Best Picnic Spots in Assam That You Must Visit This Year
As the time from December to February is regarded as the best time for a picnic, picnickers from the states and out of the state often choose the locations of Assam as picnic spots. Here's the list of the top 10 picnic places to visit in Assam:
With the ending of the year, 2021 and the beginning of the New Year 2022 people like to celebrate with friends and families through outings near the riverside enjoying the natural beauty.
During the months of December and February, tourists from different parts of the country gather in various picnic spots located in the northeastern state of Assam.
The state of Assam for being a place of scenic beauty witnesses a huge number of tourists during the picnic season every year. Sometimes it becomes difficult to select a picnic spot in such a state surrounded by wildlife, beautiful landscapes and natural resources.
Here's the list of the top 10 picnic spots to visit in Assam
1. Chandubi Lake:Chandubi Lake recognized for its natural beauty and tranquillity is one of the best picnic spots to visit in the area of lower Assam. The Lake is located 64 kilometres distance from the city of Guwahati in the Kamrup district. The sunset from Chandubi Lake is something mesmerizing and it soothes one's soul from inside. On the visit to the Lake, visitors can enjoy boating and camping as well along with their picnic enjoyment. The place is regarded as the major picnic spot in lower Assam and for the people residing in Guwahati is the prior choice as a picnic spot.
2. Kokachang Waterfall:
The Kokachang Waterfall located in the Bokakhat area of Assam has emerged as one of the most popular picnic spots in the state for the presence of its magnificent waterfall and sparkling water. The place is situated in middle Assam can be visited easily by people from different areas of the Assam. The spot provides a trekking experience and also the opportunity of taking a dip into the fresh waters.
The picnic spot of Bogibeel located below the longest rail-cum-road bridge of India is the perfect gateway to enjoy a picnic along with families and friends. The place on the banks of the mighty River Brahmaputra provides a place of scenic beauty to enjoy a picnic and capture the best moments. Visitors from different places across the state visit Bogibeel for picnics but mainly from Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Silapathar, and Tinsukia districts.
4. Dipor Bil:
Dipor Bil or Lake is another most visited picnic spot located in the lower Assam in the southwest area of Guwahati. The lake attracts a huge number of tourists during picnic months as it is a very common choice of people who thinks of an outing with families and close ones. This permanent Freshwater Lake gains attention for its availability of 70 migratory birds and 219 other species of birds.
5. Nameri National Park:
The National Parks always attracts tourists for their natural beauty and expended wildlife similarly the Nameri National Park is known for its scenic beauty. People visit the place again and again for the ultimate essence of beauty that one can get only from Nameri National Park. It is in the middle of Assam just 40 kilometers distance from Tezpur located mainly in the Sonitpur district of Assam. While visiting the Nameri National Park people also get to witness the beauty of the Jia Bharali River which divides the national park. Along with the gala time of picnic, visitors can also enjoy rafting in the area.
6. Dilli Ghat:
Dilli Ghat is the place that is most commonly referred to by people across Assam as a picnic spot. It is the name often heard while discussing which place to choose as a picnic spot in Assam. It is located in Namrup and is 80 kilometers distance from the Dibrugarh district. The place provides the calm ripping sound of the river which makes the meal of picnic a lot more interesting and engaging. With dense jungle surrounding the spot gives a thrilling adventurous experience.
7. Manas National Park:
The National Park in lower Assam covers a huge area spreading over the Baksa and Chirang district of Assam located 138 kilometers from Guwahati city. The place has great importance as it is a project tiger reserve, an elephant reserve, a UNESCO Natural World Heritage site and a biosphere reserve. The Manas National Park gives a glimpse of many endangered species that are not visible in other places such as golden langur, hispid hare, pygmy hog, Assam roofed turtle and others.
The Akashiganga as the name suggests gives a mesmerizing view of waterfalls but its uniqueness is the historical value associated with the place regarding Daboka kingdom. The picnic spot is situated just 50 kilometers from Nagaon district of Assam very closed to the Daboka town. The high mountains and greenery surrounding the place attract people from various areas inside and outside Assam. It also provides a grand view of the Brahmaputra River.
The place Chairaideo which is the capital of the Ahom dynasty attracts a great number of picnickers every year for its historical significance and natural beauty. The place located 28 kilometers away from Sivasagar gives wide knowledge and view of history connected to Ahom.
The Bogamati is the picnic spot regarded as best among others in lower Assam for its dense forests. The place is located 92 kilometers distance from Guwahati in the Baksa district of Assam on the mouth of the Barnadi River. The people in the Assam's districts of Barpeta, Kamrup, Nalbari, Baksa and Darrang select Bogamati as the common choice for picnics with families and friends.
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