Arunachal Pradesh

Siang Valley Trekking
Arunachal Pradesh - the extreme north eastern state of India is one of the most unexplored areas of the Himalayas. This green patch of India is botanically rich and complete with trekking opportunities and hundreds of plant species, rare to find elsewhere in the world. The tropical and semi tropical climate of the area has favoured in the growth of a spectacular range of plantations.
Plan a trek to the area of Arunachal Pradesh the real botanical treasure trove of the Himalayas in India. The weather of Arunachal Pradesh India favours the growth of a much larger diversity of interesting plant species, many of which are waiting to be discovered.
The journey to the extreme north eastern part of India is arduous and extremely adventurous in its nature. Trekking through the challenging terrains of Arunachal Pradesh with outstanding stock of varied botanical species is purely unique and breath-holding. The route to each trek is a quite unique experience

The North Eastern piece of India offers various fascinating trekking trails that allure various voyagers from all around the world. Trekking in Siang Valley is one of the best adventures. It takes around 7 to 8 days & begins from Dibrugarh and takes you through places. Like Yembung, Marying, Ponging, Milang, Sessen, and Peaka Modi before coming to the Siang Valley.
Arranged in the condition of Arunachal Pradesh, the Siang Valley trek offers you sights that will keep going you quite a while. You can enjoy the immaculate quality of Arunachal Pradesh when on this action. The Siang Valley trek takes you to Tsangpo River that lies in Tibet which joins the Brahmaputra River later in Assam. Once here, you can also review the original tribe of Arunachal Pradesh called Adi ("man of slope") by communicating with them and watching their way of life. The grand sights that this trek gives is one past creative ability.

White Water Rafting & Angling in Subansiri
The Subansari "Gold River" is the biggest tributary of the Upper Brahmaputra and descends through verdant rainforests in the tribal state of Arunachal Pradesh. It drains the waters beyond the Great Himalayan Range spanning from Tsona Dzong up to the Great Loop of the Tsangpo in Tibet slicing through the Eastern Himalayas to flow into India at Asaphila through the rugged isolated hinterland of Arunachal. It has a run of 170 km in Tibet, 250 km in the Eastern Himalayas and 86 km in the plains of Assam before joining the Great Brahmaputra at the mystic confluence of Majuli - the largest inhabited river island in the world. The river has no road artery linking it on either side of the Great Himalayan Range spanning about 150 km. Very difficult terrain with vertical rock faces with only very sparse inhabitation in the belt has kept and continue to keep the upper reaches of this challenging river isolated. This beckoning river is challenging and demanding. It has volume, flow and adrenal flowing rapids set in a scenic breathtaking environment astride the Eastern Himalayas with its diverse warm-hearted hill people with their unique traditions and customs spread over a millennia with the inevitable change encroaching upon them rapidly.

Subansiri River originates in the Tibetan Himalayas and flows into India via Arunachal Pradesh. It enters India at Taksing (Upper Subansiri district), flowing via the towns of Daporijo and Dumporijo, to enter into the vast wilderness of the lower valleys and finally into Assam at Gerukhamukh, after which it becomes a soul-mate to the mighty Brahmaputra. The Subansiri is three hundred miles long, and with tributaries such as the Sie and Kamla Rivers, it is one of the largest tributaries of the Brahmaputra River. The sparse human habitation along the lower half of the Subansiri makes it ideal for adventure enthusiasts such as anglers and rafters. The lure of big fighting fishes such as Golden Masher, Trout and the Goonj, can bring out the excitement in any fisherman. The river has volume, flow, class 3 and higher white water rapids, and is set in a breathtaking and exotic forested landscape where warm hearted tribal hill people live with unique traditions and customs.