13 destinations to explore in Arunachal Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh literally "land of dawn-lit mountains" is the northeasternmost state of India. It borders the states of Assam and Nagaland to the south. It shares international borders with Bhutan in the west, Myanmar in the east, and China in the north, with which the border is the McMahon Line. Itanagar is the state capital.z
Anjaw is an administrative district in the state of Arunachal Pradesh in north-east India. It is a newly created district, having been split from Lohit district on 16 February 2004 under the Arunachal Pradesh Re-organization of Districts Amendment Bill.
showered with Bio-diversity and covered with picturesque hills lies in the southeastern corner of Arunachal Pradesh, is the eastern most part of India, having international boundary with Myanmar (Burma), where the morning Sun light first touches the Horizon of the eastern Mountain ranges of the district while the rest of the Country still napping in their cozy beds waiting for the emergence of the dawn of the day.
East Kameng district is situated in the Western part of Arunachal Pradesh surrounded by West Kameng in the west, Papumpare in the East, Part of Lower Subansiri and Macmohan (International Boundary) line in the North and Sonitpur District of Assam in the South covering an area of 4134 sq kms. The entire district barring a small area on the southernmost tip of Assam is mountainous.
The East Siang District is a wild mountainous area and presents a remarkable topographical variety. The Name of the district is derived from the Mighty River Siang that, originating from Tibet, where it is called Tsangpo, transcends down and flows through the entire length of the area until it descends down into the plains of Asam south of Pasighat town, where it meets Dihang and Lohit and becomes the Brahmaputra.
In the easternmost tip our country lies this enchanting land namely LOHIT(also Lohit) district of Arunachal Pradesh which is known for its pristing scenic beauty. Lohit named after the mighty river that meanders across the mountaineous region from Tibet and enters India at DICHU village of KIBITHOO circle of Anjaw district and gushes down to meet the mighty BRAHMAPUTRA in the plains of Assam.
The district rises from the Himalayan foothills to the middle ranges with the highest point of Mayudia at a height of 2655 meters from mean sea level. Snow-capped peaks, turbulent rivers, mystic valleys and abundance of rich flora & fauna are a few attraction of the district. The district is well known for its largest cover of thick green forest with almost 80% of the area being notified as reserved forest, wild life sanctuaries or unclassified state forests.
The District of Lower Subansiri, which is lying approx between 92º40′ and 94°21′ East Longitude and 26°55″ and 28°21′ North Latitudes, covers an area of 3,460 (approx) Sq.km., is bounded on the North by Kurung-Kumey and Upper Subansiri Districts of Arunachal; on the South by Papum Pare District of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam ; on the East by West Siang and some part of Upper Subansiri ; and on the West by Kurung-Kumey and Papumpare Districts of Arunachal Pradesh. The altitude of Lower Subansiri
The Namsai district of Arunachal Pradesh is a foothill district. It was carved out of Lohit District in 2014 and became the 18th District of the state. The District is situated at north easternmost part of the country and lies between 95.45 to 96.20 E longitudes/ 27.30 to 27.55 N latitudes with a geographical area of about 1587 sqkm. The district is surrounded by Tinsukia district of Assam in the West & South West, Changlang district in the South & South East, Anjaw & Lohit in the East and Lohit
Tawang district is the smallest of the 16 administrative districts of Arunachal Pradesh in northeastern India.With a population of 49,977, it is the eighth least populous district in the country
The topography of the district is mostly mountainous. A greater part of it falls within the higher mountain zone, consisting of a mass of tangled peaks and valleys. In West Kameng there are three principle mountain chains – part of Sela range, Bomdila range and Chaku range. The Sela range consists of a series of mountains arranged in the form of a big line from Tibet in the north to Bhutan in the west and thus forming a tough terrain to pass through. The altitude of Sela range varies from 14,000
West Siang District with its HQ at Aalo, bounded on the North by China, on the East by Upper Siang & Siang districts, on the South by Lower Siang & Assam and on the West by Upper Subansiri & Lower Subansiri districts of Arunachal Pradesh. The homeland of various tribes like Galo, Minyong, Bori, Bokar, Pailibo, Ramos, Memba form a natural abode for many species of orchids, diverse flora & fauna endowed with a dense vegetation, and a wide range of climatic and geographical variations, the district
Map of destinations in Arunachal Pradesh