2 Day Bomdila Itinerary – Best of Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

2 Day Bomdila Itinerary - Best of Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

Here is a Bomdila itinerary that includes the best places to visit in Bomdila and things to do in Bomdila, West Kameng District, Arunachal Pradesh.

Bomdila Itinerary - Things To Do In Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

Bomdila is one of the best-kept secrets of Arunachal Pradesh as we discovered during our 1-day Bomdila itinerary on our North East sojourn with Holiday Scout. It is a picturesque town perched on the Eastern ranges of the Himalayas and relatively untouched by tourist footfalls.

The more we travel across India, the more we learn about our incredible country and how much more there is to see and learn. On our Arunachal Pradesh sojourn, we saw places that we never knew existed, places that seemed to be beyond the frontiers of our imagination. Among them was Bomdila, which surprised us with its simple and old-world charm and innocence that seemed to be caught in a time warp.

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Bomdila Itinerary – Things To Do In Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh | Bomdila Travel Guide

Bomdila Itinerary - Things To Do In Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

Most travellers look at Bomdila more as a pitstop on their way to Tawang and further east to Bum La Pass. However, during our visit, we found that Bomdila is a standalone destination by itself and one can spend a couple of days soaking in the vibes of this mountain town.

There are enough places to see in Bomdila and things to do in Bomdila to keep you occupied for at least a couple of days. The idyllic charm of the town also makes for an enchanting honeymoon destination. Even if you are travelling further into Arunachal Pradesh, you can easily fit in either a 1 Day Bomdila itinerary, or 2 Day Bomdila itinerary, if not more.

Bomdila Itinerary – Best Places To Visit In Bomdila & Things To Do In Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

Bomdila Itinerary - Best Places To Visit In Bomdila & Things To Do In Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

Welcome To Bomdila,” were the words that greeted us as we entered the town of Bomdila. The words were written on an ornate arch that spanned the road that lead to Bomdila town. After reaching Guwahati by air, we travelled to Nameri on the border between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh where we stayed overnight. We were now in Bomdila after visiting the Tipi Orchid Centre and the Sessa Waterfall on the way. We looked forward to exploring the treasures of Bomdila, the next day.

Bomdila Itinerary – Day One

Bomdila Itinerary

We have provided a 2-day Bomdila itinerary, however, if you want to soak in the vibes of picturesque Bomdila and experience its serenity at a slow pace, you can extend it to a 3-day Bomdila itinerary, or if you are hard-pressed for time, you can also compress it into a 1-day Bomdila itinerary. Here are the places and activities that you can cover on Day one of your Bomdila itinerary.

Buddha Park – Bomdila Itinerary Day One

Buddha Park - Bomdila
Buddha Park – Bomdila

The Buddha Park is a great place to start your day in. If you wake up early in Bomdila, which you are most likely to do, as sunrise happens quite early, head to Buddha Park. It is a public park where the locals come for their morning walk and morning prayer.

Buddha Park, Bomdila
Buddha Park, Bomdila

The park has beautiful walking paths with prayer wheels. Morning dew glistens from the grass and colourful flowers wave in the breeze as if competing with colourful prayer flags that flutter in the breeze. There is a beautiful statue of Buddha and one of the walls of the park is painted with scenes from Buddha’s life.

A giant prayer wheel is located at one corner of the Park. The Buddha Park is a serene place to start your day with.

Local boys and girls practising football. Buddha Park
Stadium at Bomdila

Right adjacent to Buddha Park, is the Buddha Stadium, where you may catch the local boys and girls practising football. Buddha Park is definitely one of the most tranquil places to visit in Bomdila.

Bomdila View Point – Bomdila Itinerary Day One

Bomdila View Point
Bomdila View Point

After breakfast, you can proceed to the Bomdila View Point, it is actually a helipad that also doubles as the viewpoint. Stretched out below is the picturesque Bomdila town that nestles on the slopes of the ranges of the Eastern Himalayas.

Bomdila Helipad
Bomdila Helipad

On a clear day, the view is simply spectacular. While on the one side, you get beautiful views of Bomdila town, if you turn to the other side, you can see the high Himalayan peaks being embraced by clouds. The altitude of Bomdila View Point is around 8,300 feet.

At viewpoint Bomdila

The Viewpoint is a spectacular place to visit in Bomdila to literally feel the icy cold Himalayan breeze on your face and touch the clouds. Bomdila Viewpoint is one of the top tourist attractions in Bomdila.

