Perched atop a height of 3,500 meters, Bomdila is breathtaking & beautiful hill station in Arunachal Pradesh. It is snow clad for most part of the year making it the most delightful destination to get away to in summer.
It has Buddhist and Tibetan influence with a fair amount of Gompas spread around. It has numerous trekking trails that run through small roads, thick forest and hills making them an unforgettable experience
Nearest Airport is Tezpur, 113 kilometers away.
Nearest Railhead is Guwahati, 320 kilometers away.’
Bomdila is well connected by roads all over India.
NOTE: If driving your own vehicle, tank up on the first opportunity as fuel stations often dry out.
Theoretically March to October are the best months to visit Bomdila. However, if you are geared up for wintery conditions, any time is suitable. It remains considerably cold throughout and definitely chilly in winters.... read more...
Losar Celebrated as the beginning of New Year according to the Monapa Calender between the months of February and March, Losar festival continues for 15 days during which people offer prayers and celebrate with dance, music and different food. Saka Dawa This festival marks the birth and enlightenment of Buddha. It is celebrated during the fourth month of Lunar Calendar which falls between April-June. Torgya Torgya is celebrated to commemorate the victory of good over evil, and is celebrated for three days during the eleventh month of Lunar Calendar which falls between December- January.
Bomdila is famous for its Handicrafts, wood works and Tibetan Carpets. Apart from the Craft Centre & Ethnographic Museum where one will find all of the above, there are local markets for the same which are equally good and are cheaper.
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