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Arunachal Pradesh appears as a giant blob of green on the map. This virgin and pristine land in the far eastern part of India is slowly opening its doors to tourism although a significant portion of ...

Arunachal Pradesh appears as a giant blob of green on the map. This virgin and pristine land in the far eastern part of India is slowly opening its doors to tourism although a significant portion of is still far out of tourism’s reach.

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    • Exploring the Unexplored Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh appears as a giant blob of green on the map. This virgin and pristine land in the far eastern part of India is slowly opening its doors to tourism although a significant portion of is still far out of tourism’s reach. One of India’s wildest and least explored destinations; Arunachal Pradesh is a land of lush river valleys, steep and beautiful mountains with snow clad peaks and exotic wildlife all promising an exceptional experience. One of the choicest places of holiday package in India, the land of the rising sun is anthropologically, culturally and geographically diverse. Arunachal Pradesh is home to over 26 indigenous tribes that contribute to its cultural values. Tawang is the most renowned part of Arunachal Pradesh but the state is a lot more vast, diverse and unexplored. There is something magical about exploring this piece of pristine land that words cannot justify. Tourists can seek the services of a professional tour operator in India and explore unspoiled Arunachal Pradesh. Here is a top list of things you should do when you visit this region.
    • 1. Tawang Gompa Tawang is blessed with emerald green meadows and is home to the most famous Tawang Gompa. Set amidst an exquisite backdrop, the monastery is the second largest in the world. Founded in 1681, the monastery is home to over 500 monks and the entire citadel resonates with the humming of young monks in prayer. This 113 feet long and 80 feet wide structure houses the 28 feet high golden Buddha. Your holiday package in Arunachal Pradesh, India is not complete without a visit to this monastery. 2. Ziro If trekking tickles the adventure spirit in you, you must visit Ziro. Deep green forests and snaking pathways offer scenic glimpses of the entire valley. Kardo Hills, Talley Wildlife Sanctuary and a number of rivers are some exotic getaways in this beautiful hill station.
    • 3. Namdapha National Park Wildlife represents India’s unique and exotic charm. While there are a number of animal reserves and national parks in the country; the Namdapha National Park has its own unique personality. Spread over 1985 sq.km of dense forest; this national park is home to four cat species that include the leopard, tiger, snow leopard and clouded leopard. Over 500 bird species are also recorded here. This attraction is a mandatory addition in packages operated by every tour operator in India. 4. Kameng River
    • With great rapids, the Kameng River is not for the amateur rafter in you. If you have the experience and the expertise; whitewater rafting in the mighty rapids of Kameng River will beat the thrill and excitement in you. 5 . Bomdila Bomdila is the most highly ranked tourist destination when it comes to any holiday package in India. Located 8000 feet above sea level, Bomdila is every photographer’s delight. Snow capped mountain ranges, Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary, Sessa Orchid Sanctuary, Dirang Valley and Apple Orchards are few of the attractions in Bomdila.
    • Make sure your travel itinerary planned by your chosen tour operator in India also includes destinations like camping along Daporijo Road, Madhuri Lake, Nuranang Falls, Pangateng Tso Lake, Gorichen Peak, Sella Pass and many other breathtaking valleys and forests.