Bomdila War Memorial – Bomdila Itinerary Day One

Bomdila War Memorial
Bomdila War Memorial

After treating yourself to the panoramic views of the town of Bomdila from the Bomdila Viewpoint, you can head still further up, literally into the clouds, to the Bomdila War Memorial. The Bomdila War Memorial stands at an altitude of 9,498 feet, in the RR Hills, and is the highest point of Bomdila.

Bomdila War Memorial

When we visited the Bomdila War Memorial, it was enveloped in mist and was quite cold. The War Memorial is located within the Army zone and needs special permission to visit. The Bomdila War Memorial is built in memory of Subedar Pritam Singh and his men who were martyred here during the Indo-China war of 1962.

A granite plaque reads, “Bomdila Battle Memorial, Dedicated to the Martyrs of 1 Sikh Li.” Another granite plaque has the names of 31 martyrs including Subedar Pritam Singh, engraved on it. The Bomdila War Memorial is a very poignant place to visit in Bomdila.

Bomdila War Memorial is also the highest viewpoint of Bomdila and hence is known as Bomdila War Memorial and Bomdila View Point, Arunachal Pradesh. Opposite the memorial is a viewpoint from where you can see the many peaks of the Eastern Himalayas including Gorichen and Kangto.  Kangto is the highest peak in Arunachal Pradesh. Kangto towers to a height of 7,090 metres (23,261 ft).

GRL Buddhist Monastery | Bomdila Monastery | Upper Gompa – Bomdila Itinerary Day One

GRL Buddhist Monastery | Bomdila Monastery | Upper Gompa
GRL Buddhist Monastery | Bomdila Monastery | Upper Gompa, Bomdila | Visit Bomdila Monastery

The Gentse Gaden Rabgyel Ling Monastery referred to as simply GRL Monastery or Upper Gompa or Bomdila Monastery is one of the most important places to visit in Bomdila. The GRL monastery stands atop a lofty elevation overlooking the Himalayan valleys and the town of Bomdila.

It is a massive complex that includes a central temple to Buddha with a prayer hall, a temple to the Protectors, a Tibetan Herbal Hospital (Men-Tsee-Khang), a school for young monks, living quarters of the monks, a community kitchen, and the Butter Lamps room. Opposite the main temple is a huge circular stage that erupts into life during the 3-Day annual festival of Torgya in which the famous Cham dance is performed by the monks.

At GRL Monastery

The GRL Monastery was built in the early 1960s by the late Tsona Gontse Rinpoche, popularly known as TG Rinpoche. The GRL Monastery is one of the top attractions in Bomdila.

Lower Gompa – Thubchog Gatsel Ling Monastery – Bomdila Itinerary Day 1

Lower Gompa - Thubchog Gatsel Ling Monastery
Lower Gompa – Thubchog Gatsel Ling Monastery

A small but beautiful monastery, known as the Lower Gompa and also a part of the GRL Monastery stands right in the centre of Bomdila near the Bomdila market. The entrance to the Lower Gompa is ornamented with a flat arch that looks colourful and vibrant with Buddhist iconography and stands right in the midst of shops.

On top of the arch is the ubiquitous Buddhist symbol of two deer flanking the Dharma Chakra. This symbol can be seen in Buddhist monasteries and temples everywhere. The symbol is reminiscent of the Deer park in Sarnath near Varanasi, where the Buddha gave his first sermon, after attaining enlightenment in Bodh Gaya.

Beyond the entrance, you come across the prayer wheels. A small verandah has paintings of the protectors on either side and leads to the inner sanctum.

Inside the inner sanctum can be seen statues of Sakyamuni Buddha, Je Tsongkhapa, founder of the Gelug or Yellow Hat sect of Buddhism, Guru Padmasambhava, founder of the Nyingma sect of Buddhism, and others.

If the sun rises early in Arunachal Pradesh, it also sets early. You can spend the evening chilling with a hot cup of steaming coffee at one of the new-age cafes of Bomdila, which we have mentioned below.

Bomdila Itinerary – Day Two

Bomdila Arunachal Pradesh

Here are the places to visit in Bomdila and the things to do in Bomdila that you can cover on Day Two of your Bomdila itinerary.

