Arunachal Pradesh, a mysterious, magical and mystical land tucked away in the north eastern tip of India is one of the most compelling holiday destinations in India. This remotest outpost of the North Eastern states entices the adventurer with its picturesque mountain peaks, swift rivers and verdant valleys. Arunachal Pradesh - the habitat of the most splendid, variegated, multilingual tribal people of the world.

The frontier state of India, Arunachal Pradesh shares its border with Tibet (China), Bhutan and Myanmar (Burma). A unique habitat with glaciers, high altitude meadows, sub-tropical forests and an amazing array of flora and fauna, all this and more strewn generously with glistening water bodies and gushing rivers. Its dense forests, snow clad peaks, towering mountains and roaring rivers offer numerous opportunities for rafting, hiking, mountaineering or simply basking- in all it's beauty Arunachal Pradesh has more than 550 rare species of orchids and hundreds of species of rare plants, covering more than 60% of the total area. The wildlife is equally rich and varied, which includes elephants, tigers, leopards, jungle cats and also white gibbons, red pandas, the musk and the "Mithun" (BOS FRONTALIS).

The people with a glorious past have a deep sense of beauty that finds delightful expression in their songs, dances and crafts . Arunachal Pradesh ,one of the most sparsely populated states of India, covers an area of 83743 sq. Kms. This region acquired an independent political status in January 20, 1972, when it was declared as Union Territory under the name of Arunachal Pradesh. The state of Arunachal Pradesh Bill was passed by the Parliament in 1986 and with effect from February 20, 1987 Arunachal Pradesh became the 24th state of Indian Union. It is a land of lush green forests, deep river valleys and beautiful plateaus. The land is mostly mountainous with the Himalayan range along the northern borders criss-crossed with ranges running north-south. These divide the state into five river valleys: the Kameng, the Subansiri, the Siang, the Lohit and the Tirap. All these are fed by snow from the Himalayas and countless rivers and rivulets


    Tawang, the world of mystics and enchanting beauties, forms the westernmost district.

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    On the banks of the river Bharali at an elevation of 190 mtrs is Tipi, an orchidarium with over 7500 orchids.

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    The altitude is 4114m / 13494 ft. It is famous for high altitude lakes & scenic beauty& is ideal for ice skating.

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    Situated between Bomdila & Tawang, this place is located in the West Kameng district. There are apple orchards.

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    The Headquarter of West Kameng District is a small out-expanding town situated at a height of 8500 ft above MSL.

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    The town of Bhalukpong is located in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. The entire state is popular among tourists.

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