Kibithoo is one of the remotest circle headquarters in Arunachal Pradesh and the only circle headqauter facing a visible across vantage of international boundary in the Indo-China border. Situated at a height of 1305 metres above sea level at the right bank of Lohit River Kibithoo is 87 km north east of Hawai.The Meyors form bulk of its population.Flowers of vivid hues, cascading waterfalls, wild raspberries and spectacular pine forest adorn the place in most exquisite way. Tall and blue mountains standing in a pleasantly cool climate adds to the charm of Kibithoo. In past times,the place has also been the witness of the war between India and China in the year 1962.

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How to Reach:

By Air

Mohanbari, Dibrugarh-Assam

By Train

New Tinsukia Jn

By Road

Tinsukia via Tezu via Walong