Arunachal Pradesh tourism: The north eastern state of India, Arunachal Pradesh is a charming delight that you must afford to visit. The state has been naturally gifted with hills, lakes, rich wildlife, unspoilt rivers and valleys. This place is best suited for the adventure lovers as the gushing rivers like Siang and Lohit offers you to experience river kayaking and rafting. Beside water activities it also gives you chances to enjoy trekking as well as biking. Other than this there is rich treasure of cultural diversities, monasteries, wildlife and offers delicious cuisine with comfortable place to stay. Altogether the place has everything that you need to fulfil the desires of your heart.
The most top destination of the palace is Tawang with pristine landscape and traditional Buddhist monasteries. The famous tourist attraction of Tawang is Narunang Waterfall and Madhuri Lake. Another major attraction situated at a distance of forty kilometres from Tawang is Dirang. Spotted with Apple orchids and kiwi and an ancient fort at the top of the hill, Dirang is a place for nature lovers. If you want to know and explore all about trekking then Bomdila is a perfect place for you. The capital of the state, Itanagar is home to architectural grandeur, Ita Fort, many museums, parks and lakes. Apart from cultural diversities, there are wildlife sanctuaries too, like Pakhui and Namdapha where several species of animals, reptiles and birds are found. Here is a short description of popular spots to make your holiday a memorable one.
This wildlife sanctuary in the capital of the state is bordered with Pachin in the south, River Pam in the east, and Chingke stream in the north. Animal species like tigers, elephants, leopards and dear could be spotted here. Wild range flora and fauna is seen here that attracts tourists from far and near. The best time to visit the sanctuary is from October to April. Naharlagun is the nearest railway station to the forest, take state buses or cabs to reach there.
This waterfall is also known as Jang falls is situated at a distance of 40 kilometres from the town of Tawang. This is the most powerful and stunning waterfall in the state with an elevation of 6000 feet. The main originating place of the falls is Sella Pass and after forming the Nuranang waterfalls it meets with the river Tawang. You can enjoy the mesmerizing view of the falls while on the way to Tawang. You can also have a look at the nearby Hydel power station. Bus services are available at regular intervals from Tawang to reach the waterfall.
This is one of the most famous lakes in the city of Tawang with majestic views and wonderful surroundings. It is situated at a distance of 17 kilometres from Tawang. The lake has different views in different seasons. In summer it is covered by blue lapis flowers and in winter a layer of snow could be seen over the lake. The best to visit is the summer season as this is the time when you can enjoy nature at the most and the temperature is also not so high. The moving clouds and the colourful birds add up to the charm of the lake.
Various packages are offered by the state agency ‘Arunachal tour package’. This exotic visit to Arunachal is for eight nights and nine days. You need to enquire and make the booking process complete before visiting there. This package starts from the southern boundary of Arunachal, which is Assam and after visiting the above mentioned places, get back to Guwahati. The places covered would be Kaziranga National Park( elephant and jeep safari), boat ride on the Jia Bhoroli river, trekking and hiking in Dirang Valley and then to Tawang via Sella Pass. Visiting Tawang would make your lust for Arunachal fulfilled.
There are cities in Arunachal Pradesh that offers budget hotels for you to stay. There are huge numbers of accommodation options staring from circuit houses to home stays. Towns like Tawang, Itanagar, Bomdila, Aalo has suitable budget hotels to fit you. You can find more options of forest lodges and guest houses in the secluded locations.
A separate state of Telangana was established in the year 2013, and it was brought into effect on June 2014.
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