Arunachal Pradesh is a land where the aboriginals migrated from Tibet. However there are no records relating to the earlier history of this place except some oral literature and the number of historical ruins found mainly in the foot hills dating from the early Christian Era.
Arunachal was popularly called North Eastern Frontier Agency and was constitutionally a part of Assam. Until 1965, the Ministry of External Affairs administered it and later by the Ministry of Home Affairs through the Governor of Assam. The tribe consisted of the Daflas, Bangnis, Monpas and they were influenced by Buddhist ideals.
All about Arunachal Pradesh: Welcome to the mystical land of bliss – Arunachal Pradesh. It is also known as the ‘Land of the Dawn-lit Mountains’. The beautiful state lies on the foothills of the Himalayas. Arunachal Pradesh is one of the major tourist attractions in India. The lush green forests, the snow capped mountains, the coy streams, the gurgling rivers and the mysterious valleys; everything about this Place is awe inspiring.
The beautiful cities of Arunachal Pradesh are Itanagar, Tawang, Basar, Bhalukpong / Tipi, Malinithan and Ziro, Itanagar being the capital. Each city has something marvelous to offer. To know the different culture, rituals, religion, delicacies you need to visit every city in Arunachal Pradesh. The beautiful amalgamation is sure to blow your minds off.
Places you should not miss out: Wildlife lovers are sure to find their dram destination with our Arunachal Pradesh tours. With the rich flora and fauna the place possesses a huge range of national park and wildlife sanctuary that will give you and amazing time. The wildlife of Arunachal Pradesh consists of Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary, Eagle's Nest Wildlife, Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kamlang Wildlife Sanctuary, Kane Wildlife Sanctuary, Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary, Mouling National Park, Namdapha National Park, Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, Daying Ering Sanctuary, Sessa Orchid Sanctuaryand Dr. D. Ering Memorial Wildlife.
For religious travelers, our Arunachal Pradesh tour is sure not to disappoint you. Different religious groups have their individual attractions in this mystical place. The major religious places that attracts tourists are Bomdila Monastery, Urguelling Monastery, Nunneries of Tawang, Tawang Monastery, Parashuram Kund - Parasuramkonda, Malinithan, Akashiganga. Bask in the glory of serenity in these holy places of Arunachal Pradesh. Let this religious tour to Arunachal Pradesh rejuvenate your body and soul.
If you love history, the museums that you can visit on our Arunachal Pradesh tour are sure to mesmerize you. The beautiful museums in Arunachal Pradesh that you must visit are Nehru Memorial Museum, Ita Fort and Bhishmaknagar Fort. And the most visited garden and picnic spot are Ganga Lake and Polo Park.
So be it for relaxing or for adventure, be it for historical facts or pilgrimage, our Arunachal Pradesh tour offers something for everyone. So just book with us and we give you the most wonderful vacation ever.
Best time to visit: Arunachal experiences subtropical and alpine types of climates. Therefore it neither has extreme cold in winters or heat in summers. The climate is pleasant all through the year. It experiences monsoon rains between the months of July and September. On an average the adventure destination receives two hundred and sixty six cm of rainfall annually. The best time to visit Arunachal Pradesh is between the months of October and March.
How to reach: By Air: The Lilabari Airport at 67 km and the Tezpur Airport 216 km of Assam cater to the air transportation to and from Itanagar.By Train: The railway station nearest to the adventure destination of Itanagar is North Lakhimpur in the state of Assam. It is at a distance of 60 km from Itanagar By Bus: At a distance of 10 km from Itanagar is the Naharlagun bus station. The excellent road network links Naharlagun with other important places like Guwahati, Shillong, Ziro, North Lakhimpur and Bomdila. You may board the buses run by the Arunachal Pradesh State Transport from Naharlagun.