Welcome to Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh is the eastern most state of Northeast India and that of entire India. Arunachal Pradesh has been sharing international boundaries with Bhutan, China, Burma and Myanmar. The meaning of Arunachal Pradesh itself replicates the beauty it has in its store. Arunachal Pradesh means “Land of Dawn – Lit mountains”. Further, Arunachal Pradesh is also known as “Orchid State of India” and “Paradise of the Botanists”. The state has truly justified the name of the state. The state attained statehood from Union Territory in 1987. Enriched with rich natural beauties, the state captivates wide range of visitors by its abundant flora, fauna, snowy lakes, beautiful streams, artifacts, and above all the panoramic landscapes of Himalayas. Though the state is lacking in infrastructure yet the nature lovers never misses a chance to visit the places of Arunachal Pradesh in the pretext of one reason or the other.

 

The state has large number of tribes i.e. 101 tribes making it the most diversified state in Asia. Peoples from different religions like Christianity, Hinduism, Donyi-Polo, Tibetan Buddhism, Islam, Sikh, Jain etc. live in the state in peace and harmony, exemplifying a perfect blend of brotherhood.

 

The state has much less population in comparison to other Indian states, yet they use more than 12 languages to interact. Some of these languages are Nyishi, Adi, Bengali, Nepali, Hindi, Assamese, Monpa, Wancho, Tangsa, Mishmi, Mishing, Nocte etc.

 

For smooth functioning of the state, the state have been divided into nineteen districts viz. Anjaw, Changlong, East Kameng, East Siang, Kra Daadi, Kurung Kumey, Lohit, Longding, Lower Dibang Valley, Lower Subansiri, Namsai, Papum Pare, Tawang, Tirap, Upper Siang, Upper Subansiri, West Kameng, West Siang & Siang.

 

If Arunachal Pradesh finds a place in your itinerary then never forget to arrange Inner Line Permit which can be obtained from any of the following locations.

 

  • Foreign Visitors : All foreign tourists are required to obtain Protected Area Permit (PAP) from All Missions abroad, All Foreigners Regional Registration Officers (FRRO) at Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chief Immigration Officer, Chennai, Home Ministry, Govt. of India and Home Commissioner, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar.

 

  • Indian Visitors : Applicants are requested to keep handy any of these documents like Pan Card or Driving License or Passport or Voter Id alongwith Passport photograph. Indian visitors can obtain ILP online at http://arunachalilp.com. Online applicants may scan these documents to their actual size in *.jpg or *.png format with a size between 10 -40 Kb to upload. Indian citizens can also obtain ILP from offices listed here.

 

 Some of the locations, in Arunachal Pradesh, that truly thrills and offers avenues for visitors to open up are.

Indicative Distance Chart of Arunachal Pradesh.

Indicative Destination Map of Arunachal Pradesh

Along, also known as Aalo, is the headquarter of West Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh with some enchanting place for visitors. It is situated near Assam’s border with rivers flowing through them. Apart from its natural beauty, the attraction of Along is Kane Wildlife Sanctuary, which is situated here, a habitat of large numbers of wild animals, orchids and birds. Another major attraction of Along is the Hanging Bridge on River Siang which is made of cane and bamboo. One can test his/her physical and mental ability by involving with trekking and river rafting at Along.

Meghna Cave Temple

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Located at a height of 300 feet in West Kameng District, Meghna Cave Temple was carved out nearly 5000 years back and was rediscovered in 1962. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva who is worshipped here as Lakulish (28th incarnation of Lord Shiva). The temple has its reference in Sanskrit scripture Kali Purna. The ...

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A small town bordered by Pakuhi Wildlife Sanctuary on one side and valley of Kameng river on the other side is in West Kameng District at a height of 213 meters above sea level. Mesmerizing beauty of nature clubbed with avenues for exciting fun filled activities like trekking, river rafting, fish angling etc. makes this place a life time experience. The place becomes more important for tourist as this is one of the place where Inner line permit can be obtained to visit Arunachal Pradesh. Some of the places of interest near Bhalukpong are Pakuhi Wildlife Sanctuary, Bhalukpong fort, Tipi etc.

Sessa Orchid Sanctuary

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The right place to rejuvenate you within yourself. The exotic colours and fragrance of nearly 610 species of flowers makes this place awesome. Located in West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh at a distance of about 32 Km from Bhalukpong, this sanctuary sprawls over an area of 100 Sq. Km, and has topography of hills ...

