Tourism is almost non-existent in this north-eastern Indian state, but visitors are given a warm welcome in jungle and highland villages, says travel writer Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent – just beware of the local moonshine
Arunachal Pradesh feels very removed from the rest of India. It rises up like a sheer green wall from the flat Assam valley. Foreigners have been allowed in since 1998, but it’s still not an easy place to get around. Many of us think we know India but this remote, far north-eastern corner is a blank space in the popular imagination.
Source: The Guardian