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The Unexplored Paradise Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh

The Unexplored Paradise Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh

The Unexplored Paradise Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh

There are few places on earth which keeps you away from pollution and the stress of city

life – these spots at Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh transports one with pleasure

Some   places on earth make you forget the need to stay updated with the current world. These could be those amazingly beautiful places thanks to nature’s kindness or they could be places with a great history thanks to early inhabitants who lived, flourished and left permanent marks for the future world to see. Or these places could have the best of both the elements to mesmerise you to ignore the needs to stay connected with the Internet world and updated technologies. They could take you much behind in time to enjoy the essence of a rich past and let your imagination go wild; or they could take you into the wilderness to be spellbound by the limitless beauties of nature. Or, they could offer you both as Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh does.

Tezu, a small town that boasts of beautiful rivers and valleys, is located in Lohit district in the State of Arunachal Pradesh. Mishmi tribes are the early inhabitants of this land and their history dates back to the period of the epic Mahabharata. There are many places to visit in Tezu, including picturesque lakes, religious sites and wildlife sanctuary. Here are few attractions in Tezu, which would make your tour of Tezu complete.

Dong Valley

The Unexplored Paradise Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh

Situated at the confluence of Sati and Lohit rivers, the scenic Dong Valley, which is the easternmost village of India, is the first to receive the rising sun’s rays every morning. At an altitude of 1,240 metres, the location of Dong is strategic being on the trijunction of three countries namely, India, Myanmar and China. You would love the spectacular views Dong has to offer after a wonderful trekking.

Picturesque Landscape ‘n’ Snowcapped Mountains. Glow Lake is set in a picturesque landscape with snowcapped mountains on the backdrop and lush greenery around. Situated in Wakro circle, Glow Lake is at an altitude of 5,000 feet above sea level covering 8 sq kms area. With lack of proper road facilities, the path leading to the lake offers scope for adventurous trekking.

Parasuram Kunda

The Unexplored Paradise Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh

The Unexplored Paradise Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh

Situated on Brahmaputra River banks, Parasuram Kunda attracts visitors for its religious significance and stunning landscape. Surrounded by majestic mountains, Parasuram Kunda has been referred to in ancient literature. The place is frequented from all parts of India during Makar Sankranti day and it is believed that taking a dip in the waters here would wash of one’s sins. A temple dedicated to Lord Parasuram is situated here.


The Unexplored Paradise Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh

Chaglogam is a scenic location to the left side of Dalai River. Situated at a distance of 170 km from Tezu, the place attracts tourists in great numbers. A wonderful location to make nature lovers spellbound, Chaglogam offers scope for various adventurous sports such as trekking, angling and rafting.


Famously referred to as a place full of bamboos, Walong is situated 200 km from Tezu and it is situated at 1,094 m above sea level. Namti Valley in Walong is a great tourist destination. Walong gains more importance, as the place was where Indian soldiers gallantly fought Chinese forces that invaded India in the year 1962.

D’Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary

The Unexplored Paradise Tezu in Arunachal Pradesh

D’Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary, established in the year 1976, was earlier called as Lali Wildlife Sanctuary. Spread across an area of 190 km, the sanctuary houses various wild species including tiger, elephant, hog deer and wild pig. Sambar deer is its specialty. Including endangered birds there are more than 150 species of birds in the sanctuary. Nearly 80 per cent of the sanctuary has floodplain grasslands.

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