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Meet the tea city of India, Dibrugarh, which is situated in the upper west region of Assam. An important tea trading center and the authentic reflection of Assam, Dibrugarh has been quite a charmer all through the years. One has the opportunity to see the most turbulent face of Brahmaputra here along with the scenic panorama of pristine beauty. Dibrugarh has been popular among tourists as it offers the opportunity for different adventure activities like trekking, mountaineering, and camping. The city is also an important hub for silk garments. Exhilarating in all its senses, Dibrugarh is one experience that you should not miss out in Assam.

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Place of Interest / Things to do
Dehing Namti Satra

It is located on the banks of Disang River. The ancient relics of the Ahom times can be seen here in the center, and the greenery around allows the tourists to breath in some fresh air away from the city. The history behind the Satra is fascinating and makes it a must visit while in town.

Dibru Saikhowa National Park

It is known as the home of the white-winged wood duck, which is rarely found. Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is famous for being one of the best places around for bird-watching. The park is also a habitat to animals such as the water buffalo, wild horse, and langur. A must-visit place for any bird lover.

Jokai Botanical Garden

The garden has orchids, medicinal plants, as well as aromatic plants. The garden also has a pond that attracts tourists for its boating rides. Tourists can also opt for elephant rides and experience the lush Jokai Reserve Forest known for the migratory birds that come to visit the area.

Koli Aai Thaan

Koli Aai Thaan is a very famous tourist spot of Dibrugarh, which is dedicated to Koli Aai, the daughter of the head priest of the Dibaru Satra of Assam. It is said that due to the lack of male heir, the satra started disappearing. However, Koli Aai kept the Satra alive by preaching its ideals and principles. It is believed that Koli Aai was bestowed with divine powers and she vanished from the site one day, leaving behind a strong religious hold in the minds of the people. , 


Raidongia Dol contains famous ruined monuments near Dibrugarh, which still has 14 statues of the 24 ancient relics of the Ahom kingdom that existed there. It is located in Larua Mouza in the Kalakhowa region, near the Dihingia Barbarua road. The Raidongia Dol has a height of about 45 ft, and is a magnificent structure.

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