Northeast India is fast capturing the imagination of many a traveler. Its lush green mountains, gushing waterfalls, and pleasant weather serve as great attractions for those looking for a break from the urban routine and scorching heat of the plains. While states like Assam and Meghalaya are easily accessible, Arunachal Pradesh is a hidden gem which is infamous for its bad roads and inaccessibility. This is perhaps one of the reasons why the state remains unspoilt, clean and divine. Its breathtaking landscapes and untouched beauty make up for the bad roads and effort one has to take to reach this enchanting state. These Arunchal Pradesh images show why this marvelous state is totally worth the effort. ALSO SEE 10-day itinerary to Arunachal Pradesh for a vacation in the arms of nature! Also Read - Arunachal Man Booked for Spreading Rumours About Coronavirus on Social Media

Lush green mountains of northeast India look the most astonishing in Arunachal Pradesh

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The vast green fields of Ziro valley

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Sela lake is one of the most mesmerizing lakes in India

Photograph courtesy: Wikimedia Commons

Photograph courtesy: Wikimedia Commons



Arunachal is home to a number of winding roads that take you through stunning locales

Photograph Courtesy: Lovel D'Souza/Creative Commons

Photograph Courtesy: Lovel D’Souza/Creative Commons

The Tawang monastery is one of the oldest in India

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Imagine staying on one of these hills!

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The clear skies and ever-stretching hills are a sight to behold

Photograph courtesy: /Creative Commons

Photograph courtesy: Creative Commons

Little bridges like this one across valleys and rivers are quite common in Arunachal

Arunachal-Sangti village

The famous Sela Pass

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Another mesmerizing view of the Sela Lake

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