Pasighat-Jengging-Yingkiong Circuit is a famous trekking route in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. This route starts from Pasighat in the East Siang District and extends up to Yingkiong via Jengging. This trekking route also leads to Komsing, where travellers can see a beautiful stone memorial of the Assistant Political Officer of Sardia Noel Williamson, which was constructed during the British reign. The black stone memorial was built on the Kekar Monying mountain cliff, where freedom fighter Adis fought against British.
Molangi is located 11 Kms from Kali Wilderness Camp. If you are a out door person then Molangi is the place to be. It is situated in dense forests with large bamboo trees and the river Kali passes between huge rock formations and steep cliffs and slopes, making Molangi a perfect campers hideout. You can spend the entire day backpacking across the deep dense jungle watching the spiders spin their webs and fungus grown on tree barks.
This place is a popular picnic spot and also safe for swimming.
Kolad is a spectacular location to experience the pleasure of white water river rafting. Kundalika river’s 14-kilometre stretch of exciting rapids will provide one and a half hours white water rafting. Rafting through the river calls for extreme courage and bravery. Water rafting in the river reaches its zenith during monsoon season since the water levels are high.
Prettily transformed into an excellent recreational centre, Dak Pathar in Dehradun-Chakrata road is the site of a hydel project. An idyllic place with lustrous greenery and awesome lawns, this place entails lots of entertaining activities. Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam is the authority which runs this tourist complex.
Situated in the remote village Goolar Khalla, Tiger View Jungle camp offers the unusual opportunity of seeing the giant of the jungle in its natural habitat. The most endangered species, the Indian Tiger is conserved here in its natural environs and spotting a tiger in the thick jungles is a wonderful experience.
Kakkayam is actually a very nice trekking site and one of the few natural habitats that must be seen when traveling to India. Kakkayam also has a dam in the area, but the general area has been conserved by the Forest Police so that you can enjoy a good hike or trekking there within the nature. Kakkayam also has a very good rock climbing opportunity and many people come there just for that purpose. If you especially travel between April and the month of November, you can get more enjoyment from the area. In addition, there is a 3 km trail that you can trek in Kakkayam.