Arunachal CM Pema Khandu Urges You To Ring In The New Year At Dibang Valley. *Books Tickets ASAP* 

by Sanjana Shenoy
Arunachal CM Pema Khandu Urges You To Ring In The New Year At Dibang Valley. *Books Tickets ASAP* 

If you’re currently on the hunt for the perfect destination in India to celebrate New Year’s eve, then we have news. Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has shared a stunning video of the state’s Dibang Valley. And he urges travellers to ring in the New Year at this nature that’s no less than paradise. Here’s all about it.

Arunachal CM Shares Video Of Majestic Waterfalls In State

Arunachal CM Pema Khandu shared a video originally posted by Tallo Anthony on Instagram. The video shows the content creator standing in front of majestic gushing waterfalls in Dibang Valley. In his caption, the Arunachal CM stated that the panoramic view, relaxing ambience and stunning surroundings make Zawru Valley a must-visit place. He further urged travellers to spend the New Year in the lap of nature in Arunachal’s pristine Dibang Valley.

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Here’s Why You Must Visit Dibang Valley This New Year

Named after the Dibang River, the Dibang Valley is India’s least populated district, spread across 9129 sq km. It’s flanked by lush green mountains and gushing waterfalls. Wildlife enthusiasts can spend time unravelling the rich fauna and flora of the district. Adventure junkies can even go trekking at snowclad mountains and explore hidden mountain lakes. Paragliding and rock climbing would appeal to adventure enthusiasts.

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Dibang Valley
Picture Credits: Wikimedia Commons

Every year, Dibang Valley celebrates Reh and Ke-Meh-Ha, the two main festivals with much pomp and glory. You can witness traditional music and dance. Moreover, immerse yourself in the centuries-old traditions and values. The district is also known for housing medicinal plants like Taxux Bacata and Coptis Teeta.

Well, we have booked our tickets to Arunachal. What about you?

Cover Image Courtesy: tallo_anthony/ Instagram