The state of Arunachal Pradesh is situated on the north-eastern part of the country and shares its borders with the neighbouring countries of Bhutan, Myanmar and Tibet. Arunachal Pradesh the largest state in the country amongst the group of north eastern states. The boundaries of the state are marked with the presence of the Himalayan range of mountains in the east and the Brahmaputra river plains in the south. The various rivers which flow through this region includes Kameng River, Lohit River, Siang, Subansiri etc.
The state has an enriching wildlife to its credit. There are a large number of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries which can be found in this region, which act as an abode to the rare species of plants, animals and birds. The highest diversity in the population of mammals can be found in the region of Arunachal Pradesh. More than 700 species of birds can also be traced in this region, making the region a heaven for the bird watchers.
A lot of places act as a tourist attraction in this state. The Tawang Monastery, which is a beautiful accommodation of the Buddhist Monks at a height of 3000 m provides one of the amazing experience to the tourists. The sea lake near the Bomdila, which possess the bamboo bridges act as one of the fascinating aspects of the overhanging river.
There are some local attractions in the state capital, Itanagar. Some of them include the picturesque ganga lake, Itanagar wildlife sanctuary and Namdapha national park. With a number of scenic towns offering breathtaking view of the surrounding landscape, Arunachal Pradesh is popularly known as the nature’s treasure trove. Arunachal Pradesh is amongst the most richest and diverse regions in the whole of Asia.