The natural beauty of this place will leave you speechless, the whole scenery is so mesmerizing that you will be stunned to look at it, Pasighat is located on the foot of the Himalayas, and no wonder the hills here are one of the best beauty creators, you will have the most amazing view from the highways of Pasighat.
Major tourist destinations of Pasighat consist of the Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary, which is one of the most popular wildlife parks of the state for tourists and is a great place for wildlife lovers to explore with an endless variety of animals and birds. This Wildlife reserve is known for thrilling wildlife safari expeditions or a captivating bird-watching tour. Pangin about 60 km from Pasighat, is a place where River Siyom meets River Siang and the blue waters of Siyom meet the green Siang. Kekar Monying is a mountain cliff also an important historical place. It talks about intriguing tales of a ranging war once held between the native tribes and the British Army. Pasighat Buddhist Temple, East Siang District Museum are also quite popular tourist destinations in and around Pashighat in Arunachal Pradesh.
This is where the Siang River surges out of the hills and starts its winding path across the plains, soon to become the Brahmaputra. Pasighat, which sits just next to the Siang, feels more like Assam than Arunachal Pradesh. In September the town hosts the Adi festival of Solung, but the rest of the year the most interesting sight is the sunrise over the gorgeous river.
Pasighat has its own regional airport. Since 2018, ATR flights connect Pasighat to the rest of the world through Guwahati. There is a helicopter service available to different parts of Arunachal Pradesh from Pasighat. Dibrugarh (Mohaanbari) which is approximately 159 km has a larger airport. The Mukongselek railway station in Assam is just 37 km away and takes less than an hour to reach.