Arunachal Pradesh - literally the ‘Land of Dawn-lit Mountains’ and the starting point of 2500km long Great Himalayan Range that sweeps off to the west.
A unique habitat with lush sub-tropical forests, mighty rivers, deep gorges, high altitude meadows, towering mountains and above all a home of 26 indigenous tribes - from the artistic Apatanis of Ziro to the robust Monpas of Tawang, Arunachal is perhaps the last sanctuary for India’s natural and anthropological heritage.
Our journey starts from the floor of Brahmaputra valley to the crest of the Great Eastern Himalayas.
Destinations covered: New Delhi | Guwahati | Tezpur | Dirang | Changla | Potak | Tawang Bomdilla | Merathang | Mago Arunachal | Bomdila | Sela Pass | Chandar
During the British Raj, Lt. Col. F. M. Bailey was entrusted the task of surveying the entire area along Arunachal-Tibet border, resulting in drawing the famous "McMahon Line", that demarcated our international border.
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