by Romit Kemprai
Dima Hasao District is a must-see for any traveller who wants to see the best of what Northeast India has to offer.
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Notun Leikul Village in Dima Hasao, Assam, is a perfect destination for eco-tourism, cultural immersion, and adventure.
Over 1500 meters above sea level, Mt. Sielkal Peak is a stunning hiking destination in the Borail Mountains.
Haflong is a beautiful hill station in Assam and it is also the District Headquater of Dima Hasao with many tourist attractions, including Haflong Hill and Haflong Lake.
Beautiful Borail Hill range is seen from Boro Haflong View Point. It’s nice to see clouds over green hills.
The waterfalls are about 3 km from the village of Samparidisa. To get there, you have to walk through the dense, green forests of Dima Hasao, which is not easy.
Bendao Baiglai Waterfalls is a hidden gem in Dima Hasao, Assam that attracts adventure junkies and nature lovers alike.
Image Credit:Samparidisa Ecotourism
The panoramic view of the scenery attracts a number of nature lovers and photographers, making it the only hill station in the district.
The reservoir, which offers a spectacular view of the body of water and reminds one of similar landscapes seen in the countryside of England and Scotland, is located in this region.
The North Cachar Hills Autonomous Council (NCHAC) built a park close to the Ranachandi Temple (Maibang Stone House) for visitors to enjoy the beautiful scenery .
Jatinga is located in the Dima Hasao, India, is known for the infamous bird mystery where a mix of local and migratory birds are believed to come to die.
Jatinga has a number of tourist places to visit in and around the village. The village is surrounded by picturesque hills and valleys.