Arunachal Pradesh tourism implies a vivid tour throughout the territory of Arunachal Pradesh. Arunachal Pradesh is known as the 'nature's treasure trove'. Therefore, tourism in Arunachal Pradesh calls for a delightful tour across the enchanting valleys, romantic peaks, beautiful districts and scintillating rivers.
Moreover, the places of interest that deserve a special mention in tourism of Arunachal Pradesh are:
- Buddhist Temple – The Buddhist Temple is a stupa which largely reflects the Tibetan influence in Arunachal Pradesh. The location of Buddhist Temple is such that it provides a scintillating view of the city of Itanagar.
- Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum – The Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum holds a wonderful collection art and architecture, musical instruments, religious articles, textile, ornaments, weapons, etc. The Museum remains open on all days, except Monday, for the tourist to visit and the Museum and explore the majestic past of the land.
- Ita Fort – Ita Fort is an old fort, which is situated at Papum Pare district. The three gates on the three sides of the fort is said to be built by the Ahom rulers and it is estimated that about 80 lakhs bricks and 45 cubic meters of stone were used to build the Fort.
Besides, the aforesaid site, some of the other sites that play a vital role in tourism at Arunachal Pradesh are:
- Mouling National Park
- Bhishmaknagar Fort
- Buddhist Gompa
- Namdapha National Park
- Tipi Orchidarium
- Parasuram Kund, etc.
Hotels of Arunachal Pradesh
Initially untouched Arunachal Pradesh today is slowly and steadily evolving as a tourist hub. With the rising influx of tourists, both foreign and domestic, numerous hotels have started dotting the Union Territory. Arunachal Pradesh is home to a number of luxury, deluxe and budget hotels that are known for their hospitality and services.
Arunachal Pradesh is a northeastern state of India. The literary meaning of Arunachal Pradesh is the 'land of the dawn lit mountains' and 'Land of the rising sun'. The state is famous for its virgin natural beauty. The capital and the largest city of the state is Itanagar. Established in the year of 1987, Arunachal Pradesh is an apple of discord between India and China. Administrated by India, the territory of the state is also claimed by the neighboring country. More Detail...
Places To Visit
- Steps Around the Ita Fort
- Buddhist Center Gompa
- Itanagar Guide
- Idyllic Kazu Village
- Along Orange Town
- Tawang Gompa Monastry
National Parks of Arunachal Pradesh
- Namdhapa National Park in Miao
- Mouling National Park in Jengging
Wild Life Sanctuaries in Arunachal Pradesh
- Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary
- Itanagar Wild life Sanctuary
- Dr. D. Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary More Detail...
Last Updated on : September 6, 2014