Situated in Northeastern region of Arunachal Pradesh, Anjaw is a beautiful place with serene river banks and riveting landscapes. Anjaw district consists of seven administrative units including Hawai, Kibithoo, Manchal, Walong, Chaglogam, Goiliang and Hayuliang. All these places are blessed with extraordinary scenic beauty, which makes Anjaw an exclusive destination for tourists all over the world.
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Being located at an altitude of 1,296 meters from sea level and sharing its border with China, Anjaw is rich in rare species of wildlife and flora and fauna. In Anjaw, Tezu is the place one should never miss. Spouting water streams, wavy hills and Rock-strewn Mountains make Tezu a unique destination. The local Mishmi tribe and their culture, clothes and traditions open up a completely different world to explore and experience.
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Indians require special inner line permits to visit Anjaw while foreign tourists intending to visit Arunachal Pradesh require restricted area permit. We can help you to collect Inner line permit and organize Anjaw tour.
Enjoy river rafting and hiking at Tezu
Sightseeing at Hawai and Hayuliang
Visit Hawai suspension bridge over Lohit river
Experience Siang River Festival celebrated in the month of December
Summers are the best time to visit Anjaw, as weather conditions remain pleasant due to the breezy wind coming through dense forests and mountains. Summers in Anjow start from April and lasts till June. Temperature in summers remains between 16°C to 35°C
July, August and September are the Monsoon months in Anjaw. Overwhelming rainfall from 110.43 mm to 3644 mm makes this place an unpredictable destination for Monsoons.
Winters are pleasant in Anjaw, as the temperature remains between 5°C to 25°C with warm sunshine. Winters start in Anjaw from the mid-October and remains till spring knocks in February end. Anjaw tourism flourishes the most in winters than any other season. Book a Tour to Anjaw with us in advance and enjoy various festive colors of Arunachal.
Nearest airport to Anjaw is Tezu; Helicopter services are also available from Tezu to Hayuliang. However, choosing helicopter service is a convenient option but it is suggested to hire a cab from Dibrugarh or Tezu to not miss the incredible landscapes spread all over the way.
Tinsukia in Assam is the nearest railway station from Anjaw. From Tinsukia, you can book a cab or take buses for further journey.
One can reach Tezu the headquarter of Anjw district by NH52 using state transport buses. These buses can be taken from nearby cities i.e.Tezu, Daparjito, Pasighat, Along and Ziro.
You can stay in the following hotels and Guesthouses in Hayuliang and Anjaw.
Hayuliang Guest House
Hawai Circuit House, Hawai
Tezu, Arunachal Pradesh
Chai Market, Tezu, Arunachal Pradesh
Main Market, Tezu, Arunachal Pradesh
Main Market, Tezu, Aruranchal Pradesh
A sacred place with great religious significance, parasuram kund attracts visitors from all over the county. Every year thousands of pilgrims visit parasuram kund during parasurammela in the month of January and take a dip in the holy water. There is also a temple of Parasuram near the lake; its glimpse fills every visitor's heart with immense spiritual inspiration.
A famous hill station with great scenic beauty, Tezu is one of the favourite destinations to spend time with family and friends. Apart from great scenic beauty, Tezu has a lot to see and explore for every visitor. Some of the main attractions of Tezu are ParashuramKund, Buddha-Vihar, Glow Lake and District Museum/Craft Centers. For people seeking some adventure during their trip, activities like hiking, trekking and river rafting can be the real fun.
Known as a place full of bamboos, Walong is a great place to spend holidays. Situated at 1094 m from the sea level, Walong is a place with gifted natural beauty. The main attraction of Walong is Namti Valley- a beautiful valley surrounded by pine forests is also the witness of sacrifice of brave Indian soldiers in the war of 1962. The forests of Walong are also home to rare mammals' species.
Namdapha National Park
One of the three largest national parks in India, Namdapha national park is known for its incredible biodiversity. Situated in Chalglang district in Arunachal Pradesh, its evergreen rainforests and variety of flora-fauna and wildlife species make it the favourite destination of biologists, researchers, students and even casual tourists. Various cat species like leopards, snow leopards, clouded leopards and tigers can be seen in Namdapha national park.
Namsai is a wonderful tourist destination in the Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh. Also known as the land of Golden Pagoda, Namsaiis famous for its tradition, culture and religious values. In nearby Dihingriver, a 660 meter long bridge is spectacular. In Tengpani area of Namsai Golden Pagoda is created, which is a symbol of peace and integrity. When in Namsai, one must visit Buddha Vihar, Glow lake, Chongkham and Momong Monastery.
Tinsukia is a well-developed city in Assam, known for being a destination for fun, learning and exploring. Gifted with beautiful landscapes, Tinsukia is the entryway to multiple wildlife sanctuaries and beautiful villages. Dibru-Saikhowa National Park, Bherjan-Borjan-Padumoni Wildlife Sanctuary, DehingPatkai Wildlife Sanctuary and bell temple are some of the main attractions of Tinsukia.