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  Itanagar-Ziro-Daporijo-Aalo-Pasighat
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4 Days
 
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Route
Itanagar
to
Pasighat
Highlights
High Altitude Fish farm
Menga Cave
Craft Centre & Emporium
Transportation
The rates for transportation are applicable in the entire State.
Rate per day (minimum 4 days)

Tata Sumo Rs. 2500/-
Tata Indica Rs. 3000/-
Xylo Rs. 3500/-
Innova Rs. 4500/-
Scorpio Rs. 5000/-

(The cost includes car, fuel and driver cost)
Pickup - Drop off point
Itangar - Itanagar
 
DAYS
 
Journey Map
 

Daporijo:
Day 4: It is 327 km from Itanagar and 160 km from Ziro and is the headquarters of Upper Subansiri district situated by the side of the Subansiri River. Daporijo is a small scenic town where one can see suspension bridges over Subansiri River made from bamboo and cane - a testimony of rich tribal craftsmanship. The Sigem-Daporijo Reserve forest and Kamala Reserve forest with its rich avi-fauna diversity are worth seeing. Subansiri River is also ideal for river rafting, angling and picnic. Museum and Craft Centre are other places which could hold your interest.



Menga Cave:
Is a natural cave dedicated to Lord Shiva and is a famous place of worship that attracts a large number of visitors and pilgrims particularly during Makar Sankranti and Shivratri.

 

Aalo:
(Day 4): It is 297 km from Itanagar and is the headquarters of West Siang District. Aalo is situated in a picturesque valley at the confluence of Sipu and Siyom rivers against the backdrop of verdant hills and is one of the oldest towns with a strong educational setup. Some places of tourist attraction here are the Patum Bridge over Yomgo River, Museum and Donyi-Polo Dere. The place is also popular for trekking, hiking and angling

Likabali:
It is 160 km from Itanagar and is a sub-divisional headquarters of West Siang District. Likabali is one of the most widely known and important archaeological sites of the State. It is also the entry point to Arunachal from Silapathar in Dhemaji district of Assam.

Malinithan:
The temple ruins and sculptures here testify the visit of Lord Krishna who stopped over on the way to Dwarka from Bhismaknagar along with his wife Rukmini to grace the hospitality of Malini (a form of Goddess Parvati, Lord Shiva’s consort). The temple ruins dating back to 10th and 14th century AD have rich sculptural and architectural value. Beautifully designed and decorated basement of temple, divine images, icons and deities- animal motifs and floral designs, carved columns and panels have been unearthed here. This place used to be a cultural centre of north-east India in the remote past.


For details contact
Deputy Commissioner, Ziro
Ph No - +91 - 3788 – 224255
Deputy Commissioner, Aalo
Ph No - +91 - 3783 – 222221
 
Deputy Commissioner, Daporijo
Ph No - +91 - 3792 - 223223
DTO Pasighat
Ph No - + 91 - 368 – 2223315



 
 
 
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