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Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh - Places of Interest, Attractions and Hotels

The stunningly beautiful state of Arunachal Pradesh is located at the foothills of the mighty Himalayas in the north eastern tip of India. It is the first place to meet the rising sun in the country and is a potpourri of scenic mountain peaks, gorgeous rivers, lush valleys and dense forests. World-wide tourists visit here for enjoying its wide ranging attractions such as Buddhist Monasteries, Arts & Crafts, Festivals, Tribes & Cultures, Wildlife and Adventure. Arunachal Pradesh is indeed one of the best travel and tourism destinations in India.

Places of Interest in Arunachal Pradesh

Itanagar – The capital of the state is also known as "Land of the Dawn-lit Mountains". It features attractions like Ita Fort, Buddhist Temple, Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum, Itanagar Sanctuary, Polo Park and Ganga Lake.

Tawang – It is a world-renowned hill station, home to a 400 year old Buddhist Monastery and offers attractions like scenic views of snow capped Himalayas, hiking & trekking opportunities, deep valleys, lakes and waterfalls.

Bomdila – Home to numerous Monasteries, Bomdila features attractions such as Ethnographic Museum, scenic views of Himalayan Mountains, apple orchards, wild orchids, forests and cascading waterfalls.

Ziro – Offers its visitors with attractions like picturesque valley surrounded with pine covered mountains, high altitude fish farm, Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, craft centers and much more.

Top Tourist Attractions in Arunachal Pradesh:

Art & Craft: The beautiful handicrafts of Arunachal Pradesh including painted wooden vessels, silver articles, exotic carpets, cane and bamboo hats, baskets, mugs and carvings, shawls, jackets and scarves, along with multicolored beads ornaments and ivory work are renowned throughout the world.

Wildlife: The Wildlife Sanctuaries & National Parks in Arunachal Pradesh are home to wide variety of flora and fauna including tiger, leopard, clouded leopard and snow leopard. Endangered wildlife species like Mishmi, Hoolock Gibbon, Musk Deer, Hisbid Hare and Flying Squirrel along with more than 500 species of rare and exotic birds are also found here.

Festivals: There are more than 26 major tribes in the state with Adi, Galo, Aka, Apatani, Nyishi, Tagins, Bori and Bokar being the major ones. They follow their distinct traditions, culture and festivals. The music and dance associated with these festivals reflect the culture, artistry and skills of the tribes.

Getting Around Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh is well connected by air, rail and road from the rest of India and within. There are wide ranging accommodation options, hotels and inns in Arunachal Pradesh that offer world-class facilities and luxuries. Indian tourists require an Inner Line Permit from the Arunachal Government office at Delhi or Itanagar while foreign tourists require a Restricted Area Permit to visit the state. The permit is valid for a maximum stay of 10 days for a group size of 4 or more persons.