Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh

Northeast India is slowly capturing the imagination of travelers all across India and the world. Known for its sublime natural beauty marked by gushing waterfalls, rolling green hills and misty landscapes, northeast India is a delight for travelers who like to tread off the beaten path. Its intriguing culture adds to its allure with several amazing festivals including the musical ones. While all states in northeast India have thrie own charm, perhaps the most scenic, majestic and unexplored state is Arunachal Pradesh. It mkay be due to the fact that reaching Arunahcal Pradesh is a bit of a task. However, with the new Dhola Sadiya bridge connecting Assam to Arunachal, travel time to the state has reduced. This means you can now visit the pristine state of Arunachal Pradesh without the pain you might have had to endure earlier. The next question then is – what is the best time to visit Arunachal Pradesh? Also Read - Shocking! Government Helpline Receives 92,000 Calls on Domestic Abuse, Violence Amid Lockdown



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Summers in Arunachal Pradesh are quite hot. The temperature reaches 35 degree C during the day making it quite a bad time for sight-seeing. Monsoon season in Arunachal Pradesh is quite pleasant with the temperature ranging from 18 to 25 degree C. It is a good time to visit the state if you want to relax at one place and enjoy the views. However, moving around and exploring different regions may be a problem as roads often are in bad shape due to the rains. this means, that the best time to visit Arunachal Pradesh is during the winter months of October to March. This is when the temperature ranges from 8 degree C to 15 degree C which is quite pleasant for winter season. It is the best time for you to plan a good 10-day Arunachal Pradesh itinerary and visit popular attractions like the Tawang monastery, Tsomgo lake, Ziro Valley and Dirang Dzong. So, if you wish to explore this marvelous hidden gem in northeast India, start making plans to visit Arunachal Pradesh during winter. Also Read - After Lockdown is Over, Automated Sector to Resume Operations First | 5-Point Strategy



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