September 28, 2021

7 Top Tourist Attractions in Lower Pakke Kessang

Pakke Kessang

Top Tourist Attractions in Lower Pakke Kessang

Pakke Kessang is a town in the Arunachal Pradesh state of India. It is part of the Pakke-Kessang district, which was formed from the East Kameng district and has five administrative units: Pakke Kessang, Seijosa, Pijerang, Passa Valley, and Dassing-Passo, with the district headquarters at Lemmi.

Best Places to Visit in Pakke Kessang

The many hillsides of the region are lushly green, including tourist attractions in the Passa Valley and Pakke Valley districts. The northern portion of the district, from Pijerang to Lumdung and Rilloh, is covered by the Passa Valley, while the middle and southern parts are covered by the Pakke Valley.

The Pakke-Kessang district has a number of notable attractions.

Lemmi: The district capital where tribal dance festivals are held

Lumdung: Wintering grounds of certain species of migratory birds

Rilloh: A tourist village located approximately 78km south of Seppa in East Kameng district

Pakke-Kessang Hill Station: Located 144km southeast of Seppa and known for its views of the Himalayas

Pakke Tiger Reserve: Located 64km north of Tezpur and 225km southwest of Seppa

The Pakke River: Known for fishing, which requires permits issued by the district headquarters

Best Time to Visit in Pakke Kessang

Anytime

The best season is from November to April.  

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