Best Time to Visit Arunachal Pradesh


If an artist was to paint Arunachal Pradesh, where would he or she start? Emerald, lime, moss, jade for the deep, deep forests. White, touched with a small gray for the wide mist. Red, white, blue, yellow, green for the slight fluttering flags of the monasteries. What shade would detain the crystal-clear water of the rivers? What blue could equal the huge sweep of the sky?

We’re agreeable to you to step into this painting. Feel the sweeps of wind up the gray-black peak. Shiver at the cold brought about by the powdery white snow. Feel the twist of heat from a big mug of tea warm your face. Stand in wonder of a royal Yak in its whole hairy and horned majesty. Arunachal Pradesh is picture perfect, but it also moves, breathes and pulses with wind, rain, heat and snow. To understand what this dazzling location is made of, you need to seem to be the forces of climate that involve it. That way, you can experience the thrill of the state in any way that you want to. 

We’ve put together a lead of all of the state’s seasons. This lead should help you reply to that very important question – what is the perfect time to visit Arunachal Pradesh? So, let’s dive right in. After all, your tour to Arunachal waits.

Peak Season – October to April

Off Season – July to August

Shoulder Season - April to May 


Travel Season

Min/Max Temperature


March to June


Summer - Hot

July to September


Monsoon - Heavy Rainfall

October to February


Winter - Snowy and Chill



Arunachal Pradesh in summer (March – June) 

Temperature - Arunachal Pradesh experiences a standard of 31 degrees elevated to 10 degrees low in summer.

Weather - Spring smoothly leads summer into Arunachal Pradesh. March retains some of the pleasing cool of winter, varied with the vivid beauty of summer. To a sure extent, March and April stand for a short spring season in Arunachal Pradesh, followed by a true, blue summer. Summer is the time of temperate wind, hot afternoons and chilly evenings. 

Significance - Keeping an eye out for the flora and fauna of Arunachal Pradesh? Well, the summer will sketch them out for your pleasure. Go trekking and see the sights in Ziro, Tawang and Namdapha National Park to explore the wildlife of this part. Summer is also the time to visit the diversity of Buddhist monasteries that Arunachal Pradesh has to present.

Why you should visit now - Dislike the winter and monsoon, Arunachal Pradesh is open to the eye. National Parks, mountain trails, and waterfalls – they’re all just right in summer. For those who are looking for the natural wonders of this area, summer is the time to do it. Additionally, the climate permits you to keep your packing on the lighter side — no need to carry heavy woolens and thermals. You can trek freely, without the added load of winter or monsoon clothing.

Things to know before the visit - If you plan to discover the area, mornings and evenings are the most enjoyable parts of the day. However, when the summer season peaks, temperatures do soar to a warm 35 degrees. In these cases, try not to exceed yourself as the heat up can sap you of all your power.

Tips - The hottest part of summer is careful to be an offseason. This means improved deals on hotels, flights and other costs of the tour. Tolerate in mind that you will want to stay hydrated and comfortable this time, as it can be rather hot. If you can move forward throughout the warmth, you can experience some of the most stunning landscapes in the country.



Arunachal Pradesh in winter (October-February) 

Temperature - Arunachal Pradesh experiences a standard of 32 degrees elevated to 4 degrees low down in winter.

Weather - Ever wanted to visit a winter wonderland? Well, Arunachal Pradesh is one. Thick, white layers of snow blanket the area, cool winds whisper and spin all around and the temperature drops down. Chirping out from all that white is an amazing quantity of green. The climate in Arunachal Pradesh in winter is enjoyable and cold. Sometimes temperatures can fall under 4 degrees and snowfall can be heavier, hampering some of the winter actions. However, this is considered to be the perfect time to visit Arunachal Pradesh, especially by snow seekers.

Significance - While the tundra-like climate can look rather farthest, seeing the sights is at its peak in winter. In September and October, you can grab the Ziro Festival of Music – a beautiful combination of local, national and international music. The Siang River festival follows in December – with more folk shows, cultural programs, music competitions, paragliding, hot air balloon rides and more. For exhibitions and shows, the Pangsau Festival in January is perfect. In February, Arunachal Pradesh celebrates Nyokum Yullo and Chalo Loku – crop festivals that herald the end of winter. For a small calm and silence, you can take a winter trek in the Talle Valley close to Ziro. For skiing and hiking, Tawang is the location to be. Festival later whips Arunachal Pradesh into a stunning frenzy – it's no speculation that so many want to be a part of it.

Why you should visit now - visible and cool days. White sparkling snow. Festivals galore. Arunachal Pradesh is excellent in the winter. Also, this is the maximum peak tourister season and so you’ll jointly get people from all cultures and corners of the world. 

Things to know before the visit - Winters in the state are normally enjoyable and cold. However, some areas get actually cold. There are also parts of the season where the temperature drops to sub-zero levels. The roads, at this time, must not be very silken or approving of the trip are sometimes barren with heavy snow. Ensure you keep an eye on the anticipation and check with locals before you venture out.

Tips - If you’re packing for a winter tour to Arunachal Pradesh, you want to live sheltered from the cold and snow. Add thermals, woolens, caps, sweaters, scarves, thick boots, sunglasses and other items to guard from the cold. 

Allured by Arunachal Pradesh? Then it’s time to head over to our holiday packages page and book a tour to this stunning area.



Arunachal Pradesh in Monsoon (July- September)

Temperature - Arunachal Pradesh experiences a standard of 34 degrees elevated to 19 degrees low in monsoon.

Weather - Middle-year is when the changeable monsoon settles above Arunachal Pradesh. Why moody? Well, the climate in the heavy rain is often random. One moment the skies are full with heavy dark clouds, the next minute, the sky is sunny and clear. Monsoon is a little and powerful season that features lash after lash of torrential rainfall. The heat and dirt of the summer are washed apart to expose lush greenery that carpets the area. 

Significance - If you do a trip to Arunachal Pradesh in the monsoon season, you can witness diverse festivals in the region. The Apatani tribe holds the cultural Dree Festival in July. The Adi society celebrates, over ten days, the festival of Solang. Monsoon is a time to drench in traditional festivities of the locals and understand the stories and emotions after them. 

Why you should visit now - The weather in Arunachal Pradesh in monsoon must be hard to navigate for us mortals. However, it is a godsend for the state’s natural landscape. The thick vegetation receives all the rainfall it wants to thrive. The land is cooled down and waterfalls like Nuranang falls and Bap Tang Kang falls swell, slide and splash down the mountain slide. If you’ve designed your tour to Arunachal Pradesh in monsoon, you’ll get to witness the delightfulness of the monsoon and what a pleasant part it has to play in nature’s show.

Things to know before the visit - The monsoon is a chart treat, there’s no hesitation about that. However, Arunachal Pradesh in monsoon also comes with its divide of risks. Due to serious rainfall, roads are habitually totally washed away. The heavy fall of rain can also activate landslides and deep floods. Humidity also rises and can make the ambiance uncomfortable. Go on with warning.

Tips - If you have your heart set on a tour to Arunachal Pradesh in the monsoon season, make sure it is a little one and in one of the comparatively drier months of the monsoon. Do pack a raincoat, windcheater, gumboots, an umbrella and other rain gear for your tour. If you are transporting a camera or any other costly gear, ensure they stay sheltered from the downpour

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