Bomdila is a breathtakingly stunning hill station of Arunachal Pradesh, which is situated at a height of 3,500 meters amidst the Himalayan hills. It is the headquarters of the west Kameng district in Arunachal Pradesh. This wonderful paradise is covered with snow for the major part of the year and turns into a pleasant destination to enjoy a holiday in summer. By booking Bomdila holiday packages, you can come across a wonderful destination and numerous scenic experiences that can be cherished forever.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -220 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Sessa Orchid Sanctuary:
It was established in the year 1979 and enjoys deep valleys, high hills and more than 200 species of orchids. The sanctuary also houses various animals like red panda and pheasant. The beauty of the sanctuary is alive throughout the year. Winter season makes its environment gorgeously beautiful.
Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary:
Spread over an area of 217 km2, this wildlife sanctuary enjoys the panoramic views of waterfalls flowing from lesser heights and Kameng River. It is home to different birds like eagle, hornbill, kingfishers, ducks and pheasants. Some of the popular animals of the sanctuary are Bengal tiger, langur, Asian elephant, black bear, red panda and many more. More than 165 types of butterflies can also be seen here.
Bomdila View Point:
It is a wonderful view point for nature lovers will love. Being the highest point of Bomdila, the place enjoys awe-inspiring views of the landscape and surroundings. West Kameng Valley appears to spread out when you view it from here.
Spread across large areas of the land, Apple Orchards are the treat for the visitors and one of great attractions for tourists. In winters, apple orchards are at optimum level of production. You will love a walk in the apple orchards.
Established in the year 1965, Bomdila Monastery enjoys the real spiritual spirit of Buddhism. Followers of Mahayana Buddhism find this place really sacred. The monastery appears like the Tsona Gontse Monastery of South Tibet. The monastery attracts a great number of pilgrims.