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Tipi Orchadarium

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Located in west bank of river Kameng at a distance of about 8 Km from Bhalukpong in West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh, this orchadarium is the third largest orchadrium in Asia. The orchadrium sprawls over an area of nearly 10 hectares of flat land and is equipped with all ancillary establishments like Orchid clan ...

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Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary or Pakke Tiger Reserve

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Declared as Wildlife Sanctuary in 1977, Pakuhi Wildlife Sanctuary lies in the foothills of Eastern Himalayas in West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh and was renamed as Pakke Tiger Reserve in 2002. Sprawling over an area of nearly 862 Sq. Km with plethora of species of flora and fauna, the sanctuary houses nearly 600 species ...

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Bhalukpong Fort

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Bhalukpong historical fort was constructed in and around 10th century by King Bhaluka on the bank of the river Bharali. The remnants of works of King Bhaluka and his grandson Bana are still preserved here alongwith the remnants of the ruined fort, other brick structures which reflects the glory of bygone centuries.

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To the delight of nature lovers and Photographers, Bomdilla facilitates spectacular view of snow clad mountain ranges, lush green forest ornamented with wide range of orchids and other flora and fauna. This place is one of the best place for those who are eager to have a closer view of nature’s creation. Some of the places of interest in Bomdila are Upper Gompa, Lower Gompa, Middle Gompa, Apple Orchard, Bomdila view point, R. R. hill etc.

Sela Pass

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There is a myth that the exotic pass was named after a woman Sela who committed suicide after she saw her love Jasawant Singh Rawat dead fighting alone for three consecutive days against the Chinese Army in 1962. The exotic pass is on the way to Tawang from Dirang by Chariduar – Tawang road, at ...

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Rupa

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A historic place at a distance of about 14 Km from Bomdilla, Rupa is located on a small hilltop and is surrounded by river viz. Dinik, Ziding and Doblo. The place finds strong reference in Sino – Indian war of 1962 and to King Tsongtsen Gambo of Tibet dating back to 7th century B.C. The ...

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Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary

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Located in West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh at a distance of about 50 Km from Bomdilla, the sanctuary is on the foothills of Himalayan range. This sanctuary has been home to over 600 species of bird and is one of the topmost destination in the world for bird lovers. The ascending sanctuary contains all ...

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Bomdila Monastery

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Located at a distance of about 4 Km from Bomdilla, this monastery was built in the year 1965 resembling Tsonga Gonste Monastery of South Tibet. The Lamas of the monastery follows Mahayana School of Buddhism and disseminates knowledge on tradition, practices of tantrayana and other religious subjects.

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Apple Orchard

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Located at a distance of about 7 Km from Bomdila, nature’s beautiful garden “the apple orchard” is sprawling over a few thousand hectares. During winter season the huge apple trees are ornamented with juicy apples which is mouth watering for every visitor.

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Bomdila View Point

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The enchanting beauty of West Kameng valley including that of Nechipu Pass can be viewed from this view point. Bomdila view point, at a distance of 2 Km from Bomdilla, also provides an exotic view of ranges of snow clad mountains.

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R R Hill

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The highest point of Bomdila at a distance of about 3 Km from Bomdilla facilitates you to view the whole of Bomdila. The R R Hill also lets the viewers to have glimpse of intricate design of thrilling roads through hilly terrain leading to Tawang and to Bhutan.

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World War II Cemetery

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Also known as Jairampur Cemetery, World War II Cemetery is located in Jairampur on the bank of the river Namchik of Changlang District of Arunachal Pradesh. The location was discovered in 1997 and can be located along the historical Ledo road (Stillwell Road) leading towards Pangsau Pass via Nampong. This is one of the places ...

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Ranglum

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Ranglum finds a place in the history in context to World War II. This is the site where debris of two crashed aircraft during World War II can be seen. For those who loves adventure and trekking, this place offers them an avenue to quench their thirst. From this location, Mynmar territory can be well ...

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Jongpho Hate

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This is a religious place. The presence of “Shiva Linga” since time immemorial has been the centre of attraction. Local people called this unique sculpture of “Shiva Linga” as “Tangjong” or “Tangyong”. The village is still not in the road map. To reach the place one needs to make an hour of trekking from Sumlam ...

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Dhemaji is not within geographical jurisdiction of Arunachal Pradesh but it caters to visiting many sites of Arunachal Pradesh.

