Arunachal holds unexplored tourism potential

Published on : Saturday, July 3, 2021

Arunachal Pradesh is the biggest north-eastern state in terms of area i.e. 84000 sq. km., although its population is just around 14 lakh as per 2011 census. The state has an abundance of lush green forests, deep rivers, valleys and beautiful plateaus.


Vijoynagar remains the remotest circle of Arunachal and the least inhabited land of India in its Far East part. It is located as an extended arm in the Myanmar and strategically important due to its height. The place was found in 1961-1962 by Maj. Gen A.S Gauraya of Assam rifles and he named it Vijoynagar after his son Vijay. The place is now inhabited by approximately 200 families of Assam Rifles soldiers and 95% of them are gurkhas. It is about 100 kms from Miao town in Changlang district.


The Namdapha National Park in Arunachal boasts of riches of biodiversity. There are rivers and lush green forest in tranquility with almost no human interference.


There are few places beyond Daporizo, Along and upper Siang that would be developed as high class eco-tourist spots, turning Arunachal as the Switzerland of India.

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