Ziro

Dolo Mando – Trekking

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One of the famous attractions of Ziro, travellers trek to the top of this hillock to view the Hapoli town and old Ziro. This hillock is situated on the western side of Ziro on the Daporijo Road.

Kile Pakho

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It works as a view point as the viewers get unique views on both sides. The Ziro plateau on one and the snow laden Himalayas on the other.

Meghna Cave Temple

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This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located close to Ziro. The 10 minutes climb up the stairs is completely worth it when you reach the 5000 year old structure at 3000 feet above sea level.

Midey – Trekking

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Known primarily for its blue pine trees, this place also provides excellent trekking oppurtunities.

Pine Grove

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Pine Grove is located just 3km away from Ziro. This place is an excellent picnic spot with an amazing view.

Shiv Linga

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The Shivlinga is a part of the famous Siddheshwar Nath Temple. The 25m high Shivlinga has a constant flow of water running on it. Beautiful idols of Parvati and Ganesh are also a part of the temple.

Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

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This 337 sq. km. sanctuary is home to a wide and exotic variety of flora and fauna. The endangered clouded leopards are also found here. The sanctuary has a spectrum of flora as well which includes silver fir trees, ferns, orchids, bamboo and rhododendron.

Tarin Fish Farm – Paddy cultivation

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Paddy cultivation is a major occupation in Ziro. Here, two different varieties of rice are grown with one variety of fish in the water. Bamboo and Pine trees surround the paddy fields. Each component of this cultivation has a role to play – just like in coffee plantations.

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