Eco-trail has been introduced to promote Eco-tourism since year 2019 after becoming a part of Basar Confluence Festival, a calendar event of Department of Tourism, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, organized by GRK. The trail is made in such a way that the visitor can see water conservation activities, plantation of rare native plant species and orchid conservation activities to make trekking informative for nature enthusiast and tourists. The trail passes through Orchid Park which houses about 67 native species. There are total of 24 native plant species conserved in the springshed area which includes rare and endangered plants, native fruiting species and medicinal plants. The plantation is mainly to ensure food for birds and animal in future .