Experience the serene beauty of Pasighat

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January- May

Dibrugarh Airport
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Pasighat Tourism

Pasighat, also known as the Gateway of Arunachal Pradesh, is a hill station in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. The city was included in the Smart Cities Mission development scheme in 2017 by the Government of India. It is not a huge hill station and has a population of around 24,656. The hill station was founded in 1911 AD by the British. Rice is the main crop grown in the region and there are also tea gardens. The main attractions of the place are The Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary, Pangin, Bodak Scenic Area, Kekar Monying, Komsing, Komlighat, Pasighat Buddhist Temple, East Siang District Museum, Adi Baane Kebang Headquarters and Gomsi. There are also Siangs and indigenous hanging bridges. There is also a waterfall that can be visited by the tourists. Tourists also engage in many activities like white river rafting, boating and angling.   

Attractions

Rafting

1.Rafting

2616 kilometres from city centre

One of the main attractions of Pasighat is the river rafting in the river Siang and the river Brahmaputra and is often considered to be one of the ...

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Food

The option of dishes at Pasighat is limited and the place mostly serves Indian and Chinese food to its visitors. The local dish of the place includes rice, fish, meat and vegetables and is a very basic preparation with local spices. Momos and thukpas are the most popular dishes of the place though some tribals generally have meat of pigs and rats. Apang is a rice beer that is also popular in Pasighat. Rice, bamboo shoot, pika pila, lukter, pehak, marua, chura sabji, Wungwut Ngam, pasa etc are some of the dishes that are popular throughout the state. 

How to reach

Pasighat does not have an airport or a railway station of its own. It is however connected to nearby places through buses and taxis.

How to Reach by Flight

Pasighat does not have an airport of its own. The nearest airport is Dibrugarh Airport and Guwahati Airport, which are located at a distance of around 167 km. Flights from Chennai, Delhi and Kolkata help to connect the place with other major cities. There are buses and taxis available from outside the airports.

How to Reach by Train

Pasighat does not have a railway station of its own. The nearest station is Murkong Selek, which is located at a distance of around 35 km. There are buses and taxis available outside the railway station. 

How to Reach by Bus

There are state-run buses as well as those owned by the private agencies from Guwahati, Itanagar, Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur to Pasighat.

How to Reach by Road

The place is also connected to the nearby regions as well as other cities through roadways. There are taxis and buses that run from other cities to Pasighat.

How to travel within

Cars are the only option to travel from one place to the other within the place. However people can also decide to take a walk in the serene atmosphere.

Festival

The people living in Pasighat celebrate a large number of festivals. Solung, Aran, Etor etc are some of the important festivals. Solung is celebrated annually for five days in the month of September.

Stay

There are various hotels at Pasighat for the tourists like The Serene Abode and Siang Guest House. People may also go there for trekking and may indulge in camping and enjoy the beauty of nature.    

Pasighat Itinerary

Day 1- After reaching the Guwahati airport, leave for Pasighat. Then go for rafting.

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