Lilabari Tourism

2.5 / 5 Heritage, Religious,

Ideal Duration : 1 day Best Time : October to March
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Lilabari Tourism Lilabari is a small town located in North Lakhimpur inAssam. The town is famous for its waterfront, as it is situated on the left bank of Brahmaputra river and beautified with the breathtaking Dirang valley and Sela pass. Lilabari also has an airport which serves Arunachal Pradesh as well. Besides the beauty and serenity, this lovely town also offers best opportunities for adventure enthusiasts. People here get enthralled by indulging into trekking, hiking, mountaineering, angling, rafting, camping, boating and fishing. Lilabari is a perfect destination for adventure enthusiasts and lover of nature and serenity. Download Lilabari PDF Guide > What's Great? Very well connected city of Assam. Gateway to Monasteries of the North East. Pleasant temperature during most of the year. What's not so Great? There is no railway station in Lilabari but it is well connected by air to Guwahati and Delhi.  For Whom Lilabari is the best city to stay in if you want to explore Assam. It is cheaper than the large cities like Guwahati and Dispur and is equally well connected to famous tourist spots like Tawang and Bomdila.

The Natural Beauty of Assam Lilabari is a very popular destination in Assam since it is an urban centre in the midst of incomparable natural beauty. Nowhere in the North East can one find such accessible spots like the Namdapha National Park which is located on the on the banks of river Brahmaputra in the district of Changlang. This national park is known for its abundant vegetation and variety of wildlife like leopards, elephants, deer, gaur and the Himalayan black bear. Very close to Lilabari are two famous lakes, Ganga Lake and Sela lake that are very famous picnic spots with locals and tourists alike. They are located within driving distance of Lilabari and offer fantastic views of the mountains and greenery around the lake. Lilabari is also the starting point for some treks ranging from easy trails into the alpine forests to challenging climbs in the Purvanchal Range of Himalayas.

One Day Itinerary Day 1:Arrive in Lilabari by road or air and take the day to explore the city, the markets, the food and the surrounding natural spots like hills that are located very close to the city. The next day, leave early and travel to the Tawang or Bomdila monastery to find the peace inside you. These monasteries are also located in very scenic places, so after exploring the magnificent architecture of the monastery, you can stroll to the nearby hills, meadows and lakes for a small picnic. There are many eating options close to these monasteries since they are popular tourist spots. Day 2:Leave for a safari in the Namdapha National Park where you can see the rich, dense vegetation of the North Eastern Mountains and get a chance to see the leopard, black bear or elephant in its natural habitat. This national park is also very rich in bird life and is a photographer's paradise. 

Restaurants and Local Food in Lilabari Food in Lilabari is greatly influenced not only by Assam but by Arunachal pradesh as well. People here usually eat rice, fish, meat and green leafy vegetables known as 'Laax'. Some of the most loved Assamese cuisines are Khar, made by filtering water through the ashes of Banana trees, Tenga which is a light and sour fish dish, Poitabhat made by soaking cooked rice overnight and then garnished with onion and spices. Talking about drinks, Assam is well known for its tea, known as "saah" and rice is the main ingredient for beer here but you can taste different alcohol beverages belonging to different tribes as well.

Oct-Maris the best time to visit Lilabari The climate in Assam is pleasant most of the year except in the monsoon when there is a constant heavy downpour. The peak of tourist season is late early summer or spring (post-monsoons), but since there are a limited number of hotels in this city, accommodations get booked very fast.  Weather in Lilabari Loading... Lilabari in Summer (March - June) Summer in Lilabari lasts from March to June, and the temperature ranges around 30 degrees Celcius. During periods of bright sunshine, it gets sweltering but even during the summer, the nights are cold. This is the most preferred tourist season since there is no snow or rain in regions like Tawang and Bomdila and the lakes are at their best. Lilabari in Monsoon (July - September) Lilabari receives heavy rainfall with intermittent thunderstorms. Floods are rare, but even if the city itself may not get flooded, access to roads and the airport may shut down during heavy rains. It is best to avoid this season since it is almost impossible to venture outdoors and the national park is also closed for visitors. Lilabari in Winter (November - February) There is no snowfall in Lilabari, but since it is located at a high altitude, the temperature ranges from around 6 to 8 degrees Celcius. There are humidity and winds which means it feels much colder than the actual temperature. At higher altitudes like Tawang, it snows heavily and is closed to visitors. Monthly Weather in Lilabari Month Avg. Minimum (°C) Avg. Maximum (°C) January 10 26 February 14 27 March 17 26 April 20 28 May 22 30 June 24 31 July 25 31 August 27 34 September 25 31 October 23 32 November 17 29 December 12 27

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