Welcome to our travelogue about Arunachal Pradesh!
Located in the extreme Northeast of India and sharing international borders with Myanmar, China and Bhutan, this frontier state cradled in the foothills of the Himalayas is slowly being opened up to visitors. All tourists who wish to enter this majestic region require a permit but with the formalities best taken care of by a local guide, a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience awaits.
Explorers of the great outdoors can do guided treks in the pristine wilderness, white-water rafting expeditions and nature walks that showcase the region’s multitude of flora and fauna; while the area promises those intrigued by cultural heritage and spirituality an equally rich experience at monastic festivals, tribal village markets, and local eateries to name just a few.
In this blog we aspire to showcase all the gems sparkling together in one unique crown, in Arunachal Pradesh. So now let’s get started – chalo, let’s go!