Ziro Valley

Ziro Valley, India is quite a wonderland hidden in the subtropical mountain foothills of Central Arunachal Pradesh.

The hypnotic landscape is tucked in the Lower Subansiri District of Arunachal Pradesh, at an elevation of 5500ft above the sea.

The far stretched golden paddy fields dotted with rustic wooden huts and guarded by the green pine trees with a backdrop of the emerald mountains leaves us a soothing impression.

The cobalt blue skies and cotton candy clouds layers up making the valley picturesque and irresistable.

The bewitching landscape wrapped with a thick blanket of flora and fauna is known for its golden paddy fields, lush bamboo grooves, pine trees, fish farms and gorgeous villages sprinkled with wooden huts.

The Quaint land – Ziro Valley Arunachal Pradesh is the home of indigenous Apatani Tribe people. The valley is named after the Ziro Clan, who were the first Apatanis to settle here.