Tawang Tourism is an interesting outdoor deal for hikers and trekking enthusiasts coming from different parts of the world. Situated at an altitude of 12,000 ft. beyond the sea level, the traveling experience to Tawang district in Arunachal Pradesh, India may seem little tiring to you. The place is very adventurous and normally looks like a hill station and delicately shares borders with Tibet and China. Further, its assorted high altitude lakes hold you back to move ahead, but the natural enigma attached to the overall beauty of Tawang is so boosting that you actually feel like challenging your zeal and discover it at least once. However, the district was a centre of Tantric religion before emerged as a Buddhist Monastery 400 years old established by the monk Mera Lama, and is one of the biggest in India. Alternatively, known as the 'Galden Namgyal Lhatse', the Tawang Monastery is blessed with interesting displays. Such as Thangkas Tibetan painting on cloth and a mammoth size gaudy figurine of Sakyamuni the historical Buddha in the prayer hall. Further, there are over 100 lakes, waterfalls, deep valleys and mountains to cast a spell on you. Where the west of the Tawang when stretches over the horizon seems like a large prepared fire south on the end exposes the Tawanchu river engraving a deep chasm as it rages by. The snow covered peaks point towards the east and the craggy cliffs advances towards the north. The best time to visit Tawang is from April to October and is immaculate to discover some of the treasured manuscripts penned in gold. It is indisputably a serene and isolated retreat where over 500 monks meditate and advance Buddha teachings.
It's a beautiful place with snow capped mountains, lake, falls, river, rhododendran, monastery & sella pass (2nd highest motor-able road). I've visited in 1st week of March when sella pass was covered with snow & enjoyed snow fall.
Nks from tezpur, India
Really one of the best Himalayan tourist place.
Richa from kolkata, India
Tawang is nearly a heaven. one need to be cautionary with winter clothing and enjoy the great snof
Shivakumar L V from Bangalore, India
very very fantastic enjoyed with family. thank to my voyage team and mr. albert