Summers (April to June) - 20°c - 35°c
If you are a summer loving traveller and prefer to carry less clothes then summers is the perfect time to visit Arunachal Pradesh. With the temperature that ranges from 20°c - 35°c, it makes an ideal summer vacation for family, honeymooners and even for solo travellers. Despite the fact that, the journey may be quite tiresome and sweaty due to hot weather, being a hill destination there are many top tourist attractions and sightseeing places around Arunachal like Tawang, Roing, Ziro, Namdapha National Park etc. Although summer happens to be an offseason you can visit refreshing local sites like amazing wildlife reserves, beautiful waterfalls, holistic temples and monasteries and more. Plus, the best holiday deal you can get in Arunachal Pradesh during summers is that one can get great selection of hotel and budget travel deals.
Monsoons (July to September) - 18°c - 29°c
Monsoon has a cooling weather and a perfect season to cuddle up and gaze at the beautiful wonders outside. After a hot summer season it is a must to cool down and give some radiant to the nature, that’s when monsoon plays its part. The monsoon season in Arunachal Pradesh lasts only for a short while. But during this season, the destination receives about 2,000 to 4,000 mm of rainfall. Sometimes this season experiences sudden change in the weather and it is constant, you may see dark clouds in one moment and sunny sky soon after. However, it is advice not to visit Arunachal Pradesh during this season due to heavy showers and landslides. But if you think you can pass the risks of getting stuck between the roads onward Arunachal then you can visit some top tourist attractions like Nuranang Falls and Bap Teng Kang Waterfall.
Winters (Oct to March) - 8°c - 14°c
Visiting Arunachal Pradesh during the winter season would be an ideal time as the weather is comfortable and it is the perfect season to go for sightseeing expedition.
Arunachal Pradesh since it is located in the upper Himalayan range the elevation is really high giving it an alpine or tundra type of weather. The temperatures fluctuate between 8°c - 14°c and it remains quite chilly, though refreshing. Due to the cool temperature, the visitors enjoy and have good time visiting many local attractions in Arunachal. If you wish to be surrounded by culture, people and lots of fun then winters are the perfect time for sightseeing. It is not just the attractions that invite the tourists but also its winter festival. Nyokum Yullo and Chalo Loku are an agricultural festival celebrated during the month of February. Another excitement filled festival is Pangsau Pass Winter Festival that is joyously celebrated during the month of January and it is one of the most popular tourism events of Arunachal Pradesh.