Being admired state in the North-east, Arunachal Pradesh never disappoints its tourists. Blessed with natural beauty, this state is the one that seeks extraordinary beauty and let it tourist experience the unmemorable trip to this beautiful state of India. The name Arunachal Pradesh has a deep meaning that says “land of the dawn-lit mountains” this mesmerizing land owns beautiful views that includes Gushing waterfalls, crystal clear lakes, and picturesque mountaintops. Being a paradise for the travelers, explorers and nature lovers it is one of the perfect destinations for the one who plans to visit this beautiful place.
You will get chance to explore through the plethora of beautiful cities and can pay the visit to the spiritual as well as other man-made hidden treasures that are designed by the innovative artist of this winsome sate of an India. Beside the natural wildlife, Arunachal Pradesh is blessed with some unmatched destinations that you cannot afford to miss at any cost. Some of the hidden gems that you can explore on the land of this tranquil destination are:-
Sangti: Located 15 kilometers from Dirang, this valley is the stunning place that owns a range of sheep farm on the top of the hill. This calm and beauteous place is the best location for the birdwatchers and nature lovers. Blessed with the well-liked weather during an entire year, this winsome place will give you some memory locking moments. Well, the road to this place is bit lumpy, but its splendid beauty will make your visit worth.
Itanagar Situated at 350 m above the sea level, this popular destination of Arunachal Pradesh is the appreciated tourist place. Give its tourists a view to its architectural wonders, this eye-catching city is the land to historic Ita fort and legendary Ganga lake. Beside this, this well-planned town let its tourist enjoy fascinating time by availing them with an option to purchase from its traditional shops.
Dirang Dzong: This 7th-century fort that is located between Bomdila and Tawang was once built by the experienced builders to protect Bomdila. Located at the top of the hill, this four storied fort is held by the wooden lags. Witness to the beautiful place around, Dzong can be catch up by climbing stairs. November and February are the best months to travel to Dirang Dzong where travelers can enjoy seeing Hot Springs, Kalachakra Gompa, Sangti Valley and National Research Centre on Yak.
Tawang: This mesmerizing city that is a birthplace of Dalai Lama is the relish gateway for the mountain lovers. Being known as the birthplace of famous Buddhist monk “Dalai Lama” owns a largest Buddhist monastery in India. This picturesque town is popularly known as “land of Monpas”. Pay your visit to its favorite places like Panganag Teng Tso Lake, Madhuri Lake, and Ghelisa Range and is the perfect skiing sport from the years.
Sela Pass: This pass which is a gift to Himachal Pradesh is one of the eye-catching places in the Himalayan vista. This pass which is the named after the kind-hearted women who killed herself after seeing the disfigured sepoy, who was in the poor condition after a fight he fought for his own country. Apart from the Sela pass, there is a Sela lake that is situated on an altitude of 4170 meters along with the Sela pass. The two combine to form one and are admired for their heavenly beauty.
Pasighati: A small town that proved to be the pre-eminent stop off is the other appreciated the place in this heavenly land. Situated 5 hours from Dibrugarh, this oldest town is situated at height of 152 m and is the headquarter of East Siang District. Apart from exploring the varied flora and Fauna, Visitors can enjoy various activities that too do involve river rafting in the Siang River. well, reaching there has been much easier either opt for bus services from Guwahati, Lakhimpur and Itanagar or the nearest airports such as Lilabari of North Lakhimpur, and Mohanbari of Dibrugarh and enjoy a comfortable journey. Located on the shore of the Brahmaputra river, the best time to visit Pasighati is November to April.