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So far the mighty hills of Arunachal Pradesh were eluding us....

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Being one of the least dense areas in Arunachal Pradesh, it offers you everything from greener canvases to bluer skies....

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Sela Pass

Finally to the adrenaline part of this trip. The sela pass is teh second highest motorable pass in the world. Time for some adventure travel. Situated on an altitude of 14000 ft, this drive is scary and gorgeous. Sela pass is a great way to enter Tawang to Guwahati. In fact, this is the only road that connects Tawang to the rest of the country. The pass takes you through lakes, monasteries, mountains, valleys, meadows and all there is to the Himalayas. It is literally a ride through the Himalayan beauties. Some consider the road a bit scary to drive on but, I couldn't et enough of the view to divert my attention anywhere else.
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Bum La Pass

If you don't have your own vehicle then it could be little difficult as both the offices are located 5-6 Km far and in opposite sides of Tawang. Also, its better to have carry enough copies because in Tawang Xerox per copy is INR 5 and double side INR 10 and the power cut is frequent. Also, if you plan to hire taxi for Bumla pass and Shungester/Madhuri lake then the permit needs to have taxi number and driver name. The general charges for taxi to Bumla pass n Shungester lake are INR 5000. You can try shared taxi if you can find people to share.  #Stay at Tawang Hotel Mount view for INR 800.  #Food Ama yangis good food Chapti n egg curry was nice.#Info Sunday mechanics are closed in Tawang and Bomdila so if there are any issues in your bike, you will not be able to get it fixed and this could alter your plan. This trip was originally published on Joey- my travels for your ease.
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About Arunachal Pradesh

Possibly the least explored amongst the seven sisters of India, Arunachal Pradesh literally translates to the "land of dawn-lit mountains". The virginal quality of the state enables 26 indigenous tribes to live and prosper peacefully amidst the sprawling greens. With hills that are impossible to climb and forests so dense that sunlight is a luxury, Arunachal has continued to fascinate tourists and travellers alike.Famous for: Buddhist monasteries and the Ziro Festival.Places to Visit: Ziro Valley (the most secluded music festival in India), Tawang Monastery (a beautiful Buddhist monastery located 10,000 feet above sea level), Sela Pass (for frozen lakes and unexplored trails).Things to Do: Indulge in white water rafting on the Kameng River. Enjoy birdwatching in Sangti Valley.Food: Like the other seven sisters of India, rice is the staple diet here as well. Take ample sips of apong, a beer made of rice, to wash down you meal. Also try pika pila, a local pickle made from bamboo shoots.Climate: 15-20 degrees Celsius in winters. 32-40 degrees Celsius in summers.Best Time to Visit: October to March.Average Expenditure Per Head (excluding flights): Rs. 12,000 for 5 days.How to reach: The state doesn't have a major airport yet, but it's still well connected via flights. Lilabari (in Assam) is the nearest airport, 57km from Naharlagun and 67km from the capital, Itanagar. There are direct flights to Tezpur in Assam (216km from Itanagar) from Kolkata, and from Delhi to Guwahati in Assam.For an extended itinerary on Arunachal Pradesh, refer to this trip.

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Best time to visit Arunachal Pradesh is from March to June and October
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