Ziro is the small busy hamlet of the Indian state Arunachal Pradesh situated at a distance of 115 km from state capital Itanagar. UNESCO has named it under a tentative list of World Heritage Site. This is one of the oldest towns of the state dominated by Apatani tribe. This is one of the famous bio-diversity sites which are under observation because of its rich flora and fauna. With mild and pleasant climate, Ziro is popular for its pine forest amid hills and rice fields.
The climate condition of the district varies from place to place as well as season to season. The climate is largely influenced by the nature of terrain depending upon altitude and location. Ziro introduces you to Subansiri District which occupies the centre of Arunachal. This is a place of hills and forests and breezes, home to the Apatani people who grow rice and rear small fish; uniquely, both are grown in the same patches of land. They can be recognised by tattoos and the women’s nose plugs.
This tranquil town with its charming and scenic beauties attracts travellers and photographers from all across the globe. The place besides its picturesque view is also great for trekking, jungle camping and wild life exploration.