Arunachal – “The Land of Dawn-lit Mountains”
Early riser Arunachal, the land of rising sun, is the remotest and one of the loveliest regions of India. The most scantily populated state in entire North East India. It’s very isolation has been a blessing in many ways. It is for this reason that Arunachal with its capital Itanagar is such unique holiday destination. Its haunting beauty has a magical charm that lures the visitor to imbibe of its natural beauty, tribal culture, traditions and wild life.
Arunachal shares borderlines with China (Tibet) in the north, Myanmar in the east, Bhutan in the west and the states of Nagaland and Assam in the south.
Largest of all north eastern states Arunachal is blessed with a very pleasing climate- perfect for holidays anytime of the year. Almost 80 percent of the state is under forest cover, which varies from subtropical to the alpine in the upper region of north west where its border with the Himalayan Ranges.
Arunachal’s serried peaks running from north to south are interspersed with rich valleys in whose hidden folds live her ancient tribes in their picturesque villages.
Nearest Airport- Lilabari Airport in North Lakhimpur is only 60 Km from the capital city Itanagar.
Nearest Railway station: Harmuti in Assam
Documents required to enter Arunachal- Inner line permits for Indians and Protected Area Permits for foreigners.
Best time to visit – Throughout the year.
Main attraction – Tawang Monastery, Sella Pass, Bumla Pass, Ita Fort, Machuka Village and many more.