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Frequently Asked Questions About Arunachal Pradesh

What is the Best Time to Visit Arunachal Pradesh?

You can visit Arunachal Pradesh any time of year, except during monsoon season (because of heavy rainfalls). However, most of the tourist hotspots in Arunachal Pradesh are famous for its winter or snowy landscapes. So, the ideal time to visit Arunachal Pradesh would be in between October and April.

What is Special About Arunachal Pradesh?

Arunachal Pradesh, also called as the land of the rising Sun, is popular for its snow-clad mountaineous landscapes, waterfalls, lakes, and natural beauties in their purest forms, and also the beautiful tribes.

What are the main Tourist Destinations in Arunachal Pradesh?

The main tourist destinations in Arunachal Pradesh are:
  • Tawang: Tawang region offers high altitude landscapes and a spectrum of tourist attractions that no other region in the Northeast India offers. It has snow-clad mountains, waterfalls and frozen lakes, beautiful old monasteries, and some of the highest passes in India.
  • Bum La Pass: Bum La Pass is a very high altitude pass 37 kilometers away from Tawang, which acts as border between India and China. It is situated at aroud 15,200 feet above of mean sea level.
  • Se La Pass: Se La Pass or Sela Pass is a beautiful pass, situated at around 13,700 feet above mean sea level, marks the entry to Tawang district. Apart from the snow-clad mountains, there is a beautiful lake in the Sela Pass.
  • Ziro: Ziro is a valley in Arunachal Pradesh that offers wide valley view landscapes with paddy fields and mountains in the backdrop. Ziro is also famous for its annual music festival.
  • Mechuka: Mechuka is a very beautiful high-altitude valley in Arunachal Pradesh. It is popular for trekking and and pictureque landscapes of hanging bridges over the Siang River.
  • Bomdila and Dirang: Bomdila and Dirang are two adjacent destinations that falls en-route to Tawang. Bomdila is a high altitude hill station, and Dirang is a valley. Both of them offers unique sceneries with hilly landscapes.
  • Aalo and Daporijo: Aalo and Daporijo are two adjacent destinations that falls en-route to Mechuka. They are better known for the local tribes.
  • Mayodia Pass and Roing: Mayodia Pass is a beautiful pass in the eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh. It is situated at around 8,700 feet above of mean sea level. It offers snowy landscapes and panoramic views. Roing is another destination about 50 kilometers apart from Mayodia. It offers beautiful sceneries with hilly rivers.
  • Namsai and Parashuram Kund: Namsai is a beautiful Buddhist township which houses a beautiful Golden Pagoda. About 80 kilometers apart, Parashuram Kund is located which offers high altitude scenic beauty and an exotic view of Brahmaputra River with extreme rapids.
  • Namdapha National Park: Namdapha National Park is situated in easternmost Arunachal Pradesh, and it houses hundreds of species of flora and fauna. It has a tiger reserve, too.
  • Dong: Dong is a village in the easternmost town of India, Walong. Dong valley receives the first sunlight in India.

How do I Plan a Trip to Arunachal Pradesh?

It is difficult to cover entire Arunchal Pradesh in a single trip, unless you've more than 30 days in your hand. So, to plan a trip to Arunachal Pradesh, you must single out a destination first. And then, you can start planning for that place. Planning a trip to Arunachal Pradesh will require advance hotels and taxi bookings, as hotels are very limited in certain parts. Please refer our itineraries to get some ideas.

Is there snowfall in Arunachal Pradesh?

Yes, Arunachal Pradesh witness heavy snowfall in certain high altitude region. It is worth noting that Arunachal Pradesh is a large state, and topography varies from region to region.

Is permit required to visit Arunachal Pradesh?

Yes, you will need Inner Line Permit (ILP) to visit Arunachal Pradesh.

How do I get the permit (ILP) to visit Arunachal Pradesh?

Inner Line Permits (ILP) can be obtained online from Arunachal Pradesh Government's dedicated website. Alternatively, you can obtained the permits offline by visiting the Arunachal Pradesh tourism office or the Arunachal House or the Office of Deputy Resident Commissioner situated in New Delhi or Kolkata or Guwahati. The Guwahati Airport also has a dedicated stall for obtaining ILP.
Note that ILPs are included in our tour package cost.