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“The last of the great Shangri-La.."

‘Shangri-La is a mystical, harmonious valley’ or so goes the description in James Hilton’s 1993 novel, Lost Horizon. Hilton went on to describe a Garden of Eden on Earth: a land of milk and honey in a hidden Himalaya valley, where nobody grew old or ugly. Over the years, there’s been no shortage of contenders for the title of ‘Lost Shangri-La’ but now there’s a new kid on the block: Arunachal Pradesh”. The thunderous Himalayan peaks so little known that few have been named, let alone climbed, plus jungles teeming with life forms that scientists are yet to catalogue, delicately tattooed and pierced tribal peoples living in long houses in the forest, magnificent Buddhist Temples and a severe dose of near limitless adventure. Lonely planet’s top 4 regions in the world.

Arunachal Pradesh, a veritable treasure house of nature, tucked away in the north eastern tip of India, invites you to relax in its picturesque hills and vales encircled on three sides by Bhutan, China and Myanmar. Come to Arunachal Pradesh to revel in nature in its full splendour. Enjoy the salubrious climate and meet its simple and hospitable people. Snowy mist, famous monasteries, unexplored passes and tranquil lakes come together to form some of the prettiest mountain spots in Arunachal Pradesh. For a tourist the options are varied, each more tempting than the other.

Apart of the eastern Himalayan range and situated in the north eastern tip of India bounded by Myanmar on its east, Bhutan on the west, China on the north and north east, Arunachal Pradesh is:

Things you can do in Arunachal:

» The largest state in the north east that covers an area 83,743 with evergreen forests covering more than 82 percent of the state.
» Average rainfall of above 3000 mm per year and climate variation from sub-tropical in the south to Alpine in the north.
» Inhabited by 26 major tribes and a number of sub-tribes.
» Thinnest population density in the country with only 17 percent per sq. Km.
» Home to more than 500 varieties of orchids

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