Ziro Travel and Tourism Guide

Situated in lower Subansiri district of Arunachal at an altitude of 1,500 metres above sea level, the Apatani plateau, as Ziro is also popularly called, is a potential World Heritage site. The ancient cave temples here date back to 5,000 years. The place has other historic relevance too. Ziro Puto for example, is a hillock where independent India’s first administrative centre was established. The place is also known as Army Puto, as the base of a military cantonment was established here during the 1960s. It offers a spectacular view of the Apatani plateau from the crest of its hillock. There’s also the Dolo Mando hillock situated on the west of Ziro, which one can scale to catch the panoramic views of the old Ziro town of Hapoli.

Arunachal Pradesh
Lower Subansiri
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