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Some picnic places of Assam

Kaziranga (কাজিৰঙা ৰাষ্ট্ৰীয় উদ্যান)
Kaziranga is also a famous Picnic spot in Assam. Kaziranga is a title of a remarkable success story of conservation of the One Horned India Rhinoceros and other wild lives in the North East India. It is not only the homeland of the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros, but also provides shelter to a variety of wild lives.

Sivakunda (শিৱকুন্দ)
Sivakunda Waterfall is a gorgeous waterfall situated in the Amsoi Hills, Assam. Sivakunda is one of the key attractions in Morigaon District. Best time to visit this fall is between October and March. One has to travel around 10 km from the National Highway 37 towards south for having a sight of this astounding hot waterfall.

Choraideo (চৰাইদেউ)
Choraideo is situated in Sivasagar district and it is basically a maidam (large earthen tumulus) for the Ahoms. Ahoms were buried here.

BOGIBIL (বগীবিল)
Bogibil is a famous picnic place, it is located in Dibrugarh, on the bank of Brahmaputra district of Assam State in India.

Bor Xil(Shil) (বৰশিল)
Bor Xil is one of the very popular picnic spot around Sivasgar. Bor Xil is on the foot of Naga hill and dikhow river flows through the place.

Disang-Mukh (দিচাংমুখ)
Disangmukh is just 10 kilometers away from the Sivasagar town. The mouth of any tributaries of the Brahmaputra normally attract tourists for their scenic beuty. Disangmukh is one of the popular tourism sites of this kind. Disang river has it’s own importance sive the historical days. It was important medium of transportation in the Ahom days. This river was supposed to be one of the border of Ahom’s capital ‘Rangpur’. During the British rule, Disangmukh servered as a very important port for any transportation from Sibsagar to other place.

Bhalukpung (ভালুকপুঙ)
Bhalukpong is located in West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh, India. It is close to Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border and is 60 km north of Tezpur. Bhalukpong is worth a visit at the time of the Nyethidow festival in March. Also nearby (3 kms) is the famous Tipi Orchid Centre. Languages spoken here are Aka, Hindi, Assamese and English. Bhalukpong is known for picnics, rafting and angling on the banks of Kameng river and trekking and hiking.

Bhutan Chawki (ভূটান চকী)
Nature has been generous to Assam by providing it with amazing natural beauty. As insurgency declines, people are making their way to various tourist spots across the state. Chawki, an upcoming picnic spot at Uttarkuci in Baksa district of Assam, is attracting hundreds of people from across the state. Filled with immense scenic beauty, lush green mountains and meandering rivers that cross its diversified landscapes, the place is a picnickers treat. The minimum entry fee is charged from every picnic party and the revenue collected is utilized for the maintenance of the place. Located at the Indo- Bhutan Border, Chawki was once affected by militant activity, but But as normalcy returns, so do tourists.

Hatishila (হাতীশিলা)
Hatishila Picnic Spot is famous due to the front view of the elephant made up on of stones.The historic name Hatishila also come from this two stones which makes the front view of Elephant.

Akashi Ganga (আকাশীগংগা)
Akashiganga is a picnic spot 50 km south-east of Nagaon,Assam. This place is close to Dabaka. It lies on the Dabaka-Dimapur road. The place got its name from a nearby waterfall. Akashiganga also finds mention as a “pithasthan” (a holy place associated with Shakti cult) in the Kalika Puran. Pilgrims take a holy dip in the nearby water pool formed by the Akashiganga waterfall. The site also offers a view of the Brahmaputra River from a distance.

Chandubi Lake (চানডুবি)
A natural lagoon and finest picnic spot which is 64 kms from Guwahati City, Assam. The lake and it’s surroundings, broken by cliffs and forests, is an ideal holiday resort and has the added attraction of fishing and rowing opportunities in the lake itself. The place is easily accessible by bus from Adabari, Guwahati. The best time to visit is from November to April.

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