Bomi is located in the east of Nyingchi prefecture, at a distance of 237 kilometers from Nyingchi. At present, tourists only can take cars to Bomi. The driving time is about 4 hours, which depends on the specific road conditions and weather. For all tourists going to Bomi, they should fly to Lhasa or Nyingchi first then to Bomi. Currently, only a few cities have direct flights to Nyingchi such as Chengdu, Chongqing, and Shenzhen. We suggest our customers fly to Lhasa if they are not departing from the 3 cities mentioned above. Please note, that there's no direct bus to Bomi from Lhasa. Most travelers will take a bus from Lhasa to Nyingchi's Bayi Town and stay a night. The distance is 400 kilometers and it takes about 5 hours. Then drive from Bayi Town to Bomi. From Lhasa to Nyingchi, there's a newly built highway, also called the most beautiful highway in China. There are many scenic spots along the way. So you don't have to worry about tedious driving.
The climate in Bomi is mild, with plenty of rainfall, no severe cold in winter and no intense heat in summer. The average annual temperature of Bomi is around 10 degrees Celsius and the average altitude is 4200 meters. Zhamu Town, where the county seat is located, is at an altitude of 2750 meters. It's a place suitable for traveling all year round.
March to June and September to December is the best time to travel to Bomi. You can visit the largest peach blossom valley in China - Bodui Peach Blossom Valley in spring or one of the most beautiful glaciers in China - Midui Glacier in winter. In addition, there are Bomi Ancient Township, where there are many scenic spots such as Galang Lake, Picea spruce Forest, Guxiang Lake, Galang King Ruins, Taohuagou, etc.
As one of the popular tourist places in Tibet, Bomi has a variety of accommodation options, from ordinary guest houses to various 4-star accommodation rooms to meet different needs, and its accommodation conditions and service standards can satisfy most tourists. The recommended hotels are:
Four-star hotel -- Bomi Pingcuo Kangsang Holiday Hotel
Three-star hotel -- Minshan Shanxia Hotel
There are many types of Bomi food, except for the local Tibetan restaurants, the rest are mostly Sichuan restaurants. The local food in Bomi is spicy. If you don't like spicy food, you can also find a western restaurant.
In addition, Bomi is one of the important producing areas of matsutake and morel due to its rich water and soil resources. Therefore, you cannot miss the mushroom delicacy in Bomi.