Arunachal Pradesh is the northern and eastern-most state of India, yet it has retained its autonomy and character through strict restrictions on entry for both foreigners and Indians, dating from the British period to the present.

It is home to probably the most diverse tribal communities in the world. Over 50 languages are spoken in Arunachal, and as we travel from one river valley to the next, the distinctive dress, village architecture and local traditions will be evident.

The historic restrictions have also preserved the natural forest and flora and fauna to an extent unmatched in the rest of the Himalayan region.

Exploring one of the most culturally rich and environmentally preserved areas
in the vast foothills of the spectacular Himalayas.
Carleton University