Arunachal Pradesh is located in northeastern India and is known for its natural beauty. Thousands of tourists visit this place every year. It is surrounded by India’s three neighbors – Bhutan, China and Myanmar, and is a sparsely populated country.
Who wouldn’t want to go to a place with a pleasant climate, hospitable people, snow-capped places, some world famous monasteries, calm lakes, picturesque Himalayas and foothills after the hard life of a densely populated city?
Famous Tourist Attractions in Arunachal Pradesh:-
As the Buddhist Monitoring Centre and the headquarters of the Tawang District, it is the land of the centuries-old monastery. The Rocky Mountains, hundreds of lakes, snow-capped peaks, dragon gates and numerous waterfalls are where the real beauty lies.
It can also be called the treasure of Arunachal Pradesh.
Tawang Monastery is the second largest monastery in Asia with 17 gumphas (Buddhist monasteries) with a history of 400 years. Tawang, the land of the Monpa and Sherdukpen tribes, where Tibetan influence is widespread. The famous Torgva festival takes place here from December to January. According to the Buddhist calendar, the eleventh month of Monpa is called Dawa Chukchipah.
There is an 8-meter-high Buddha statue. Even though it was a wonderful view, there were prayer flags flying outside.
The second highest mountain pass in the world, Sierra Pass is located on the way to Tawang. At 4,125 meters, it crosses a small ridge along a calm lake called Paradise Lake? It is the highest mountain pass in Arunachal Pradesh and the third highest mountain pass in the world.
Pakang Teng Tso Lake, a peaceful lake about 17 kilometers from Tawang, has an amazing vegetation landscape.
Tsangyang Gyatso’s birthplace, Urglin Monastery and the sixth Dalai Lama’s mother, Momba, are all located 5 kilometers away from Tawang.
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This place offers stunning views of snow-capped mountains, wild orchids, Himalayan landscapes and stunning waterfalls. Located at 8,500 feet above sea level at the Cicamoun District Headquarters. Bomdila Monastery is a replica of Tsona Gontse Monastery in Tibet. Bomdila Monastery also happens to be called Gentse Gaden Rabgyel Ling Monastery, built by Tsona Gontse Rinpoche. In addition, there is the Ethnographic Museum. Tibet and Buddhism have been strongly influenced for many centuries.
Dirang, located between Bomdila and Tawang. Apple orchards, yak farms are its famous places.
A few kilometers from Dijang hot springs, people go to bathe there to wash away sins and diseases.
Tipi is the largest orchid in Asia. Surrounded by evergreen forests, there are more than 500 species of orchids. The Orchid Centre is located on the banks of the Bharali River. Hot springs, a large orchid garden are the gems of this place.
The Jabalali River passes by on its way to Bundira and is the gateway to Arunachal Pradesh from the southwest.
Bhalukpong is a beautiful picnic spot at the foot of Mount Akha, 64 kilometers from Tezpur. And is the capital of Bhaluka, grandson of King Bana.
The land of Mount Dawn is the capital of the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh. It is located east of Tawang and complements the 14th-15th century AD city of Mayapur, a modern settlement very close to the ruins of the medieval capital. It is administratively attached to the Papum Pare district. However, Itanagar can be called a mini India where people from all over the country live in harmony. Regular helicopter service from Guwahati to Naharlagun (Itanagar). Travellers from all over the country come to this place to explore its natural beauty.
Naharlagun, known as the Twin Cities of Itanagar, is 10 km from Itanagar. It consists of a zoo, a craft center and a polo park.
It is surrounded by pine-covered mountains and is home to the Apatani tribe. It has been the most popular town on the World Heritage site for many years. It is approximately 167 km from Itanagar. The fresh breeze, the pine and bamboo forests, and the home-grown rice cultivation method make people feel relaxed and happy. This place also happens to be an anthropologist’s paradise.
Tully Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is a natural botanical garden. The reserve consists of many exotic orchids. It is home to the wild gol (Mithun) shy animal hybrid. Tarin Fishing Farm is a high-altitude fishing seed farm in Tarin, known for its rice fields and fish farming.
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It is located at the confluence of two rivers, Sippi and Subansiri, and is the largest village. A bit crowded, but what you see here are bridges made of bamboo and rattan by locals and locals.
6. Aalo used to be along:
Along the way you can see the historic Marinitan Temple. The legendary Mingshi Ganges, one can witness the Brahmaputra and its tributaries from here. Crossbreed farms in Mitton and Kamki in Jersey can be seen.
Located on the right bank of Xiang River (the name of Brahmaputra River in Arunachal Pradesh), it is the headquarters of Dongxiang District. Dr. D. Ering Wildlife Sanctuary, wild buffalo, tiger, sambar and mallard is a must-see. The Brahmaputra Jiangdashan Festival has become a biennial festival.
The wildlife we see in this state is not seen anywhere in India. Animals such as red pandas, Himalayan black bears and gorillas. Birds such as the White-winged Wood Duck, Bengal Floriken, Temmincks Tragopan, Mishmi Wren and Sclater’s Monal. can be seen here. The state is very rich in flora and fauna.
Dr. D. Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary, Pasighat
Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary, Roing
Seijosa Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary
Eagle’s Nest Wildlife Sanctuary, Seijosa
Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary, Naharagon
Miao Ganlang Wildlife Sanctuary
Cairn Wildlife Sanctuary, along
Nandapa National Park (Tiger Project), Hmong
Cessa Orchid Reserve, tip
Mill Ridge National Park, Jenging
Dihang-Debang Biosphere Reserve
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Adventurous people must experience these:
Rafting on the Brahmaputra is considered one of the most rafting rivers in the world. This river brings amazing, exciting and unforgettable rafting adventures to Northeast India. The Zangbo River flows through the eastern side of Tibet and through the Great Himalayas.
Suban Sari River Rafting The Suban Sari River is also known as the “Golden River”. This river is the largest tributary of the Brahmaputra.
Rafting on the Carmon River: This river was known as the Bareilly River before it was renamed the Carmon River. This is one of the most challenging rivers for river rafting in India.
Travelers should try these authentic foods: Momo is minced pork and onions stuffed into dough, which is then steamed or deep-fried in a three-tiered steamer. Thupka is a soup with noodles, minced meat and vegetables, also known as Der Thuk. Zan is the staple food of the Monpa tribe, Khura is the pancake, Gyapa Khazi
Arunachal Pradesh is the safest state in northeastern India. People in Arunachal Pradesh are not very religious. They are very friendly and always ready to help you.