Padmini Resort is a place to be there in the warm winters and mild summers.
The Dibru-Saikhowa National Park located in a close proximity is a paradise for nature lovers. More than 400 species of resident and migratory birds like Rudy Shelduck, Darter, Greg Goose, Stork, Cormorant, Egret, Hornbill etc. are easily seen during the birding season from Oct to April. Animals like Hoolock Gibbons, Wild Horses, Water Buffaloes and 8 varieties if leopards are found in these forests. The Gangetic River Dolphin is an extinct mammal and the pride & symbol of Assam found in the river Brahmaputra.
A commercial hub of Upper Assam. a visit to this town will take you to some interesting destinations. like The Shiv Dham, The Marut Nandan Park and the much revered Bell Temple.
Saikhowa National Park — This biodiversity hot spot located 13 kms away from Tinsukia is famous for its Feral Horses.lt is also the habitat of few other endangered species like the Slow Loris • White Winged Wood Duck , Gangetic Dolphins . Water Buffalo ,Hollock Gibbon , Elephant etc.The Park is kept open for the public from November to April. A written permission from the Park authority is obligatory for entering the park. Lodging facility is available outside the Park at Guijan Forest I. B. Distance from Tinsukia to Guijan is 10 kms.
Asia’s first oil township. Digboi also has the distinction of establishing the first oil museum in India. Another feather to its cap is the 18 hole Golf Course located close to the Upper Dehing Reserve Forest. A visit to the nearby War Cemetary and the Centenary Park are some of the other options.
Located 75 kms east of Tinsukia this sub – divisional headquarter of Thsukia is one of the important centers of Shakti worship in Assam. It is famous for the Tameswari temple.
One of the prominent pilgrimage centers of the Hindus. it is located in the Lohit District of Arunachal Pradesh, at a distance of 150 kms from Tinsukia. Thousands of pilgrims visit this place of breathtaking scenic beauty from all part of India during the month of January as a dip in the lake during Makar Sankranti is considered to be very auspicious.Accomodation can be available at the Circuit House in Tezu.
Covering an area of 3.25 kms this Beach island situated in the midest of river Brhamaputra is a safe haven for many indigenous and migratory birds.lt also has parasailing facilities.
With the splenderous Patkai range on one side and the Burhi – Dehing river flowing right across it with a carpet of lush tea gardens this coal queen of Assam is nature’s own delight. Watching the process of making tea and a visit to its famous plywood factory can be a unique experience.
This factory is the lifeline of the Tibetan Refugee Camp situated 5 kms ahead of Miao town. The colorful hand woven carpets with their fine furnishing are highly in demand all over the world. Pangsau Pass – This pass in the Patkai range in Arunachal Pradesh is about 130 kms away from Tinsukia. The journey to the pass through the abandoned stretch of Stilwell Road with the dense forest on one side and the deep gorges on the other can be a thrilling experience. A fortnightly market held on the Ind° – Myanmar border where the Barter system of trading is still prevalent is another interesting experience. A visit to the mystic “lake of no return ” is well worth the journey.
Located a few kilometers away from Miao this tropical rain forest has been declared a forest reserve in 1983.This forest reserve possesses immense biodiversity of Flora and Fauna and is any nature lovers dream destination. Some of the rarest orchids like the Blue Vanda are found here. It is the only park in the world to have the four Feline species of Big Cat namely the Tiger, the Leopard. the Snow Leopard and the Tiger Leopard .Good motor able road is connected up to Miao. which is the entry point of Namdapha. The Forest Rest House. Deban, Located within the forest reserve, is 141 kilometers from Tinsukia.
This magical land of snowfall is fast becoming popular with the adventurists. It is a gateway to the lndo – China border and is located at an elevation of 2655 m above sea level. It offers some amazing trekking opportunities. Tourists are advised to carry what they require during the journey. along with some food for emergency. as the place is lacking in some proper tourist facilities.
Maguri-Motapung Beel of Tinsukia District is a wetland complex which is a part of the Dibru Saikhowa Important Bird Area but located just outside the Dibru Saikhowa National Park and Biosphere Reserve. ‘Beer is the local name for a lake with marshy areas at the edges. Maguri¬Motapung Beel is located in the south bank of the Dibru River, which is a channel of the mighty Brahmaputra River.
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