Bhalukpong

Bhalukpong is the access point to Arunachal and is 56 kilometres from Tezpur. The hill station of Bhalukpong, which exists 213 m over the water level, is on the banks of the Kameng River and also boundaries along the thick forests that develop the periphery of the Pakhui Game Sanctuary. Bhalukpong is a gateway to popular destinations like Tawang and Bomdila, but it has its very own special charm also.

Bhalukpong Tourism & Guide

Bhalukpong is a great place for nature lovers and also adventure hunters. The city is honored with all-natural scenic appeal. The location is famous for historical ruins of King Bhaluka that was the grandfather of King Bana of Mahabharata popularity as well as an old leader of the area. A historical fort of 10th-12th Century AD is located in the foothills of the region and also one can see the rock stays of the fort. Some important remains of King Bahluk's funding as well as his grandson Bana are protected right here.

Bhalukpong is occupied by various tribes celebrating different cultures and religious beliefs. Several of the important places of interest to visit in Bhalukpong include Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, which boasts of numerous endangered types including Bengal tiger, wonderful pied hornbill, white-winged wood duck, elephants, leopard as well as sambhar as well as Orchard Research Center, a wonderland for orchid fans.

How to Get to Bhalukpong

By Air - Bhalukpong does not have a flight airport. The nearest airport terminal remains in Tezpur. From Tezpur drive up the 52 kms to Bhalukpong either in a taxi.

By Rail - The nearby railhead is at Rangapara at Tezpur. Guwahati to Bhalukpong nearly 250 kilometers as well as is 6 hours drive. From both Tezpur and Guwahati, trains to Rangapara and Bhalukpong are available. There are local taxis as well as buses that on a regular basis ply the route.

By Road - Bhalukpong is located in a remote part of India among the Himalayan arrays. It does not have an airport terminal or railway terminal of its very own. It is connected by road with various other towns in Arunachal Pradesh as well as Assam. Bhalukpong can be reached from the towns of Tezpur by bus or in a common jeep.

Distance from Major Cities to Bhalukpong

  • Bhalukpong to Guwahati - 250 kilometres
  • Bhalukpong to Tezpur - 56 kilometres
  • Bhalukpong to Bomdila - 100 kilometres
  • Bhalukpong to Tawang - 282 kilometres
  • Bhalukpong to Dirang - 143 kilometres
Best Time to Visit Bhalukpong

A good time to see Bhalukpong would be anytime in between October and also April with the best time in fact being in October - November as well as once more in March - April. This is the time when the weather condition is most conducive and stays amazing in the 20 levels C region. The rains are available in rather heavily in the monsoon season which lasts from May through September travelers should avoid that duration.

The Nyethidow Festival celebrated by the Also known as Aka Tribe in March draws a great deal of visitors as well as is a great time to go to.

Best Tourist Places to Visit nearby Bhalukpong
  • Orchid Research Centre
  • Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Tipi Orchidarium
  • Kaziranga National Park
  • Bhalukpong Fort