The Land of the Rising Sun has diverse terrain and climate that is far stretched with the vegetation of exotic flora and fauna. Swampy rain forests along the foothills and snow covered pine trees, the vegetation here gives more than just wood for fireworks. Arunachal has a vast amount of medicinal herbs including ginseng and aswagandha, courtesy to ever flowing rivers- Brahmaputra and Kameng which are a great source of minerals and swept alluvial soils.
Bordered all round by friendly Bhutan to north, Assam plains to south and snow-capped Tibet, Arunachal is a state to must visit and enjoy the serene monasteries like Tawang monastery and savor Tibetian delicacies like thupka, steamed momo or just backpacking en route to old tea plantations. The foothills might attract you for their best river rafting experiences or jungle- topped sanctuaries inhabiting lost leopards and orchids. Plan your itinerary in the season of local festivals and you might just get lucky with the local’s hand woven dresses and Saraku (local rice beer).
A lot explored and yet a hidden mystery is how Arunachal Pradesh defines itself.