Gerukamukh

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Located at a distance of about 44 Km from Dhemaji, the site is accessible by motorable roads. Subansiri, one of the largest tributary of mighty Brahmaputra touches the plains of Assam from hills of Arunachal Pradesh at Gerukamukh in the midst of thick green forest making a panoramic view of the nature’s beauty. An ideal ...

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Maa Manipuri Than

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Constructed by Ahom King Gaurinath Singha in recognition to the help of Manipuries in evading Mua-Mariah renaissance during the period of Ahom reign. The site is located at a distance of about 25 Km from Dhemaji in the midst of serene beauty of nature.

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Kane Wildlife Sanctuary

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The wildlife sanctuary is located in West Siang district. Like all other Wildlife Sanctuary of Arunachal Pradesh, this is another Wildlife Sanctuary with plethora of species of flora and fauna sprawling over an area of nearly 55 Sq. Km. Kane wild life sanctuary can be visited on the way from Tezpur, in Assam, to Tawang ...

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Akashiganga

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To cool down emotionally hurt Lord Shiva, Lord Bishnu with his “Sudarshan Chakra” cut the corpse of Goddesses Parvati into pieces and it is believed that a piece of her body fell at this location making the place sacred. As such, the place is considered as one of the 108 Shakti Sthals in India. There ...

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Malinithan

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Malinithan is an archaeological and mythological site where ruins of temple of probably medieval India can be found. The place has reference in marriage of Lord Krishna with Rukmini who went on to meet Goddess Parvati to beg her blessings at this location after marriage. As such Malinithan is considered as a sacred place and ...

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A small hill station on the bank of the river Kameng is surrounded by Himalaya’s snow clad mountains, plethora of streams, deep gorges, flora and fauna clubbed with mesmerizing beauty of nature that makes this place awesome for nature lovers. Within the Dirang valley itself, there are few more places of interest. National Research Centre on Yak near Yewang Basti, the Regional Apple Nursery and Progeny Orchard at Rungkung, Orchid centre at Jyotinagar, Kalchakra and Palyul Changchub Dhargyeling Nyingma Monastries which can also be visited.

Sela Pass

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There is a myth that the exotic pass was named after a woman Sela who committed suicide after she saw her love Jasawant Singh Rawat dead fighting alone for three consecutive days against the Chinese Army in 1962. The exotic pass is on the way to Tawang from Dirang by Chariduar – Tawang road, at ...

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Sela Lake

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The lake is alongside the Sela Pass. The matchless beauty of this lake receives accolades from nature lovers. Protected by mountains, the lake has its own charm. During winter, the beauty of the lake gets enhanced by manifold with snow giving up the soothing touch with bordering mountains in the backdrop. The panoramic lake is ...

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Dirang Valley

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A small hill station on the bank of the river Kameng, at a distance of about 7 Km from Dirang, the Valley is surrounded by Himalaya’s snow clad mountains, plethora of streams, deep gorges, flora and fauna clubbed with mesmerizing beauty of nature that makes this place awesome for nature lovers. Within the Dirang valley ...

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Dirang Dzong

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Inhabited by peoples belonging to Monpa Tribe, the houses here are a major attraction to the tourists as these were built in 17th century to ward off invasion by the neighbouring states. These houses were used as jail during Vietnam war and was used as shelter during world war. Some of these houses are even ...

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Sangti Valley

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An unexplored location, Sangti Valley at a distance of about 7 Km from Dirang is surrounded by Eastern Himalayas offering perfect vacational experience to the visitors. The location has pleasant weather throughout the year with light snowfall during winter months clubbed with fruit orchards, hill rivers, culture and tradition of the locality makes this place ...

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National Research Centre on Yak

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Yak, the wonderful animal is found in Himalayan Ranges. In India, Yaks are mostly found in Sikkim and Arunachal. Yaks are domesticated primarily for its milk, fibre, meat and as beast of burden. Churpi is one of its milk products. They are often used to transport goods across mountain passes by local farmers. To conserve ...

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Ita Fort

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Located in the heart of capital city, Itanagar of Arunachal Pradesh, Ita Fort is a fort made of bricks. The fort is irregular in shape which was built in 14th – 15th century using nearly 80 lakhs bricks. A place worthy to visit owing to its archeological importance. It is also believed that capital city ...

