Welcome to the land of countless national parks and sanctuaries in the area.
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeCamping, Discovery, Family
Activity Level Challenging
Boosting of twee tinsel towns, the tibetan culture, Buddhist monasteries and enchanting wildlife (sanctuaries), the region has a delectable cuisine too. Assam is the most developed, commercialized and accessible state in the region with umpteen tea estates, meadows, and waterfalls proliferating through it.
- Daily complimentary breakfast at hotels
- Exclusive AC vehicle at disposal for transfers & sightseeing as per itineraryInner Line Permits
- Local Cab & Special permits for Bumla
- Service of an experienced driver for 12 hours per day up to maximum 08:00 PM
- Luxury taxes, parking, toll taxes, driver’s allowances etc
- GST @ 5%
- Air Fare/Train fare
- All entry fees for sightseeing
- River Rafting & Jungle Trek
- Personal Expenses such as Laundry, telephone calls, tips & gratuity. Mineral/soft/hard drinks
- Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary
- Camera fees,
- Guide / tour escort charges & Entrance Fees
- Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances, etc (to be borne by the client, which is directly payable on the spot)
- Any increase in taxes or fuel price, leading to an increase in cost on surface transportation & land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure
- Anything which is not included in the inclusion.
Guwahati – Arrival, Transfers
Arrive at the Guwahati Airport or railway station and then meet our representatives who will assist you drive to Bomdila. You will be visiting Maa Kamakhya Temple before proceeding to Bomdila. On the way, you can stopover at Nag Mandir and visit Tipi Orchidarium. Upon reaching the hotel, you need to complete all the check-in formalities and then have an overnight stay.
Post breakfast check out from the hotel and then head out for Bomdila Monastery and Bomdila View Point. After that, you will start your drive to Tawang. On the way, you will be visiting Sela Pass and Jaswanth Garh War Memorial – dedicated to Martyr Jaswanth Singh of Indian Army in 1962 Indo China war. Check in to the hotel at Tawang for a night stay.
After having breakfast in the morning, you will visit Twang Monastery, Ani Gompa, Giant Buddha Statue, Tawang Emporium, and Urgelling Monastery. On the same day, in the evening, you will visit the Tawang War Memorial and see the colorful and vibrant light and sound show. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Have your breakfast on the fourth day at the hotel and then start your drive to visit the Bumla Pass (India China Border Point), Sangster Lake & PT’ SOE Lake. You need to return to the hotel by evening for an overnight stay
After having breakfast at the hotel you can start your drive in the direction of Dirang. On the way, you can visit the beautiful Jung Falls (also known as the Nuranang Falls). Visit Dirang Monastery, once you reach Dirang from Tawang. After exploring the monastery, check-in the hotel and spend an overnight stay at the hotel.
Nameri National Park - Sightseeing
After having breakfast at the hotel, you can complete all the check out formalities at the hotel & then drive to visit the Dirang Monastery – also known as Kalchakra Monastery, apple & kiwi orchards. Once you are done with these places, you can resume your drive & stop at Sangti Valley. Then you can drive in the direction of Nameri National Park. After reaching, you can check in to the camp and then walk around the Jia Borelli River. You need to return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
You can have your breakfast at the hotel and then check-out from the hotel and then drive to Guwahati. On the way, try jungle trekking in the Nameri National Park and also can go for rafting in the Jia Borailli River.
The best time to discover Bomdila is from April to October, the weather is cool and pleasant during these months. Bomdila experiences summers in June but Bomdila still stays pleasurable and the extreme temperature does not rise further than 30 degrees Celsius. The main rainy season is in the middle of July and September, and yet the town gets bursts all through the year.
The nearest airport to Bomdila is in Tezpur, Assam. It is best to reach Tezpur first (by bus, train or air) and then go to Bomdila by road. The road leading to Bomdila is not very well kept and is tremendously in bad conditions at a few places. The journey takes just about 6 hours unless there is an avalanche when it becomes time-consuming. You can hire a cab, share a cab, or go by bus.
Bomdila is the perfect long weekend destination for anybody who wants to get far from the crowd and devote some time in the lap of the countryside. This is the best journey’s end for those who seek escapade and adventures as Bomdila bids more than a few hiking and mountaineering walks and trails.