Arunachal Pradesh translates to ‘the land of dawn lit mountains’ which is exactly what this place is all about. When you come here, the first thing you will see is the beautiful pine forest mountains that are combined with some breath taking hill streams gushing down the slopes. The culture, tradition and the lifestyle are still prominent in this state is not very well connected to cities.
Arunachal Pradesh is also popular for the beautiful flora and fauna which is a rare phenomenon to find. There are beautiful sub tropical forests and high meadows which is natural beauty at its very best. If you love nature and want to get close to it, Arunachal Pradesh is the best place to pick for a holiday.
About Arunachal Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh is the one and only state in India that has no recorded history prior to the 16th century. He Chinese invaded Arunachal Pradesh for a long time and this influence is still prominent in this state even today. Tourism is encouraged in this state and people from all over the world are encouraged to come and witness the natural beauty of this state.
Things To Do
Arunachal Pradesh is the first state in the country of India where the sun rises. When here, make sure to check the sunrise and sunset. There are some beautiful monasteries that you can explore here. There is also a wildlife sanctuary which has some amazing wildlife. Arunachal Pradesh is well known for some of the best handicraft items that you can buy. This state is also popular for amazing outdoor activities including boating, trekking, angling and water rafting to name a few.
The food here is simple, scrumptious and very traditional and it something you must try when in Arunachal Pradesh.
Best Time To Visit
The climate of Arunachal Pradesh is cooler in comparison to most of the other Northeastern states in India. This is mainly because Arunachal Pradesh is situated at a high altitude. Summers are warm, but not hot and the maximum temperature in this state is about 35 degrees C. The winters can tend to get very cold with temperatures that drop as low as 14 degrees C. The rainfall that this state witnesses are high and it is not easy to move around here during this time. It is thus best to avoid visiting Arunachal Pradesh in the monsoon. The Losar festival is popular in this state and it takes place in December which is also the best time to visit Arunachal Pradesh.