It is a famous city and well renowned for wild life sanctuary. The proud city is located in Assam on the banks of river Brahmaputra. The city is also serves as an entry point to Tea district of Assam. The bamboo and wood works are the most famous features of Dibrugarh. One can find numerous tea gardens throughout the region. These gardens are date back to the British period. The fore most attraction is Namdapha national park which is around 160km from city center. It is the largest protected forest area. It houses several wildlife species and it also serves as homage for countless varieties of flora. This is also the place for the people who have the passion in history. There are four airfields located here which are date back to World War II. Driving through the tea estates is the fun filled activity. One must get a prior permission from owners to enjoy the trip inside the tea estates. Dibru is indeed an interesting tourist destination to enjoy peaceful holidays.
Places to visit
It is located on the banks of Dehing River which had received the royal patronage of various kings such as Lakhi Singha, Gaurinath Singha and Rajeswar Singha.
Namdapha National Park
The fore most attraction is Namdapha national park which is around 160km from city center. It is the largest protected forest area. It houses several wildlife species and it also serves as homage for countless varieties of flora.
Dehing Namti Satra, Dinjoy Satra, Moderkhat Satra, Raidongia Dol, Sarumechlow and Bormechow Maidam are other interesting places to visit.
How to reach Dibrugarh
Dibrugarh has its own small airport and connected to Delh, Itanagar and Dimapur.
Dibrugarh has its own rail head and well connecting to all major parts of Assam.
Bus services are regularly available to reach Dibrugarh from various parts of Assam.
In summer 15-30 C and in winter 8-24 C and best visited from October to March