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About Bomdila
Breathtakingly beautiful Bomdila, 3,500 metres high in the Himalayas, is the headquarters of the west Kameng district in Arunachal Pradesh,India. This lofty paradise is snow clad for a major part of the year and makes a delightful destination to get away to in summer.
The journey to Bomdila is quite as exciting as the town itself. As you drive up here via Tezpur in Assam, you wind past gentle, wooded slopes, the fragrance of pine hanging heavily in the air. The landscape changes dramatically as gnarled gorges give way to plains that undulate into hills.
The town is surrounded by lush apple orchards that stretch far and wide. Bomdila itself is tiny, but it is spread over a wide ridge that straddles a mountain. There is a panoramic view of the Himalayas and its frosty peaks and the pretty Kameng valley with its orchards.
Bomdila,Arunachal Pradesh, India like other towns in the area, has a strong Buddhist and Tibetan influence. There are a fair number of gompas here and the town has pleasing little eating-places where you can savour traditional Tibetan cuisine plus the all time favourite momos and thoopas.
Getting there: From Kolkata, the simplest way to get to Bomdila,Arunachal Pradesh,India is to first reach either Guwahati (1081 km from Kolkata) or Tezpur (1100 km) in Assam. You can fly or take a train to either city. From both Tezpur and Guwahati, there are public and private buses to Bomdila (160 km) and trains to Rangapara and Bhalukpong, 100 km from Bomdila.
Indian tourists visiting Arunachal Pradesh require an Inner Line Permit, which takes approximately three weeks to be issued. Contact The Liaison Officer, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, 4B Chowringhee Place, Kolkata: 700013; Tel: 91-33-2486500.
Foreign tourists intending to visit Arunachal Pradesh need clearance from the Home Ministry and a Restricted Area Permit, which takes approximately three weeks to be issued. The Permit is valid for 10 days. A minimum of four and a maximum of fourteen tourists must travel together on a tour arranged through an approved travel agent.

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