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Arunachal Pradesh is a magical, mystical and an enigmatic destination tucked away in the north eastern strip of India. It is one of the most compelling tourist destinations. The beauty of Arunachal Pradesh lies in its picturesque mountain ranges, verdant valleys and swift rivers. The historical significance of various structures situated here is another major tourist attraction.

Arunachal Pradesh is the habitat of the most variegated, splendid and multilingual tribes of the world. Also, it boasts a unique habitat with high altitude meadows, glaciers, plethora of flora and fauna and the dense sub-tropical forests. The glistening rivers which meander through the state of Arunachal Pradesh add to the beauty.

The wildlife of Arunachal Pradesh is rich and diverse. It includes tigers, elephants, jungle cats, leopards and some red pandas and white gibbons. The local people here have a fantastic taste for their songs, crafts and various cultural activities. As a tourist touring this part of India on India holiday packages, you are sure to be entertained.

Western Arunachal Pradesh - Itanagar, Bhalukpong, Tawang


The western part of Arunachal Pradesh is dominated by the likes of Itanagar, Bhalukpong and Tawang. These are the most important places and are great tourist spots. Itanagar is the capital city of Arunachal Pradesh and holds famous forts and monuments.

Places of Interest include Gekar-Sinyi Lake and the State Museum.

Also known as the Ganga Lake by the locals, the Gekar-Senyi Lake is 6 kilometres from Itanagar. The forest around this place boasts some exotic breeds of birds and animals. The famous hornbill can be found here. You can spend a worthwhile evening here with your loved ones. The lake is a scenic place to spend some quality time.

The state museum is another major attraction for the tourists because of the wonderful collection and the effort put by the State to preserve tribal culture. It boasts rare ornaments, handicrafts, dresses and weapons that were used by the tribes in the earlier centuries. You can spend a couple of hours here before you can do some recreational activities like boating and nature walks. The nature walk in the night is hardly missed by any tourist visiting this part of Arunachal Pradesh.

Eastern Arunachal Pradesh - Khonsa, Changlang and Tirap, Namdapha


The Changad and Tirap districts of eastern Arunachal Pradesh are popular for tourists shopping. You can purchase some beautiful handicraft works, some mugs and smoking pipes carved in wood and brass. You can also buy a few shawls with pictures of tigers and wildlife imprinted on it. You can spend a day on this part of Arunachal Pradesh and have a great shopping experience. Khonsa, when you visit at the festival time, is an enchanting experience. There are colourful festivals and rituals for the tourists to enjoy.

Namdapha is a well administered tiger reserve that boasts the rare species of tigers. You can also find leopards, snow and clouded leopards here. This place is a visual treat for the tourists as they get to sight some very rare species of the world. On the whole, this part of Arunachal Pradesh will be an awesome experience with the right mix of culture, wildlife and shopping.
 

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