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Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary

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Sprawling over an area of 140.30 Sq. Km, this sanctuary is a home to wide range of flora and fauna. Major portion of the sanctuary is filled with different breeds of bamboo and other trees like Khokan, Aman, Pooma, Sopa, Makrisal, Hingori etc. The sanctuary also houses wide range of wild grass. The entire sanctuary ...

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Polo Park

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This is a place for those who cannot adventure the glimpse of different types of beautifully blooming wild flowers, for one reason or the other, in the dense forests of Arunachal Pradesh. To the delight of nature lovers, authorities have put in their best endeavours to keep a collection of all such wild flowers within ...

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Gompa

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Located on the hilltop at a distance of 4 Km from Itanagar, Gompa is a beautiful viewpoint that facilitates viewers to have glimpse of breath taking view of Itanagar town. Gompa is enriched with the presence of Gompa Buddhist Temple (Kyong Theraveda) which have been declared consecrated by Dalai Lama. The carvings and the architecture ...

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Khonsa

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A Hill station in Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh is a perfect blend of natural beauty. The charm of the location gets enhanced with the snowcapped mountains, deep Georges, streams all around.

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Miao is located on the bank of the river Noa – Dihing in the mountain range called Patkai Bum. Chowkham in Miao is a famous village for production of Plywood. Blessed with beauty of nature, Miao is home to Tibetan Refugees. Some of the places of interest in Miao are Mini zoo, forest museum, wildlife library and Choephelling Tibetan refugee camp.

Namdapha National Park

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The third largest national park in India sprawling over an area of 1985.23 Sq. Km, Namdapha National Park is located at a distance of about 26 Km from Miao. The sanctuary captivates plethora of species of flora and fauna. In context to ranges of flora, it is summed up that a botanist would require a ...

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Choephelling Tibetan Settlement

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Located at a distance of about 4 Km from Miao, Cheophelling Tibetan Settlement has become home to nearly 1500 refugees in 1975. Free movement of foreigners is not permitted in this settlement. It is worthy to see them rejuvenating their new life. These peoples have started to practice profession and produce cotton, woolen carpets and ...

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World War II Cemetery

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Also known as Jairampur Cemetery, World War II Cemetery is located in Jairampur on the bank of the river Namchik of Changlang District of Arunachal Pradesh. The location was discovered in 1997 and can be located along the historical Ledo road (Stillwell Road) leading towards Pangsau Pass via Nampong. This is one of the places ...

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Located 153 meters above sea level, Pasighat has been used as a gateway to erstwhile Abor Hills (now Arunachal Pradesh). The mighty river Brahmaputra emerging from Tibet flows through Pasighat in the name of Siang heading for plains of Assam. Pasighat is a place to enjoy the adventurous sporting activities. Some of the places of interest in and around Pasighat are Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary and Pangin.

Daying Ering Memorial Wild Life Sanctuary

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The erstwhile Lali Wildlife Sanctuary was renamed to DEWS in 1986. DEWS is sprawling over an area of nearly 190 Sq. Km thus facilitating the habitation of wide range of species of flora and fauna. Located in East Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh and is at a distance of about 13 Km from Pasighat, DEWS ...

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Some of the Archeological sites in Roing are Rukmini Nati, Ita pukhuri, Padum pukhuri, Kampona pond, Kanying Nat, Brick well, Chidu-Chimiri fort, Ganesha Image, Bongel Yapgo etc.

Mehao Lake

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Situated at an altitude of nearly 3000 ft., Mehao Lake can be mapped within Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary in Roing District of Arunachal Pradesh at a distance of about 14 Km from Roing. The location covered with dense forest is one of the most unexplored destination for which trekkers can plan to make a visit at ...

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Mayudia

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Located at a distance of about 56 Km from Roing and at a height of approximately 8000 ft above mean sea level, Mayaudia is a place to explore the nature’s artwork. Onset of winter makes the place more charming with the snowfall putting snowy carpet over the lush green surrounding and the spectacular valley. The ...

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Bhismaknagar Fort

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A sacred heritage of Idu Mishimi tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. This is one of the oldest archeological site in Arunachal Pradesh. The site located at a distance of about 30 Km from Roing can also be called as Mythological site as Bhismaknagar finds reference in Bhagawad Gita and Mahabharata. The fort sprawls over an area ...

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Hunli

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Located above 5000 feet along the Mcmohan line. Blessed with nature’s beauty, the village is also famous for Kupunil temple and is at a distance of about 90 Km from Roing.

