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Anjaw

2.5 /5 55 votes

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Best Time: Mar-Aug Read More

Ideal duration: 1 day

Nearest Airport: Dibrugarh Check Flights

Anjaw Tourism

Anjaw is a small offbeat town amidst enormous greenery, gleaming waterfalls, beautiful river streams, pine forests and a thousand other spectacular things.

Anjaw is not a much developed tourist destination, but due to its natural surroundings and greenery, it is a place where one can find solitude away from the noise of the cities. Anjaw in Arunanchal Pradesh is a newly born district after its split from the Lohit district in 2004. River Lohit, a tributary of Brahmaputra flows by this city which situated 1296 meters above sea level and is the eastern most district of India; just 20 Km away from the India - China border. People who visit this place not only appreciate the beauty of the nature, weather and ethnicity but also indulge in adventure sports activities

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Holidify's Opinion

What's Great?

Untouched by pollution and chaos of city life.

What's Not So Great?

Very few accommodation options available. Intra city commuting is not very well developed.

For Whom?

Anjaw is an ideal destination for people looking for a vacation away from the hectic schedule of daily life. It is for couples, because of its idyllic surroundings as well as for adventure seekers as it offers opportunities for hiking. 

How To Reach Anjaw

Tezu is the nearest airport to Anjaw. There are helicopter services available from here to Hayuliang. Dibrugarh airport is 150 km from Anjaw. Also, Guwahati airport is nearby and is well connected from the other main cities of the country. Tinsukia railway station is the nearest railway station. You can also reach Anjaw through roads as there are local buses from Ziro, Tezu, Along and Daporijo.

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Surbhi Parashar 1 year ago
- The district has seven Administrative Units: Hayuliang, Hawai, Manchal, Goiliang, Walong, Kibithoo and Chaglogam. Each unit has a different attraction to the tourists varying from sight seeing to adventure sports. A traveler on a short trip should prioritize accordingly
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