Arunachal Pradesh: The Unexplored Treasure Of North East

Arunachal Pradesh: The Unexplored Treasure Of North East

North East India is a heavenly creation of God with so many undiscovered places. One such place is Arunachal Pradesh which has a lot of unexplored destinations with mesmerizing natural beauty. It is surrounded by neighboring countries- Bhutan, Tibet, and Myanmar.

Besides the excellent geographical location of the state, the magnificence and alluring beauty of this state will never fail to amaze you. A peaceful and relaxing trip to Arunachal will leave you with a magical experience.

Let me present you with the top 8 attractive places in Arunachal Pradesh.


Tawang Arunachan Pradesh

Tawang is one of the most visited places in Arunachal Pradesh. It is mainly famous for its attractive and fascinating monasteries. Situated at a height of about 3048m, this place has many alluring scenarios to make your trip, an amazing one. Among the beautiful monasteries present here, Twang monastery is one of the best with amazing architecture and Buddhist culture.

In addition, Tawang, being a treasure of natural beauty is swaddled with the essence of spirituality. The enchanting view of Pangateng Tso Lake and Madhuri Lake will feel your heart with heavenly joy.  Apart from these, the major attractions of Tawang are the Indo-Chinese border, Tawang Craft Centre, Nuranag falls, Tawang War Memorial, Gorichen Peak, Urgelling Gompa & many more

Sela Pass

Sela Pass

The Sela Pass is a graceful creation of Nature with mesmerizing beauty. You will enjoy the enchanting views of the Eastern Himalayan Range covered with snow. This pass is the major connection of Tawang with the rest of our country. The frozen Sela Lake is one of the dazzling attractions here with mystic beauty.

Overall, Sela Pass is a relaxing destination to admire the exquisite attractions of the surroundings. To visit this amazing pass, you will need an inner line permit.


Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro is an ancient beautiful hill station for trekking in Arunachal. In fact, the place is popular for its marvelous rice fields and Pine Hills. The pleasant balmy climate along with the picturesque landscapes here is just a paradise for travel lovers.

The fascinating scenery of the wavy terrains nestled with deep green forests captivates every traveller. Another fantastic attraction of this place is Ziro Putu from where you will get a bird’s eye view of the alluring Ziro valley. Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary here is a must-visit place for wildlife lovers.



Another breathtaking destination of Arunachal Pradesh is Roing. The stunning waterfalls, splendid lakes, snow-covered mountains, historical sites, fascinating rivers flowing down the hills along with the amazing climate make it a heaven on earth.

Moreover, Nehru Udyan, Mehao Lake, Mayudia Pass with snow coverage, and Bhishmaknagar fort attracts a good number of visitors every year



Bhalukpong is a mixture of natural beauty, attractive wildlife and adventurous activities. The Kameng River with the surrounding deep green forests is the major attraction of this destination. Bhalukpong is popular for different exciting activities like Hiking, Camping, Trekking & Fishing which can make your trip more memorable

Moreover, Pakhui game sanctuary is a perfect place for wildlife enthusiasts to explore birds as well as tigers, barking dear, elephants & many more



Another heavenly attraction of Arunachal Pradesh is Bomdila.  The gorgeous views of the snowy Himalayan ranges make it a paradise for peace seekers. It is located at an altitude of 8000 Feet above the sea level.

The graceful surroundings, beautiful apple orchids, along the cool climate here will never fail to amaze you. Apart from this, you will find some local crafts in the Centre for Crafts and can do shopping in the nearby shopping center.



Pasighat is an attractive town of Arunachal situated along the Himalayas and the Siang river valleys. Therefore, a lot of tourists visit this place to explore the unique lifestyle and amazing culture of the people living there.

The place is also popular for angling, rafting, boating, fishing, trekking, photography, wildlife safari. These places can fill your trip with fun and excitement. Kekar Monying, Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary, Komsing village, Bodak Scenic Area, Pangin, etc. are the major attractions of this town to give you an unmatchable adventurous experience.



Sangti Valley is a not so famous tourist attraction of Arunachal but the charm of this valley simply makes it ‘A piece of heaven’. Away from the crowds and chaos of city life, this place is just perfect for a peaceful holiday in the lap of nature.

The gorgeous river, towering mountains, surrounding greenery, beautiful flora and fauna will steal your heart. During the months of November and December, you will find here attractive migratory birds which add to the beauty of this place


To conclude, the crystal clear lakes, magnificent mountain tops, tranquil environment, verdurous valleys along stunning waterfalls of Arunachal are enough to leave a bewitching experience in the adventurous minds of travelers.

The culture and tradition of the people living here will surely amaze you.  Apart from the places mentioned above, there are also other popular destinations like Namdhapa National Park, Tezu, Dirang, Changlang, Bum La Pass, Itanagar, Bum La Pass, Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, and many more. You can also enjoy traditional festivals and try out the local cuisines.

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1 year ago

This is amazing. I love the cleanliness of the lakes. These places are so beautiful and I don’t get to see posts about this often. I love exploring new places like this. Thank you for sharing this natural beauty with us.

Also, do you have pinterest? I would love to share this as pins on my profile. Please let me know if you do. 🙂

Have an amazing week! 😀

Nadeem Ahmed
Nadeem Ahmed(@nadeem-ahmed82)
Reply to  Inna
1 year ago

Yes…All thanks to our fairly new author, Pujayeta, for sharing this. Arunachal Pradesh in Northeastern India is still for the most part, not heavily traveled by tourists. Although, tourism has picked up in recent years but generally preferred by serious travelers.

And yes, here’s the Pinterest page –

Swati Omprakash
Swati Omprakash
1 year ago

I am glad you are writing about North East, the most unexplored parts of India. And I just have heard the beauty of Arunanchal Pradesh, yet to visit it. Lucky are those who get time away from these stuck city lives and visit these places. I aspire to be one.

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