Menchukha is a small town which lies 6,000 feet (approx 1,829 m) above sea level in West Siang District of North Arunachal Pradesh, India. The name Men-chu-kha means medicinal water of snow; where men is medicine, chu is water and kha is snow. Mechuka, which is an unexplored valley of Arunachal Pradesh in the Eastern Himalayas is blessed with marvellous beauty of blue hills, river Yargyapchu/Siom, and lush green forests.The main attraction of Mechuka is its natural scenic beauty and the ancient Buddhist Monastery Samten Yongcha of Mehayana sect. This 400 year old monastery is perched at a hilltop in the western part of Mechuka valley. This Gompa or monastery is contemporary to the great Tawang monastery of the state and it serve as one of the important tourist spot of the region. The popular name for Menchukha is Mechukha. The local population is primarily Membas, a Tibeto- mongloid ethnic group.The one thing that’s unique about Mechuka is the hospitality of the people. They are always helpful, smiling and courteous.
Menchuka is a village situated in northern part of Arunachal Pradesh. The village is famous for its scenic valley and every year in the month of November, Menchuka Adventure Festival held here.The festival, jointly organised by the union tourism ministry and state tourism department along with the event partner – Centre for Cultural Research and Documentation (CCRD), Naharlagun, aims to brand Menchuka, also known as Mechukha, as a preferred adventure tourism destination.
This 7 days quality tour will take you to the beautiful valley of Menchuka and some picturesque sites of Pasighat and Aalo
Experience hospitality at a whole new level in Menchukha.
IncludedAccomodationAdventureBreakfastDeparture TaxesPersonal GuideTransport
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- Gurudwara Menchuka Sahib.
- Santem Yongcha Monastery.
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