Bomdila Pass – Bomdila Itinerary Day 2

Bomdila Pass has lent its name to the town of Bomdila. Arunachal Pradesh is home to many high-altitude mountain passes, that include Bum La Pass, Sela Pass, Diphu Pass, and others. Though the altitude of Bom Di La Pass is not as much as say, Bumla Pass, it is still at a height of about 8,000 feet, and on a clear day offers spectacular views of the Eastern Himalayan mountain ranges, particularly the snow-clad Gorichen and Kangto peaks.

Bomdila Crafts Centre – Bomdila Itinerary Day Two

Bomdila Crafts Centre
Bomdila Crafts Centre

The Bomdila Crafts Centre is an excellent place to visit in Bomdila. It is sure to open a window to the traditional crafts of the town which in turn are linked to its rich culture and heritage. The Government has set up the Crafts centre to encourage and foster the handlooms and handicrafts of the region. The centre provides training in these crafts to the youth under the aegis of the Department of Textiles and Handicrafts.

The crafts that are mentored in the Bomdila Crafts Centre include Carpet weaving, Shoe Making, Painting, Wood Carving and Carpentry, Tailoring, Wood Turning, Blacksmithy, and Knitting.

Bomdila Craft Emporium – Bomdila Itinerary Day Two

Bomdila Craft Emporium
Bomdila Craft Emporium

The spacious and well-maintained Bomdila Craft Emporium is another place that you must visit in Bomdila, especially if you want to buy authentic items of local crafts. There is a wide range of items on display and on sale here.

These are the items that are crafted at the Bomdila Crafts Centre. Beautiful furniture, exquisite carpets, traditional dresses of the local community, Thangka Paintings, Bukharis (Traditional heaters), and show pieces vie with each other to grab your attention.

The Ethnographic Museum And The Craft Centre is the go-to place in Bomdila to feel the culture and essence of Bomdila and its people.

Ama Market – Bomdila Itinerary Day Two

Ama Market - Bomdila
Ama Market, Bomdila

Ama Market is another unique place to visit in Bomdila. “Ama,” in the local dialect means, “Mother,” and the market is truly dedicated to all mothers. It is an all-women market and you can find different household groceries and items on sale here. The Ama Market is a silent ode to women’s empowerment and financial independence.

We at Ama Market in Bomdila
At Ama Market in Bomdila

The women at Ama Market Bomdila, sell locally grown organic produce that includes fresh fruits like Apples, Kiwis, Persimmon, and vegetables like Beans, Radishes, Chillies, Garlic pods, etc. Huge packets of Yak Cheese are sure to grab your attention as you make your way through the Ama Market in Bomdila.

You can also shop here for a range of groceries for daily requirements. You can also buy maize corn, mushrooms, grains, and pulses along with many other local products when you do your shopping at Ama market, Bomdila.

Bomdila Market – Bomdila Itinerary Day Two

Bomdila Shopping
Bomdila Shopping

Apart from the Ama Market, the local Bomdila market is also an interesting place to visit in Bomdila. There are shops selling items of local arts and crafts that are great to take home as souvenirs. We also spotted what looked like an antique shop.

Bomdila Market Shopping - Bukhari
Bukhari

A shop exclusively dedicated to the sale of Bukharis also grabbed our attention. As you make your way through the Bomdila Market, the colourful wares displayed at the shops that dot both sides of the road catch your attention.

Bomdila Market

A shop selling boots of different vibrant colours dazzles you, while another seems to specialize in the headgear of different types including caps, scarves, and also other apparel.

Bomdila Market

Another interesting shop was one that was selling traditional swords.

A man selling traditional swords at Bomdila Market
A man selling traditional swords at Bomdila Market

A visit to the Bomdila Market is a great way to soak in the local vibes and it is also a good place for shopping in Bomdila.

Bomdila Market
Bomdila Market

When you are exhausted from all the Bomdila sightseeing and shopping in Bomdila, just head over to one of the cool cafes.

Cafes in Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

Cafes in Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh
Cafes in Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

If you are in Bomdila and have some time to chill, head over to one of the cafes in Bomdila for some quiet me-time. Each one of these cafes has its own unique character and serves delightful fare. Here are 3 cafes in Bomdila that you must visit.

Coffee Studio – Cafe In Bomdila

Coffee Studio - Cafe In Bomdila
Coffee Studio – Cafe in Bomdila

The Coffee Studio is a funky cafe with lovely decor and instagrammable corners. It is vibrant and has just the ambience to lift your spirits. The fine blends of coffee that they serve here also help. The Coffee Studio is owned by Karma who is a monk belonging to the Nyingma school of Buddhism.

