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R R Hill

The highest point of Bomdila at a distance of about 3 Km from Bomdilla facilitates you to view the whole of Bomdila. The R R Hill also lets the viewers to have glimpse of intricate design of thrilling roads through hilly terrain leading to Tawang and to Bhutan.

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Bomdila View Point

The enchanting beauty of West Kameng valley including that of Nechipu Pass can be viewed from this view point. Bomdila view point, at a distance of 2 Km from Bomdilla, also provides an exotic view of ranges of snow clad mountains.

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Apple Orchard

Located at a distance of about 7 Km from Bomdila, nature’s beautiful garden “the apple orchard” is sprawling over a few thousand hectares. During winter season the huge apple trees are ornamented with juicy apples which is mouth watering for every visitor.

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Bomdila Monastery

Located at a distance of about 4 Km from Bomdilla, this monastery was built in the year 1965 resembling Tsonga Gonste Monastery of South Tibet. The Lamas of the monastery follows Mahayana School of Buddhism and disseminates knowledge on tradition, practices of tantrayana and other religious subjects.

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Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary

Located in West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh at a distance of about 50 Km from Bomdilla, the sanctuary is on the foothills of Himalayan range. This sanctuary has been home to over 600 species of bird and is one of the topmost destination in the world for bird lovers. The ascending sanctuary contains all …

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Rupa

A historic place at a distance of about 14 Km from Bomdilla, Rupa is located on a small hilltop and is surrounded by river viz. Dinik, Ziding and Doblo. The place finds strong reference in Sino – Indian war of 1962 and to King Tsongtsen Gambo of Tibet dating back to 7th century B.C. The …

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Sela Pass

There is a myth that the exotic pass was named after a woman Sela who committed suicide after she saw her love Jasawant Singh Rawat dead fighting alone for three consecutive days against the Chinese Army in 1962. The exotic pass is on the way to Tawang from Dirang by Chariduar – Tawang road, at …

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