Places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh

Tawang, Zero Valley, Rowing, Sela Pass, Namdapha National Park, Bomdila, Dirang, Tezu, Pasighat, Nuranang Falls, Mechuka, Itanagar, Alang, Bhalukpong, Sangati, Changlang, Bumla Pass, Anini, Daporijo, Hauliang Village, Pakhui Wildlife, Gorichen Peak and many other beautiful places.

An ideal vacation destination for souls who crave exploration and discovery, the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh is a treasure trove of natural wonders and man-made wonders that will stun the traveler in you. 

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Arunachal Pradesh is a land of tribal cultures, Buddhist monasteries, pristine lakes, high mountains and quaint hill villages. Here is our 10 Days Amazing Arunachal Package (Flat 12% Off) that will make your vacation in this part of India an experience to remember for a lifetime.

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Tawang is a high-altitude city nestled in the lap of the mighty Himalayas that offers a perfect blend of nature and culture. The city has an altitude of 10,000 feet, so it is a paradise for any mountain lover looking for high altitude places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh. 

The scenic town is filled with numerous tourist attractions like vibrant Buddhist monasteries, elevated trails, war memorials and scenic lakes that make it an attractive holiday destination. 

Among the most important tourist attractions, Tawang is India’s largest monastery and the Tawang War Memorial, built to commemorate the martyrdom of soldiers who laid down their lives in the Sino-Indian War.

  North-western part of Arunachal Pradesh

Best time to visit:

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Zero Valley

Zero Valley is a picturesque valley in the foothills of the Himalayas. Surrounded by pine ridden mountains, paddy rice fields, quaint villages, bamboo huts and a vibrant array of flora and fauna, Zero Valley is a paradise for nature lovers, adventure seekers as well as culture vultures. 

Being a World Heritage Site, this valley offers you an opportunity to explore the culture and tradition of the Apatani tribe which is a unique experience that you will cherish for the rest of your life. 

Places like Tally Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Kille Pakho, Meghna Cave Temple, Pine Grove, Tarin Fish Farm, Mide etc. will make your visit memorable. A visit to this serene place will surely soothe your soul and mind.

Location:  Lower Subansiri, Arunachal Pradesh

Best time to visit:
  October to March Book an amazing North-East tour package for a beautiful vacation

and enjoy some blissful moments amidst pristine landscapes. Explore the adventure and relaxation that the place has to offer.

Namdapha National Park

Another treat for wildlife enthusiasts in Arunachal Pradesh, Namdapha National Park is the largest protected area and the third largest national park in India. The park is spread over an area of ​​1985 square kilometers and has an altitude range of 200 meters to 4571 meters. 

The high mountains, dense forests and many water bodies of the national park are home to a wide range of wildlife species, including snow leopards, red pandas and clouded leopards, and thus the park is considered one of the most outstanding areas. Activities that can be enjoyed in Biodiversity Namdapha include wildlife and landscape photography, boat rides, jungle camping, jungle safari and many more.

Location:  Changlang District, Arunachal Pradesh

Timings:  8 AM to 5 PM

Entry Fee:  INR 50 per person

Best time to visit:  October to April 

Sela Pass

Sela Pass is a mountain pass that enjoys an altitude of 13,700 feet. Snow covers this pass throughout the year and it remains open to tourists in all seasons. The pass is considered sacred by Buddhists, and is believed to have 101 lakes around it. 

The fame of the pass is also attributed to the divinely elevated Sella Lake or often called Paradise Lake which adds grace to the beauty of the place. Sela Lake freezes during winters making this lake a dream. 

While riding through this pass you will get a glimpse of the mighty snow clad Eastern Himalayas and the ride will surely leave you mesmerized. Sela Pass is, without a doubt, one of the best tourist destinations in Arunachal Pradesh.

Location:  78 km from Tawang

Best time to visit:  March to April and October to November


One of the most notable places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh, Teju is a hotspot for tourism in the state. Nestled amidst the picturesque Mishmi Hills, the city has many tourist attractions including wildlife sanctuaries, museums, botanical gardens and quaint villages. 

However, the most popular attraction here is the photogenic Glow Lake sitting against the backdrop of snow-capped mountains, giving you a reason to stare in disbelief. 

The headquarters of Lohit district, this town offers a dual experience of nature and culture at once, making you feel the essence of Arunachal Pradesh. Tezu is easily one of the best places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh.

Location:  Lohit District

Best season to visit:  December to July


According to the original word, rowing means coolness and refreshment. As the name suggests, the town is situated next to the Dibang River which flows through it adding to its beauty as well as serenity to its aura. Rowing is a treasure for cultural enthusiasts, trekkers and history buffs. Rowing has a rich history and archeological sites that will make you curious.

You can also visit some places to catch the colorful sunset or visit the lake to enjoy boating amidst the lush green forest and admire the natural splendor. 

Mayudia, Bhishmaknagar Fort, Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary, Mehao Lake, Sally Lake, Nijomaghat, Rukmini Nati, etc. are some of the places that you should not miss when you visit this exciting place.

  Lower Dibang Valley, Arunachal Pradesh

Best time to visit:
 October to February


Away from the chaos of the city, Bomdila is a remote quaint town that gives you a glimpse of a unique culture and tradition. Enjoy the natural splendor of this town nestled amidst snow-capped hills and vibrant landscape, lush green valleys and apple orchards. 

Bomdila Monastery, Sissa Orchid Sanctuary, Gompas, Eagle’s Nest Wildlife Sanctuary, Bomdila View Point and many more are places to visit here. Bomdila offers you an opportunity to explore wildlife, culture and tradition and the beauty of nature in one place. It is truly one of the best places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh.

Location:  West Kameng, Arunachal Pradesh

Best time to visit:  April to October


A popular destination among all types of tourists, especially backpackers, Dirang is a small town in West Kameng District that offers big surprises. The town is situated at an altitude of around 4,900 feet, which ensures pleasant weather throughout the year. 

During a visit to Dirang, apart from the breathtaking views of the valley, you will also learn about the different tribes living here and experience their unique cultures. Dirang Dzong, Hot Water Spring, Sangati Valley, Yak Research Center and Kalachakra Gompa are worth visiting here.

Location  : Dirang Valley, West Kameng District

Best time to visit:  March to July

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Pasighat is also known as the “Gateway to Arunachal” along the valleys of the Siang River and the Himalayas. It is the oldest town in Arunachal Pradesh which was founded in 1911 and makes a perfect place to see the tradition and culture of the people living here. 

You can also enjoy rafting, fishing, angling, boating, wild life safari, nature photography and trekking here. Daing Ering Wildlife Sanctuary, Kekar ​​Moning, Pangin, Pasighat Buddhist Temple, Bodak Scenic Area etc. are places that will make your visit to this city unforgettable.

  East Siang, Arunachal Pradesh

Best time to visit:
  January to May


Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh, is situated between two hills. Itanagar is also famous for its lively festivals, rich fauna and flora, educational sites and unique historical and archaeological sites. Places like Ita Fort, Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum, Ganga Lake, Biological Park Itanagar, Indira Gandhi Park, etc. attract many tourists throughout the year.

Built in the 14th-15th centuries, Ita’s brick fort is an important historical site. The Jawaharlal Nehru Museum showcases the rich culture of the place and is an excellent educational venue.

A striking Buddhist center, the Gompa not only offers you an insight into the magnificent Buddhist culture but also offers one of the best views across the city from the hilltop. With stunning landscape and variety of places to explore, Itanagar is definitely one of the best places to visit in Andhra Pradesh  .

  Central Arunachal Pradesh

Best time to visit:  October to April

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