Coffee Studio - Cafe In Bomdila
Coffee Studio – Cafe in Bomdila

The menu at Coffee Studio includes a wide selection of delectable Coffee and Tea, cold beverages, and a variety of noodles, sandwiches, pizzas, and burgers.

Domda – Cafe In Bomdila

Domda - Cafe In Bomdila
Domda Cafe, Bomdila

If you are the kind of soul who likes to bury yourself in a book with a cup of coffee, then head to Domda, a quiet cafe in Bomdila. As the graffiti on the wall of the cafe declares in no uncertain terms, “Happiness is a cup of coffee and a good book.” You can also pick up a few souvenirs or even the traditional dress of the region at the outlet after you have finished your coffee and your book.

Domda Cafe, Bomdila
At Domda Cafe, Bomdila

The menu at Domda includes a wide range of Coffee, Tea, and Juices. there is also a small selection of desserts that includes cakes and brownies. You can also much a few cookies with your tea or coffee.

Hill Top Cafe & Restro – Cafe In Bomdila

Hill Top Cafe & Restro - Cafe In Bomdila
Hill Top Cafe & Restro – Cafe In Bomdila

The Hill Top Cafe & Restro in Bomdila is a cosy and spacious restaurant on the first floor. You can sit here nursing a cup of coffee or tea and watching the colourful Buddhist prayer flags fluttering in the distance. Hill Top Cafe is one of the oldest cafes in Bomdila and serves classy coffee, apart from pastries and other snacks including Pizzas.

Places To Visit Near Bomdila, West Kameng, Arunachal Pradesh

Places To Visit Near Bomdila, West Kameng, Arunachal Pradesh

If you are extending your Bomdila itinerary beyond 2 days, then there are many places that you can visit near Bomdila as part of a day trip. There are also many things to do in Bomdila to keep you busy. And of course, there is always the option of doing nothing, and just chilling, enjoying the mountain vibes of Bomdila. Here are a few places that you can visit from Bomdila as a day trip.

Tipi Orchid Research Centre – Places To Visit Near Bomdila – Bomdila Itinerary

Tipi Orchid Research Centre
Tipi Orchid Research Centre

Arunachal Pradesh is known as the “Land of Orchids,” or, “The Orchid Paradise of India,” and rightly so as the state has recorded the highest Orchid species in India, with over 600 species of orchids. When in Bomdila or on your way to Bomdila the Orchid Research Centre, Tippi, must figure in your Bomdila itinerary. The Orchid Research Centre is an initiative of the Department of Environment, Forest, & Climate Change. It is located about 90 kilometres from Bomdila.

Tipi Orchid Research Centre - Places To Visit Near Bomdila - Bomdila Itinerary
Tipi Orchid Research Centre

The Tippi Orchid Research Centre is a place where you can see exotic orchids of different types. The main attraction of the place is the glasshouse or Orchidarium, which houses almost 1000 species of Orchids. In addition, there are two natural Orchidaria in which Orchids grow in their natural environment. There is also an Orchid Museum that showcases the diverse Orchid wealth of Arunachal Pradesh.

Sessa Orchid Sanctuary – Places To Visit Near Bomdila | Bomdila Itinerary

Sessa orchid flowers

The Sessa Orchid Sanctuary is a protected area near Bhalukpong in the foothills of the Himalayas. It covers an area of about 100 sq. kilometres. The sanctuary has trekking routes that have been developed by the state Government’s Department of Environment & Forests. Travellers can enjoy nature at its best and also spot orchids in their natural environment in the Sessa Orchid Sanctuary, which is located about 140 kilometres from Bomdila.

Eagle’s Nest Wildlife Sanctuary – Places To Visit Near Bomdila | Bomdila Itinerary

If you are into birding, then the Eagle’s Nest Wildlife Sanctuary is a place not to miss when in Bomdila. Located about 56 kilometres from Bomdila, the sanctuary is named after the Red Eagle Division of the Indian Army which was posted here in the 1950s. It is truly a birders’ paradise with as many as over 450 species of birds.

Visiting Sessa Falls Near Bomdila

Sessa Falls Near Bomdila
Sessa Falls Near Bomdila

Waterfalls adorn Arunachal Pradesh throughout its length and breadth, when you travel across the state, the visual beauty of waterfalls greets you at almost every bend in the road. Not all of these falls may be as spectacular as the Nuranang Falls near Tawang, but each of these falls has a romantic charm of its own.

