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Best Spots to Visit In Tinsukia

Tinsukia has many more attractions and those are mainly tea plantations in various parts of the land. You will love your stay here, as you will be amidst lush greenery through out your vacation. You will not be doing much of a trekking but you will be surrounded by rich greenery all around, which will elevate your spirits and rejuvenate your soul.

Bell Temple

Bell Temple, famously referred to as Tilinga Mandir, is dedicated to god Shiva. Situated 17 km from Tinsukia, the temple draws devotees in great numbers. It is believed that tying bells in banyan tree would help in having one’s wishes fulfilled.

Na-Pukhuri

Na-Pukhuri is situated on the southeast of Tinsukia. It is a group of nine ponds. This pond stands proof of the rich history of the place being an historical monument constructed by King Sarbananda Singha. The pond in the center among Na-Pukhuri’s nine ponds covers 11.75 acres. It is rightly referred to as lake since the huge pond is filled with natural water. The tiled pathway and jogging pathway encourage you to give your body some exercise. Playing equipments are also available here.

Lekhapani

The historically famous Stilwell Road starts from Lekhapani. Situated on the foothills of Patkai and on the borders of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, the place is frequented by history lovers and nature lovers.

Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary

Covering an area of 111.19 sq. km of land, Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the leading attractions in Tinsukia. Some of the wild animals you find here include tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, Himalayan black bear, Assamese macaque, Chinese pangolin, slow Loris, flying fox and barking deer. The sanctuary is home to a wide range of birds including white winged wood duct, white cheeked hill partridge, white-backed vulture, wreathed hornbill and green imperial pigeon. King cobra, monitor lizard and Asian life turtle are seen here.

Lakhipathar

Nature lovers will love the visit to Lakhipathar. With dense bamboo forests surrounding the village, the view it offers is amazing. While you are here, do not miss visiting Lakhipathar Reserve Forest.

Bardubi

Bardubi, meaning ‘big depression’ is situated 12 km away from Tinsukia. The village is one of the favorite picnic spots as it is surrounded by snow-clad mountains.

Rukmini Island

Covering an area of 3.25 sq. kilometer, Rukmini Island is situated on the mighty River Brahmaputra. The island attracts local and migratory birds to great extent. You would love the stroll on the long sandy beaches. Sports activities available here include parasailing.

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