Sitting as an administrative headquarter of Lower Dibang Valley in Arunachal Pradesh by the side of the beautiful Dibang River, Roing is an entrancing tourism place which attracts nature lovers, adventure aficionados, cultural freaks and history enthusiasts alike. The place is abound in endless treasures of captivating tourist attractions including blissful lakes, ancient archaeological sites, wildlife sanctuaries and serene gardens that seem to cast a magical spell on every visitor leaving them entranced for their entire lives.
While Roing in itself is a celestial paradise offering rejuvenating vibes to all nature lovers and fatigued souls, just in case one is looking for a much splendid retreat, away from anything even a bit touristy, Mayudia located just around 50 km. ahead Roing makes for a destination must visit. Perched at an elevation of 2655 metres, the place is a snow-seeker’s empyrean bestowed with a picturesque beauty simply beyond words; a tranquil and soul-soothing aura of this scenic heaven purely adds to its rustic charm and offers a great respite to city dwellers looking for unmatched peace and solitude. A journey from Roing to Mayudia is also somethings which needs a special mention; ever changing vistas of Himalayan peaks, mischief of mists and clouds playing hide and seek and rare Himalayan birds filling air with their musical coos, truly provide for a magical experience and fills every visitor’s heart with unexplained serenity and tranquillity. One can easily spend a night or two in this unique hill resort and then return to Roing to spend remaining of their holidays.
For travellers who are planning a trip to this tiny jewel of North East India with simply an idea of being treated with a rich cultural feast, Roing is surely not going to leave them disappointed too; the town located on the foot of the mesmerizing Mishmi Hills, is home to friendly and warm Mishmi and Adi tribes who are quite receptive to outsiders and leave no stones unturned in hosting their guests with their kind hospitality.
For the best cultural experience, do plan for holidays in Roing during the time of festivals and celebrations which are packed with never-ending fun of folk music & dances, acrobat performances and unusual religious rituals. A chance to bite on the traditional cuisine of these tribes is an added highlight and is sure to leave all food aficionados with some delectable flavours etched on their taste buds forever.
To visitRoing, one can opt to fly in at the ‘Mohanbari Airport’ or ‘Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport’ both located in Assam and board a taxi or a state run bus from there. In case one is travelling through a train journey, must get down at ‘Tinsukia Railway Station’ and further carry on with the trip partially by road and partially via a ferry excursion over mighty Brahmaputra River. For tourists with time crunch, can also opt for Pawan Hans operated helicopter flights which can be easily availed from the cities of Guwahati, Dibrugarh and Naharlagun, again located in the neighbouring state of Assam.
For those seeking a comprehensive travel guide on Roing, the team of Tour My India, brings for them the under-listed sections, briefly hinting on the town’s popular tourism places, best things to do, must see attractions, best hotels to stay and most ideal modes of transportation to go around the town. We also deal in providing holiday and travel packages at best discounted rates for our esteemed prospective customers. Having an experience in the travel industry for over a decade, guests can be well-assured of our world-class services and hassle free arrangements, be it for sightseeing tours, acquiring required tourist permits, hotel accommodations or airport transfers. To fix an itinerary, just call or email our staff and we would be happy to assist in every possible manner.