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Rukmini Nati

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Also know as Chamiri Fort is in the heart of Chamiri village at a distance of about 12 Km from Roing. Excavations conducted in 1972-73 reveals structure of two rooms measuring 10m x 10m x 12m and the fort dates back to approximately 14th – 15th Century. It is also believed that the fort was ...

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Ithli Village

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The Ithli village, at a distance of about 12 Km from Roing, is famous for two historical ponds viz. Ita pukhuri and Padum pukhuri. The Ita pukhuri measures about 57m x 57m while Padum pukhuri measures about 60 m x 60 m. Though historic, yet evidence of use of brick on the banks in those ...

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Nijomaghat

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Constructed in 19th Century by British and named after British Political Officer J. F. Needham. Nijomaghat, at a distance of about 15 Km from Roing, served as an entrance to the hills for the Britishers. Nestled with lush greenery, spectacular mountains and the beautiful river makes the place worth visiting. The current of flowing river ...

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Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary

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Declared in 1980, Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Lower Dibang Valley District of Arunachal Pradesh at a distance of about 17 Km from Roing. Sprawling over an area of 282 Square Kilometer, this wildlife sanctuary is a home to many species of wild animals including leopard cat, spotted linsang, Asiatic wild dog, Common otter, ...

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Iphi Pani Ghat

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Located at a distance of about 10 Km from Roing, Iphi Pani Ghat is an exotic place to have glimpse of spectacular beauty of Dibang river and the Valley. The place one can use to quench their thirst for fishing and angling.

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Anini

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Located nearly 1968 meters above sea level, Anini is the Headquarter of Dibang Valley District. Anini is located mostly on a miniature plateau between river Dri and Mathun, both of which are tributaries of mighty river Brahmaputra. Anini captivates owing to its beautiful landscapes and pleasant weather condition as the small town remains foggy throughout ...

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Inhabited mostly by Monpa peoples, this district is one of the least populated district in India. Tawang captivates every visitor with its enchanting scenic beauties. Located above 10000 ft (approx) from mean sea level, Tawang is equipped with beautiful natural lakes, famous monasteries and other popular locations which make this place unique in itself. The monastery in Tawang is largest in India while second largest in Asia.

Tawang Monastery

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The Tawang monastery is one of the oldest monastery in the world. The monastery is also known as “Tawang Galdan Namgye Lhatse” depicting its eternal meaning. Established by Merak Lama Lodre Gyasto in 1680-81 is the largest monastery in India while second largest in Asia. The monastery is located alongside the river Tawang amidst inexplicable ...

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Bumla Pass

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An exotic place with wilderness and adventure. This place has historic importance in context to Chinese aggression of 1962. The place is perfect for the ones who love adventure and trekking but is suitable for visitors only during May to October. This place is one of the four places of India where Border Personnel Meeting ...

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Taktsang Gompa

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Unbelievable serene beauties of coniferous forest with lofty mountains adding to beauty of nature makes this place a must visit location for all lovers of nature and landscape. The enchanting scenic view from this location is spectacular. The Gompa is located at a distance of about 50 Km from Tawang.

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Shonga Tser Lake

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A creation of nature and is the consequence of earthquake in 1971 which was till then a cattle grazing field for the locals. The lake, located at a distance of about 42 Km from Tawang, is bounded by beautiful snow capped mountains that enhances the beauty of this lake to a greater extent. A few ...

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Bap Teng Kang Waterfalls

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A waterfall of nearly 100 ft height is located amidst lush greenery. The waterfall is also known as BTK Water fall and is located at a distance of about 80 Km from Tawang. A place of importance for all tourist lovers.

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Jaswant Garh

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Good deeds are always recognized which is even judiciously more when the good deed is in context to saving your motherland. One of such daring and truly patriotic Indian Army man, Jaswant Singh Rawat sacrificed his life while successfully fighting alone for three consecutive days against invading Chinese troops in 1962. He was posthumously awarded ...

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A small town, Tezu is the Headquarter of Lohit District at a height of 185 meters above sea level. Tezu captivates tourists with stunning natural beauties offering the visitors a peace of mind that soothes all your mental agony. Most of the inhabitants in Tezu belongs to Mishimi Tribe which finds reference in Mahabharata. A must visit site for all to spend some time for self with family away from technocratic world.

Parasuram Kunda

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The awesome beauty of the site would definitely soothe ones mental agony. The blue waters of river Lohit make the landscape even more pleasing. Located in the Kamlang Forest Reserve on the bank of the river Lohit, at a distance of 21 Km from Tezu, Parasuram Kunda is surrounded by dense forest having mostly Rudraksh ...

