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ARUNACHAL PRADESH

Popularly known as ‘Land of Dawn-lit-Mountains’, Arunachal Pradesh is India’s remotest state and the first Indian soil to greet the rising sun. Located on the northeastern tip of India with its borders touching China, Bhutan and Burma (Myanmar), this beautiful land is endowed with dazzling array of flora and fauna that is sure to allure any tourist. More than 500 rare species of Orchids are found in the dense jungles of Arunachal

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Tawang

Tawang, the beautiful land of the people of Monpa Tribe, is located in the Western mostpart of the state Arunachal Pradesh bordering China and Bhutan. The district is entirely located amongst the mighty Himalayas and has a rugged terrain with deep valleys and altitude ranging between 3,500 to 22,500 feet. Its snow-capped peaks, pleasant lakes, congenial climate, friendly and hospitable people

West Kameng

Bomdila is well-recognized for its fantastic environment with apple orchids and Buddhist monasteries. Also, many trekking trails are available in this region that will make the trip of adventure seeker worthy. It brings the spectacular views of lush greenery and snow-covered Himalayas.

East Kameng

The three valleys namely Pakke-Valley, Pappu Valley and Passa Valley are worth seeing from the road top. The meandering rivers makes them more beautiful. On both the banks of the rivers paddy fields are grown

Kurung Kumey

The name of this district is derived from the Kurung and the Kumey, the two principal rivers which flow through it.

Papum Pare

The name of the district is derived from the two major rivers called Papum and Pare.

Itanagar

Set in the foothills of the Himalayas, the city is home to medieval Ita Fort and the Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum, which exhibits textiles and handicrafts.

Pakke Kessang

Pakke Kessang is a town in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. It is located in Pakke-Kessang district, which has been carved out of the East Kameng district along with five administrative units.

Lower Subansiri

The district was formed when Subansiri district was bifurcated into Upper and Lower Subansiri districts in 1987. Lower Subansiri district has a long ancient history related with the Chutiya Kingdom. It was probably under Chutiya chieftain rule from a long time, and came under Birpal’s rule in the 12th century.

Kra Dadi

Kra Daadi is a district in Arunachal Pradesh in north-eastern India. It was carved out of Kurung Kumey district on 7 February 2015.

Upper Subansiri

The region is mostly covered by dense forest consisting Alpine, moist temperature tropical pine and temperate weather evergreen forests in upper, upper middle, middle and lower region respectively. The district is rich in flora and fauna.

Shyi Yomi

District is created by bifurcating the West Siang district with its headquarters at Tato. The district would have four administrative units namely Mechuka, Tato, Pidi and Manigong.

Kamle

Kamle got its name from the river Kamle. River Kamle joins the Subansiri river which finally meets the Brahmaputra in Assam.

Lower Siang

The Lower Siang District is composed of Likabali and Nari-Koyu Assembly Constituencies

Leparada

Lepa Rada district, with headquarters at Basar, is one of the 25 districts of Arunachal Pradesh state in northeastern India. Lepa Rada falls under 29-Basar Assembly Constituency and 1-West Parliamentary Constituency

West Siang

The homeland of various tribes like Galo, Minyong, Bori, Bokar, Pailibo, Ramos, Memba form a natural abode for many species of orchids, diverse flora & fauna endowed with a dense vegetation, and a wide range of climatic and geographical variations, the district enjoys a moderate and comfortable climate.

West Siang

The homeland of various tribes like Galo, Minyong, Bori, Bokar, Pailibo, Ramos, Memba form a natural abode for many species of orchids, diverse flora & fauna endowed with a dense vegetation, and a wide range of climatic and geographical variations, the district enjoys a moderate and comfortable climate.

Upper Siang

The homeland of various tribes like Galo, Minyong, Bori, Bokar, Pailibo, Ramos, Memba form a natural abode for many species of orchids, diverse flora & fauna endowed with a dense vegetation,

East Siang

Famous around the world as one of the best white water rafting expeditions, it attracts adrenaline seekers

Dibang Valley

Dibang Valley district derives its name from the river Dibang which flows through it and finally debouches into the plains where it meets the Lohit River near Sadiya. The major tributaries of Dibang River are Dri, Mathun, Talon, Eme, Ahi, Emra and Awa. The district is a wild mountainous area and present remarkable topography.

