Top 6 Places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh

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Namsai - Arunachal Pradesh

Endowed with nature's untouched and incredible beauty, Namsai is located in Arunachal Pradesh and lures many travellers from across the world. Known as the land of Golden Pagodas, Namsai has become a significant spot for tourism. Parshuram Bridge and Dihing River are two beautiful tourist locations. One of the popular destinations in Namsai is the Golden Monastery, a remarkable piece of work shining with all gold and lights. Namsai is surrounded by a tribal area. It is known as a place for followers of Buddhism. The tribals of this area have been following their culture and faith for ages. Immersed in colourful rituals and traditions, Namsai is a place to discover spirituality and self-existence with a new meaning.
It is situated in Arunachal Pradesh after crossing Dirak Gate, Border between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.
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Arts and Culture,Hill Station,Historical Places,Nature,Offbeat,Religious,Trekking
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Parsuram Kund - Arunachal Pradesh

Final destination, 130 Km away from Rupai Siding. 70 Km from Namsai, roads are not all good, From Wakro , Orange Valley, we have to go high for another 12-14 Km. A scenic view from top.
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Wakro - Arunachal Pradesh

Situated in the Lohit District of Arunachal Pradesh, nestled amidst the Mishi Hills, Wakro is a peaceful little town wrapped in nature! Known for its 10,000 hectares of orange plantation, Warko is beautiful in the season when the oranges bloom. Located along the banks of the Kamlang River, Wakro is remote and in that essence pristine. It is the best place for backpacking and solo travel with cheap accommodation and travel options, and beautiful trekking routes in the lap of the wild. Other beautiful locations like Hayuliang, Walong and Dong, are located at a favorable distance from Warko. The Parshuram Kund, located a few kilometers from Warko is an important pilgrimage destination of the Hindus. With beautiful tea gardens in the periphery, Warko is inhabited primarily by the Khampti, Singpho and Deori Tribes, and a Buddhist Culture prevails, several pagodas and monasteries thereby depicting the same. The Golden Pagoda is the most famous monastery located in the vicinity of Warko and attracts many travellers, believers and tourists alike. The Golden Pagoda is built in Burmese Style of architecture and entails a sacred atmosphere with intricate ceremonies and rituals. Warko is inhabited predominately by the Mishmis tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. The Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary is located at the edge of Warko, along the Kamlang River. To the south of this Sanctuary, is the famous Namdahpa National Park with a mixture of Alpine vegetation and wet evergreen forests in the lower reaches. The Glao Lake is another beautiful location, blanketed in mist, which can be accessed by a six-hour trek route. With hospitable locales and interesting traditional practices, with a mountains in an aesthetic backdrop, Warko is the best place to relax and unwind.
riving into Wakro, visitors are welcomed by the sign indicating that this is the country of oranges. Orange cultivation, introduced on a commercial scale over twenty years ago, has changed the lives of many Mishmis in Wakro. Orange trees cover almost 10,000 hectares of land. Walking through Wakro during the fruiting season, past orange laden trees, is an unforgettable experience. Wakro is inhabited primarily by the Mishmis. The Mishmis or the Deng are an ethnic group comprising of three tribes, the Idu Mishmis (Idu Lhoba); Digaro tribe (Taraon, Darang Deng), and Miju Mishmi (Kaman Deng). Racially, all three are from the same stock and are believed to have come from Burma.
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January,February,March,April,October,November,December
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Budget

Kimin H.Q. - Arunachal Pradesh

Kimin, a place on the border of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam, did have a guesthouse. We got there by packing ourselves and our luggage into a shared auto-rickshaw. It was deserted but glowing a warm, comforting red in the light of the setting sun. The caretaker was located again with the help from curious, but helpful children. The caretaker was no less helpful, a kind and hospitable man, he provided us a simple, but lovely meal and helped us get settled for the night. Lounging on the porch, we listened to the tale of a stray elephant in the rice fields that almost made us stray from our journey and go off elephant spotting. We wanted to go, but the jeep for Ziro was slated to leave at 5 in the morning. Somehow better senses prevailed and we kept to our plans.
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Miao - Arunachal Pradesh

This unexplored town is full of surprises. It has it all history, art, nature, forests, churches, pagodas... And is the closest to the road that opens up to Burma
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Roing - Arunachal Pradesh

Located in Arunachal Pradesh, Roing is the only district in the lower Dibang valley! Known for its untouched, pristine beauty, this lovely place is not for all kinds of travellers. Only if you are looking for a break from the mundane or are in search of a holiday unlike any other, visit Roing. Now there are tons of places to see in and around Roing but you must get in touch with a local for the best of everything. The Mehao lake, considered to be one of the most beautiful sights in Arunachal is 14 km from Roing and is a must visit and so is the Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary. The people here are warm and welcoming and there is tons you can explore about the culture here if you'd like. Do also visit the popular ancient archaeological sites of Bhishmakar and Rukmini Nati for a peek into history!
I had only heard the phrase 'in mother natures lap' before but this was when I really understood what it meant, what it felt. It was surreal and calming. This place is so different from bustling cities. Light wind ruffling through my hair, the sweet smell of ferns - Bliss! You can find a buffallow look-alike animal called Mithun, which is found only in this area. The tribals are friendly and warm. They might let you in their houses and fields if you are nice enough. Adventure activities I did were: Jummering Rappelling Climbing Tyroline Traverse Hiking Camping River-crossing Obstacle training If you plan on venturing into the forest, make sure you are accompanied by a local or you might lose direction and get stranded. There are wild animals in the forest too so be prepared. There is a local market also, which has all the handicrafts made by the tribal women. Also you will be surprised to see the outreach of fashion and technology in this area. Best part of Roing- IT HAS NO TOURISTS.
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January,February,March,October,November,December
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Nature,Water Sports,Wildlife
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