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What You Should Know More About Tours in Tawang
Foreign tourists, particularly adventure seekers are regular visitors who come here to explore the numerous trekking routes located in the mountains. This green patch of India is botanically rich and gives you many adventure trekking opportunities and tours with hundreds of plant species which are rare to find elsewhere in the world.
Some of the popular trekking tours in Tawang are:
Tawang offers some spellbinding landscapes that lets tourists experience beauty and splendor right in front of eyes come true, riding through the eastern part of the country which gets all the more fun and memorable bike riding tour in India majorly eastern part. The riding conditions are simply idyllic and you are certainly going to enjoy every bit of it.
Some of the best motorbiking tours in Tawang are:
Shopping at the colorful markets of Tawang is really a fabulous experience for the shopaholics. Tawang has a good range of tourist souvenir shops which sell Buddhist prayer wheels in colorful wood, chadars (wrap skirts worn by local women), beautiful bags, shawls, brassware and Buddha statues.
The most popular places for a shopping tour in Tawang are summarized as follows:
Tawang holds you tight with its unparalleled beauty and your senses marvel at the gift of nature displayed in every inch of the land. Situated 10000 feet high above Mean Sea Level and surrounded by lakes, Tawang’s beauty reaches out to your eyes and moves towards your soul.
Situated at an elevation of 3,048 meters and is famous for being the birthplace of the sixth Dalai Lama, Nagwang Lobsang Gyatso and is home to the largest Buddhist Monastery in India. Tawang also remains an important pilgrimage destination for Tibetan Buddhists.
Some of the top attractions for a sightseeing tour in Tawang are:
Tawang is truly a mystical destination which is blessed with natural scenery in abundance. The place is a must visit for nature lovers as the beauty of the place is truly unmatched. It is a perfect location for those who wish to spend a holiday filled with serenity. Explore the rich biodiversity of Tawang and spend time in the company of some rare animals and plants during your holiday. This small town is a mesmerizing place for wildlife enthusiasts as it is close to the Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary.
The most amazing wildlife experiences in Tawang can be enjoyed at:
If you are wishing to have a glimpse of the vibrant festivals of Tawang, during the summer months between March and October. Early March is especially a good time to visit as the Monpas celebrate the Losar festival and the whole town is a riot of colours. Tourists flock during these months to enjoy the charm and gaiety of the Torgya and Losar festivals held in Tawang. These months see an average temperature that ranges from 11 °C to -5 °C.
The summers are cooler in comparison to its climate at other times of the year, which makes it automatically cool and pleasant for other people to visit it. Also, festivals colour and light up the place, especially around March. There are music festivals as well.
There are many Tibetan monasteries in Tawang, which was once a part of Tibet. The people are Indian now, but they still have Tibetan roots in terms of how they worship, how they dress, what they eat etc. The monasteries also serve as schools for children where they learn the local language, English and Tibetan. The best time to visit these monasteries is between October and April.
The Tawang Monastery also known as "Galden Namgyal Lhatse" is famous Buddhist monastery which was founded by Merak Lama Lodro Gyamtso in the year 1860-61 AD. It is one of the largest lamaseries of Mahayana sects and the second oldest monastery in the world after Lhasa, often known as the most impressive monasteries of Tawang.
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