Famous for: Bomdila monastery, Apple Orchards, Bomdila View Point, Eaglenest wildlife sanctuary, Tipi Orchid Reserve, Upper Gompa, Lower Gompa, R.R hill.
Ideal Visit Time: Between April and October is the best time to visit Bomdila.
In the state of Arunachal Pradesh in India, Bomdila is the headquarters of West Kameng District. The area provides home to tribes like Aka, Mijiu , Mona, Sherdukpen, and Khawas. The small town, Bomdila is roosted amidst the panoramic settings of the elevated ranges of the eastern Himalayas. It is an outlying destination. Like few other Indian cities, it has absconding the virtual tourist attack in current times. Along with its Buddhist monasteries and apple orchids Bomdila is renowned for its scenic environs . It is also enjoyable to the adventure seeker with its legionary trekking trails. At an altitude of 2,530 m above sea level, It is set amidst the mighty Himalayas. The archetype of Bomdila is lost over time. In medieval times, it was a portion of the kingdom of Tibet .Generally rulers from Bhutan and local tribal rulers ruled it from time to time. Along with the main port of communication for North east India, it is the primary business, commercial and financial hub of Eastern India. Again it’s the third largest Urban economy of India. The 7th most populous city in India is Kolkata, under 2011 Indian Census. For it’s historical and architectural interpretation the city is known as the “cultural capital of India”.
Major Attraction Of Bomdila
How to Reach:
By Train: The nearest railway station is Rangapara Railway Station with a distance of 145 km.
By Air: Tezpur airport is the nearest airport with about a distance of 150 km from Bomdila. Air India flights from Kolkata and Guwahati are received by Tezpur.