Tawang tour packages offered by the Tourism of India allow you to enjoy breathtaking views of mountains and waterfalls. You can enjoy a great vacation in Tawang amid the flower-filled green meadows exploring the colorful culture and great artifacts. Also, the 400 years old Buddhist monastery is one of the best attractions to include in your Tawang tour plan.
The Famous Tawang Monastery also is known as Gaden Namgyal Lhatse in Tibetan is one of the largest monasteries in India. Built during 1680-81 by Merak Lama Lodre Gyatso, this historic monastery must be included in your Tawang tour itinerary. Nestled on the spur of a hill about 10,000 feet above sea level the monastery has ravines in the south and west, narrow ridge on the north and gradual slope on the east.
The other tourist attractions in Tawang include Urgelling Monastery - the birthplace of Sixth Dalai Lama & Ani Gompa which is run by a group of female monks. From Urgelling Monastery, you can enjoy an absolutely serene and picturesque view of the Tawang-chu valley during your holiday in Tawang with Tourism of India. From a distance, the monastery on the top of the hill looks like a fort guarding the vast valley below. This monastery is the fountain-head of the spiritual life for the people of Arunachal Pradesh.
Apart from the monasteries, the place you must visit during your trip to Tawang is the Tawang War Memorial. This was constructed in the memory of the soldiers martyred in the 1962 Indo-china war.
Along with a sightseeing tour in Tawang, you can also relish a gastronomical delight in Tawang by gratifying in the area's unique cuisine. Like most other north-eastern states Thupka and Momos are available here with all garnishing. Don’t forget to try Zan, Khura and Gyapa Khazi that are authentic dishes of Tawang. But trying an original Monpa cuisine is a matter of courage if you can challenge those terribly hot chilies.
Visiting the local markets is one of the best things to do in Tawang. You can interact with the local people as well as can buy the handcrafted bags, wrap skirts, Shawls, carpets, chadars, and souvenirs from the street shopping places in Tawang.