One such waterfall is the Sessa Falls, which can be seen right next to the road that leads from Bhalukpong to Bomdila. It is a small waterfall but is beautiful and in many ways provides an idea of the magic of nature that is in store for you, when visiting Arunachal Pradesh.

Apple Orchards Bomdila – Things To Do In Bomdila

Apple Orchards Bomdila

The town of Bomdila perched on the slopes of the Eastern Himalayas is surrounded by verdant greenery. Large tracts of land around the town are embellished with apple orchards. During the apple season, the orchards present a pleasing sight with trees laden with luscious red apples. Nothing could be more pleasurable than ambling across an apple orchard, luxuriating in the visuals of apples hanging from trees.

Dirang – Bomdila Itinerary

Dirang AP
Dirang

Dirang is a quaint little town about 43 kilometres from Bomdila. It lies in the midst of pristine valleys, meandering rivulets, and dreamy hills. It is a complete destination by itself, and one can spend a couple of days there if you are on your way to Tawang. However, you can also visit Dirang from Bomdila. The main attractions of Dirang are Mandla Top, Sangti Valley, Chug Valley, TDL Monastery, and a 9th-century fortified village.

Bomdila Weather | Bomdila Temperature | Weather of Bomdila

Bomdila Weather | Bomdila Temperature

The weather in Bomdila during the summer season is pleasant with temperatures not rising about 18 or 19 degrees Celsius. The winter which is at its peak during the months of December, January, and February, see Bomdila temperature drop to sub-zero levels. The hottest month in Bomdila is August, and the coldest month is of January.

Best Time To Visit Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

Best Time To Visit Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

Bomdila is a place that can be visited at any time of the year. It is neither extremely cold during winter nor extremely hot during the summer months. The best time to visit Bomdila is during the summer months of May June, and the winter months of September-October.

Images of Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

Images of Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh
Images of Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh, India

Bomdila is a place that impresses you with its pristine beauty. It is sure to leave a deep impression on your hearts and minds, and create indelible memories. Here are some of the compelling images of Bomdila, that have stolen our hearts.

How To Reach Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

How To Reach Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

Bomdila is the headquarters of the West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. The district of West Kameng is flanked by Bhutan and Tibet (China) in the West and North respectively. Towards the south of the West Kameng District is the state of Assam, while Tawang is towards the Northwest, and East Kameng is towards the East.

  • Guwahati to Bomdila is about 263 kilometres
  • Tezpur to Bomdila distance is about 154 kilometres
  • Bhalukpong to Bomdila distance is about 96 kilometres
  • Tawang to Bomdila distance is about 177 kilometres
  • Bomdila to Dirang distance is about 35 kilometres

Reaching Bomdila By Air

Guwahati is the nearest airport to Bomdila, though Tezpur Airport is nearer, it does not have regular flights. Guwahati is well connected to other cities in India, like Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Chennai, Kochi, Jaipur, etc. You can fly to Guwahati and cover the Guwahati to Bomdila distance by road.

Reaching Bomdila By Rail

The nearest major railway head to Bomdila is Guwahati. The railway station has trains to and fro from places as far as Kanyakumari and connects Assam to places including Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata, Bikaner, Dwarka, Mumbai, and other cities and towns of India.

Reaching Bomdila By Road

Bomdila, West Kameng District, is well connected by a good road network with Guwahati and other places within Arunachal Pradesh. You can fly to Guwahati or reach there by train and travel to Bomdila by road or include Bomdila in your road trip in Arunachal Pradesh. Arunachal Pradesh State Transport Department runs buses that connect different places in the state as well as neighbouring states. There is an Itanagar to Bomdila bus, as well as Aalo and other places.

If you are planning a visit to Bomdila, you can book your flight tickets right here through Cleartrip or Makemytrip or CheapAir or Priceline and fly to Guwahati. If you are thinking of a road trip, do check out the rental car options.

Bomdila Hotels | Where To Stay In Bomdila

Hotel Lungta Residency Bomdila Arunachal
Hotel Lungta Residency, Bomdila

In terms of Hotels in Bomdila, currently, there are no, ‘star hotels,” in Bomdila. However, there are very nice and comfortable hotels and homestays, that are great places to stay and enjoy local hospitality. There are many hotels that are coming up to keep pace with the growing popularity of Bomdila, West Kameng, Arunachal Pradesh.

