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10 facts about Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

The small town of Bomdila is perched amongst the panoramic settings of the lofty ranges of the eastern Himalayas. It is a remote destination and like few other Indian towns, it has escaped the virtual tourist invasion in recent times. Bomdila is known for its scenic environs along with its Buddhist monasteries and apple orchids. It also attracts the adventure seeker with its numerous trekking trails.

  • It is located in the northwestern part of the state of Arunachal Pradesh, in the northeastern region of India.
  • It is set amongst the mighty Himalayas at an altitude of 2,530 m above sea-level.
  • The weather in Bomdila is alpine. Summers from April to June are short and mild, while winters are cold from November to February. It experiences rainfall between July and September.
  • The best time to visit is between April and October.
  • The origin of Bomdila is lost in time. It was a part of the kingdom of Tibet in medieval times. Local tribal rulers and rulers from Bhutan generally ruled it from time to time. The Ahom rulers of Assam did not interfere with the local tribes except for retaliatory raids into the tribal territory. The British had declared this area of Arunachal Pradesh as off-limits in 1873. The area has remained a cause of disagreement between India and China since India gained independence in 1947. China invaded the area around Bomdila in 1962, but later withdrew its troops from the area.
  • Bomdila is the headquarters of the West Kameng district of the state of Arunachal Pradesh. Bomdila offers to the tourist panoramic view of the awesome Himalayan terrain with its snow-covered mountains.

  • It is famous for its apple orchids and travellers can take a walk through them.
  • It is located in a remote part of India. It does not have an airport or railway station of its own. It is connected by road with other towns in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. You can be reached from the town of Tezpur by local bus or shared jeep.
  • Domestic tourists have to obtain the Inner Line Permit from the Deputy Commissioner of the concerned districts while foreigners need to obtain the Restricted Area Permit from the Ministry of External Affairs to tour the state.

  • There are excellent accommodation facilities in and around Bomdila. Tourist Lodge, Circuit House is available for visitors from all across the world.
  • Bomdila is the headquarters of the West Kameng district of the state of Arunachal Pradesh. A panoramic view of the awesome Himalayan terrain with its snow-capped mountains. It is famous for its apple orchids and tourists can take a walk through them. Bomdila also houses a couple of Buddhist monasteries or gompas. The surroundings of Bomdila has a number of trekking and hiking trails that attracts adventure lovers.

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