The easternmost district of the state, Anjaw, located at an altitude of 1,296 metres above sea level, shares its border with China. Anjaw is situated along the banks of the Lohit River, a tributary of the Brahmaputra.
Changlang District, showered with Bio-diversity is the eastern most part of India, having international boundary with Myanmar (Burma), where the morning Sun light first touches the Horizon of the eastern Mountain ranges of the district while the rest of the Country still napping in their cozy beds waiting for the emergence of the dawn of the day.
In the easternmost tip of our great nation India, lies this enchanting land namely Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh which is known for its pristine scenic beauty. Lohit named after the mighty river that meanders across the mountainous region from Tibet and enters India at DICHU village to meet the mighty BRAHMAPUTRA in the plains of Assam.
The phenomenal diversity of topography, flora and fauna, snow peaked mountains, deep gorges, turbulent rivers cascading down the hills, a number of waterfalls, placid lakes, archaeological sites, peace and fun loving hospitable people and above all the heavenly climate make the Lower Dibang Valley district one of the most attractive destinations for tourists.
The nascent district of Arunachal Pradesh, Namsai which came into being in 2015 derives its name from the Tai Khamti words, Nam for Water and Sai for Sand which when simply put means 'sandy water'.