Dibrugarh in Assam is the nearest airport and railhead to reach Lohit. To reach the valley, the road from Dibrugarh will take you across Tinsukia and Dholaghat. Ferries ply across the Brahmaputra to reach Sadiya Ghat, from where by road you will reach Roing and then the Mehau Sanctuary, from where the valley begins.
Note: A mandatory permit needs to be acquired to stay in the valley. A photo ID with address proof will be required. This permit will be valid for three to four days. In general, all Indian citizens need an Inner Line Permit to visit Arunachal Pradesh, which can be obtained from the Arunachal Bhawan in Delhi, or from the Deputy Resident Commissioners in Kolkata, Shillong and Guwahati.
Buses, unmetered taxis, cycle rickshaws, and three wheelers are what you can use to explore in and around the valley. For covering long distances, state transport buses are most feasible.
For further information, head over to Lohit's website.
This lovely resort near the Nameri National Park & Tiger Reserve boasts of big spacious cottages with vast verandahs and attached bathrooms. While in the dormitories, a bed will cost you ₹500, per night, the tariff for the cottages start from ₹750 and upwards.