Tourism in Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh located in Northeastern state of India and has three international boundaries shares with Bhutan in west, People Republican of China in North and in east combinedly with China and Myanmar. The name of state "Arunachal Pradesh" means "the land of rising sun".

In terms of tourism, the state has dense forest, snow clad peaks, high mountains, stunning roaring rivers and tribal culture spontaneously draw attention of tourist all round the world. The state has one of the richest bio diversity and due to which the state is often termed as the natural wonder. It is natural habitat of more than 500 orchid’s and hundreds of rare plants species, which covers more than 60% of total area. By the way the prime attractions of the state are Tanagar, Tawang, Bomdila, Bhismaknagar, and Akashiganga including four national parks and seven wildlife sanctuaries.

Anjaw District
The easternmost district of the state, Anjaw, located at an altitude of 1,296 metres above sea level, shares its border with China.
Changlang District
Changlang District, showered with Bio-diversity is the eastern most part of India, having international boundary with Myanmar
Lohit District
In the easternmost tip of our great nation India, lies this enchanting land namely Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh.
Lower Dibang District
Lower Dibang is the phenomenal diversity of topography, flora and fauna, snow peaked mountains and roaring rivers.
Namsai District
Namsai is an ADC headquarters famous for several Buddhist Viharas in the Khampti settlement area locally called ‘Chong’.
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