10 Places To Visit In Arunachal Pradesh For A Memorable Vacation

Arunachal Pradesh is the land of mountains. Since it is located in the eastern part of India not many people used to visit the place. However, with time people have realized that this place has a lot to offer to tourists. It has waterfalls, lakes, mountain tops and greenery all around that simply enthralls the visitors. Hence, the growing popularity of this tourist destination.

When you are planning to book Arunachal Pradesh Tour packages, ensure that it contains the important tourist destinations that one must not miss out on.

Places To Visit In Arunachal Pradesh

Bomdila:  This is another famous summer destination amongst tourists. This place is located at a height of 8000 square feet above sea level and makes it an ideal summer get away. Bomdila is a great place to relax and unwind with nature all around you. You can go for long strolls on paths that overlook the Himalayan range. If you are lucky, then you can spot clear view of Kangto and Gorichen Peaks. This place also has a monastery that is filled with art and craft and sight by itself. It also has a Sessa Orchid sanctuary where one can see more than 2600 kinds of orchids.

Ziro: This is a must for all those who love to trek. This place is located on a plateau and is considered to be one of the most scenic hill stations in this eastern region. This place has a lot to offer to tourists – Kardo hill, Talley wild life sanctuary, Shiva Lingam on Kardo hills and so on.

Itanagar: This is probably one of the most popular hill stations in Arunachal Pradesh. This is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh and is located at 350 m above sea level. Once here, you can take a look at the Ita Fort that is immersed in history. The famous Ganga Lake is also located here. Apart from that, if you want to delve further into history, then it also has a Jawaharlal Nehru Museum where there are loads of artifacts to look around.

Pasighat: This is located near to Itanagar within 300 KMs. It is one if the oldest places in Arunachal Pradesh and is famous for the snow-covered mountain range and the Siang river. The Siang River has loads of water sports to enjoy and also offers river rafting. The Daying Ering wild life sanctuary is also located here and is famous for its wild life.

Roing: if you want to go for a romantic tour then you must visit Roing. This is an absolutely scenic place that is located next to Dibang River. This place has many beautiful natural forests that are ready for exploring.

Bhalukpong: This is located at around 57 km from the main Tezpur town. This place has been mentioned in Mahabharata also. It is located next to the Kameng River and is a favorite destination for picnic and day out.

Namdapha National park: This Park is located at an altitude making it the highest conserved area. This is famous for animals like clouded leopards, small Asiatic bears, red pandas, fishing cats and many more.

Tuting: This place is famous for all adventure lovers and is a great place to spend time with the nature around. It has various tracks for trekking that one can try for adventure.

Tawang: If you are addicted to history, then this is the perfect place for you. The Tawang region is located amidst the Gudpi and Chong Chugmi regions. The Tawang Chu River is known to flow through the place. It has a famous monastery located that is almost 110 feet long and more than 80 feet wide. The monastery is beautifully decorated and has a golden statue of Lord Buddha which stands tall at 28 feet high. The best time to visit this region is in May. Also, once here, do not forget to take a look at the Madhuri Lake, Nuranang Falls and Urgelling Gompa. So, if you like adventure and history then ensure that you have opted for the Tawang tour packages.

Aalo: This place is located near Itanagar. It is great place to relax and walk around. It has a Bagra village to discover and a Ramakrishna Mission camp to relax.

These are the top 10 places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh that you must include in your Arunachal Pradesh holiday package.

You may also like...

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *