Famous For: Jaypore Rain Forest, Dinjay Satra, Dehing Namti Satra, Koli Aai Thaan, Raidongia Dol, Barbarua Maidam, Bahikhowa Maidam, Lekai Chetia Maidam, Sarumechlow and Bormechow Maidam, Tea Gardens, Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary, Joypur Rainforest, Namphake Village, Naharkatia Town, Radha Krishna Temple, Shri Jagannath Temple etc.
Ideal Visit Time: 3-4 days. Tourists should visit Dibrugarh in winters. This is when the weather is mild and pleasant and apt for sightseeing in Dibrugarh.
Dibrugarh is a town in upper Assam and in the state of Assam in India, it serves as the headquarter of Dibrugarh district . Dibrugarh is being transformed in a vibrant city for the projects like Brahmaputra cracker and polymer limited, India’s longest rail cum road bridge bogibeel bridge and other upcoming modern urban infrastructure . The city Dibrugarh is emerging as a popular destination for business and leisure trips for tourists from India and abroad of late. Organizing the 18th national space science symposium in the town in January–February, 2014 ,Dibrugarh is also a center of the Indian space research organization (ISRO) as well as education and research. From dibarumukh, Dibrugarh derived its name. Until 1523 A.D. Dibrugarh was part of the chutia kingdom. It was known as ti-phao in Ahom buranji when the Ahom’s annexed it due to the weak rule of the chutia king nitipal. A tributary of Brahmaputra, buridihing, divides the district from east to west. At a later stage in its course, buridihing acts as a divider between Dibrugarh and Sivas agar districts and it flows through naharkatia and knowing. From the east Arunachala hills to the west, the region is flat with a gradual slope. The soil here is mostly fertile, alluvial soil. With extremely wet summers and relatively dry winters, Dibrugarh has a humid subtropical climate. Dibrugarh city had a population of 154,019 as of the 2011 India census . It is considered that Dibrugarh is an economic hub of north east region of India. From both India and abroad, Dibrugarh has become an important destination as well as a major transit point for tourists.
Major Attraction Of Kolkata
How To Reach
By Road: The roads of Dibrugarh are well-connected to the main cities like Guwahati, Itanagar and Tezpur. There are several buses both private and state-run, which offer transportation services from the main cities of Assam to Sivasagar. For in-city transportation, you can avail shuttle cars, auto-rickshaws and other motor vehicles.
By Train: Dibrugarh has 2 railway stations in its area. There are several local trains and express trains that ferry through this railway station. The train network connects Dibrugarh to most of the major metropolitan cities of India, like, Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru.
By Air: You will find the nearest airport called the “Mohanbari Airport” at approximately 15 kms away from Dibrugarh. There are several flights that connect Dibrugarh to metropolitan cities like Kolkata and Delhi, on a daily basis.