(Last Updated on : 27/04/2017)
Hill stations of Arunachal Pradesh
includes the major hill stations
of North East India
are Along, Bomdila
and many other places. These gripping hill stations are easily accessible from Guwahati
Most of the hill stations in Arunachal Pradesh are offering the natural hilly beauty of Kashi
and Jaintia Hill
Range and the cool and pleasant atmosphere. Located near the India- China Border, these hilly towns offer solace, Buddhism
and the natural landscape of Lesser Himalayas, Khasi and Jayantia Hills. The Tourism Department of Arunachal Pradesh highlights some outstanding stunning hill stations with copious and verdant environs. These attractive locations will revive and refresh one after a day long hectic schedule in a confined place.
Along, West Siang District
Along is famous for Mopin Festival. Mopin Festival
is the main festival that starts from 5th to 6th April. The people celebrate Mopin for rich crops
cultivation and to bless by nature. The Yomgo River Festival, held every year during peak tourist season, and lasting 3 to 4 days, is celebrated from January 11 to 15.
Bomdila, West Kameng district
Bomdila offers the attractive scenic beauty with moderate climate. Bomdila is located at 27.25 degree north to 92.4 degree east. It has an average elevation of 2217 metres.
Itanagar, Papum Pare district
Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh, is situated at the foothills of Himalayas. Itanagar is well connected by road. There is a helicopter service between Guwahati and Naharlagun.
Khonsa, Tirap District
Khonsa of Tirap District is located in the Indian state
of Arunachal Pradesh. Khonsa is located at 27.02 degree North to 95.57 degree East. It has an average elevation of 1215 metres (3986 feet).
Tawang, West Kameng District
once served as the district headquarters of West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh, and became the district headquarters of Tawang district when it was formed from West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh.
Ziro, Lower Subansiri District
is a must visit place, where the Talley Valley Wildlife sanctuary
is home to various endangered species. It boasts of silver fir trees, bamboo
trees and beautiful orchids because of which this place is a bio-diversity zone.
Pasighat, East Siang District
Pasighat is the best place for water sports on the Siang River
, which is the main tributary of the Brahmaputra River
, flows right through the city. The popular sightseeing spots are the Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary
, Mouling National Park
and Jengging which are known for being the home of various endangered species of flora and fauna alike.