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Which is the state animal of Arunachal Pradesh?
Which is the state bird of Arunachal Pradesh?
Which is the state flower of Arunachal Pradesh?
Lady Slipper Orchid
Which is the state tree of Arunachal Pradesh?
How many districts are in Arunachal Pradesh?
Arunachal Pradesh as of now has 22 districts
Which is the capital city of Arunachal Pradesh?
Which line separates Arunachal Pradesh from Tibet?
Which river flows through Arunachal Pradesh?
What are the best things to eat and drink during Arunachal Tour?
Rice (The Staple Food of Arunachal), Bamboo Shoot, Pika Pila (a type of a pickle that is made by bamboo shoot, pork fat and King Chilly), Lukter (a combination of cooked dry meat and chilly flakes from the King chilly or Bhut Jolokia), Pehak (a spicy chutney made by fermented soya bean and chilli), Apong (a type of rice beer) and Marua (a drink made up with millet instead of rice), MoMo and Chura Sabji is some of the best things that you can try during Arunachal Pradesh Package Tour.
What is the best time to visit Arunachal Pradesh?
Arunachal Pradesh is indeed a very large state so the weather condition diversifies from region to region. It depends upon you whether you are travelling in high himalayan range or sub-himalayan range during your Arunachal Pradesh Package Tour. If you are travelling high himalayan range, no matter what season it is, you will find very chilly weather where as sub-himalyan range follow the tropical climate.
You can experience three type of season in Arunachal Pradesh - Summer, Winter and Monsoon.
IF you want to run away from the scorching heat of summer and want to spend some pleasant moment, summer is perfect time to book Arunachal Pradesh Tour Package. During summer (May to June) temperature in sub-himalyan region varies between 20°c to 35°c and in upper himalyan region it can be between 8°c to 12°c which makes it perfect for family traveller, honeymooners and solo traveller. In summer, Arunachal demonstrate its breathtaking beauties throughout its valeys, mountains, waterfalls, wild life and monasteries.
Arunachal Pradesh Trip during the winter (Oct to March) can be a perfect choice for roaming and sightseeing. In winter temperature fluctuate between 4°c-10°c and it seems quite chilly. For travellers it is perfect to visit the attractions and sightseeing and if you want to experience the cultural festival, February is the percet time to book Arunachal Pradesh Tour as two harvesting festivals Nyokum Yullo and Chalo Loku are celebrated in the month of February.
Arunachal Pradesh experience heay rainfall during monsoon that happens between July to September. Traveller can experience sudden change of rough weather, heavy rainfall for days, landslides and road blocking. It is advised not to book any Arunachal Pradesh Tour during this time. In spite of that if you wish to take the risk and want to enjoy the beauty of rain washed green valies and waterfalls, you are welcome.