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Arunachal Pradesh – The Land of Rising Sun

Posted by on Sep 8, 2016 in Destinations, eco-friendly, Group Departure, memorable stay, mountains, Valley, vilagescape | 0 comments

Arunachal Pradesh – The Land of Rising Sun

Trip Tips for Arunachal Pradesh from the ‘Wonder-Visionists’ ————————————————— 1.Don’t forget your authorized permit,the visitors other than natives of Arunachal Pradesh are required to obtain an Inner Line Permit ( ILP ) to enter Arunachal Pradesh. These can also be obtained from Resident Commissioner’s office / Deputy Resident Commissioner & Liaison Offices. Office Location:New Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, Shillong, Dibrugarh, Tezpur, North Lakhimpur & Jorhat;Visiting hrs.-Mon-Fri:10:00 A.M – 1:00 P.M. 2. must have some cash in hand, although ATM services were available in Tawang or Dirang.Take necessary precautions against Vertigo.Expect expense. The rate of food is generally 120-150 INR for basic vegetable thali/meal. 3.Check about photography permissions/video filming at any monument.It may not always be possible to view the tribal festivals of Arunachal Pradesh unless it is being celebrated in the local town hall or community grounds. 4.Don’t bye articles made from rare/endangered species of animals which are banned. 5.Advisable to shop at the Govt. Emporia/Fixed Price Shops to ensure quality and reasonable prices. Try to buy from Government stall only for genuine handicraft. 6.Arunachal Pradesh is yet to be connected with the rest of the country by the Rail. The nearest railway station is Harmutty (near Banderdewa) in Assam only 23 km from Naharlagun & 33 km from Itanagar. However, the nearest convenient railhead is North Lakhimpur in Assam, 50 km from Naharlagun & 60 km from Itanagar. For other important places, the nearest railway stations are Silapathar for Along, Tinsukia for Tezu, Balipara for Bomdila / Tawang and Margherita for Namdapha. However AST buses also connect Itanagar to Shillong, Ziro, Guwahati, Balijan, Poma, Lilabari, Jote, Raga, Sagalee, Pasighat, Dibrugarh, Tezpur, Bombdila, etc 7.Losar Festival is held by the Monpas in December and even though it is a little cold, this is a festive time to take part in. 8.Be security conscious. Do not forget to keep the contact numbers of the local representatives and the police stations.Keep yourself up to date with climate, political situation. 9.Major circuits:TEZPUR- SEIJOSA -BHALUKPONG-TIPI-TEZPUR TOURIST CIRCUIT;ROING – MAYUDIA – ANINI TOURIST CIRCUIT; TEZPUR-BHALUKPONG-BOMDILA-TAWANG TOURIST CIRCUIT;ITANAGAR-ZIRO-DAPORIJO-ALONG-PASIGHAT TOURIST CIRCUIT; MARGHERITA-MIAO-NAMDAPHA TOURIST CIRCUIT,TINSUKIA-TEZU-HAYULIYANG TOURIST CIRCUIT & many more unique ones. 10. In Tirap district don’t miss beautiful blue Vanda (Vanda coerulea).Sessa, 24 km from Tipi, has an Orchid Sanctuary which boasts of beautiful white Coelogyne nitida, the tree borne yellow; Cymbidium elegans and Dendrobium chrysanthum.In Dirang Orchid Sanctuary, Paphiopedilum fairieanum – The “Lost lady slipper orchid” is very rare, endangered and endemic orchid. # N.B.-In 1992, a major change considering tourist policy took place. The Union Home Ministry agreed to allow foreign tourists to visit Arunachal Pradesh and they are allowed to trek, raft and fish on certain selected natural...

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Kantal

Posted by on Sep 26, 2014 in vilagescape | 0 comments

Kantal

Kantal is a small village of Tehri District, Uttarakhand. Kantal is 77 km ahead of Dehradun, 38 km ahead of Mussoorie. Located on the Chamba – Mussoorie highway. Kantal is a place to be talked about for its beautiful sights, pleasant weather, verdant forest . Visiting places near Kantal are Kodia jungle, Tehri dam and Surkanda Devi temple. Surkanda devi temple is dedicated to Mata Sati, Kantal is the place where Lord Shiva brought the dead body of Mata Sati on his trishul from Haridwar.

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Morni Hill

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Morni Hill

Morni hill is a beautiful tourist attraction of Morni village in the Panchkula District of Haryana. Morni is 45 km far from Chandigarh. Morni name is belived to derive from a queen Morni who once ruled the area. The village Morni is on the hight of 4000 feet from sea leavel. Morni hilla are a part of Shivalik hills of the Himalayas. Two lakes are present amidst the spurs of the hills, though they are separated by a hills. These lakes are considered holy by the local inhabitants. The hills are covered by pine trees and are popular for tekking locations. The Morni hills have three small and man made lakes, named Tikker Taal, Bada Tikker, Chota Tikker. Haryana Tourism is doing very good job in Morni hills for...

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Pangot

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Pangot

Pangot is a small picturesque village situated 15 km from Nainital Uttarakhand India. The road goes through the forested area of China Peak, snow view point. Pangot is very famous for bird watching, because we can see more then 500 types of birds here like Himalayan griffon, lammergeyer, woodpecker, blue wingedminla, Khalij pheasant etc. Pangot is popular in between nature lovers, photographers also.

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Borong : The Himalayan Village

Posted by on Aug 14, 2014 in vilagescape | 0 comments

Borong : The Himalayan Village

A new haven for nature and mountain lovers, surrounded by alpine landscape, wildlife & wildflowers, dense verdant woodland, hot spring, sylvan forests & water falls at the foot of mainam hills in the backdrop of snow capped Mt. Norsing, Pandim & Siniolchu. Borong present the distinct feel of exquisite nature & beauty. “Brings your dreams into daylight beyond nature…”. Wish to run away from the scorching heat and enjoy nature at its best? Rush to the kaleidoscopic land of Mainam Hill base, a place of divine beauty that will mesmerize your senses an enchanting place that overlooks BORONG in the most splendid from. Lying pretty in the picturesque slope of Maenam Hill is The WILDFLOWER RETREAT an eco-friendly resort. The resort spreads out over 2 acres with six cottages traditionally designed cottages set amidst landscaped greenery. A feast for the sore eyes is the majestic sunrise and the breathtaking view of snow capped mountain range. The other beauty includes a lot of wild flowers and wild birds which can be viewed from your private balcony without any...

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