Arunachal Pradesh is one of the 29 states of India and is the northeasternmost state of the country. Shying away in the Northeastern corner of India, Arunachal Pradesh though may be an introvert when it comes to tourism, is a land of abundant travel opportunities. Adorned with an unspoilt landscape, this Northeast state of India is a place that every nature lover and explorer should visit. Virginal Arunachal Pradesh appears as a giant patch of green on the country’s map. India’s wildest and least explored state, Arunachal (literally the ‘land of dawn-lit mountains’) rises abruptly from the Assam plains as a mass of densely forested and impossibly steep hills, culminating in snow-capped peaks along the Tibetan border. Home to 26 indigenous tribes, Arunachal is perhaps the last sanctuary for India’s natural and anthropological heritage. A treasure trove of culture, nature’s beauty, rich history and warm people, Arunachal is truly a land that you cannot afford to miss. Much of the state remains beyond tourism’s reach, but new areas are slowly being opened to visitors.
The attraction of ARUNACHAL:
Offbeat getaway, nature’s beauty, trekking, rafting, camping, birdwatching, tribal tours, root bridges, wildlife, motorbiking, history, photography.