We stayed for one night at Hotel Lungta Residency Bomdila. We found the hotel nice and comfortable with spacious and clean rooms. Our room had a balcony with a nice view of the town.

While planning a visit to Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh, India, if you are looking for a hotel in Bomdila Arunachal, you can book your stay at Hotel Lungta Residency Bomdila or you can book the best hotels in Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh, India right here –  TripAdvisor or Cleartrip or  makemytrip or  goibibo or  Booking.com or  HotelsCombined or  Agoda and save a lot by getting the best deals on booking your stay.

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Frequently Asked Questions – FAQ

Bomdila Tourism, Arunachal Pradesh

How many days is enough for Bomdila?
You can see the Best of Bomdila Arunachal Pradesh, in 1 or 2 days. Plan for a minimum of 2 days for a relaxed trip to Bomdila.

How do I get to Bomdila?
The most convenient way to reach Bomdila is to travel to Guwahati by rail or air, and then travel to Bomdila by road.

Is Bomdila worth visiting?
If you are wondering what to see in Bomdila? Then Bomdila Tourism, Arunachal Pradesh, has many places to see and things to do. It is definitely a place to visit in Arunachal Pradesh.

What are the top attractions to visit in Bomdila?
There is much to see in Bomdila. You can start with a Bomdila Heritage Tour in 1 Day, which would include The Bomdila Monastery also known as GRL Monastery, the Lower Gompa, the AMA Market, and Bomdila View Point.

Does Bomdila have snow? Is there snowfall in Bomdila?
Yes, Bomdila does have snowfall in the winter months of December, and January.

What are the most popular things to do in Bomdila with children?

Bomdila can be a great place to visit with children. It is an opportunity to acquaint them with life in the mountains, away from the urban clutter. Places like Apple Orchards, Buddhist monasteries, and other places can be visited with children.

Which is better Bomdila or Dirang?

Both Bomdila and Dirang have their unique characters, and it is not fair to compare any two destinations, for that matter. We would recommend that you visit both Bomdila and Dirang so that you do not miss out on some of the best experiences in the region.

What can you buy in Bomdila?

If you are thinking of shopping in Bomdila, there is quite a lot of things that you can buy. Apparel, carpets, woollens, footwear, paintings, Thangkas, and other handicrafts, are some of the things to buy in Bomdila.

Why is Bomdila famous?

Bomdila is famous for the Bomdila Monastery as well as the Bomdila War Memorial which honours the martyrs of the Indian Army who sacrificed their lives during the 1962 Indo-China War.

Are you planning a trip to Arunachal Pradesh and wish to visit Bomdila or any part of North East India? You can connect here with The Holiday Scout Team for a hassle-free and comfortable tour curated by them. The Holiday Scout Team also organize Bomdila Heritage Tour in 1 Day.

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2 Day Bomdila Itinerary - Best of Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

12 thoughts on “2 Day Bomdila Itinerary – Best of Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh”

  1. Bedabrata Chakraborty

    Your correct in saying that Bomdila is a secret gem of Arunachal Pradesh. The monastery and the market look so dreaming. Puting Bomdila on my must visit list in Arunachal Pradesh.

  2. Bomdila looks like a perfect place for wanting to see a stunning view of snow clad Himalayan mountain ranges. It’s a worth stop as there are many places to visit in Bomdila and things to do!

  3. I have not heard about Bomdila before and in fact, never got a chance to visit Arunachal Pradesh too. Your post has made me realise that there is so much to explore. Would love to visit this place someday with my family in future.

  4. Arunachal Pradesh is a state in Northeast that has not been hyped as much as the neighbouring states. I have not been there but my husband had to visit there once and he was mesmerized by its beauty.

  5. This place looks so cool. I always wanted to travel to north east and arunachal pradesh for its natural beauty and weather. Could explore lot of things through your blog ❤️ will help me to plan my travel.

  6. Wow! That’s one way of doing a travel blog! Really detailed and you really had us come with you on this! Such beautiful photos as well. This would surely attract tourists!

  7. I have not heard about Bomdila before and in fact, never got a chance to visit Arunachal Pradesh too.
    Your itinerary is spot on and loved the pictures

  8. I am yet to visit Bomdilla and Tawang as well. It is on my list for long.. Good to know that I came across your blog posts before I visit these places. The war memorial looks a must-visit and the view from the view point is outstanding.

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