Arunachal Pradesh is one of the 29 states of india and is the northeastern-most state of the country. Arunachal Pradesh borders the states of Assam and Nagaland to the south and shares international borders with Bhutan in the west, Myanmer in the east and is separated from China in the north by the disputed Mcmohan Line . Itanagar is the capital of the state.A major part of the state is claimed by the China, and the people’s republic of China eferring to it as “Soth Tibet”. The major part of the state which is claimed by China, was temporarily occupied by Chinese forces during the 1962 war.Land of the Dawn-Lit Mountains is the sobriquet for the state in sanskrit it is also known as the Orchid State of India or the Paradise of the Botanists. Geographically, it is the largest of the North-eastern states known as the Seven Sister States.
Best Travelling places in Arunachal Pradesh:
Arunachal Pradesh best time to visit:
February to July & September to December.Snowfall time December & February.
Day 1-Guwahati – Bhalugpong
On your arrival at the Guwahati airport or Railway station, our tour representative will meet you and help you continue your journey to Bhalukpong. On reaching Bhalukpong, check in at the hotel, have your lunch and rest. In the evening, head out to explore the local sites. You can also visit the Bhalukpong Fort, which was built during the 10th-century and is a symbol of the ancient glory of the place.Return to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 2-Bhalugpong – Dirang
Today after breakfast, you will enjoy a scenic drive to Dirang. En route, visit the beautiful Tipi Orchid Center spreading over 112.8 acres of land and research rare orchids. On reaching Dirang, check in at the hotel and head out to visit the Dirang Dzong and a Monpa Village. Also, visit the nearby Monpa Village to experience colorful cultural activities and dance and explore constructing houses with bamboo and mud that save them from chilled weather.Return to your hotel and enjoy an overnight stay at Dirang.
Day 3-Dirang – Tawang
Today after breakfast, you will head to Tawang. En route, you will visit Sela Pass. Here, you can enjoy a breathtaking Himalayan vista along with one of the most beautiful lakes in India. Also, visit Jaswant Garh, a site to remember the martyrs of the 1962 Indo-China War and the Nunarang Fall, one of the most dramatic waterfalls in India. Once you reach Tawang, check in at your hotel. The evening is at your leisure.Enjoy an overnight stay at Tawang.
Day 4-Tawang Local Sightseeing
Today after breakfast, head out to visit Tawang Monastery. It offers a commanding and picturesque view of the Tawang-chu Valley. It appears like a fort guarding the vast valley below from a distance. After that, you will visit Urgelling Monastery – the birthplace of the Sixth Dalai Lama & Ani Gompa, which the female monks run. After a late lunch and refreshment, visit the Tawang War Memorial. The evening at leisure.Enjoy overnight stay in Tawang.
Day 5-Tawang Bumla Pass & Madhuri Lake
Wake up early in the morning, enjoy breakfast, and get ready to explore some more in Tawang. Visit Madhuri Lake and Pangateng Tso Lake.Bumla Pass (China Border) Once done, get back to the hotel. The rest of the time is free at leisure. Enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel in Tawang.
Note: Tour to Madhuri Lake and Pangateng Tso Lake is subjected to weather conditions.
Day 6-Tawang -Bomdila
Today after breakfast, you will drive to Bomdila. En route, visit Nag Temple & Gontse Garden Rabgye Ling Monastery. On arrival, check in at the hotel. If time permits, visit the popular Craft Center at Bomdila. Female traders run the Craft Center at Bomdila. Here you can buy wooden and bamboo products and colorful clothes made by the people of nearby villages. Also, visit the museum to get the essence of the culture and lifestyle of the local people.Return to the hotel and enjoy an overnight stay at Bomdila.
Day 7-Bomdila – Kaziranga National Park
Greet the day with a toothsome breakfast and check-out from the hotel. Today, you will be transferred to Kaziranga, one of the must-visit tourist destinations in Assam. Tourists across the country visit Kaziranga every year to observe the one-horned rhinoceros, for which Kaziranga is renowned all over the world. The national park is spread across an area of about 430 square kilometers. Kaziranga is home to wondrous wildlife, including tigers, wild buffalo, gaur, leopard, stag, deer, hog, wild boar, and many beautiful migratory birds. On arrival, complete your check-in formalities at the hotel and relax. Enjoy your rest of the day free at leisure. Enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 8-Kaziranga National Park – Airport/Station Dropping
Wake up early in the morning, and get ready to enjoy the elephant safari from 5.30 AM to 6.30 AM in the western range of the national park. After that, return to the hotel and after breakfast visit Jeep Safari, and back to hotel after check out transfer to Guwahati Airport or station.