Hi everyone we are pleased to inform you all that we are conducting our very first Biking Expedition in Tawang this October. This expedition will cover places within Tawang area. So let's get booted and strapped to explore Tawang in a never-before way. Make your way through refreshing lakes to the road you have [...]
The Bum La Pass is located about 37 km away from Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh, at the Indo-China border above 15,200 ft above sea level. An old traders road went from Tawang via Milakatong La Pass (La in Tibetan is to Bum La Pass and finally to Tsona Dzong in Tibet province of China. The road to [...]
It is situated at a distance of 90 kilometers from Tawang. It is said to have been constructed in 13th century by Lama Prathar who belonged to Kharman village of Zemithang. Towering at the ninety-three feet with a base of about hundred and eighty–six feet. Gorsam Chorten is the replica of the Boudha [...]
[three_fifth] The Famous Gaden Namgyal Lhatse roughly translated as “The peak of the heavenly abode of joyfulness and complete victory” and, popularly known as the Tawang Monastery was founded by Merak Lama Lodre Gyatso in the year 1680-81. The monastery stands on the spur of a hill, about 10,000 feet above sea level [...]
Nuranang Falls (also known as Jang Water Falls), some 100 meters high, is located in the Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh, India. It is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in this part of the country, yet is unknown to many travelers. It lies some 2 kilometers away from the town of Jang [...]
It is situated twenty kilometers north of Tawang town. The lake is located in beautiful lush surroundings and wild flowers. It is said that, with every week, the lake and its surroundings take on a different colour, changing significantly. The magnificent symmetrical fir forest of the mountains imparts a green glow to the [...]
A breathtaking lake mystery. The very gorgeous Sangetsar lake was once a grazing ground. Lake formed after an Earthquake hit the region somewhere around 1950. Located about 28 kms in north-east Tawang. Also popular as Madhuri Lake. Actually pronounced as Sho-Nga=Tseir by locals, was originally pasturage of Shok-Tsen village turned into a lake [...]
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