Pasighat is a charming little town in Arunachal Pradesh located on the shoreline of Brahmaputra River. Best time to visitPasighat is during the months of November to April, but we have laid down a seasonal break below for your better understanding.
Summers in Pasighat: April to June
This charming little town Pasighat during summers experiences hot and humid climate. The temperatures range from 20°c - 35°c. But you can visit a summer attraction about 60km from Pasighat where River Siang meets River Siyom, this gives a marvellous sight to the spectators.
Monsoon in Pasighat: July to September
Monsoon in Pasighat is calming with cool breeze and raindrops on the tined roofs. During this season the temperatures drop to 18°c - 29°c. It is not a suitable time to visit this place as most of the attractions will be closed.
Winters in Pasighat: Oct to March
Visiting Pasighat during the winter season is considered the best time to visit for sightseeing expedition. During winters you can visit tourist interest attractions like Daying Ering Wild Life Sanctuary, with other excursions places of interest like Akashiganga, Malinithan, Along, Kekar Monying and rafting in area like River Siang and Brahmaputra.