Lower Dibang Valley

The name of Lower Dibang Valley district is derived from the mighty river Dibang that flows through the heart of district and finally ends into the Brahmaputra

Anjaw

Anjaw is an administrative district of Arunachal Pradesh with its headquarters at Hawai. It is bounded on the north by China, on the west by Lower Dibang Valley and Lohit district, on the south by Changlang district and on the east by Myanmar.

Lohit

In the easternmost tip our country lies this enchanting land namely LOHIT(also Lohit) district of Arunachal Pradesh which is known for its pristing scenic beauty. Lohit named after the mighty river that meanders across the mountaineous region from Tibet and enters India at DICHU village of KIBITHOO circle of Anjaw district and gushes down to meet the mighty BRAHMAPUTRA in the plains of Assam.

Namsai

Picture large paddy fields, gentle rivers and gentler rivulets, sprawling tea plantations, clean wide roads, grand pagodas, massive Buddha statues, traditional bamboo houses, ethnic roadside eateries, charming little markets, handsome men and pretty women. That’s Namsai for you.

Changlang

Changlang District, showered with Bio-diversity and covered with picturesque hills lies in the southeastern corner of Arunachal Pradesh, is the eastern most part of India, having international boundary with Myanmar (Burma), where the morning Sun light first touches the Horizon of the eastern Mountain ranges of the district while the rest of the Country still napping in their cozy beds waiting for the emergence of the dawn of the day.

Tirap

Unique picturesque hills in the southernmost part of Arunachal Pradesh is Tirap District

Longding

Longding District was once a part of Tirap frontier agency which was created in 1943 covering some areas from Lakhimpur Frontier Track and Sadiya Frontier Track with administrative Headquarters at Margherita town in Assam.

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Arunachal is jam-packed with things to do. The hardest part of planning your holiday will be deciding which to do first!

Angling

ANGLING

Accommodation in Lower Subansiri is a fantastic option if you’re travelling as a group or value having your own space and self-catering facilities.

WILDLIFE

Arunachal Pradesh proudly enjoys the distinction of having the big four namely tiger, leopard, clouded leopard and snow leopard in its jungles

TREKKING

Foreign tourists, particularly adventure seekers are regular visitors who come here to explore the numerous trekking routes located in the mountains.

CULTURE

The culture of Arunachal Pradesh is truly varied in the sense that the state has 26 major tribes including sub-tribes.

RAFTING

Those who have a penchant for river sports make it a point to indulge in rafting on the Siang River which is so thrilling.

HERITAGE

Arunachal Pradesh has many notable spots that bear testimony to its rich heritage.

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What more to say about Arunachal Pradesh. It is one of the most naturally wonderful places in the world. The rich ecosystem that it possesses, with a variety of flora and fauna, is just a part of its beauty as a state.

There are times you are left to wonder if nature has been more kind to some parts of the earth. The world has many places that effer you great experiences, breathtaking moments and amazing views. Some tourist spots have beautiful mountains and stunning valleys; some are deserts but still have a great deal to offer. Each is beautiful in its own way and every place is unique for what it has to offer. While nature plays its game at its will on various locations, mankind had been playing its own game. Very few places have the best of everything and

Arunachal Pradesh is one such place. The state is rich with picturesque beauty that offers relaxation and rejuvenation. The place offers you peace and action. Places of worship or wildlife sanctuaries, you name it; the state has it. 

And Now What Are You Waiting For? Visit Arunachal Today

For domestic tourist ILP (Inner Line Permit) is required. For Foreign tourist PAP ( Protected Area Permit) is required

