Fast Facts :
Situated At : Arunachal Pradesh
Altitude : Se La Pass - 14,000 ft.
Trekking Time : October to February
Experience the Fun :
Arunachal Pradesh located in the northeast of India surrounded by China, Bhutan, Burma(Myanmar). Arunachal Pradesh is the amongst the first to greet the rising sun and enhance the beauty of its land. The state is blessed with more than 500 species of Orchids. The rivers in Arunachal Pradesh are suitable for Rafting, boating and its tough terrain is promising for hiking, trekking and to spend holidays in the natural environment. Arunachal Pradesh is also famous as the birth place of sixth Dalai Lama and the 13th found refuge here.
The hilly region for Arunachal Pradesh is embedded with numerous rivers and rivulets. Arunachal Pradesh was well known as ‘Hidden Land’. This hidden land has now opened for outsiders. The mountain peak has great variation, wandering from 6,400 - 1, 829 m.
Arunachal Pradesh has the wonderful topography that adds spice while trekking. The steep slopes of river gives more fun while trekking and hiking. The terrain and the surrounding of Arunachal Pradesh totally manifest the soul of visitors. Nothing else would be more exciting than this for the nature lovers.
Southern Wings :
The outstanding beauty of the Arunachal Himalayas can be seen from the plains. This plains include peaks as Kangto. Kangto is famous is unconquered and amongst the highest peak in the entire world. The dense forest and the unknown routes that reveals during the path of rivers offers best adventure to mountaineers.
The Kameng, Siang, Tirap, Subansiri and the Lohit, the five main tributaries of Brahmaputra River mark their origin from this range. The geographical concealment of Arunachal Pradesh has developed the area as well as people residing here with the self contained factor. Arunachal Pradesh is sparsely population. However, most of the land is covered with the forest.
Se La Pass :
Kameng, located on the western land of Arunachal Pradesh drains the basin of Groi Chen and of Kangto Peaks. Bhalukpong which is situated at the distance of 52 -km from Tezpur spreads out to Bomdia through Tipi orchidariurm. It crosses the crest of the Se La Pass at height of 14,000 reaching the Mahanaya sect Buddhist monastry at Tawang. These are the parts from the Bailey trail which is a trade route from Tiber over Tukung that was used by the British Surveyors in 1913.
Tourists Routes :
There are only few routes available for the visitors in the Arunachal Pradesh. One of them is Itanagar route that gets connected to ziro at the distance of 150-km away in the center of the state at an altitude of around 1,754m in spendid Apatani palteau.These trails spreads along east and north, appraoching Sunsari River at Daporijo. Here, one can meet the splendid harbinger of Mansarovar, the Siang which lies within its white water section.
day junket include state museum, Ganga Lake and elephant ride to the magnificent camp on the nearby River Dikrong.
Margherita Railhead :
The Margherita Railhead is famous for its Namdapha National Park which is situated at the Tirap district in the eastern boundary of the state. This place is nearby the Burmese border. The exit point of this place is the railhead at Margherita. You can reach this place just at a distance of 38-km from the National Highway from Tinsukia. Coaches move on with the entry in the Park along with Miao. The elevation in this plain varies from 200 - 4,500m. This park is most famous for the large wild cats found here namely Leopard, Snow Leapord, Clouded Leopard and Tiger.
Dense Forest :
A good road make its way using Pasighat as the base from where the Brahmaputra has its entry through the thick forest. Settlements done at Belong, Pangin and Yembung lead to saimang Bridge at the distance of 110 km from the base. This route is one of the best for the photography and the photographers favorites. This place is also famous as the splendid tracts for Mahaseer angling. From Pasighat ferry, there is an access via the 415-km from drive Tezpur parallel to the north of Brahmaputra.
Entry Permits :
To visit any part of Arunachal Pradesh needs a permission from Arunachal Government office at Delhi or from Itanagar. Foreigners requires the permission prior 10 days to visit parts of Arunachal Pradesh. Thegroup size, entry permit and an advance application marks a good impression to visit the parks, mountains and other place in the Arunachal Pradesh. These can be entered with any foreigner’s registration offices, Indian Misson Overseas, the home commissioners of the state in Itanagar or its resident commissioner in Delhi.
Best Period for Trekking :
October to February is the best period for the trekking in Arunachal Pradesh. Only few destination in the world can match up for the fun, wild experience and the memorable adventure that is undertaken in Arunachal Pradesh.