Arunachal Pradesh

Nestled away in the North-Eastern corner of India, Arunachal Pradesh is a hidden gem when it comes to travel, and is a land of abundant natural beauty. Adorned with unspoilt landscape, this Northeastern state of India is a place that every nature lover and explorer should visit. A treasure trove of culture, natural beauty, rich history and warm people, Arunachal is truly a land that you cannot afford to miss.

Marking out Every Stop on the Way

These will be marked on the GPX  as legends which can be referred to the list below. This list will be populated by people riding the trails as and when they send us updates and suggestions. We can start with a basic list to trigger it off. Also keeping in mind with IDTMT (I DONT TRASH MY TRAVEL) principles of contributing to local economy of the area – specifically LOCAL)

Trail Info

Cutting away from the Assam trail the left fork heads towards the divine mountains of Tawang. The route traverses above the clouds through some spectacular sights of the Valleys. From then on It heads towards Ziro and the beautiful town of Dambuk in the East. The Eastern Arunachal is less explored, giving one a true sense of adventure. This section of the Great Indian Trail ends at Kibuthoo, a quaint little town where the first sun rays hit India.

Quick info

Total Length of the trail in Kms

Expected time to ride the trail; 15 – 30 days
Best time of the year; Oct – Feb
Languages  Hindi, English
Emergency Telephone; State services (police and ambulance services) 100 – Police
108 – Ambulance

Arunachal pradesh

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