of the state.
It is inhabited by 26 major tribes & a number of sub-tribes and home to more than 500 varieties of Orchids.
As the snow covers the peaks of these mountains, flora and fauna display a state of calmness and freshness in the region. The crafty, yet traditional people of the state welcome one and all with a smile on their faces and love and warmth in their hearts.
As Arunachal Pradesh is nestled in the upper Himalayan range and because of the altitude, experiences a tundra or alpine weather patterns. Arunachal is an ideal summer vacation destination for families, solo travellers and even adventure seeking honeymooners. After summer in the hills, the monsoon season cools the land and nature is bountiful and beautiful. Though monsoon is short-lived, the overall region receives quite a bit of rainfall, close to 2,000 to 4,000 mm. Winter is the ideal time to visit Arunachal as the weather is cool and pleasant; just the perfect season to go for a sightseeing expedition.
Mar - Jun: Min: 10° C / Max: 31° C
Jul - Sep: Min: 19° C / Max: 34° C
Oct - Feb: Min: 4° C / Max: 18° C
Located at a height of about 3048m, is known for many important and beautiful monasteries and is famous for being the birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama, Tsangyang Gyatso.
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 the Tawang Monastery being the most popular one and extremely sacred for the Buddhists. Tawang is a place which 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.. Typical of an Indian city, the riverside city of Patna is also known for some palatable dishes - litti chokha being the king of all!
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.
With 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 into the arts and crafts popular in the area, as well as trekking and hiking complimented by the terrain. The proximity to the Himalayas can offer sights capable of casting spells on the viewer.