Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong

Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong
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Bhalukpong Sightseeing as tourist attraction includes Namdapha National Park, kaziranga National Park, Kameng river, Fishing, Tawang Monastery, Bomdilla Monastry, Tipi Orchidarium, River Rafting, Pakhui Game Sanctuary, Bhalukpong Fort and Ziro in Apatani Plateau apart from its mind blowing natural beauty.

State: ARUNACHAL PRADESH

Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong - Bomdilla Monastery

Bomdilla Monastery

Location:  It is situated 50 km from Tezpur, on the edge of a Pakhui Game Sanctuary forest in the south-western corner of the state, where the Kameng river enters into Assam. The Bhalukpong village also serves as the gateway to the Tawang and Bomdila Monastery on the north-western tip of the Arunachal Pradesh  part of Himalaya.
Combining Nature’s Generosity and a Remote Rural Culture
Bhalukpong Sightseeing is a beautiful experice. Bhalukpong is situated along the  Kameng river in Arunachal Pradesh. It is situated on the edge of Pakhui Game Sanctuary forest. Nature impresses, inspires and at times intimidates. If you were a nature lover, you would be eager to play the part and if you are ready for it, Bhalukpong in Arunachal Pradesh is the right holiday destination for you.

 

For the energetic visitor, keen to experience the remote outdoors, few places can match the dimensions of faraway Arunachal Pradesh. Nature’s generosity is evident here and in its mystical wonderland, straddling India’s north -eastern corner, the village of Bhalukpong holds a special place.

As with the Kameng, four other major rivers that rise in this range drain into the Brahmaputra river which flows mainly in Assam.

Bhalukpong is embellished with this cross-border blend of the natural and the cultural amalgamation.

BHALUKPONG SIGHTSEEING TOURIST ATTRACTION AND THINGS TO DO :

 

Mahaseer Fishing in the Kameng River

Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong - Kameng river

Kameng River

The visitor may thus combine mahaseer fishing in the kameng with a visit to the forest where the great pied hornbill glides in elegantly to roost on the high treetops, while down below one can experice the  window to the tribal life of the of Arunachal Pradesh.

 

 

 

 

Tipi Orchidarium

Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong - Tipi Orchidarium

Tipi Orchidarium

Another tourist attraction is the Tipi Orchidarium situated nearby the Bhalukpong village. Tipi Orchidarium has a rare collection of nearly 500 species. If one has fascination for orchids, Tipi Orichadarium must be in the list of Bhalukpong Sightseeing.

 

 

 

 

 

Kaziranga National Park

Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong - Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park

The route branches off the GuwahatiShillong road and moves initially forward the Kaziranga National Park, refuge of the one-horned rhinoceros. Bhalukpong sightseeing plan must include this tourist destination which is a famous tourist spot all round year.

 

 

 

 

 

Tawang Monastery

Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong - Tawang Monastery

Tawang Monastery

It’s like being in a different time zone hare. For a start, early morning risers will see an inspirational dawn. Earlier than anywhere else in the country, it spreads quite unlike the beleaguered daybreak over a metropolis. The sun too seems to possess greater zest. From the forest rest house one can soak in a fabulous view of the Kameng as it snakes away towards Assam. And if one would like to explore, one can get a first-hand feel of the great route that crossing of the Sela Pass to the Tawang Monastery.

 

 

 

Pakhui Game Sanctuary Or Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary

Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong - Tiger Reserve

Pankhui Wildlife Sanctuary

If a second day is available, one may drive down to the entry gates at the nearby Pakhui Game Sanctuary. In the early morning, the elephant with their mahouts will be ready to venture into the forest, the air redolent of the rich foliage below and the tangled canopy overhead. The sanctuary is home to various wild animals including tiger, jungle cat, Himalayan black bear, elephant, leopard, barking deer, flying squirrel and many more. Some of the rare bird species found here includes great pied hornbill, jungle fowl, serpent eagle and wood duck. It is spread over 862 sq. km.  Bhalukpong sightseeing plan must a trip to Pamkhui wildlife sanctuary.

 

 

Ziro in the Apatani plateau

Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong - Ziro

Ziro

If you are planning a trip to Bhalukpong, the trip must also include some time for extended driving to cover the state’s other tourist attraction in the capital, Itanagar, and tourist places such as Ziro in the Apatani plateau or the unique Namdapha National Park, in its far east.

 

 

 

 

River Rafting

Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong - River rafting

River Rafting

Jia Bhoroli River known as the Kameng River is one of the major tributaries of the Brahmaputra River. Grade III and IV rapids are on offer at Bhalukpong which is a major centre for rafting in Eastern India. Adventure travel companies that run rafting expeditions in the area run rafting camp sites by the river.

 

 

 

Namdapha National Park

Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong - Tiger Reserve

Tiger Reserve

Namdapha National Park is a Tiger Reserve and National Park. Namdapha National Park is the largest protected area in the Eastern Himalaya biodiversity reserve. It is also the third largest national park in India in terms of area. It is a true wilderness and enchanting beauty of lush green vegetation, impenetrable pristine and virgin forests.

 

 

 

 

 

Bhalukpong Fort

Bhalukpong Fort was constructed around 10th century by king Bhaluka on the banks of Bharali River. Now only ruins remain and is a must visit for tourists.

 

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FAST FACTS

Best Time to Visit:

The best time to visit Bhalukpong is October to April, well before the monsoon currents start building up.

How to reach Bhalukpong

Bhalukpong Sightseeing, Tourist Places to visit in Bhalukpong - Bomdilla

Bomdilla

To get there, the visitor must first reach Guwahati. The route branches off the Guwahati-Shillong road and moves initially forward the Kaziranga National Park, refuge of the one-horned rhinoceros. Diverting once again, the road crosses the Brahmaputra to reach Tezpur on its north bank. . Lying within the Inner Line, entry permits are necessary.

  • By Air: Nearest airport at Tezpur(52 km away)
  • By Rail : Nearest railhead at Rangapara
  • By Road : From Tezpur(52 km away)

WHERE TO STAY:

Forest rest houses or inspection bungalows. Accommodation can be arranged in forest rest houses or small hotels and lodges.

Weather

 

Average Day / Night Temperature of Bomdila,Arunachal Pradesh,India

January

26°C / 11°C

February

31°C / 15°C

March

35°C / 18°C

April

35°C / 20°C

May

33°C / 21°C

June

35°C / 24°C

July

33°C / 24°C

August

34°C / 24°C

September

32°C / 22°C

October

32°C / 18°C

November

29°C / 15°C

December

26°C / 13°C

 

 

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