Shying away in the North eastern corner of India, Arunachal Pradesh though may be an introvert when it comes to tourism, is a land of abundant travel opportunities. Adorned with unspoilt landscape, this Northeast state of India is a place that every nature lover and explorer should visit.
Arunachal Pradesh was established as a state in India on February 20, 1987. Arunachal Pradesh was initially a Union Territory which was carved out of Assam. Arunachal Pradesh was known as the North East Frontier Agency (NEFA) during British India and the Republic of India until 1972. Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted Arunachal Pradesh on its statehood day today.
October and April are the best months to visit Arunachal Pradesh which are the winter and the spring months for the state. Arunachal is located at a high altitude, and so has pleasant weather throughout the year. During the summers (April to June) temperature might be too high to explore during the peak daytime hours.
Gone are the days when people used to say that reaching Arunachal Pradesh for a holiday can tad tiring and not at all easy. Now, the state has its own railway station, which started its operation in 2015. Roads to Arunachal Pradesh are also in excellent condition, and buses run on them almost daily from the major hubs nearby. Though it doesn't has an airport but they are quite close and can be reached very easily.
While you are on your tour, shopping is one attraction, which always attracts you. You look for things, which is famous in that particular places, which you are touring. When you are on your tour to Arunachal Pradesh, and you go for shopping, you will find handicrafts items dominating the shopping areas. Arunachal Pradesh is famous for art & craft items. The handicraft of Aruncahal is unique and exquisite, rare to find elsewhere. A wide spectrum of elegant crafts such as weaving, painting, pottery, smithy work, basketry, woodcarving, cane & bamboo work, carpet making etc. are found among the people of Arunachal Pradesh.
Arunachal Pradesh is one of the last frontiers of India. Tucked between Bhutan, Tibet and Myanmar, this place has been away from mainstream attention for a very long time. Add security restrictions to that, and you have a beautiful state tragically unloved by travellers. Recently several places here have been opened up by the government, allowing entrance through permits that are available easily to Indian nationals.