Pradesh, North east India's remotest state, also known as
'Land of the Dawn-lit-Mountains' is the first Indian
soil to greet the morning sun. Arunachal Pradesh is the
northeastern tip of India with its borders touching China,
Bhutan and Burma (Myanmar). Towards the south is Assam and
Nagaland. The state offers a dazzling array of flora and
fauna that is sure to enchant any tourist.
More than 500 rare species
of Orchids are found here. Its mysterious, powerful and
beautiful rivers with faces and moods that change dramatically
ever so often form the colorful lifelines. These are ideal
for rafting and angling and the rugged terrain is ideal
for trekking, hiking and holidaying in a serene atmosphere.