The widely scattered archaeological remains at different places of Arunachal Pradesh bears testimony to which rich culture and heritage. A serene land tucked into the northeastern tip of India, invites you to relax in its picturesque hills and valleys, enjoy its salubrious climate and meet its simple and hospitable people, with the glorious heritage of arts and crafts and colorful festivals that reflect their ancient faith in the inexorable power of nature.
The visitor has a wide variety of options to pick from. There are places of worship and pilgrimage such as Parashuram Kund and 400 years Old Tawang Monastery, or the sites of archaeological excavations like malinithan and Itanagar, the serene beauty of lakes such as Ganga lake or Sela lake or the numerous variation of scenic beauty of the snow-clad silver mountain peaks and lush green meadows where 1000 of species of flora and fauna prosper .In addition the state provides abundant scope for angling, boating ,rafting, trekking and hiking. Besides, there number of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks where rare animals, birds and plants will fascinate the visitor.
Nature has provided the people with deep sense of beauty which finds delightful expressions in their songs, dances and crafts. The climate varies hot and humid to heavy rainfall in the Shivalik range. It becomes progressively cold as one move northwards to higher altitudes. Tress of giant size, plentiful climbers and abundance of cane and bamboo make Arunachal ever green.
Arunachal Pradesh is considered to be the nature’s treasure trove and home to orchids, known for their exquisitely beautiful blooms, from one of the dominant taxa with more than six hundred species, occurring in varying elevations and climatic conditions throughout the state.
The climate of Arunachal Pradesh varies with elevation. Areas that are at a very high elevation in the Upper Himalaya close to the Tibetan border have an alpine or tundra climate. Below the Upper Himalayas are the Middle Himalayas, where people experience a temperate climate. Areas at the sub-Himalayan and sea-level elevation generally experience humid, sub-tropical climate with hot summers and mild winters.
Arunachal Pradesh receives heavy rainfall of 2,000 to 4,100 millimeters (79 to 161 in) annually, most of it between May and September.