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Itanagar at a height of 350 metres lies in the foothills with two major ethnic tribes - Nishi and Nishing. The other people constitute a melting pot from all over the country who live and work here. Being the administrative hub of the entire state there are also numerous Government buildings including the State Parliament and stately Governors Residence; the Ita Fort built during the 14th century; the Ganga Lake 6 Kms away in the midst of a thick primeval forest; The Jawaharlal Nehru museum; the interesting Handicrafts Centre with traditional objects with bamboo cane.


180 Kms (9-10 hours) from Bomdila town, Tawang at 12,000 feet was temporarily taken over by the Chinese in the 1962 conflict. Tawang is situated at the western end of the state on a mountain side. From Bomdila we cross the Tse La Pass -13,828ft, the second highest pass in the state with a crystal clear lake fringed by a profusion of Rhododendron trees. After we visit the Tipi Orchidarium (with 500 wild orchid species) on the banks of the Bharali River continue to Tawang home to the Monpa tribes and a major Mahayana Buddhist Centre. The 400 year old 'Galden Namgyal Lhatse' monastery located at 12 ,200 ft offers panoramic views of the vast Tawang valley below. Tribal Discovery has special packages for this region. Enroute visit the Tipi Orchidarium home to more than 500 species of rare orchids that grow wild in the lush green forested hills of Arunachal. We also visit the Orchid Museum and Herbarium nearby. The River Kameng with its offshoot - the Jia Bhorali flowing serenely nearby offers the avid angler great opportunities for angling. The sporty Mahseer is a tough challenge for any angler looking for a great struggle bringing in this weighty fish. Tribal Discovery arranges great Angling and River Rafting on the River Kameng.


South of Tipi is the small hamlet of Bhalukpong that stands on the Assam – Arunachal border. Located on the banks of the Kameng River it is the gateway to the Pakhul Sanctuary which can be reached by crossing the Kameng River by a dugout canoe. Pakhul is an amazing experience with its thick green lush rain forests of tangled moss, lichen and variety of ferns. Tribal Discovery also arranges special trips to this enchanting rain forest.

Bhishmaknagar Fort

The Dibang Valley lying to the extreme north of the state is close to the Chinese border. Tribal Discovery takes you to Roing a small town with the ancient Bhishmaknagar Fort excavated in 1996 revealing relics dating back to the 4th Century A.D. Built with bricks of clay and extending to 19 Sq.Kms it is believed to be the ancient kingdom of Bhismaka where Rukmani was given in marriage to Lord Krishna. Malinithan a small town has strong mythological links with Lord Krishna and his consort Rukmani. Close by stand ruins of a large temple dating back to the 14th century where excavations came up with numerous antiques. 5 Kms from Malinithan the Akashi Ganga falls enthrall you with breathtaking scenery and views of the distant Brahmaputra River and its tributaries.

Parashuram Kund

21 Kms from Tezu town and standing on the lower reaches of the Lohit River, Parashuram Kund is a sacred pond of national significance. In winter particularly during Makra Sankranti, you can see thousands of pilgrims descending on this pond for a holy dip to wash way their sins. Legend has it that Parshuram a revered sage killed his mother and then atoned for this sin by washing himself in the Brahma Kund. Parshuram Kund is also the venue for a colorful fair held every year where tribes from the hills come to sell fur rugs, other handicrafts, curios and cows. The area also has some good one day hikes and the Lohit River provides excellent angling and White water rafting.

Namdapha National Park

Spreading across 1800 Kms of unspoiled wilderness and ranging in height from 200 metres to 4500 mts, this is a National Park rich in biological treasures. Located in the Far East Changlang district of the state, the park sustains an astounding variety of wild life and vegetation. It was declared a Project Tiger Reserve in 1983 and is the only park which is home to four felines within one specified area: the tiger, leopard, snow leopard and the clouded leopard. Among the teeming wild life are the Hoolock Gibbon India's only Ape; Slow Loris, Himalayan Musk Deer, Takin, the Asian Elephant and the Himalayan black deer make up some of the other rare mammals to be found here. For ornithologists, Namdapha is practically a paradise with its over 670 bird species which is almost half that of the entire country. For staying Tribal Holidays accommodates you in the comfortable Forest Bungalow set amidst thick green forests and overlooking the beautiful Noa-Dihing River.

Tawang Monastery

Galden Namgyal Lhatse Gompa
Founded by Mera Lama at the time of the fifth Dalai Lama in the 17th Century, this large monastery with 65 buildings, sits at a height of 10,200ft/3500metres. The Gompa also houses a vast treasure in ancient scriptures, intricately painted thankas (Tapestries), a large library of books and Buddhist scriptures written in gold lettering. The Tawang Monastery contains the Parkhang Hall, solely for preserving and protecting the rare books and thankas and other treasured books which include 108 gold embossed manuscripts of Lord Buddha's teachings. An 18ft high gilded statue of the Buddha can also been seen here. An art & craft centre at the monastery also produces excellent quality woolen carpets woven with traditional designs.


The name Bomdila was often in the press during the 1962 conflict with China as Indian Armed forces tried to resist the Chinese intrusion in the region. Today Bomdila, 190 km from the nearest airport of Tezpur is the headquaters of West Kemeng district. Besides being a laid back small town it offers spectacular views of the entire Eastern Himalayas. Within its vicinity are quite a few ornate and interesting Buddhist Monasteries. Bomdila also has a number of Apple orchards and comfortable guesthouses.

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