Arunachal Pradesh Special Tour
Unleashing Nature’s Paradise – Monpa Mountains
Arunachal Pradesh, often known as "Land of the Dawn-lit Mountains," is the most isolated state in India and the first Indian territory to welcome the rising light. This stunning country, which is situated on the north-eastern tip of India and has borders with China, Bhutan, and Burma (Myanmar), is blessed with a stunning variety of flora and fauna that is guaranteed to entice any visitor. The deep woods of Arunachal Pradesh are home to more than 500 rare types of orchids. The misty hills, glittering rivers, and gushing waterfalls add to this wonderful land's splendour. The Kalika Purana and the renowned Hindu epic Mahabharata both make reference of Arunachal Pradesh. It is thought to be the Puranas' Prabhu Mountains.
Arunachal Pradesh is said to have been the location where King Bhishmaka created his kingdom, Sage Parshuram washed away his sin, Sage Vyasa meditated, and Lord Krishna wed his bride, Rukmini. The Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, which has been ruled by numerous strong dynasties and kingdoms, is covered in countless historical monuments and archaeological ruins that attest to its illustrious cultural legacy.
A revealing journey through one of the planet’s last thriving natural paradise, this trip provides a simple insight into distant lifestyles and cultures of the people. Drive through the dainty pretty towns and wave at the amazing people on your way through the beautiful natural landscapes. Let the gentle, friendly, courteous, industrious, good to nature and amazing people of Monpa, influence you and provide you an insight of the compassionate Lord Buddha. Take a dip in natural hot springs or experience the adrenaline rush as you walk on the suspension bridge above the ferocious Tawang River, the activities offered by nature on your trip to Monpa is way higher than one’s imagination. Free yourself and keep your worries at bay, as you are about to experience nature’s heaven, within the folds of Himalayas.
Batch 1 : Saturday, 26th Nov - Saturday, 03rd Dec 2022