Pasighat Jengging-Yingkiong Tuting


Pasighat, the headquarters of East Siang district is located 270 km away from Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh. It is the oldest administrative center of the erstwhile NEFA. It is situated on the banks of the mighty river Siang, the main tributary of the mighty Brahmaputra river. Bounded by snowclad peaks, rocky mountains and a variety of flora & fauna, this circuit offers a unique opportunity for anyone who loves nature.

Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary

Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary (13 km from Pasighat) is spread over a cluster of river islands. A cruise through the Siang River is the only way to reach the sanctuary. One can reach there by cruising the Siang River. The unique ecosystem of this sanctuary has made it a natural habitat for different species of birds including migratory birds like cranes, wild ducks, storks, waterfowls, etc


Pasighat is the headquarters of East Siang district in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. Situated at 155 meters, Pasighat is the land of the mighty Siang and indigenous hanging bridges. Round cane rings, swinging strings, shattered wooden pavements dangling above the mighty Siang makes it a picture perfect moment of thrill and adventure.

Kekar Monying Black Rock

Is in the East Siang District. It is one of the important places of the state where memorials have been erected of Adis who fought with the British at this site on 4th December 1911 and died a heroic death. A stone cliff stands 50metres high with about 500metres in length.


This reserve covers a part of Jengging, Tuting, Gelling and Singa in Upper Siang district and Mippi and Anini in Dibang Valley district. It covers an area of 5111.5 sq km with altitudinal variation from 500 to 16000 ft height that leads to snow clad peaks and glacial lakes.

Mauling National Park

Mouling National Park (Jengging) is located at a distance of 195 km from Pasighat. Lush green vegetation and home to some rare wildlife such as Takins, Serow, Goral, Clouded Leopard, Black bear, Leopard, Red Panda, etc. During winter, large number of migratory birds are seen in this park.


Located at a distance of 180 km from Pasighat, it is the headquarters of Upper Siang district and is situated amidst beautiful landscape and natural beauty.