Arunachal Pradesh, meaning “Land of the Rising Sun,” long has been a recognized region of the Indian subcontinent, receiving mention in such ancient Hindu literature as the Kalika-purana and the epic poems Mahabharata and Ramayana. Formerly known as the North East Frontier Agency (from the British colonial era), the area was part of Assam until it was made the Indian union territory of Arunachal Pradesh in 1972, and in 1987 it became an Indian state. The entire terra firma falls under the eastern Himalayan landscape, a land of supreme natural beauty and rich ancient traditions. The altitudinal and climatic variation of the state results in a variety of landscapes and forests which harbor one of the planet’s last great biodiversity. Nine large Himalayan rivers flow through the state. There are more than 40 tribes and sub-tribes who live here and trace their indigenous history to faraway places in Mongolia and Southeast Asia. Arunachal Pradesh is definitely the wildest frontier of India.
Accommodation in superior class hotels / tourist homes
All transfers ex- Guwahati by reserved vehicle
Meal on MAP basis
Inner Line Permit
Travel arrangement to and fro Guwahati can be arranged by us on request by air or train as per your preference.
Every Indian tourist visiting Arunachal Pradesh has to obtain ILP (Inner Line Permit) at Bhalukpong border before entering the state. It is mandatory that guest should carry 02 copies of passport size photograph, original photo ID proof with photo copy (identity card – Voter ID card / Pass-port / Driving License / Aadhar Card) for processing the permit. PAN Card are not acceptable for issuance of the Permit.