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Ideal duration: 1 day

Best time: Apr-Oct (Read More)

Nearest Airport: Guwahati (Check Flights)


"Himalaya's Veranda"

Bomdila Tourism

With majestic Himalayas bestowing their shadow, the beautiful town of Bomdila will offer you all an area in this terrain should.

Other than sceneries and views making the area a visual treat for the eyes, wrapped around in a cool breeze and pleasant climate, the area will offer you a number of spots such as temples and wildlife sanctuaries. Both Buddhist and Hindu temples are to be found here. Some of the other places to be visited include a number apple orchards and The Eagle Nest Wildlife Sanctuary, which is just a little away. The visitors can also indulge into the arts and crafts popular in the area, as well as trekking and hiking complimented by the terrain. The proximity to the Himalayas can offer sights capable of casting spells on the viewer.

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Bomdila is a lesser known tourist destination and hence has succeeded in remaining untouched and unsullied. Bomdila is set in the east of the Himalayas, making it notable for the beautiful view that nature surrounding it has to offer. It is also known for renowned apple orchids and several Buddhist monasteries. Those travelling here can experience the day to day life of the local Himalayan Buddhists, as well as enjoy the local culture and traditions. The Bomdila Monastery is the major attraction for travellers here.

The moment of Bomdila's origins cannot be pinpointed at an exact time. Tribal rulers ruled over it until the Britishers came and declared Bomdila to be a part of Arunachal Pradesh in 1873. Bomdila has an extensive history of its many rulers, all ranging from the local tribe rulers to the Britishers, and the several wars it has witnessed. It is a beautiful and enthralling destination that would charm any traveller endlessly.

While the hotels, resorts, lodges etc serve food, the options for eating out are somewhat limited. One can only choose from some Dhabas and local joints in the main market area. Other than these, the few restaurants found here serve Indian, Continental and Chinese food. Typical North Eastern/Tibetan food is available here. Thukpa, Momos, Noodles, Soups are staple and can be enjoyed at a number of places.

One day would be sufficient in order for you to visit Bomdila and all its tourist attractions. Visit the Bomdila Buddhist Monastery and then visit the several apple orchids. During the day, you can also experience the local customs and traditions as well as the other aspects of local life.

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Bomdila Reviews

10 months ago by Pallavi Siddhanta

- It is best to get to have your bookings in advance.

9 months ago by Thapa Santosh

Must visit place. Besides the mesmerising view, we can also see the bunkers and trenches constructed during 1962 Indo China conflict. Moreover, a cafe and souvenir shop adds its beauty where one can relax and enjoy the view.

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  What's Great?

Offers a balanced mixture of a panoramic view and culture and traditions.

  What's not so Great?

Not very well connected to other towns and cities. May experience chilly weather during the winters.

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Bomdila is the ideal holiday destination for anyone who wants to get away from the crowd and spend some time in the lap of nature. This is the best destination for those who seek adventure and thrills as Bomdila offers several trekking and hiking walks and trails.

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Tezpur in Assam is the nearest airport. It is best to reach Tezpur (by bus, train or air) and then Bomdila by road. The road to Bomdila isn't very well kept and is extremely bad at a few places. Th... (Read More)

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