About Itanagar

Itanagar is the capital of the northeast Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. Set in the foothills of the Himalayas, the city is home to medieval Ita Fort and the Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum, which exhibits textiles and handicrafts. The nearby Gompa, a yellow-roofed Buddhist temple, was consecrated by the Dalai Lama. West of town is Geker Sinying, also known as Ganga Lake, surrounded by forests, orchids, and ferns.
Ganga Lake

Ganga Lake also called Gyakar Sinyi, is located in a scenic environment surrounded by lush greenery and majestic mountains. 
Ita Fort 

Ita Fort means ‘Fort of Bricks’ in Ahom language. The fort, which was constructed around the 14th century, stands as proof of the supremacy of the ancient people in the field of architecture. 
Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary 

Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary valleys and hills offer great views to nature lovers. The sanctuary is rich in a wide range of trees. 
Namdapha National Park

Namdapha National Park is declared as Tiger Reserve, is located in Changlang district and it is India’s largest national park.
Polo Park

This botanical garden with wonderful collections of flowers is situated on a hill in Naharlagun region. One of the highlights of Polo Park is the thickets of cane. 
Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum

Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum reflects the history and the culture of the region. The museum houses unique woodcarvings, handicrafts, and musical instruments. 

Gompa offers splendid views of Itanagar. It is also called the Centre of Buddhist Studies. The gate at the base that leads you to Gompa is colorful. 
Craft Centre and Emporium 

Craft Centre and Emporium highlight the rich culture of the land. It has a great collection of local artifacts such as wall paintings, cane, and bamboo products.

Rupa is a small hill station. The attraction of the hill station lies in the spectacular views it has to offer if you venture up to the flat area on the hilltop. 
Indira Gandhi Park

Indira Gandhi park has beautiful trees and plants to let you enjoy in peace the gifts of nature. 
Best Time To Visit Itanagar

Peak travel is from October to April when the weather is mild to warm and relatively dry. Itanagar experiences heavy rainfall during the monsoon season. Itanagar experiences a mild, pleasant climate all throughout the year. Situated at an altitude of 440 meters, this hill resort is endowed with a subtropic and alpine type of climates. Hence, the city enjoys a moderate temperature around the year. The summer months of May and June are usually balmy, though, at times, the mercury level can skyrocket to 410 C on extremely sweltering days. Itanagar receives rampant showers during the months of July, August, and September, with temperature levels wavering between 170 C to 300 C. The post-monsoon months, especially the winters are really acrid and cold here.

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