Arunachal Pradesh, means “land of the dawn-lit mountains”, is also famous and known as the Orchid State of India or the Paradise of the Botanists. Thinly populated, this paradise of the north-east extremity of India is a veritable treasure house of nature. Its picturesque vales and hills encircled on three sides by the country China, Bhutan and Myanmar and the salubrious climate ads to its beauty. Exploring Arunachal’s magnificent landscape ,snow clad peaks, towering mountains, roaring rivers, high altitude meadows and vast unspoiled sub-tropical forest attracts tourist from far and wide. For adventure freaks, there’s a long list of thrilling activities to get your blood racing. Or if it’s a relaxing holiday you’re after, hot pools, vineyards and cultural attractions will keep you entertained. The calmness of the monastriectries and the serenity of lakes together forms a pretty mountain trap in Arunachal Pradesh, an unexplored paradise.
|Languages spoken||Most common languages spoken are Dafla, Mishri, Gallong, Adi, Monpa, Aka, Nocte, Khamti, Wancho, Nishi and Tagin. Other than these tribal languages Hindi, Assamese, Deori and English are residential languages used in Arunachal Pradesh.|
|Currency used||Indian rupee (Rs) or Indian currency.|