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What You Should Know More About Tours in Dibrugarh
The northeastern part of India is rich in nature, a vast range of flora and fauna, multiple tributaries of Brahmaputra River arriving from Tibet and the Himalayan shield of mountains. Dibrugarh tour packages include the best camping tours as well some of which are listed below.
Namdapha Wildlife Trek
Dibru Saikhowa National Park Eco Camps (like Kohua Eco-Camps, Dibru Saikhowa Eco Camps)
Camp at Pangu, Cherring, Yinkeong, Geku and Ditte Dime on a rafting expedition that starts from Luting.
Tinsukia Brahmaputra Eco Camps (like Banashree Eco Camps)
The miles-long tea gardens in Dibrugarh prove right to its sobriquet as the “tea city of India” and is a land of the best tea estates in India which contributes almost 50 % of the tea production of the country. Some of the best Tea estate tours in Dibrugarh are:
Chabua Tea Estate
Jalananagar Tea Estate
Achabam Tea Estate
Nahartoli Tea Estate
Naharkatiya Tea Estate
Khanikar Tea Garden
Namroop Tea Estate
Lekai Chetia Maidam
Jalan South Tea Estate
Sessa Tea Garden
Jokai Botanical garden
Embark on a journey that takes you through the jungles and grasslands of the Northeast India. The best wildlife tours in Dibrugarh can be best explored in and around the wildlife park and reserves of the region, some of which are mentioned below:
Gibbon wildlife sanctuary
Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuaries
Angling Camp Nameri: National Park, Angling
Kaziranga National Park is known for one horned Rhinoceros, and Elephant safari.
Boeling River in Angling
Dibru Saikhowa National Park
Namdapha National Park (Arunachal Pradesh)
Dibrugarh may not be as large a town as Guwahati in Assam but it surrounds treasures in terms of mystical sights which are best explored on sightseeing tours in Dibrugarh.
Jagannath Temple (sacred and pilgrimage site)
Lekai Chetia Maidam (Tea plantation and an hommage ground)
Raidongia Dol ( monument and Statues)
Dehing Satra (sacred and pilgrimage site)
Shrikshetra Dham (Pilgrimage site)
Sarumechlow and Bormechow Maidam (Monuments and statues)
Jokai Botanical Garden cum Germplasm Center
Koli Aai Thaan (sacred and pilgrimage site)
Buddhist Monastery at Namphake Village
Naharkatia town (Tea plantation)
The mighty Brahmaputra river ferociously unravels many charms for watersports enthusiasts. While you raft through some of the remotest areas of India and the world, let the extravagant tides and the giant waves thrill your mind, body and soul. The best rafting routes are as follows:
Tuting - Pango
Pango - Cherring
Cherring - Alubadi
Alubadi - Geku
Geku - Rotung
Rotung - Pasighat
Besides tea, Dibrugarh is also famous for its traditional silk garments, like mekhela chaddar (made of muga or paat silk sarees). There are innumerous indigenous shops present within the city in the markets where shopping tours in Dibrugarh are made extraordinary.
Mamta and Amolapatty markets
Bhutiya marketplace: It offers a wide range of trendy items like shoes, clothes and bags.
The food of Dibrugarh is mostly the Assamese thali which comprises of Masoor tenga, bhaat dali, tarkari, khar, aloo pitika and mangkho.
Masoor Tenga: It is made frequently in every household of Dibrugarh and It is a sopur fish dish.
Pitika is mainly made of mashed potatoes garnished with chilies and onions.
Potiabhaat: A dish of rice where the rice is soaked overnight and eaten with mustard oil, onions and chillies.
The restaurants which can be included in your food tour in Dibrugarh to taste the best of Assamese food are:
Asha hotel, Flavors, Garden Treat hotel, Ginger hotel and H20 restaurants etc. You can ask for recommendations from locals, or if you have opted any Dibrugarh tour packages, the guide shall take you to the best of the food corners in Dibrugarh.
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