Pasighat is one of the oldest and important towns of Arunachal Pradesh, around 103km away. Settled at an elevation of 155m above the sea level, the town is famous for picturesque beauty and tranquil surrounding alluring a lot of travelers to this place.
Pasighat boasts of a number of tourist spots including Daying Ering Sanctuary which is home to wild elephants, smaller predators, deers and several migratory birds such as hornbills, storks, wild ducks and cranes. Also, one has to cruise through river Siang by boat to reach the sanctuary; and Pangin, an exotic location where River Siyom meets River Siang (roughly 19km away from Pasighat).
Other major attractions of the place are Kekar Monying, Komsing and Gomsi. The location doesn’t not seem to disappoint its adventure lovers too as they can indulge in exciting adventures like river rafting, angling, trekking and fishing.
The best time to travel to Pasighat is from October to April. The town is easily reachable by all modes of transportation, the nearest airport is Guwahati, Assam (577km away) and the nearest railway station is Murkongselek (36km away).