Arunachal Pradesh in northeast India translates to the ‘land of dawn-lit mountains’, often called as the land of the rising sun. The lush green rolling hills, dense forests, rich culture, fresh water bodies and the least traveled places in Arunachal Pradesh attracts tourists from all around the world.
Ziro is an attractive quaint town in Lower Subaniri district of Arunachal Pradesh which is home to the Apatani tribe. Ziro is the cradle to this tribal group with warm and gentle climate famous for its pine trees and rice fields. Besides the astonishing scenic views, this quaint town Ziro is famous for Apatani tribal heritage which invokes curiosity among travelers. It is a popular tourist place in Arunachal Pradesh and was also shortlisted for inclusion in the tentative list for nomination to UNESCO for the inscription in World Heritage Site. The stunning valleys of Ziro are around 115km away from the capital Itanagar and might take approximately three and half hours to reach. On your way to Ziro, you can witness other beautiful sides of the state and be amazed by the views that it offers.
During summer from April-June the place becomes warm is a good time to experience the warmth of the hills. The winter between October-March is also an appropriate time to visit Ziro and enjoy the views of the nature. It is not recommended to visit Ziro in monsoon from July-September to avoid any kind of difficulties during your trip like heavy rainfall, flood etc.
Travelers seeking for tranquility may visit Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh and wander in this charming little town to be found in between the epitomic scenic beauty. If you are nature lover, an adventure seeker, looking for camping site or soul captivating experience, Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh is for you and this place will not disappoint you.