Located by the banks of Brahmaputra, Dibrugarh is India’s original tea city. Spread over an area of 66 sq.km, this city is the perfect destination to unwind yourself. The lush and fecund tea gardens spread all across the town are bemusing. The lush green tea gardens seem never-ending with their vast expanse. Dibrugarh acts as the perfect gateway to Assam’s tea districts. Dibrugarh, Tinsukia and Sivasagar accounts for 50 per cent of Assam’s tea crop. Perhaps, this is the reason Dibrugarh has rightly earned the sobriquet as the tea city of the country.
Visitors can make a two-three day trip to admire the beautiful tea city.
While visiting the town visitors can take great pleasures in exploring the city be it a village walk, watching the lives of tea planters at close or bird watching in a reserve forest. One can go for a tea holiday with the picturesque of emerald green tea estates that stretches as far as your eyes can see.
Heritage Tea Bungalows, Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary, Tai Phake Eco Tourism Camp, Jokai Botanical, Jeypore Rainforest, Dr. John Berry White Memorial and Assam Medical College, Lord Jagannath Temple, Raidongia Doul, Bogibeel Bridge and Barbaruah Maidam, Radha Krishna Mandir.
This city also serves as a comfortable base for your expeditions to the districts of Tinsukia, Sivasagar and the Dibru Saikhowa National Park.
Dibrugarh is open to visitors all year long but the best time to visit this destination is considered from October-March.
Dibrugarh is well known as the “Tea City of India”.
Dibrugarh offers varieties of elegantly furnished hotels that are equipped with handy amenities. Visitors can book their stay at any hotel of their choice, whether it be a luxury or a budget friendly one.