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What You Should Know More About Tours in Arunachal Pradesh
Whether you are an energetic adventurist or a spiritual enthusiast, you will have a host of options to choose from on your magical journey to Arunachal Pradesh. Welcome to the Indian abode of virgin sun rays!
Ride the bike and travel to some of the most remote motorable roads in eastern India. This state is one of the most unexplored places in India. Fondly known as the “land of dawn lit mountains”, Arunachal Pradesh houses the place where India gets its first ray of sunrise, Dong. It is located at the confluence of Lohit and Sati rivers and it’s an absolute bliss witnessing the moment when the village glows orange-red in the morning, simply breathtaking!
Route: Jenging · Siang · Mariyang · Ranaghat · Mebo · Dibang · Roing · Mayodia pass · Balijan · Pasighat · Brahmaputra · Dibrugarh
Duration: 8 days
The rich heritage of art and crafts of Arunachal Pradesh is sure to add color to the cultural heritage of the country. While shopping at Arunachal Pradesh, you will find handicrafts items dominating the shopping areas. Arunachal Pradesh is famous for art & craft items. The handicraft of Arunachal is unique and exquisite, rare to find elsewhere.
Shop exclusively from these outlets and carry the richness of Arunachal heritage back with you to your home:
The spices of India makes a rich blend of variety of foods, gifting your tongue few of the best delicacies of Chinese, Tibetan and Indian food. Take a look of few of the best restaurants wherein you can get the best of the foods in Arunachal Pradesh:
The snow-capped mountain ranges of Arunachal have the tallest peaks of the world. Endowed with thick green forests with many streams and rivers, it serves as a fantastic destination for adventure-seekers. Adventure in Arunachal Pradesh is an experience of lifetime:
The spiritual charm that Arunachal is enveloped is an array of temples and monasteries strung on the chords of cultural history. The state that has been recognized as Buddhist centric will definitely surprise you with some exquisite churches and Hindu temples. The majestic and architecturally brilliant monasteries are certainly the highlight of the state, which are visited by a number of people from around the world thus making Arunachal a well acclaimed Buddhist pilgrimage destination. Enjoy the exquisiteness of the state:
Arunachal Pradesh is blessed with so many mountain rivers which include within mighty rapids. Nothing can beat the thrill and excitement of water adventures in Arunachal Pradesh.
With the dawn-lit interlocking mountains; plunging rivers; gregarious waterfalls; pastures dotted with orchids; dense forest; exquisite animals, and whatnot - there's no denying that Arunachal Pradesh is a big playground for the worldwide trekkers and hikers.
You will find a wide range of options when it comes to short trips from Arunachal Pradesh. From tea plantations to river islands, Arunachal Pradesh has something for all kinds of travelers. So here are some amazing weekend getaways from Arunachal Pradesh that you must visit on your short vacations.
In the magnificent highlands of the high-eastern Himalayas, Tibetan Buddhism has for ages survived and progressed true to its essence. Once contingent to that glorious free Tibet and ruled from Lhasa, the region today forms the western part of the forested state of Arunachal Pradesh. This land is proverbially beautiful; where the forests are massive, where plentiful fruits and flowers, high mountains, large rivers and humble cultures come alive in their awe and simplicity.
Arunachal Pradesh India is replete with numerous tribes and sub tribes with a discreet and rich culture. You can opt for tribal tours to experience these new world whee the variety of ethnic groups, communities, languages, class and religion resides. The socio- religious differences among the communities classify the people of the state into three broad categories.
Of these, the First group of people comprises of Monpas and Sherdukpens of Tawang and West Kameng districts who are the followers of Lamaistic tradition of Mahayana Buddhist sect.
The Second group includes the persons from Adis, Akas, Apatanis, Bangnis, Nishis, Mishmis, Mijis, Thongsas tribes whose deity God are the Sun and the Moon. The tribes of Noctes and Wanchos, significantly located in the Tirap district, form the Third group. These people believe in Vaishnavism.
Visit the monasteries in Arunachal Pradesh to get a feel of how culturally people are rooted in this land of history.
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