Arunachal Pradesh Tourism Places
Arunachal Pradesh Tourism, the 'Land of Dawn' is considered as the 'nature's treasure trove. The state lies in the foothills of the great Himalayas, thus contains lots of picturesque natural landscapes, lofty mountains, snow-clad peaks, deep verdant valleys, amazing falls, numerous streams, ebullient rivers, deep gorges, beautiful lakes, and lush green meadows. State's wide area is covered with densest forest where varied species of flora and fauna are found. The state owns several wildlife sanctuaries, and national parks where rare animals, birds and plants fascinate the visitor.
Tourism in Arunachal Pradesh is also famous for several adventurous sports like angling, boating, river rafting, trekking and hiking because of being a mountainous state. Arunachal Pradesh is a rich cultural state which culture usually attracts the attention of the visitors. The people's lifestyle, the music, dance and festival of the state and religious destinations are the center of attraction for visitors.
Arunachal Pradesh is a sensitive border state of India and required special permission for visiting here. Foreign visitors can visit only the authorized tourist places under any recognized tourist operator.
Here is a list of major Tourist destinations of Arunachal Pradesh:
Itanagar City Information
Itanagar is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh and a major tourist destination for visitors. Itanagar holds several places of interest including Ita fort, Rajbhawan (the official residence of Governor), legendary Ganga Lake, Nehru Museum, and Gyakar Sinyi Lake etc.
Tawang Tourist Destinations
Tawang is a prime tourist destination of Arunachal Pradesh, which own 400 years old monastery where the sixth Dalai Lama was born. The Tawang Monastery also holds gold lettered copies of sacred Buddhist script. Tawang have some beautiful landscape scenes, snow-capped mountains and alpine forests lush with oak, pine and rhododendron trees that fascinate the heart of the visitors.
Visiting Places of Changlang Arunachal India
A small visiting places of Arunachal Pradesh, Changlang has two major tourist attractions - Namdampa National Park and Old Cemetryr etc.
Trip to Bomdila
The scenic view from Tezpur to Bomdila is mesmerizing. You can view the apple orchards, the snow-capped mountains, terraced paddy fields, waterfalls etc. in the way. In Bomdila, you can see the "Craft Centre" while it (Bomdila) houses India's largest monastery. Bomdila monastery is situated at a height of about 8000 ft. above the sea level from where one can enjoy the marvelous scenes and snow-clad mountains of the Himalayan Range.
Lohit Sightseeing Tour
The Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh is famous for some incredible tourist attractions including Parasuram Kund or Brahma Kund, Buddha-Vihar, Dong, Glow Lake, Bhismak Nagar, Hawa Camp, District Museum and Craft Center. Moreover, you can view a magnificent scene of the belt of evergreen trees, many rivers, low-altitude hills, rivulets and snow-capped mountains etc.
Tututing Attractions in Arunachal India
Tututing have some amazing and virgin beauties that attract thousands of visitors here.
Major Tourism Places of Arunachal Pradesh
Visit to Parasuram Kund
Situated at the Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh in the lower reaches of Lohit river, Parasuram kund is a famous Hindu pilgrimage where numerous devotees come here for participating in the Parasuram Kund fair held in every January.
Malinithan is a temple ruined lies at the foot of the Siang hills under the Likabali sub-division of West Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh. Every year thousands of pilgrims visit for worshipping.
Tourism in Ziro is a picturesque valley lies to the north of Itanagar. It is a major tourist attraction because of several picturesque scenes of pine covered mountains, high altitude fish farm, pine bamboo groves, villages, indigenous method of rice cultivation and craft centre etc.
Visit to Pasighat
Pasighat is the oldest town of Arunachal Pradesh, lies on the East Siang district. This is the favorite place of the visitors, as it houses Dr. D. Ering Wildlife Sanctuary, villages, and emporium etc. In the Wildlife sanctuary, you can watch wild buffalos, tigers, samber deer and wild ducks and several other rare species. Pasighat is also favorite for adventurous sports like river rafting, boating, angling, trekking and hiking. The Bhramhaputra Darshan, festival has become a bi-annual fest.
Arunachal Pradesh has several national parks and wild life sanctuaries that are the must visit sites in the state. These are:
Namdhapa National Park (Tiger Project) Tirap Miao, Mouling National Park East Siang Jengging, Sessa Orchid Sanctuary West Kameng Tipi, Dihang-Debang Biosphere Reserve Dibang Valley, Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, Itanagar Wild life Sanctuary, Dr. D. Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary, Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary Lohit Miao, Eagle Nest Wildlife Sanctuary East Kameng Seijosa, Kane Wildlife Sanctuary West Siang Along.
Other Tourist Places to Visit in Arunachal Pradesh:
Dirang, Tipi, Bhalukpong, Tezu, Bhismaknagar, Akashiganga, Daporijo, Sessa, Sela Pass, Nurannang, Jaswant Garh, Gekar Sinyi, Menga Cave, Destinations, Aalo and Likabali etc.
How to Reach Arunachal Pradesh ?
Arunachal Pradesh is a hilly state and uneasy to access. Entering Arunchal Pradesh without authorized pass is also prohibited. If you have the authorized tourist pass you can reach here by three means - By Air, By Train and By Road.
How to Reach Arunachal Pradesh by Air: Arunachal Pradesh has no airport but the nearest airport Lilabari (North Lakhimpur) Tezpur, Assam is well connected to Netaji Subhash Chabdra Bose International Airport Kolkata. You can take some few low cost airlines to reach Arunachal Pradesh.
How to Reach Arunachal Pradesh by Train: The nearest railway station is Harmuty (Assam), which is only 33 km from Itanagar. North Lakhimpur in Assam is the most convenient railhead.
How to Reaching Arunachal Pradesh by Road: Arunachal Pradesh is well connected by Bus. The nearest bus station is Naharlagun bus station that is only 10 km from Itanagar. The Naharlagun bus station is well connected to other important places like Shillong, Guwahati, Ziro, North Lakhimpur and Bomdila.
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