The most north-east of the North-East of India, Arunachal Pradesh is a step into a world of extraordinary beauty. Its name translating to “Land of Dawn-Lit Mountains, Arunachal Pradesh has also been called the “Paradise of Botanists” and “Orchid State of India.” Deep-rooted in aesthetics and culture heritage, Arunachal Pradesh has also become a part of a spiritual journey with Twang Monastery, an important Buddhist Pilgrimage located there. Abundant with cultural festivals in the land of Ziro, and bestowed with a bounty of the scenic beauty of hills, lands, and cave, Arunachal is one of the most frequented states of the North-East Region.
Tawang: Located 10,000 feet above sea level and is to the south of Tibet, Tawang is surrounded by clear water lakes which will capture your heart and mind with its beauty. The Tawang Monastery is a 400-year-old and one of the largest monasteries in India. It has a 28 ft high golden statue of Lord Buddha. The Sela Pass is among the highly visited tourist destinations here, other places which can be visited in Tawang are Taktsang Gompa, Gorichen Peak, Shonga-tser Lake, Nuranang Waterfalls, Pankang Teng Tso Lake, Bumla Pass, and Jaswant Garh.
Roing: Roing is blessed with a diverse terrain. It is situated on the bank of Dibang River. The tranquil tourist spot is amidst the valley, making its location an absolute beauty. Roing consists of ancient archaeological sites and amazing waterfalls. The famous Nehru Van Udyan is a stunning forest park on the banks of Deopani River. On the outskirts of Roing, you can also spot vibrant orange orchards. The other places which are also worth a visit are Mehao Lake and Sally Lake.
Pasighat: It is 270 km from Itanagar and is one of the oldest towns of Arunachal Pradesh. It is named as the gateway to Arunachal Pradesh. The main tributary of Brahmaputra, Siang River flows by Pasighat. It has a variety of flora and fauna to mesmerize its visitors. Pangin and Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary are popular places to visit in Pasighat for its various animal species.
Delhi, the capital of India, is situated in northern India and stands on the west bank of Yamuna River bounded by Uttar Pardesh and on the north, west and south by Haryana. Renowned for its rich history, culture and architecture, the City attracts many visitors both local and foreign annually.