Arunachal Pradesh- Land of the Dawn-Lit Mountains, also known as the Orchid State of India or the Paradise of the Botanists. Arunachal Pradesh has among the highest diversity of mammals and birds in India. There are around 750 species of birds and more than 200 species of mammals in the state.
Major attraction of Arunachal Pradesh-
Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh, is nestled amidst two hills. Itanagar is famed for its lively festivals, rich flora & fauna.
Ziro Valley is a picturesque valley tucked away in the Himalayan foothills. Surrounded by the pine ridden mountains, paddy rice fields, quaint hamlets, bamboo huts and vibrant range of flora and fauna. Being a World Heritage Site, this valley gives you a chance to explore the culture and tradition of the tribe Apatani which is an exclusive experience.
Bomdila Away from the chaos of the city, Bomdila is a remote quaint town which gives you a glimpse of the unique culture and tradition. Enjoy the natural splendour of this town set amidst the snow-laden hills and vibrant landscape, lush green valley and apple orchards.
Sela Pass is a mountain pass which enjoys an elevation of 13,700 feet. Snow covers this pass all year round. This pass is considered sacred by Buddhists, and it is believed that there are 101 lakes around it. During the ride through this pass you will get the glimpse of the mighty snow-clad Eastern Himalayas.
Tawang is a high-altitude town located in the lap of the mighty Himalayas which offers a perfect blend of nature and culture. Since the town boasts an elevation of 10,000 feet, it is a paradise for any mountain lover. Tawang proudly cradles the largest monastery in India and Tawang War Memorial built to commemorate the martyrdom of soldiers who laid down their lives in Sino-Indian war.