Arunachal Pradesh means the “land of the rising sun” also known as “nature’s treasure trove” and “land of the Down-lit Mountains” because of its geographical location as the easternmost state of India where the morning sun greets the Indian soil. Arunachal Pradesh tourism offers a dazzling array of flora and fauna, a home to orchids and more than 600 species, snow capped mountains, dense forests, roaring rivers and many more. Tour to Arunachal Pradesh attracted the tourists from all over the world for numerous opportunities to enjoy the India holiday tour like rafting, hiking, mountaineering, angling and river rafting routes that include Kameng, Subansiri, Siang and Dibang.
Arunachal Pradesh is famous for its mountainous landscape situated on the northeastern tip of India bounded by independent countries of Bhutan on its West, the Tibet region of China on its Northern and North East border and Myanmar on the Eastern border. Tour to Arunachal Pradesh offers Arunachal's Namdapha National Park which the world’s greatest range of altitudes, seven wild life sanctuaries and four National Parks.
Tourist attractions of Arunachal Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh is famous all over the world for various tourist attractions that include
Tipi Orchidarium, Bhalukpong, Malinithan in Likabali, Bhishmaknagar Fort in Roing, Paparshuram Kund in Tezu, Nandapha National Park in Changlang, Mouling National Park in West Siang, Akashiganga in the East Siang. Some other tourist destinations are Miao famous for trekking, hiking and angling; Itanagar is famous for Itafort, Buddhist Monastery, Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Museum, Ganga Lake; Daporijo is known for trekking and angling on River Subansiri; Tawang is famous for 400 year old famous Buddhist Monastery, Sangester Lake, Gorsham Chorten, Nuranang falls and Singsar Ani Gompa; Dirang is famous for hot springs, Yak Research and Breeding Centre, Sheep Breeding farm; Bomdila attracts the tourists for Craft Centre and Buddhist monasteries and Bhalukpong is famous for Tipi Orchid Centre.