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Anini, Arunachal Pradesh

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Just like any other tourist place in the state, Anini is also blessed with a bountiful amount of natural wealth in terms of verdant green hills, snow-capped mountains, valleys, clean rivers, and paddy fields. The “Idu Mishmi” tribe, with their beliefs, lifestyle, and language, leave a strong mark on the visitors. Located in the Dibang valley, nature lovers and culture freaks will find the village most inviting and engrossing. The road journey to the village is dangerous and the most thrilling part of the trip. If you want to experience the pristine weather and the never-ending vistas of mesmerising views in addition to the enjoyable loneliness, then make it a point to visit Anini, the land of tribes and traditions. November to March is the best time to visit Anini. The place is about 580 kilometres from Itanagar, the capital city. The nearest railway station is Tinsukia, about 325 kilometres away. Dibrugarh, 375 kilometres away, is the nearest airport.

Nearby Places to See


Mathun Valley
In a picturesque valley about 35 kilometres from Anini is a place called Mathun Valley, which can be viewed from the nearby village of Mipi. It’s not just the valley that the drive winds through; it’s a never-ending panorama of fields and pastures.
A great place to unwind and take in a bird’s-eye view of the city, this viewpoint is conveniently located near the centre on a hill.
Dri Valley
The Dri Valley is a beautiful region in India where the Dri River flows silently and a solitary road leads to the last Indian village, Dambeun, inhabited by a small number of people from the Idu Mishmi tribe. The route to the town is lined with photogenic spots.
Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary
Hikers will need to bring their own tents and food, and there are guides available in Anini. This journey is very difficult and will take you about a week to complete. Mule deer, black bears, and red pandas are just a few of the wild animals that call this area of more than 1600 square kilometres home.
Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary
Near Roing, 225 kilometres from Anini, is the Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary, which can be reached entirely on foot. Easy hiking in 3–4 hours is possible on this trail. It was decided to give the sanctuary’s name to the large lake that can be found there. It covers about 110 square kilometres and became a protected forest in 1980. Animals like tigers, leopards, and gibbons predominate in this area.
Bhismaknagar Fort
Located 25 kilometres from Roing is the archaeological site of Bhismaknagar Fort. The area is larger than 1800 square kilometres, and excavation is ongoing. The fortress’s archaeologists have placed its construction in the 12th century.


Things to Buy

Things to buy include Souvenirs like caps, Jackets, Bags.

Foods to Relish

Momos, Thukpa, Idu Mishmi tribe delicacies.