The Buddhist Monasteries Tour Tawang | 7 Days

7 Days


Tibetan Buddhism has persisted and progressed faithful to its essence in the majestic highlands of the eastern Himalayas for centuries. In this tour of Tawang, you will explore its famous vast forests, rich fruits and flowers, high mountains, great rivers, and humble cultures, all of which come to life in their wonder and simplicity.

The tour of Tawang package takes you to the eastern Himalayas’ deep valleys, as well as the state’s tribal areas, old Buddhist monasteries, and towering mountains. One of the highlights of this Tawang travel package from Guwahati is a visit to the Tawang monastery. On this week-long journey to Tawang, get ready to enjoy the beauty of the country and its omnipresent Buddhist way of life in one of the greatest ways conceivable.

Trip Highlights

  • the Twang tour will give you the chance of exploring the Buddhist pilgrimage sites of the northeast.
  • Fishing in the famous Golden Mahseer: the king of Indian rivers.
  • Explore Nameri national park, elephant ride.
  • Visit Khastung Gompa and refresh yourself by the Dirang Chu River.
  • Surprise yourself by visiting the Nuranang Falls.
  • Spend some time at Shonga-Tser Lake and visit Tawang Monastery.
  • Explore the vibrant Buddhist monasteries namely 'Bomdila Monastery', 'Upper Gompa', 'Middle Gompa', and 'Lower Gompa' in Bomdila.


Our guide will greet you at the Guwahati airport and assist you for your tour of Tawang. After being picked up from the airport, you will be escorted to Nameri National Park, which is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. The park is located 210 kilometers from the airport and is ideal for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. You can tour the neighborhood and take in the breathtaking scenery. After that, you’ll be vacationing in a resort in the middle of nowhere, having a wonderful time.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
3 Stars Hotel

On the second day, eat a healthy breakfast and get ready for the exciting excursions ahead. We will travel to Dirang, a breathtaking Himalayan valley. You will also have the opportunity to visit a Tibetan village. It’s a very tranquil and wonderful spot to unwind. Along with Dirang Dzong, it also features Buddhist architecture that is worth seeing. You will stay in the hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

On the third day, after a nutritious and delicious breakfast, we will go to Tawang. You will also stop at a thermal spring in Dirang on your trip to Tawang. Later, we’ll stop at Vaisakhi for a lunch break, where we’ll sample some delectable Dosa. After lunch, we’ll travel to Sela Lake, also known as Paradise Lake, which is 13,700 feet above sea level. You will also visit the Jaswant Garh memorial, which is located near the lake. Finally, before arriving in Guwahati, we shall visit the Nuranang waterfalls. Your supper and overnight stay will be at a hotel.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

As is customary, we begin the day with a delectable breakfast to prepare ourselves for the day ahead. On the fourth day, you will explore the local Twang, including cultural heritages. Tawang Monastery, Asia’s second largest monastery, is the day’s first stop. It is one of the best places to go if you want to learn about Buddhism. After that, Tawang tour also includes the visit to the birthplace of the sixth Dalai Lama, which is another Buddhist cultural experience. Following lunch, you will visit a Nun monastery and participate in a rope climb. We’ll return to the hotel for dinner and a night’s stay in the evening.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

On the fifth day, we’ll travel to the Tawang area to see the beautiful scenery. You will also have the opportunity to see the Bum La Pass, which separates India and China. The day will be a little more laid-back, with less travel.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Our day will begin on the sixth day with a visit to Bomdila, which is located at a lower height than Tawang. We’ll go to a Buddhist monastery as well as the Bomdila market. It’s a secluded location that, like few other indigenous peoples, has evaded the recent tourist onslaught. The area is well-known for its stunning vistas of monasteries and apple orchards. Along with the overnight stay, you will have dinner at the hotel later in the evening.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

the final day of the Tawang tour, you will check out of the hotel and depart for Guwahati after breakfast. You will be dropped off at the airport in Guwahati. If you have enough time before your flight, we will also explore a few places in Guwahati.


Note: The above itinerary is implied and can be changed or customized according to the wishes of the clients.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Cost Includes

  • Accommodation at 4/5-star hotels with all meals and taxes
  • Ac transport as per seating capacity
  • Tour guide and language expert
  • Airport pick up and drop
  • All transfers
  • Sightseeing
  • Sanitary essentials
  • All taxes related to hotels and transport
  • Entrance fee for monuments

Cost Excludes

  • Personal expenses
  • Visa fee
  • Airport taxes
  • Porter charges at airport/railway
  • Any tips
  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation (available on request)
  • Visas or vaccinations
Q: Are meals included in the Tawang tour package?

A: Yes, meals are included in the tour package, featuring a variety of local cuisines and flavors. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided at designated stops and accommodations along the itinerary.

Q: What is the transportation mode during the Tawang tour?

A: Transportation is provided via comfortable vehicles with experienced drivers, ensuring safe and convenient travel between destinations. Airport pick-up and drop-off services are also included in the tour package for added convenience.

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