Tourist Attractions of Arunachal Pradesh

Tourist attractions of Arunachal Pradesh vary from dense forests covered hills, mountains and valleys, colorful tribes with their interesting social customs and identical life style, temples, and monasteries. These attractions contribute to the steep increase in Arunachal Pradesh tourism.

This mountain state can be visited in the months of October to April. The climate is cheering throughout the year except rainy season. The tourist’s attractions in Arunachal Pradesh range from adventure sports like rafting, angling and trekking for the adventure tourists. The other attractions are the festive celebrations of the tribal’s displaying the ultimate traditional dances and music. The tourist places in Arunachal Pradesh include historic monuments, temples and Buddhist monasteries.

The Bhismaknagar fort is one of the oldest archaeological sites of the state displaying various artifacts. Tawang with century old monastery, dragon gates, waterfalls and pristine lakes is located on the heights of the Himalayas. The place is serene due to its isolation from the rest of the world. The snowcapped summits, Rocky Mountains, hill slopes, and old Monasteries rising in the skyline, are the treasures of Tawang. Bomdila is known for its scenic beauty along with its Buddhist monasteries, apple orchids and folk art museum. With its numerous trekking trails it attracts the adventure lovers. The distinguished tourist’s attractions of Itanagar are Polo Park, Buddhist temple and Ganga Sekhi Lake. Around forty km from Tezu is Parasuram kund a prospering town, famous for its scenic beauty. Every year during Parsuram mela held in the month of January thousands of pilgrims visit this place from all parts of India. Namdapha national park is having the richest flora and fauna in the Indian subcontinent.

Arunachal Pradesh is the best tourist destination in northern India. Especially for the adventure tourists and families interested in visiting serene locations in the neck of the woods. One can get familiar with the art, artifacts, festivals, life style and the tribal culture of the local tribes while visiting Arunachal Pradesh.

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