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Arunachal Pradesh state location

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Unknown land, almost unknown to tourists, Arunachal Pradesh is one of 10 destinations selected by Lonely Planet for 2012.
This remote Indian state, is still inhabited by tribes of different ethnic groups, the main ones: Apatani, Monpa, Adi and Nishi.

The Arunachal Pradesh (State of the mountain god Aruna *)
  is a state of extreme northeast of India. It has an international border with Bhutan to the west, with China and Burma
.

It stretches from the snowy peaks of the Himalayas in the north to the Brahmaputra valley

The current inhabitants of Arunachal Pradesh are ancestors of the people from Tibet during the prehistoric period, as well as Thai and Burmese people arrived later. The history of Arunachal Pradesh remains intact, except for areas north-west of the state, which are very limited.

 Twelve towns, 3500 villages, one of the highest densities of primary forest in the world and most sparsely populated Indian states (one million): the specificities of Arunachal are strong. Almost non-existent road network, geographic isolation, even geopolitical reality (the former North East Frontiers are now officially the 25th state of India in 1987 ...): here, "tourism" is really in its infancy.

The Sundarbans area

The Sundarbans (“sundri”: this plant is present in mangrove swamp and “banns” : forests) is made ​​ of innumerable arms and channels of the Ganges, Hooghly and the other, down to the Bay of Bengal

It finds the largest mangrove forest in the world. This region, characteristic of Bengal, lies astride India (West Bengal) and Bangladesh.

It was classified World Heritage by UNESCO (it is even recorded twice, one per country) ..

The entire site is intersected by a complex network of waterways under the influence of tides, mudflats and small islands of salt-tolerant mangrove forests, providing an excellent example of ongoing geological processes .

The area is known for its rich fauna including 260 bird species, the Bengal tiger and other endangered species like the estuarine crocodile and the Indian python.

 

Program

Program

D1 - Arrival Calcutta

D2 - Visit Calcutta

D3 - Stay in Sundarbans

D4 - Stay in Sundarbans

D5 - Stay in Sundarbans

D6 - Calcutta - Guwahati - Bhalukpong

D7 -  Dirang Valley

  D8 - Tawang by Sela Pass (4600m)

D9 - Tawang

D10 - Excursion to P.T Tso (lake)

D11 - Back to Bhalukpong

D12 - Guwahati and Calcutta

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2 more special offers that will soon be available here :

- 1 buddhist pilgrimage : walk in the footsteps of buddha (Bodhgaya, Sarnath, Kushinagar, Lumbini)

- 1 botanic trek in Himalaya : Discover the plants in Ayurvedic medicine with an authentic Ayurvedic doctor.

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PRASAD HRR | Reply 06.02.2012 05.23

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