Arunachal Pradesh Tourism Info On City Tour – The Unexplored Paradise

Pasighat is the oldest town and has been often called the ‘gateway of the state of Arunachal Pradesh‘ and derives its name from the ‘Pasis’, a tribe of the area and with its breathtaking hillside and lush-green river valleys domesticated by a galaxy of tribes, the area is a tourists delight and photographers’ paradise . To reach the Daying Ering Wild Life Sanctuary around this area, you would have to cruise through the river Siang by boat. During the month of September-February, a variety of migratory birds like cranes, wild ducks, storks, water fowls and hornbills come here from far off places making it a ‘bird’s paradise’. Deers, wild elephants, buffaloes and smaller predators are also abundant, and the lucky visitor may also have a glimpse of the Tiger. Pangin stands at the confluence of the rivers Siom and Siang that presents a spectacular sight as the blue waters of Siom meet the green Siang, creating a beauty beyond the beautiful, absolutely bewildering! For the adventure loving people, Pasighat has a great scope for adventure sports such as river rafting, trekking and fishing and angling. An inner line permit is required for the tourists to visit this town that can be arranged from the liaison officers. Accommodations are available in the Siang Guest House, Circuit house and Inspection Bungalow. Hotel accommodation is also available in the city and paying guest accommodation can be managed too on prior intimation. For the nature lovers, tented tourist camps with modern amenities are available and comfortable government inspection bungalows are also available at nearby places of interest.

Itanagar Arunachal Pradesh Buddhist Temple

Occupying a saucer-shaped valley, Manipur’s capital Imphal is surrounded by hills on which the state flower, the siroi lily, grows. This is a hub for exploring the state, which has forested stretches, the largest fresh-water lake in the North-East and the rare brow antlered deer, the sangai. Meitei, the main community of Manipur, has an interesting Vaishnavite culture. It would be worth visiting Sri Govindaji Temple, Khwairamband, and Kangla Fort. Other places around the area to view are Bishnupur, Moirang, Loktak Lake, and Kaina. Spread in an area of 40 sq km, Keibul Lamjao National Park is another Wildlife Sanctuary, worth a visit!

Contemporary Shillong is a small town, inhabited by a church-going, guitar-and-piano-playing population, glorifying its restaurants and tourist infrastructure, Indian heritage manors, waterfalls, golfing, and Shillong peaks and museums. The Umiam Khwan (Barapani), near Shillong, offers water sports facilities including sailing, water skiing, water scooter The Orchid Lake Resort and the adjacent Lum Nehru Park is an ideal quiet holiday spot. The Botanical Garden is a secluded but captivating area with a plethora of indigenous and exotic plants and is located just below another notable site, the Ward’s Lake.

Arunachal Pradesh - The Unexplored Paradise

High above the hazy valleys and foaming rivers, hidden in the rolling clouds and perched on an headland, lies Cherrapunji, in the north eastern state of Meghalaya, a spectacular location with the year-round rain. Long ago, it had earned the coveted place in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the wettest place on the earth. This is one place all over the world, where the rainfall can be recorded in feet rather than in millimeters. This pristine land with ever-lasting beauty, is perhaps the only place in India, which has just one season, – the monsoon. The rainfall varies from heavy to medium to light, but there is no month without rain. Another surprising fact about Cherrapunji Meghalaya is that, it rains mostly at night, and day-to-day activity does not really get disrupted by the downpour! The alluring, spectacular and cascading Mawsmai Falls, – the fourth highest in India, lie just a few kilometers beyond Cherrapunji.

North East India Tourist Attraction

Nagaland in the north eastern part of India is a trekker’s paradise and this thrilling land offers bountiful trekking opportunities. The physiology of this region is hilly and mountainous with lush green surroundings and the environment is salubrious, providing a healthy atmosphere to the tourists. For a driving and daring leisure seeker, few destinations in the world would match the trekking dimensions of Nagaland.

It is a delightful treat for the tourists, who keep interest in the nature, to come across some very rare and exceptional steep mountainous ranges that you could have ever imagined! Here you will not converse with the only snow laden stiff mountains, but also with mountains bounded with soft extended greeneries, abundant lilies in full bloom, surrounded by bountiful  of rare orchids. But, if you really want to go for a challenging mountaineering trip, then northeast India does possess that itinerary in its bag. Sikkim is the place with frozen surroundings and some of the tallest peaks of the world to provide you with the most tantalizing, mountain peaks, those which are highest in the world. This a dream place for the mountaineers, who are passionate about this challenging adventure. 

North East India Tourist Attraction

If you are in the extreme north east India, then you don’t have to crush the glaciers, nor do you need to carry heavy woollens to avoid the biting chill to go ahead, but, you will be impelled to cherish the abundant ambience around. This is the best choice for the tourists, who are inclined towards mountaineering, but have to resist because most of the destinations available for mountaineering around are snow covered throughout the year.

White water rafting has become one of the most liked attractions in this region and In the past few years, it has been accepted by the few states of northeast India and can be experienced at the mighty Brahmaputra river.

For shopping, fabrics such as muga silk, cotton, kantha work and handlooms are very famous purchases in the North-East region. There are shops lined up with bamboo and cane products, and colourful stalls are full with local village produce such as forest honey, souvenirs like handmade knives, bags, shawls, bamboo cutlery and other crafts, including fruit such as saying and saflang, sold wrapped in banana leaves. You may also pick up the Jainsayem, the traditional Khasi skirt or Khasi jackets, pullovers and shawls! Packets of dried wild apples and gooseberries are also available for the tourists to carry along with them. Artefacts made of wood, bronze, brass, metal and stone and thangkas, curios and statues of different deities are also tempting purchases!

Sikkim Sightseeing City Tour Attractions

For the gastronomical fare, there are restaurants serving simple food like noodles, vegetables, dal, rice, roti, tandoori food and snacks. You would also find fast food spots selling éclairs, cookies, ice-creams, sundaes, cakes, pastries, croissants, pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, muffins, pancakes, milk shake, cold coffee, hot tea and coffee. Excellent Chinese, Japanese and Korean food is served in some outlets. Piping hot momos and ubiquitous little shops selling a rice-and-pork preparation would be an interesting experience. Ofcourse, multi-cuisine fare consisting of Indian, Chinese,Tibetan and International food  along with khasi specialities is also available!

The cold weather lasts from October to February and the rest of the year is rainy-Assam. The climate in Arunachal Pradesh is highly hot and humid at the lower altitudes and in the valleys wrapped by marshy thick forest particularly in the eastern region, while it becomes too cold in the higher altitudes. The rainfall is amongst the heaviest in the country. The Meghalayan sky seldom remains free of clouds and it is neither too warm in summer nor too cold in winter,The climate  is temperate with cool summers and not-so-cold winters in Mizoram. Rains are heavy in Nagaland but the climate is pleasant.  Tripura enjoys a typical monsoonal climate with differences ranging from sub-tropical to temperate conditions in hilly areas. Manipur has a pleasant climate throughout the year and rainfall from June to October. In Sikkim, for most of the period in a year, the climate is cold and humid as rainfall occurs in each month.