Kibithu is the easternmost point of India. Kibithu is a tiny village located at an altitude of 11,000 feet in Arunachal Pradesh's Lohit District, bordering China's Tibet region. Kibithoo is nestled on the right bank of the mighty Lohit River. It is the first settlement along the banks of Lohit River in Arunachal Pradesh after the river enters the Indian Territory from China. The climate of Kibithu is cool and salubrious. The whispering pine forests, wild rash berries, beautiful flowers and majestic waterfalls set against tall blue hills add to the abundant natural beauty of Kibithu.
Kibithu witnessed some of the fiercest fights by Indian Soldiers
against the Chinese in 1962. But with the passage of time, after Nathu
La, Kibithu is fast emerging to be a new melting point of Indo-China
friendship. It offers relatively easy travel up to Chinese side.