With the snow topped Himalayas transcending on the northern end and the ripe Brahmaputra waterway fields on the southern, Itanagar is a characteristic heaven.
As of late opened to sightseers by the legislature, the legacy and inborn culture of the city, which is decades and hundreds of years old, is as yet unblemished. The fifteenth century Ita-Fort, unbelievable Ganga Lake which is privately known as Gyakar Sinyi and the Buddha Vihar, sanctified by Dalai Lama are among the most significant attractions here. The genial climate during the time makes it a vacationer’s pleasure. The town of Yupia shares it’s attractions with Itanagar. Thus, the two can be secured at the same time.
Attractions: Ganga Lake, Ita Fort, Namdhapa National Park, Rupa, Itanagar ?Wild Life Santuray, Indira Gandhi Park, Polo park, Ziro Festival of Music, etc…
Nearby Places: Sessa Orchid Sanctuary, Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary, Dirang Valley, Bomdila Monastery, Apple Orchards, R.R hill, Craft Center and Ethnographic Museum, Tipi Orchidarium, Upper Gompa, Lower, Middle Gompa.
Best Time to visit: October to April are the best months to visit Itanagar as the weather is very beautiful.
How to Reach:
- By Air: The closest air terminal to Itanagar is situated at Lilabari in Assam (67 km) and is very much associated with every single significant city like Guwahati, New Delhi, Kolkatta, and so forth. Pawan Hans likewise gives helicopter administration among Guwahati and Itanagar threefold every week.
- By Road: Transport administration from Guwahati to Itanagar is great. A wide range of transports are accessible. Arunachal State Transport interfaces Itanagar with other North East urban areas in India. Itanagar is additionally associated by NH 52A which interfaces it to the remainder of India.