Arunachal Pradesh Bike Tour Packages

Arunachal Pradesh, sometimes known as “the land of the dawn-lit mountains,” is one of India’s few remaining untouched wildernesses. Its glacial landscape, alpine meadows, and subtropical rainforests are home to a diverse range of distinct civilizations, peoples, and tribes, as well as over 500 orchid species. The capital, Itanagar, is located near Jorhat and north of the Brahmaputra. The road from Bhalukpong at the Assamese border to Tawang’s monastery rises steeply over rocky hills, streams, and old trees before crossing the beautiful Sela Pass (4300m) in the state’s far west. Along the way are the Buddhist communities of Bomdila and Dirang. Namdapha National Park in the far northeast is home to both cloud and snow leopards. The unspoiled, remote middle highlands of Arunachal, home to many tribes, hide some of the most spectacular Himalayan sites, including the mystical Pemako Buddhist area.

Weather Information for planning Arunachal Pradesh Tour

December-FebruaryWinter4°C to 22°C
March-AprilSpring11°C to 25°C
May-JuneSummer10°C to 31°C
July-SeptemberMonsoon19°C to 34°C
October-NovemberAutumn20°C to 31°C

Arunachal Pradesh Important Travel Routes

Arunachal Pradesh to Kaziranga12 hr 14 min (481.6 km) via NH715
Arunachal Pradesh to Guwahati16 hr 43 min (673.5 km) via NH715
Arunachal Pradesh to Tezpur12 hr 45 min (500.8 km) via NH 15
Arunachal Pradesh to Kamakhya16 hr 29 min (655.1 km) via NH 15
Arunachal Pradesh to Shillong17 hr 28 min (734.5 km) via NH715
Arunachal Pradesh to Cherrapunji19 hr 2 min (783.0 km) via NH715
Tawang to Dirang4 hr 10 min (134.5 km) via NH13

Frequently Asked Questions About Arunachal Pradesh Tour

1. What makes Arunachal pradesh a famous destination?

Arunachal Pradesh has lots of scenic vistas like snow capped mountains, orchids sanctuary, lakes, waterfalls, wildlife sanctuaries and many more. Along with outdoor sports like skiing, river rafting, wildlife exploration, rock climbing and lots more. Which thereafter makes Arunachal Pradesh a popular destination for the travellers.

2. Shorten the best time to visit Arunachal Pradesh?

Summer months are the best time period to arrive the state of Arunachal Pradesh, because throughout the summer season the temperature of Arunachal remains very pleasant which thereafter also helps its travellers to perform many thrill activities apart from sightseeing.

3. Name some best things to buy from Arunachal Pradesh as mementos?

A traveller alway tries to collect some stuff as the mementos of a place on which he/she has visited. Similarly in that way to make your Arunachal trip memorable you can buy various items like Naga shawls, masks, garments made by the women of Arunachal, woollen materials, bamboo artefacts, bowls and lots more.

4. Name some best places to visit in Arunachal?

Arunachal or the orchid state of India is packed with beautiful sights, a traveller of Arunachal can spectate a picturesque place in his/her every steps, even after that there are some places that a traveller should not miss if they are visiting Arunachal. And they are:
Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary.
Mayodia Pass.
Jaswant Garh. 
Sangti Valley.
Mehao Lake. 
Mechuka Valley.

5. Shorten some outdoor sports in Arunachal Pradesh?

If you have an intense feeling in sports then Arunachal Pradesh in India is a state, which will never fail to fulfil the expectations of its travellers, because it offers some activities that are possible only in mountainous region like rock climbing, river rafting, trekking, angling, archery and lots more.

6. Name some well-known sit and eat places of Arunachal Pradesh?

Aruncahal is a state, where a traveller can taste lots of chinese dishes along with regional foods. Some well-known eateries of Arunachal are:
Elegant Restu 
Queen Chilli’s | Tribal Food Restaurant
Blue Ocean Restaurant
Elegant Restaurant
Flying Dragon Cafeteria
Golden Crown Restaurant Naharlagun
Fruit Lyrics

7. Is Arunachal Pradesh a safe state to travel?

Yes, this state is referred to as the most defended state of India, even the locals of this state are very religious; they keep themselves at a great distance from unnecessary debates and clashes. This state is referred to as the location where a solo woman can travel and explore.

8. Is communicating in Arunachal Pradesh a hard nut to crack?

No, communicating in Arunachal Pradesh is literally very easy as the literacy rate of this state is quite approving. A traveller can use both English and Hindi as medium of communication within the state. Though their mother tongue is completely different from other states of India.

9. Shorten the quickest way to reach the land of Arunachal Pradesh?

Travelling through the air is the only quickest way to reach this orchid state of India. But unfortunately Arunachal Pradesh is a mountainous region therefore, travellers will not be able to observe any domestic or international airport within the state. The closest airport to Arunachal is Salonibari Airport in Tezpur, Assam. It is located at a distance of 495 km from the state.

10. Do I need a pass to enter the state of Arunachal Pradesh?

Yes, Arunachal Pradesh is a defended state since it shares its frontier with three of our neighbouring countries like China, Myanmar and Bhutan. Therefore, travellers have to opt for an ILP (Inner Line Permit) pass to enter this state from the government of Arunachal Pradesh.

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