Sangti Valley - Hidden from civilization, an incredibly green heaven on earth

Early morning mist wandering over the paradise village in Sangti valley in the Lower Himalayas at 5:40 AM!

Sangti valley is not well known to the outside world. But, in my mind, this is the place to go to if you are seeking rest and relaxation in a heavenly hill station. Surrounded by the towering ranges of the Eastern Himalayas, blessed by pleasant weather round the year, with maybe some light snowfall in the winter months, dotted with pristine forests and meandering fast hill rivers. Surrounded by orchards laden with apples, kiwis and oranges, the valley is the epitome of beauty. Small villages line the road, and wild horses and domesticated cows can be seen.

It’s one of the most stunning places I’ve been. It is encompassed by Eastern Himalayan extents and you will discover this region rich in thick timberlands and streams,Surrounded by the lofty peaks of the Eastern Himalayas, this picturesque valley is the place to be on early winter mornings

The beauty of Sangti Valley is Indescribable, I would be lying if I say I did not feel like not going back, more than once. Sangti does this to you. 

You can’t judge a place worth on its popularity as there are still some secret places to visit in India even with its huge population. When you research about Arunachal Pradesh

Sangti Valley is on the Bomdila – Tawang highway of Western Arunachal Pradesh in North East India.


Valley view

Reflections of Misty Mountains

Vegetable creepers over the slopes in Village

Mist Layers above village

Paddy fields in Sangti Valley

Sangti Village

Cattle beside streams 

Misty Morning in village

Houses on the slopes

Mist carpet over Alpine Trees

Streams passing through the village

Wooden Cattle Enclosure

Cattle grounds beside streams in Village