The nature haven of Arunachal Pradesh

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Aka, Hindi, Assamese, and English

2 Days

October-April

Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport
19℃ to 27℃

Bhalukpong Tourism

On the off chance that you were a nature lover, you would be anxious to play the role and ready to play the part and are prepared for it, Bhalukpong in Arunachal Pradesh is the correct destination goal for you. A small community settled in the lower regions of Himalayas in West Kameng area of Arunachal Pradesh, Bhalukpong is known for its stunning beautiful magnificence and quiet and peaceful feeling which enchants its every visitor. Bhalukpong is an entrancing goal among visitor who adores remaining here for two or three days and absorbs themselves huge serenity of the spot, at times broken by the light murmuring of the breeze, fun-loving music of the fizzing streams and pleasant tweets of vivid feathered birds. Take a comfortable walk around the forested areas lolling in nature's inventiveness or plan for an enchanting backwoods camp in the midst of its peaceful wild looking at a great many stars sprinkling their radiance in the dark sky, each minute spent in this little town would get a new experience and would be a memory to prize for eternity. The Kameng River running in the forest encompassing it makes the town much progressively alluring. In Bhalukpong you'll end up taking advantage of hiking, trekking, camping, and angling. The Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary can be visited to consider seeing various species of birds, alongside tigers, elephants, barking dear much more. The Tipi Orchidarium adjacent has an uncommon collection of about 500 species.

Things to do in Bhalukpong

1.Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary

20 kilometres from city centre

Encompassed by waterways on three sides and arranged in the midst of the Himalayan exte...

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Culture

The tiny little village's inhabitation of different ethnic clans makes it an anthropologist's heaven to giving them abundant chances to have a sneak-look into these local clans' intriguing cultures, lifestyle, and traditions. It lies 52 km from Tezpur, on the edge of a rich woods that mixes with the Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, in the south-western corner of the state, where the Kameng River streams crosswise over into Assam. The best time for an inimitable cultural event in Bhalukpong is by a wide margin amid the period of March when the town comes to life with the 'Nyethidow Festival' that fills the entire valley with liveliness and fizz. This is additionally when the town is hidden under the rugs of brilliant orchid sprouts, shrouding all around the valley, sloping trails, river basins and crevasses, enchanting everybody with their remarkable displays. The best time to visit Bhalukpong is between the months from October to April, a long time before the rainstorm flows begin developing.

 

How to reach

The closest air terminal, just as a railroad station, is at Tezpur. Taxis and transports handle occasionally all over to Bhalukpong. In any case, many tourists prefers to drive down to the beguiling city.

How to Reach by Flight

The closest air terminal to Bhalukpong is Tezpur Airport which is 52 km from Bhalukpong but another air terminal which can be accessed to go to this destination is Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (GAU)  which is situated 146 km from Bhalukpong. The airplane terminals are associated with regular flights from all the major cities of India.

How to Reach by Train

The closest railhead is to Bhalukpong is situated at Rangapara railway station. The Rangapara railroad station is all around associated with every major neighboring cities and town of this region.

How to Reach by Bus

The most ideal approach to reach Bhalukpong is by means of road transportation. The roads are excellent and exceptionally pleasant as well as well maintained by the state government. There are frequent state transport buses to Bhalukpong from Tezpur and Guwahati.

How to Reach by Road

Winding along the powerful Brahmaputra River and going through the lush forest of the 'Kaziranga National Park' giving vacationers a look at the recreation center's untamed life treasures including the endangered one-horn rhinos, the long drive adventure to Bhalukpong would be an encounter to recall. The frequently used routes to Bhalukpong goes by means of NH 37 or NH 52 which is in great condition.

How to travel within

The town is little enough for exploring by foot to all the close by areas within the town. To visit a bit far locations of the destination one can hire a taxi or a jeep, which is not a hassle here.

Cuisine

Bhalukpong is one of few Arunachal towns which can offer you innumerable alternatives for cuisines, crosswise over famous cooking styles. From Indian to Chinese to Tibetan and Continental cuisine, Bhalukpong menu has everything down its rundown. The local food of the state is basically Tibetan. Flavorful local food of Bhalukpong is likewise something which needs an extraordinary notice. The aged fermented cheese delights served in this present Arunachal's shrouded town are likewise incredible. Food lovers making a trip to this modest settlement should likewise add to their tasting list, the intriguing rice dish cooked in hollowed bamboo tubes, a rustic tribal specialty of the region. One could also try the locally made dishes like Momos, Thukpa, Zan, Khura and Gyapa Khazi served in the numerous small eateries scattered in the hamlet.

Bhalukpong Itinerary

Day 1: Reaching Tezpur Airport, take a cab to start your drive to Bhalukpong which will take you approximately 2 hours to reach. Get checked in at your pre-book hotel or guest house to spend the night at this beautiful hamlet while enjoying the night with local entertainment and cuisine. In the evening you can enjoy the activities of river boating and angling offered by this beautifully landscaped town. Have an early night to enjoy your next day in this mesmerizing village fill with nature and activities.

Day 2: For a beginning, early morning risers will see a helpful daybreak. Sooner than anyplace else in the nation, it spreads not at all like the ambushed dawn over a city. Finishing breakfast drive down to the passage entryways at the close-by Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary. In the early morning, the elephants with their mahouts will be prepared to wander into the backwoods of the Sanctuary to give you a safari of this exotic destination. Later visit the numerous gardens and Orchidarium scattered nearby the town. Spend the night tasting the local cuisines of the region and understanding the ethnic culture it offers. Start back early the next morning to Tezpur for boarding your flight back home.

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