Nestled in the East of the Indian territory is the State of Arunachal Pradesh. Arunachal is a magnificent gateway which houses breathtaking views of the valley, astonishingly beautiful mountains, crystal clear lakes and tempting waterfalls. Arunachal is a must visit destination for those who want to roam around in the far east.
When you are left to wonder if nature has been kind enough to offer more to some parts of the world – then its right here in India – Its Arunachal Pradesh. Arunachal has plenty to offer – with places like Bomdilla, Tawang, Pasighat, Ziro, Roing, Bhalukpong and several others – Arunachal offers plenty for the nature lovers and enough tranquility and peace for those who want to get away from the hectic city life.
So what are you thinking? Lets go! Vishwa Yatra Holidays has a great trip planned for you to explore the north eastern state of Arunachal.
A perfect place set at an altitude of 8000 feet that offers a stunning view of the snow clad Himalayas – welcome to Bomdilla. If you think you have seen it all – then think again! Bomdilla is breathtaking – the cool climate and the apple orchards around make it much more interesting. Bomdilla also happens to be the center of crafts where local crafts are on display and makes it an interesting shopping destination as well.
Famous for its monasteries – Tawang is located at an altitude of 10,000 ft. Tibet to its north, Bhutan at the southwest and the breathtaking Sela range of West Kameng to its east, Tawang mesmarizes you with its scenic picturesque beauty. Not only with the views but Tawang has plenty to offer with the beautiful lakes around it and you will simply fall in love with Tawang. Interesting bit is that the tawang monastery is 400 year old and is one of the oldest and also happends to be the largest Indian monastery.
Yet another must visit destination in Assam (near accessible from Arunachal) is Kaziranga National Park. Kaziranga National Park is known to be one of the last bastions of the Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros. The protected area was established in 1904 following the efforts of Lady Curzon, the wife of Lord Curzon, the then Viceroy of India under the British Raj. Today the park is spread around an area of 430 square kilometers and is also known as a major ‘Tiger Reserve’ in India.
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