A popular attraction of Ziro, Tarin Fish Farms is a part of the Bulla village, which is inhabited by the people of Apatani tribes. The best part about this place is that here you can see the process of raising the two crops of rice (Mipya and Emoh) and a breed of fish (Ngihi) together, a practice which is followed by the Apatanis tribes. Covering an area of 7.4 hectares, the farm was established in 1985-86 under the NEC in 1985-86.
Tarin Fish Farm is approximately 3.5 kilometers from Hapoli, and approachable only by trekking.
Make a point to see the the crops of rice (Mipya and Emoh) and one crop of fish (Ngihi) are raised together. You can also visit the Hapoli town to see the beautiful view of the neighbouring hills.
Spring season (February and March) will be the best time to plan a visit to the Tarin FIsh Farm.