Trips and Itineraries for Pasighat
The Scenic Entrance of Arunachal Pradesh – Pasighat
Meeting The Local Tribes In Arunachal Pradesh
Top Places To Visit in Pasighat 3 Spots
Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary
Besides being the oldest town of Arunachal Pradesh, Pasighat has been in the news for being a part of the 100 smart cities mission of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It can be reached by air and road. History buffs will love this place for its rich roots. Visit the village of Komsing where Captain Noel Williamson was assassinated. Take a walk to Kekar Monying, the cliff where Adi people fought the British. Nature and wildlife lovers can take a tour of the D. Ering Wildlife Sanctuary. Still looking for more? Indulge in all kinds of adventure sports here to get your blood rushing!
Weekend Getaways from Pasighat
299 Kms from Pasighat
Best time to visit - January,February,March,April,October,November,December
The recently 'smoke-free' declared city has a lot to offer in terms of its rich history and culture. Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas and bordering Burma, Kohima boasts of lush green hills and forests amidst which treks and morning walks are a pleasure. Locations such as Dzükou Valley and Japfu Peak should be at the top of the to-do list for nature lovers. Ever seen a flying squirrel? The Itanki Wildlife Sanctuary houses a plethora of rare species of plants, animals and birds that can easily capture the hearts of wildlife and nature photographers around the world. Nagaland has been conspicuous in history with the Battle of Imphal and Kohima deemed as "Britain's Greatest Battle" by the British National Army Museum. Its 1,420 heroes can be seen commemorated at the War Cemetery, earning the respect of travellers across the world. Being a land of the Angami Tribe, the village Khonoma offers a rare chance of witnessing a civilisation untouched by commercialisation and modernisation, wherein one can learn about their philosophy, diverse art, history, food, dialect and music. The Nagaland Tourism department also organises various tribal tours such as that of the Konyaks, the fearless tattoo faced legendary headhunters, who have been known to sleep over a bed of human skulls. For travellers always yearning to take a part of the destination back home with them, The Hornbill Festival, hosted in the first week of December, remains at the kernel of Nagaland's cultural heritage, organising various activities, sports, competitions, music and dance performances and shops housing brilliant and unique souvenirs.