Dibang Valley is a  15th district of Arunachal Pradesh named after Dibang river it is a immense treasure house of natural beauty, traditional arts, crafts, tribal culture  and unique wildlife. The district has picturesque hills and mighty rivers like Iphi, Dibang, Eze, Diphu, Sisiri etc. Dibang is a least populated district in India and has an area of 9,129 sq km. As per 2011 census total population in the district is 54080 persons out of whom 28,053 are males and 26,027 are females. Dibang district has a sub-tropical climate. The district experiences heavy rainfall in the month of March to September.




Specialty of Dibang Valley

Dibang valley is rich in wildlife. Rare mammals such as red goral, musk deer, Mishmi takin, Asiatic Black dear, red panda, occasional tiger and Gongshan muntjac occur while among birds there are Blyth’s tragopan and Sclater’s monal.

Things to do in Dibang Valley

If you are thinking what to do in Dibang Valley, let us tell you it is a wonderful place with lots of activities to do. Here is the list of best things to do in Dibang Valley that will gave you an amazing experience of staying there.

  • Trekking
  • Attending Zero Music Festival
  • Rafting
  • Explore the wonderful attractions of Hunli
  • Playing around in snow at Mayodia Pass

Places to visit in Dibang Valley


Hunli is a beautiful valley nestled at an altitude of 5000 feet. It is a sub-divisional headquarter of Hunli-Desali Tehsil of the Lower Dibang Valley district in the north-eastern state of Arunachal. Hunli is almost 90 km away from the small town Roing, which is at an altitude of 8800 feet. It is a place especially for nature lovers and trekkers. The main attraction of the place is a cave temple at Kupunli.






Roing, district headquarter of Lower Dibang Valley district in the Arunachal Pradesh State. The snow peaked mountains, deep gorges, numerous waterfalls, turbulent rivers cascading down the hills, archaeological sites, placid lakes, peace and fun loving hospitable people and above all the heavenly climate make this place one of the most attractive destinations for tourists.




3.Mehao Lake

Mehao is one of the beautiful lake located within the Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary and it is at a height of 3000 feet. This place is one of the less explored destination in Arunachal Pradesh. Mehao is the natural lake amidst lush green forest is located in the heart if Mehao. The lake attracts a lots of seasonal birds and the water of the Mehao lake is crystal clear and the huge number of wild ducks are attracted towards the lake especially during winter season.


Mehao Lake


4.Mipi Pene

Mipi Pene centre is located at Lower Dibang Valley in Roing at Ezenggo in the northern state of Arunachal Pradesh. The Mipi Pene centre was established in the year 2017 with the idea of preserving and promoting Igu system of the Idu Mishmi Community.


Mipi Pene



Nijomaghat is a picnic spot located about 15 km from Roing. Nijomaghat was build by the British in 19th century and is located at a distance of around 15 km from Roing.




6.Jia village

Located in Palampur tehsil of Kangra district in Himachal Pradesh Jia is a small village surrounded by the evergreen forests. It is situated at a distance of 17 km from district headquarter Palampur. According to the census 2011 information the location code of Jia village is 011480. Literacy rate of jia village is 66.04 percent out of which 71.29 percent males and 61.26 percent females are literate. There are about 52 houses in Jia village and the Pincode of jia village is 176099.


Jia village



Anini is the headquarters of Dibang valley district in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh in northeast-India. Anini is a small underdeveloped town, because of its remoteness. This place is marked by pleasant weather and immense natural beauty makes it the tourist’s paradise, appearing from the clouds. Its silence, magic and beauty is almost untouched and can relax you to the core.



Places to eat near Dibang Valley

  • Sangrila Restaurant
  • Pulu Beer Bar
  • Hotel Tribal Food
  • Milan Restaurant
  • Rosni Restaurant
  • Fb Spice
  • Universe Café & Restro
  • Naruka Restaurant
  • Yangzon Restaurant
  • Udita Restaurant

Timings to visit Dibang Valley

The best timings to visit Dibang Valley is the Winter season. The temperature remains comfortable and is apt for the sightseeing. The best months to visit are October, November and January. Winters approach Dibang Valley in November and last till February. 

How to Reach

By Air

The nearest airport is Chabua Airport, Dibrugarh. Which is almost seven-hour drive from the headquarters of district and the nearest International Airport is Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati which roughly takes 8 hours to reach by road. You can easily hire a taxi or cab from the outside of the Airport to reach at the valley.

By Rail

The nearest railway station is Murkongselek railway station from Anini located at a distance of 323 km. You can hire a taxi or cab or book a car to cover that distance. You can hire taxi or cab from the outside of the railway station to reach at the valley.

By Road

Arunachal Pradesh state road transport corporations are connected to most of the major towns like Dibrugarh, Sibsagar, Jorhat, Roing, Tinsukia etc.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)s


Que- Which river is known as Dibang river?

Ans- The Brahmapurta river in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh is also known as Dibang.


Que- How many days are enough to explore Dibang Valley?

Ans- 4-5 days are sufficient to explore Dibang Valley


Que- Where is Dibang Valley situated ?

Ans-  Dibang is a district situated in Arunachal Pradesh.


Que- What is Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary famous for?

Ans- The Dibang Sanctuary is rich in wildlife. Rare mammals such as Mishmi takin, musk deer, red panda etc.


Que- Is their ATMs available in Dibang?

Ans- Yes, there are ATMs available in Dibang Valley.