Call it the Land of the dawn-lit Mountains, Orchid state of India or the home of Tibetian Buddhism in India, the state of Arunachal Pradesh fits every definition perfectly.
More than 80 percent of this largest state of North East India, with its more than a hundred tribes, is covered under blissful forests. From the flat valleys of central Arunachal to the high passes to its northwest, Arunachal Pradesh is as diverse as one single state can get. This also makes Arunachal Pradesh one of the states of North East India which can be visited throughout the year.
Be it cultural immersions that you are looking for, or be it the snowy mountains and gorgeous rivers and waterfalls you want to see up close or be it the colorful Buddhist monasteries and the life in them that call you, Arunachal Pradesh is one place that beckons you, whenever you decide to come.
With a number of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks with rare animals, birds, and plants, Arunachal Pradesh is also very rich in wildlife. With 200+ mammals and 700+ species of birds, the diversity of wildlife is one of the highest. The state also sees a significant number of migratory birds every year who fly thousands of kilometers to come here.