Situated 213 m above the sea level, Bhalukpong is a scenic hill station of the state of Arunachal Pradesh. It is on the banks of the Kameng River and surrounded with greenery of dense forests. Being a gateway of several popular destinations, the place radiates its own special charm. It combines natural beauty with several outdoor opportunities. So, go for Bhalukpong travel and discover its charm in the lap of nature. Wildlife enthusiasts, adventure freaks, trekkers, and many others can book Bhalukpong holiday packages.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary:
Spreading over an area of 862 km2, Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in a picturesque setting of the town. It is surrounded by rivers on three sides and located amidst the wonderful Himalayan ranges. Creating a visual treat for the eyes of its visitors, the sanctuary turns into a home to different wildlife animals. You can also come across some of the rarest bird species living in their natural habitat.
Situated 5 km away from Bhalukpong, Tipi Orchidarium is home to more than 50000 varieties of orchids. It features over 1000 orchids and creates a feast for your eyes. Some of the orchids are displayed in hanging baskets and some are on pots. You can also enjoy rafting and fishing here.
Constructed around 10th cultural and ancient glory of the place. The fort was constructed by king Bhaluka on the banks of Bharali River. Along with fort's remains, several other things can be explored here. century, the fort is in ruins now and stands as a proof of the
Kaziranga National Park:
UNESCO declared this park as a world heritage site. It is home to one horned rhinoceros, which was among the last creatures of the prehistoric period. The park is situated southeast of Bhalukpong. Being a famous reserve of India, Kaziranga National Park is visited by tourists from all across the world.