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Arunachal Tourism

Arunachal Pradesh department of Tourism have organized Arunachal Tourism Stakeholders Conclave on the Theme: Responsible Destinations & Rural Hospitality at Bomjir. Tourism Stakeholders representing 14 districts of eastern Arunachal attended the conclave by as many as 71 participants amongst transport operators, adventure tourism operators, tour operators, homestay and hospitality infrastructure owners, food providers, elected members & departmental officials attended the conclave held at Bomjir, the venue of Orange Festival of Adventure and Music.The meet was formally initiated by Deputy Director (HRD) of Arunachal Pradesh in the presence of 7 tourism experts and resource persons.
The participants were also introduced to the Himalayan Orange Tourism trekking trail at Kapang village in Dambuk. A poetry Book titled ‘Waves’ written by Former Deputy Director, Shri Serphow Nimasow was released on this occasion as a part of India G20 Rural Tourism workshops for Sustainable Destinations in Arunachal Pradesh.
The session was started by Raj Basu, who introduced the need of this program as the next step towards Rural Tourism and Homestay Hospitality in the context of sustainable development and the G-20 role.
Deputy Director, Smt.Bengia Manna Sonam spoke about the background of the Department of Tourism and the role in Human Resource Development, especially for rural communities across the state.

An introduction was delivered by John Panye, President of APTOA on the historical aspect of Tourism and the present status in the state. He also stressed on the immediate need for such futuristic programs which will give a special branding to the state.This was followed by the session by Sunil Chauhan and Pemba Tshering, where the participants were made to do exercise on how they would like to create Responsible Tourism Destinations.
The 3rd session on Rural hospitality was delivered by Soumitra Kar and Narbu Lama. This was followed by an elaborate session on waste management by Merwin Coutinho. The new approach of not to transfer, but to transform waste by local villagers was discussed.

The evening was dedicated to the valedictory function presided by Shri.Abu Tayeng, Director of Arunachal Pradesh Tourism who stressed on the need for such trainings which would reflect on the new narrative for the policy which include sustainability as the core. He focused on high value Tourism in villages through outside investors.
The Chief Guest, Laisem Simai spoke on the need for such inclusive farsighted events which would empower local villagers to celebrate and find their livelihood with the local skill based on local wisdom. . He said that he would be happy to take the inputs for the India G-20 initiative as the Arunachalee Model of Responsible Tourism.
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Arunachal Pradesh department of Tourism have organized Arunachal Tourism Stakeholders Conclave on the Theme: Responsible Destinations & Rural Hospitality at Bomjir. Tourism Stakeholders representing  14 districts of eastern Arunachal attended the conclave by as many as  71 participants amongst transport operators, adventure tourism operators, tour operators, homestay and hospitality infrastructure owners, food providers, elected members & departmental officials attended the conclave held at Bomjir, the venue of Orange Festival of Adventure and Music.The meet was formally initiated  by Deputy Director (HRD)  of Arunachal Pradesh in the presence of 7 tourism experts and resource persons. 
The participants were also introduced to the Himalayan Orange Tourism trekking trail at Kapang village in Dambuk. A poetry Book titled ‘Waves’ written by Former Deputy Director, Shri Serphow Nimasow was released on this occasion as  a part of India G20 Rural Tourism  workshops for Sustainable Destinations in Arunachal Pradesh.
The session was started by Raj Basu, who introduced the need of this program as the next step towards Rural Tourism and Homestay Hospitality in the context of sustainable development and the G-20 role.
Deputy Director, Smt.Bengia Manna Sonam spoke about the background of the Department of Tourism and the role in Human Resource Development, especially for rural communities across the state.
 
An introduction was delivered by John Panye, President of APTOA on the historical aspect of Tourism and the present status in the state. He also stressed on the immediate need for such futuristic programs which will give a special branding to the state.This was followed by the session by Sunil Chauhan and Pemba Tshering, where the participants were made to do exercise on how they would like to create Responsible Tourism Destinations.
The 3rd session on Rural hospitality was delivered by Soumitra Kar and Narbu Lama. This was followed by an elaborate session on waste management by Merwin Coutinho. The new approach of not to transfer, but to transform waste by local villagers was discussed.
 
The evening was dedicated to the valedictory function presided by Shri.Abu Tayeng, Director of Arunachal Pradesh Tourism who stressed on the need for such trainings which would reflect on the new narrative for the policy which include sustainability as the core. He focused on high value Tourism in villages through outside investors. 
The Chief Guest, Laisem Simai spoke on the need for such inclusive farsighted events which would empower local villagers to celebrate and find their livelihood with the local skill based on local wisdom. . He said that he would be happy to take the inputs for the India G-20 initiative as the Arunachalee Model of Responsible Tourism.Image attachmentImage attachment
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