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Arunachal: The Land of Dawnlit Mountains & The Land of Rising Sun
Tawang: Located at a height of about 3048m, is known for many important and beautiful monasteries and is famous as the birth place of Dalai Lama. The beautiful town of Tawang, also pronounced as Dawang has many sceneries to make your trip a picturesque one. However, what begins to define the area is its significance for Buddhist monks. Tawang is the place to go for monasteries, with the Tawang Monastery being the most popular one and extremely sacred for the Buddhists. Tawang is a place which will flatter you with its natural beauty wrapped in the scent of spirituality. The beautiful orchid sanctuary and the Tipi Orchid Sanctuary is also an ideal place for your list of places to visit. Along with this one can have their taste buds to have an experience of Tawang by indulging into the area's unique cuisine.
  • Taktsang Gompa

  • Gorichen Peak

  • Sela Pass

  • Tibetan Settlement Market

  • Nuranang Waterfalls

  • Shonga-Tser Lake

  • The Dragon Restaurant

  • Madhuri Lake

Ziro: The cradle to a unique tribal group and a balmy climate, Ziro is the peace seeker's paradise. Ziro is a quaint old town in Arunachal Pradesh, home to the Apa Tani tribe and famous for its pine hills and rice fields. Its cool weather in summer is its major attraction. It is famous for its pine-clad gentle hills around it and rice field all around. Ziro is home to the Apatani tribe.

  • Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Meghna Cave Temple.

  • Kile Pakho

  • Midey

  • Ziro Puto

Bomdila: With the majestic Himalayas bestowing their shadow, the beautiful town of Bomdila will offer you all an area in this terrain should. Other than sceneries and views making the area a visual treat for the eyes, wrapped around in a cool breeze and pleasant climate, the area will offer you a number of spots such as temples and wildlife sanctuaries. Both Buddhist and Hindu temples are to be found here. Some of the other places to be visited include a number apple orchards and The Eagle Nest Wildlife Sanctuary, which is just a little away. The visitors can also indulge in the arts and crafts popular in the area, as well as trekking and hiking complemented by the terrain. The proximity to the Himalayas can offer sights capable of casting spells on the viewer.

  • Bomdila Monastery

  • Bomdila War Memorial and Viewpoint

  • Sessa Orchid Sanctuary

  • Dirang Valley

  • Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary

Itanagar: With the snow-capped Himalayas towering on the northern end and the fertile Brahmaputra river plains on the southern, Itanagar is a natural paradise. Recently opened to tourists by the government, the heritage and tribal culture of the city, which is decades and centuries-old, is still intact. The 15th-century Ita-Fort, legendary Ganga Lake which is locally known as Gyakar Sinyi and the Buddha Vihar, consecrated by Dalai Lama are among the most important attractions here. The amicable weather throughout the year makes it a tourist's delight. The town of Yupia shares its attractions with Itanagar. Hence, the two can be covered simultaneously.

  • Ganga Lake

  • Ita Fort

  • Gompa Buddhist Temple

  • Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum

  • Indra Gandhi Park

  • Polo Park

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