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Bomdila Travel Guide

Breathtakingly beautiful, the hill station of Bomdila, situated at 3,500 metres in the Himalayas, is the headquarters of the west Kameng district in Arunachal Pradesh. This lofty paradise called Bomdila is snow clad for a major part of the year and makes a delightful destination to get away to in summer. Lush apple orchards that stretch far and wide surround Bomdila. The town of Bomdila itself is tiny, but the area spreads over a wide ridge that straddles a mountain.

Bomdila, like other towns in the area, has a strong Buddhist and Tibetan influence. There are a fair number of gompas here and the town has quaint little eating-places where you can savour traditional Tibetan cuisine plus the all time favourites - momos and thukpas.

So take a Bomdila tour and enjoy the panoramic view of the Himalayas with its frosty peaks and the pretty Kameng valley with its orchards. An adventure lover’s delight, Bomdila with its numerous pretty trekking trails that run through the hills, forest, and orchards, is a destination not to be missed.

If you are driving, be sure to tank up and carry as much fuel as you can as sometimes there is a shortage of fuel in Arunachal.


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