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Arunachal Pradesh

Are you willing to experience an astonishing holiday experience in an astonishing destination? Think no further than Arunachal Pradesh! Located in the north-east region of India, the term Arunachal Pradesh actually means Land of the Dawn-lit Mountains in Sanskrit. Being one of the Seven Sisters States, Arunachal Pradesh is blooming with numerous culture and traditions.

If you are a mountain-lover, visiting this place is a must as most of the state is covered with the Himalayas. It is the homeland of some of the highest peaks and is divided with five river valleys. Such being its scenic beauty, Arunachal Pradesh has projected itself to be one of the most preferred places for tourists worldwide.

How To Reach Arunachal Pradesh?

  • Air: For those willing to travel to the western part of the state, the nearest airports they can avail are Dibrugarh and Guwahati.
  • Road: Having 2 highways, the state is accessible and well-connected with Assam. You can opt for the National Highway 52 which connects Dirak with Jonai, or the other highway connecting Tezpur with Tawang. Though the towns are small, each has their individual bus station and daily bus service.
  • Railway: For those willing to travel by trains, Arunachal Pradesh has facility for that too. In late 2013, the state got its first railway line. A new link line started operating from Naharlagun in Arunachal Pradesh to Harmuti on the main Rangpara North- Murkongselak railway line.

What To See Or Do In Arunachal Pradesh?

  1. Bomdila is ideal if you are planning for adventurous sports activity. Rafting, Trekking, and Angling, the place serves it all. You can also try rafting at Brahmaputra, Subansari River, or Kameng River.
  2. Aptani is rich in culture and tradition. If you are willing to experience the rituals festivals of Aptani, visit the place in January or March.
  3. Pashighat let you experience the beauty of nature and is ideal if you have a fetish for natural photography.

When Is The Best Time To Visit Arunachal Pradesh?

Visit the state between the months of October and April as during these months the plains experience a cool temperature, while the hilly areas gradually get colder. For those planning to visit Tamang and Bomdila, these are the ideal months to schedule your journey.

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