Top 3 unexplored lands of Arunachal Pradesh

Posted by Bindita Sinhä
August 1, 2017

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Travelling to new places get across the new drive to the minds of people. Eventful, hectic, tiring, busy all of these words have turned out to be the cohorts in our life. Rushing for the jobs, darting to take the metro or the civic transports, trying hard to get endorsements, struggling to lead an undisturbed life and so on are the foremost important notions of us, despite of age, livelihoods, genders and so on.

If you are a traveler but your pocket is not in wealthy state then the first choice is to go for for the close to pocket friendly uncharted places. The Nature has never-ending endowments for us and if we make an effort then we can catch them. If you are looking for a magnificent land which is incredible yet unexplored then Arunachal Pradesh will be the place where your search finishes. For a wonderful holiday, you want to go to an amazing destination and Arunachal Pradesh should be in your top list.  However, the land has been explored now a day by the tourist but here is the list of 3 unexplored lands of Arunachal Pradesh which will definitely make your trip into a good one:

1)Narottamnagar  

It is an unexplored land of splendor and beauty for the nature lovers. Narottamnagar is loaded

with scenic beauty which presents repose and relaxation. You will find peace and action with wonderful views. The place is blessed with natural resources and with a beautiful educational institute Ramakrishna Mission. This is a built-up school which prepares the boys for All India Secondary Examination and Senior Secondary School Examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. The campus will blow your mind with gorgeous sculptures, astonishing landscape, edifying museum, tea grounds, fishery, bakery etc. which make it as a must see spot for the tourists.

2) Deomali

Deomali is a small town in Tirap district in the state of Arunachal Pradeshm which is rich in tribal culture and traditions. The Nocte tribe is the most important tribe which is living here for decades with other

significant population of Wancho, Tutsa, Adi, Nyishi, Galo, Assamese, Bengali and Bihari in a small number.

The tourists can enjoy the festival of Chalo Loku of the Nocte tribe along with other general festivals. This festival attracts a large number of tourists and is celebrated on 25th November. Chatjo River, St. George Catholic Church and nearby villages are the major attractions of this place.

3)Mopaya Village

Mopaya Village is a village panchayat situated in Namsang tehsil and located in Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh.  It is near to the Assam State Border. The people of Mopaya Village are the followers of Hinduism

and they worship Lord Shiva. It is an emergency cooperative association meeting from Tirap District, Arunachal Pradesh and Margherita Assam. The villagers build their houses either on the plain-level land or on the slanting soil. Here you will find the traditional houses which are raised with bamboos, woods, canes, leaves etc. and the most astounding thing is no nail is used in their creation. The house lifted well over the grounds with the help of stilts. There are no windows and there are two doors. The constructions of these traditional houses are worth watching.

Best time to visit:

Arunachal Pradesh is an ecstasy for the tourists. If you would like to see the sights of these places then winter period will be the best for you although you can visit anytime.

Transportation in order

Both the train and bus facilities are on hand. The nearest railway stations are Margherita and Naharkatiya. The nearest bus stations are Khonsa, Margherita, Longding, Miao, Itanagar, Tinsukia, Dibrugarh etc. Tata Sumo is available from Khonsa and Longding, State buses are available from Miao, Itanagar, Margherita, depends upon your choice.

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