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Talle Valley for Trekkers

One of the best trekking sites with a promising picturesque view of a wide variety of flora and fauna, Talley valley is a must-visit in Arunachal Pradesh tourism. Along with rich culture and historical facts, this place has a lot to offer to travel enthusiasts! 

How to reach

The nearest airport near Talle valley is in Guwahati. You can take a local or a private vehicle to reach there by ziro valley. The nearest station to Talle valley is Naharlagun railway station which is approximately 90km from Talle valley. You can also take a road trip for a wonderful journey. There is a 37 km foot trek from Ziro to Talle valley for all trekkers.

Best season to visit Talle valley

To experience the best weather of the rain forests with magnificent mountains flashing at a distance you must visit there in the months between October to March.

About the place

Talle valley wildlife sanctuary is at an elevation of 1200 to 3000 km. Starting from the Ziro valley this place is exceptionally tempting and a great place to explore the Apatani tribes. The rich culture and traditions attract a lot of tourists from all over the world. Through Talle valley trekking you will explore three valleys of the district that is Talle valley, Ziro valley, and the Pangey valley.

After the great and tiring experience through all the magnificent green valleys, the smooth and breezy vibe around the Talle river and Pangey river will give you relaxation and fuel for the next adventure. After that, the pine trees, orchids, white bamboo, lichens, ferns, and mosses all over the Talley valley wildlife sanctuary will give you a spellbound farewell from the Talle valley. 

An inner line permit is necessary to enter the state of the northeast which is easily available online at around INR 100-400.

Talle valley has a lot to offer to the tourists of Arunachal Pradesh. Make sure that you don’t rush your trip and take time to explore this place. A minimum of 5 days is better to trek and camp and explore more and more about the place.

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