Bomdila is located in the West of Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. It is situated on the ranges of the eastern Himalayas. The scenic beauty of Bomdila attracts tourists to spend their holidays in the lap of nature. This town is also famous for its Buddhist monasteries and apple orchards. Nature and adventure lovers visit this place to explore the trekking trails. Bomdila offers its visitors the mesmerizing view of Kameng Valley and the Buddhist monasteries called as Gompas. Nechipu Pass, Kangto and Gorichan peaks are frequently visited by the tourists.
The brief history of the city states that it was a part of the kingdom of Tibet. In 1873, the British officials brought this area under the state of Arunachal Pradesh. After independence, China invaded the area around Bomdila. The city reflects the heritage of Buddhist and Tibetan culture. Orchid research and development center, craft center, ethnographic museums are some more attractions of the city. April to October is an ideal time to visit Bomdila. Markets of the city are filled with various items such as Tibetan carpets, paintings and Tibetan silk paintings known as ‘thangkas’.