Tawang is beautiful destination that enjoys a rich history and past along with gifts of nature. Situated at an elevation of 3,048 meters above the sea level, the natural beauty and solitude of Tawang is simply mesmerizing. It is also known for being the birthplace of 6th Dalai Lama and this is also home to biggest Buddist monastery of India. You can book Tawang holiday packages for any of the reasons, including pilgrimage tour and nature's tour. A lot of beautiful experiences will come across you on your Tawang tour.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Jaswant Garh is an important tourist destination of Tawang, which is mainly recognized for a warrior named as Jaswant Singh. The place has its own significance and attracts several tourists to pay respect to this daring warrior.
Located at a distance of 1 KM away from Tawang, this gompa was founded by the former Rigya Rinpoche. The monastery is surrounded with lush green pine grove.
Sela Pass is one of the frequently visited tourist attractions in Tawang and is called as a nature observer's paradise on earth. This pass entirely gets covered with the snow in winters. On the way to go Sela Pass, you can also visit another attraction, known as the Paradise Lake.
It is a wonderful tourist destination, which is located at an altitude of 3000 meters above the sea level. It is the second ancient monastery of the world after Lhasa. Tawang Monastery is also supposed to be one of the largest lamaseries of Mahayana sect that is recognized as the Golden Namgyal Lhatse too.
Tawang War Memorial:
It is a 12 meters high multi-colored memorial that features a structure similar to the design of a large stupa. The memorial is sited amidst gorgeous peaks overlooking the Tawang-Chu valley. The memorial is dedicated to the war victims of Sino-India War of 1962.
It is an essential religious tourist destination in the town and is the largest stupa of the region. Gorsam Chorten is situated at a distance of 90 Km from Tawang. The stupa was founded by the Monpa monk, Lama Pradhar during the 12th century. The crest of the stupa has a semi-circular dome that lies on a 3-terraced platform.