Bomdila is a tiny and beautiful town in Arunachal Pradesh that is settled at an altitude up to 8000 ft. above sea level. It is home to numerous Buddhist Monasteries, which are storehouses of the land's very culture, spirit, and essence. Bomdila tourism not only serves its visitors with its scenic charm and important places of interest but also with several exciting adventures, including hiking and trekking. The town is famous for its apple orchards and awe-inspiring views of Kameng valley and snow-capped mountains, making it a wonderland for nature lovers. In addition, the lush greenery of the place makes every traveler relax like never before.
The important places of interest in Bomdila include Tibetan monasteries, Orchid research and development, ethnographic museums, and a craft center. You may also visit Tawang Town, around 237km away, a town with 400 years old Buddhist monastery. Bomdila is also famous for some unique buys such as Tibetan carpets, beautiful paintings, and thangkas exhibiting a large section of Buddhist and Tibetan culture tradition.
The best time to be at Bomdila is from April to October. You can reach here by all modes of transportation; the nearest airport is Tezpur, Assam (155km away), and the nearest railway station is Rangapara, Assam (146km away).