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Arunachal Pradesh is mostly famous for its lush green landscape. The state is home to oak, pine, fir, maple, and rhododendron jungles and the government has taken every initiative to save these jungles and timber business has been prohibited in Arunachal. The majority of the population of the state are tribal people, largely belonging to either Thai-Burmese or Tibetan communities. As a result, the traditions and languages are also varied. The state provides many adrenaline-pumping pursuits such as trekking, mountaineering, hiking, and camping. The dashing torrents of the thunderous rivers are perfect for rafting and fishing. The most famous tourist attractions in the state of Arunachal Pradesh are as follows:
Itanagar is the capital of the state and is truly a captivating location. Since April 20, 1974, the place has been serving as the capital of Arunachal. The city is dubbed as mini India since people from all communities of India stay here harmoniously. You can visit tourist draws like Itafort, the Raj Bhawan, Gyakar Sini (Ganga Lake), Zoo, Polo Park, and the Buddhist Temple. Like other places in Arunachal, the local residents are quite amicable.
People come to Bomdila for watching its famous orchid house made of glass named Tipi, which is home to more than 7500 orchids. This picturesque tiny town serves as the administrative center of the West Kameng District. There are Buddhist monasteries, a handicrafts hub, and apple plantations in this area. You will also see snow-covered mountains of the Himalayas.
Tawang Monastery was set up in the 17th century and is the hometown of the sixth Dalai Lama. Approximately 500 monks stay here and the compound looks like a vibrant citadel. The distance from the town is just 2 km. The monastery belongs to the Mahayana faction of the Buddhists. There is also a library inside the compound which contains manuscripts and thankas. Torgya and Losar are two notable festivities held in this area. Don’t miss the picturesque lakes.
Yingkiong is a picturesque town with an elevation of 200 meters and is famous for its scenic features. Tribal dance forms like Roja, Ponung, and Broh are top attractions of this area. The Mouling National Park lies nearby where you can see the clouded leopard, the white-feathered wild duck, and different species of deer. The Daying Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary is one more traveler’s draw.
Roing comprises a part of the Lower Dibang Valley District. The area is topographically varied with different ethnic groups of people living in the area. See Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary, Bhismaknagar Fort, as well as Nehru Van Udyan.
Changlang is famous for its diverse flora and fauna and lies close to Myanmar. The Namdapha National Park is quite close to this place. People come here to see the different species of avifauna, mammals, and reptiles. A number of tribes live here such as Tangsa, Tutsa, Singhpho, Nocte, Deoris, and Lisu. Diverse varieties of flora and fauna are seen here.
The Namdapha National Park is a heaven for those who love to watch wildlife. It is famous for being the home to four members of the big cat family – the leopard, the tiger, the clouded leopard, and the snow leopard. Tourists also admire the place for the hiking and tripping facilities. You will also get to see the red panda, elephant, the imperiled Hoolock gibbon and deer.
Along lies at an elevation of 300 meters over sea surface and serves as the administrative center of the West Siang district. The place is pleasant and is bordered by towering mountains and picturesque rivers Siyom and Sipu. The climate is salubrious and you can also visit it during the summer.
Ziro is a historic and charming town in the state. It is famous for housing the Apa Tani clan, rice plantations, and pine hills. The Talle Valley is ideal for those who love trekking. You will find a range of bamboo, rhododendron, fern trees and orchids in this area and should visit the fish farms.
Anini forms a part of the Dibang Valley District. The place is foggy round the year and is a tiny tableland. The name was derived from Inni, who is the most powerful deity of Mishmi. Anini lies between the Mathun River and the Dibang River. Don’t miss out the Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary and Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary.
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