Ziro – Arunachal’s Paradise Destination!


Nestled in a quaint corner of the country, the vibrant city of Ziro is famous for its annual music festival, quirky cuisine, and of course, cute accessories to feast on. Watch the morning sun peeping from the hills, zone in the lap of nature, or enjoy the visual symphony of the Zero Puto hill – time to focus your lens on this postcard-worthy holiday destination in Arunachal Pradesh.

How to Reach Ziro

The nearest airport to Ziro is Tezpur Airport. However, the best way is to arrive via Guwahati Airport from where you can either opt for a road trip to Ziro or book yourself a train ticket to Kathal Pukhuri, the nearest railway station! Another route will be chosen from Guwahati to Lilabari, from where you can hire a local taxi to reach Ziro.

The Best Places to Visit in Ziro

1. Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

The habitat of endangered clouded leopards, Tally Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is a biodiversity hotspot, home to Pleioblastus Simone, a type of bamboo species found in this valley. Zero is situated on the northeast side of the city, if you want to soak in the raw untouched beauty of nature, this is the perfect trekking haven. Have your cameras ready to capture live wildlife in this sanctuary!

2. Hapoli​

Hapoli scores high with a water-filled patchwork of paddy fields and natural treks, offering a true-blue zero experience, while checking all the boxes for a relaxing holiday destination. The attraction of your stay here will be recorded at the Circuit House, which is famous for offering panoramic spots around the verandah from the top of the hill.

3. Tarin Fish Farm

The indigenous farming tribe is famous for practicing the method of the Apatanis, where two crops of rice – Mipya and Emoh are cultivated along with the Negi crop of fish, a visit to Taryn Fish Farm is one of the most delightful experiences in Ziro.

4. Bamboo Grove

Love the forest paintings that often decorate the walls of our drawing-room? Filled with the blue hues of pine with a blue cap, Zero got a chance to see it for the first time at Bamboo Grove. One of the best places in Ziro for enthusiastic hikers, the groves here provide a pleasant backdrop for picnics with friends and family.

5. Tipi Orchid Research Centre

A world of orchids awaits you their warm scent through the air. Hop for the Orchid Glass House and feast your eyes on the nearly 100 species of orchids in the exhibit here. Snap a few insta-worthy pictures at the central pond fountain or roam around the homes of other species, holding around 10,000 varieties of orchids for conservation purposes. Mind-blowing, isn’t it?

6. Kile Pakho​

The famous Zero Ridge, Kel Pakho, is a magnificent junction between the Vardhman Plateau of Ziro and the majestic Himalayan Mountains. A gorgeous trekking destination for nature-lovers from around the world, be prepared to take you back home for some amazing pictures.

7. Meghna Cave Temple

A sacred site of Lord Shiva, Meghna Cave Temple is a 5000-year-old wonder, which invites tourists and worshipers alike. Located at 300 feet offering breathtaking expansions, the ideal time to visit this temple would be during the festival of Maha Shivaratri – the mania and charm will leave you spellbound!

8. Dilopolyang Maniipolyang

Difficult to pronounce in a local way, Dilopolyang Manipolyang is an attractive twin hillock near the Talali Valley Wildlife Sanctuary. One of the best-acclaimed tourist destinations of Arunachal Pradesh, enjoy a scenic trek between the hills here to experience the peace of nature.

We cannot end without mentioning Ziro’s vibrant food scene. Although locals taste the taste of mice and silkworms, there are many more options for non-adventurous eaters. Get your hands on bamboo chicken – it’s mouth-watering! Skip your regular brew for local rice beer – it’s fresh and easily available here. Oh, is that so! And of course, don’t forget to try Zen – a millet dish served with curry, meat, and fermented cheese – delicious!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Ziro

Q. Why is Ziro famous?

A – It is famous for paddy-cum-pisciculture cultivation. The area is renowned for the terrace paddy fields where the unique system of poly-culture and water management is practiced by the local people. Mainly inhabited by the Apatani tribe, the town wears a festive look during festivals celebrated by the Apatani people.

Q. Is Zero worth watching?

A – It is one of the favorite places of tourists. It covers an area of ​​337 km. It is at an altitude of 2400 meters and several rivers like Pange, Seepu, Karing, and Subansiri flow through the sanctuary. It is rich in flora and fauna.

Q. What is special in Ziro Valley?

A – Nestled in the forbidding mountain-scape of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro Valley is an enchanting holiday destination in North East India that mesmerizes all with its mesmerizing natural charm, consisting of sprawling rice fields, quaint villages, and thickets of vibrant flora. Under the layers are rolling green hills.

Q. Is there snow in Zero?

A – Another ideal time to visit Ziro is in early winter from October to November when the valley is covered with snow. However, the months from late November to January experience temperatures as low as -13 °C; Therefore it should be avoided.

Q. How can I go to Zero Arunachal Pradesh?

A – Rail: The nearest railway station to reach Ziro is Naharlagun. It takes approximately 8 hours to travel from Guwahati to Naharlagun by train. After which it is a 4-hour drive to reach Ziro. By Road: There are direct buses to reach Ziro which are available from North Lakhimpur and Itanagar.

Q. How do I reach Ziro from Mumbai?

A – There is no direct connection between Ziro to Mumbai. However, you can take a train to Stcruz, walk to New Agripada, take a bus to Domestic Airport Junction, walk to Mumbai airport, fly to Jorhat, then taxi You can take zero.

Q. How to reach Zero Valley Festival?

A – By road. Hire a taxi from Guwahati or Jorhat (about 470 km). ,
By plane. Likabali and Tezpur are the nearest airports but unreliable when it comes to flight schedules. ,
By Rail. The nearest railway station is Naharlagun which is at a distance of about 3 hours from Ziro.

Q. How can I reach Zero Festival from Delhi?

A – Zero has no direct connection with New Delhi. However, you can go to the airport by metro, walk to Delhi airport, fly to Dibrugarh, then take a taxi to Ziro. Alternatively, you can take the metro to the airport, walk to the Delhi airport, fly to Jorhat, then take a taxi to Ziro.

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