Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh

Bomdila:

  • Bomdila is located at the height of more than 8500 Ft. above the sea level in the north eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, India. Bomdila in Arunachal Pradesh is a smaller than usual heaven, trapped by the hills of Himalayan ranges with its apple plantations, Buddhist gomphas and a magnificent landscape of the Kameng Valley. There are additionally some beautiful view of Himalayan scenes and snow wrapped mountains. Bomdila is a perfect place for trekking and climbing and an amazing place to retreat ourselves from harsh summers. Bomdila can be explored via vehicles. Three religious communities accommodates here: Upper Gompa, Middle Gompa and Lower Gompa. The Lower Gompa is at the start of the Bazaar Line. Past the Bazaar, the street turns out to be bit hard, making the path towards Middle Gompa, significantly situated on the substance of a slope and are noticeable from miles away. The Upper Gompa lies up over the street from the Bazaar.
Bomdila
Bomdila

Itanagar:

  • Place that is known for Dawn-lit Mountains’ Itanagar which is also a capital of Arunachal Pradesh has a rich blend of archaeological locales and establishments of incredible social noteworthiness.The capital of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar is a well planned town together with the town of Naharlagun, located around 10 km away from it. Supported between two slopes, the Governor’s living arrangement on one and a Buddhist temple on the other, tells a lot of the new structures in Itanagar. Blessed by the Dalai Lama, the Buddhist temple, a lovely yellow-roofed holy place also fulfills the nature lover’s fantasy.Also a paradise for travelers and trek lovers, it is a green heaven with its alluring trekking trails and explorers from all over India and parts of the world. Apart from such alluring place do experiment with the dishes made with meat, bamboo shoots and Yak cheddar.
Itanagar
Itanagar

Khonsa:

  • A minor hill station in a valley surrounded by the Himalayas, Khonsa,is also a headquarter of Tirap in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. Outskirts of Myanmar in the east and Assam in the south is created during the British Rule in India. It is a military territory set apart by Assam Rifles and CR-PF forces and little station set up by the Koi-hai (activists) can be seen here. Surrounded by thick forests and bordered by slopes, Khonsa is a back to nature goal. Forests of Khonsa have wild creatures from Tigers, Leopards, Jackals, Wild pigs, Bears, Barking deer, Red Panda, Musk Deer, Mithun and various types of Rodents. One can discover White gibbon monkeys swinging from branch to branch at Khonsa. An ideal place for each one of the individuals who cherish experience, Khonsa offers a thrilling treks through thick woods. Favored with various uncommon types of orchids, during April.
Khonsa
Khonsa

Tawang :

  • Tawang is 3,048m above the sea level, located at the north-west of Arunachal Pradesh and has the headquarters for Tawang District famous for the birth of 6th Dalai Lama, Nagwang Lobsang Gyatso. Tawang is a home to the biggest Buddhist Monastery in India and is a journey goal for Tibetan Buddhists. Tawang Travel Guide covers all the essential parts including climate points of interest, spots to see, shopping, convenience and how to reach there.
Tawang
Tawang

Ziro:

  • Ziro lies 1500m above the sea level, and is one of the most ancient town in Arunachal Pradesh located 167 km away from Itanagar, is a delightful plateau and the headquarters of Lower Subansiri District. The place has awe-inspiring scene of lovely lavish green forest, rivulets and hoisted patches. It is well known for paddy-cum-pisci culture farming. The zone is prestigious for the paddy fields where a unique kind of poly-culture and water management is followed by the locals. Fundamentally occupied by the Apatani people, the town wears a happy look during the fair celebrated by the Apatani individuals.
Ziro
Ziro

Roing:

  • Headquarter of Lower Dibang Valley in Arunachal Pradesh by the side of the delightful Dibang River, Roing attracts tourism which draws the attention of nature sweethearts, travelers, social buildings and history fans alike. The place has dazzling vacation spots including happy lakes, snow topped mountains, old archaeological locales, and quiet gardens that leaves great impression on each guests for their whole lives.North is hilly whereas south is plain. The region is mixed-up with various streams, waterways and rivulets.
Roing
Roing

Map of Arunachal Pradesh