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Hawa Camp

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One can visit Hawa Camp to have panoramic glance of the Lohit valley at a distance of 33 Km from Tezu. Visitors make their visit to have wonderful view of sunrise and sunset from this awesome location.

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Glow Lake

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Holy Glow Lake is a beautiful picturesque located in dense forests which is nearly 20 Km from Wakro in Lohit District of Arunachal Pradesh. The site can be reached by trekking through thick forests of Arunachal Pradesh. Located nearly 1500 m above mean sea level, this lake covers an area of approximately 4.5 – 5 ...

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Chaglagam

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A village with exotic natural beauty at a height of 1240 meters above mean sea level. This village has been in the news for quite some time due to some freaky incidents. However, thanks to bold and defiant deeds of soldiers of Indian Army who have successfully neutralized them. The place is located on the ...

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Rich in biodiversity, Walong is also famous for its War memories. The memorial was constructed in remembrance of the Indian soldiers who sacrificed their lives during Sino-Indian war in 1962. Located at a height of 1094 meters from mean sea level in Anjaw District of Arunachal Pradesh, Walong is also famous for bamboos. Beauty and importance of Walong is further enhanced by presence of Namti valley, Helmet Top and Hawai.

Dong

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A small village rich in scenic natural beauty is located nearly 1240 meters above mean sea level. It is situated at the confluence of river Lohit and Sati which is also rendezvous of India, China and Mynmar. Walong in eastern part Arunachal Pradesh is one of the motorable place while Dong can be reached by ...

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Also known as Apatani plateau, Ziro is located about 1500 m above mean sea level. The site has been declared as World Heritage Site for its amazing beauty. Home to nearly 50000 people who mostly belongs to Apatani Tribe, Ziro has number of hillocks with lust paddy fields on their foot. Apart from its natural beauty Ziro has few places of interest like Kile Pakho, Pine Groove, Midey, Ziro Putu, Dolo Mando, Paapu, Tarim Fish Farm, Paddy and Fish cultivation, Bamboo groove, Tally life Sanctuary, Dilo Polyang – Manii Polyang, Shiva Lingam at Kaedo Forest, Ranganadi Hydel Project (NNEPCO) at Yazali. Some of the important festivals celebrated in Ziro are Myoko Festival, Murung Festival, Dree Festival etc.

Kile Pakho

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A ridge which gives exotic view of snow range of Himalayas called Nyime Pembu is located at a distance of about 7 Km from Ziro.

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Pine Groove

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At a distance of about 3 Km from Ziro, enjoy the nature’s rare creation that needs no elucidate explanation.

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Midey

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Famous for gigantic SAT-NII PIISHA and SAMENII, a blue pine tree. The biggest of them measures about 7 meters at GBH (Girth at Breast Height). Just make it convenient to travel 8 Km from Ziro.

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Ziro Putu

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Located at a distance of about 8 Km from Ziro, Ziro Putu is also called as Army Putu, one can have the mesmerizing view of Ziro Plateau.

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Paapu

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First administrative centre established before independence in 1944-45 by Mr. F. Elmendorf, Anthropologist as a Special Officer appointed by British Administration. The heritage centre can be visited from Ziro.

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Tarin fish Farm

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For those who have inquisitiveness to know more about high altitude fish farming then this is the right place. Just at a driving distance of about 4 Km from Ziro.

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Shivalingam at Kardo Forest

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As stated in section nine of Chapter 17 of Shivapurana, 1893 Edition, it is now believed that the tallest Shivalingam has appeared at this location at a distance of about 4 Km from Ziro. In addition, images of Goddesses Parvati and Lord Ganesha can also be seen here. Pilgrims can make a worthy visit to ...

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Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

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Sprawling over an area of 337 Sq. Km, this sanctuary, located at a distance of 32 Km from Ziro, is another home to number of endangered species. Shortlisted for UNESCO World Heritage Site, Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Ziro of Arunachal Pradesh, is surrounded by silver fir trees, ferns, orchids, bamboo and rhododendron which ...

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Meghna Cave Temple

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Located at a height of 300 feet in West Kameng District, Meghna Cave Temple was carved out nearly 5000 years back and was rediscovered in 1962. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva who is worshipped here as Lakulish (28th incarnation of Lord Shiva). The temple has its reference in Sanskrit scripture Kali Purna. The ...

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