Dibrugarh is Located in North – East corner of the world-renowned tea – state of India, Assam. Lush green pastures and adventurous dense forests, this high range place is a fantasyland out of fairytales.
There are many places to visit when you are in Dibrugarh.
Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary: Aptly called the Amazon of the East
Dehing Patkai is the only rainforest in Assam. Located partly in Dibrugarh and partly in Tinsukia district, it has three parts: Dirok Rainforest, Upper Dihing River, and Jeypore.
This rainforest has a wide variety of flora and fauna including species of Orchids and wild Bananas making it the top rated choice for Dibrugarh sightseeing.
Joypur Rainforest tops the Dibrugarh tourist attractions for its biodiversity. Blessed abundantly with rains almost throughout the year this is a treat to the eyes. Ajae, Segun, Nahar, Bohot, and Sam are the other common trees found here.
Wide variety of species reside here including Elephants, Hornbills, Leopards, Flying Squirrels, Pythons, Spotted Deer, and Langurs.
Radha Krishna Temple
Radha Krishna temple an epitome of spiritual peace is necessary visit here. The temple’s unique architectural style is main reason why people like to spend time here.
Apart from Radha Krishna Temple, other spiritual spots that you can visit in Dibrugarh include Koli Aai Thaan and satras like Dehing Namtii Satra, Garpara Satra, and Dehing Satra.
Shri Jagannath Temple of Dibrugarh is a replica of the Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odissa. The Raidongia Dol, one of the main shrines in the town has 24 statues on the wall, out of which only 14 can be seen today.
One of the best places to visit in Dibrugarh is Jokai Botanical Garden. It houses a wide variety of both flora and fauna species. From medicinal plants to orchids and aromatic plants, you might find everything here. To explore the Jokai Reserve, you can also opt for elephant rides and opt for boating.