Dibrugarh is a city and the headquarters of the Dibrugarh district in the state of Assam, India. The city is also known as 'the Tea Capital of Assam' and subsequently coined as 'the Tea City of India'. Dibrugarh is an emerging communication and industrial hub of North East India, Dibrugarh is a major city in eastern India in line with Guwahati and Bhubaneswar. On the other hand, this city is a beauty in itself with the gushing River Brahmaputra on one side, while the Himalayas touches down seemingly, on the edges of the city spreading its serenity all around. A fine combination of a tinge of history, lots of greenery, modern, commercial and natural magnificence, Dibrugarh attracts a huge of tourist from all around the world. So, explore the interesting travel attractions of Dibrugarh by selecting any of the Dibrugarh holiday packages offered by EaseMyTrip.in.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Koli Aai Than:
A sacred place dedicated to 'Ka Aai', the daughter of the head priest of the `Dibaru Satra'. As per legends, due to lack of a male heir, the Satra started declining but, 'Koli Aai' kept it alive by preaching its ideals and the principles to the masses.
Medieval Memorial Grounds (Maidams):
In and around of Dibrugarh, there are a large number of memorial grounds raised during the regime of the Ahoms. Some of the famous Maidams are Barbarua Maidam, Lekhai Chetia Maidam, Bormechlow Maidam and Bahikhowa Maidam etc.
It is the ruins of famous Satra from the times of King Rajeswar Singha situated along the banks of Dehing River. It has been said that during the famous Moamoria revolution, Dehing Satra received royal support.
Raidangia Dol is located in the Kalakhuwa area of Laruah mauza, under the Barbaruah Dev Block of Assam. Founded in 700 AD by Swargodeo Pramatta Singha, the place was initially dedicated to the worship of Lord Vishnu. Later on, it became famous as Shiva dol. The dol consists of relics of the powerful Ahom Kingdom. There is a large pond located just adjacent to the temple. According to local legends the dol, along with the pond and 200 pura, was given as a dowry when Swargadeo Pramatta Singha married his sister to Raidnogia Barua
Lush Green Tea Estates:
Dibrugarh is known to be the Tea Capital of Assam. So, you must go for a special tour to the lush green tea estates dotted with ancient colonial bungalows. Also, enjoy observing the tea laborers plucking tea leaves, the factories tour and lifestyle of the tea estates.
Dibrugarh has rich flora and fauna in the surrounding wildlife sanctuaries and rainforests. Some of the popular places to explore are Jokai Botanical Garden cum Germplasm Center, Dibru – Saikhowa National Park, Jeypore Rainforest and Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuaries etc.