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Dibru Saikhowa National Park, Tinsukia

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  • Had an awesome day at the Dibru Saikhowa on 1-1-17. The arrangement in the boat was fabulous. Excellent food and great people. Must visit....... 
  • One of the popular tourists attractions in Assam, India. Situated in Tinsukia district. Good approach road and mobile including 4g jio reception is there. Should be taken a big sized umbrella or scree...  more »
  • The only place to see Hoolock Gibbon. Best time esp for bird watching too is Dec-Feb. You can stay in houseboat too or banashree eco camp. 
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  • Awesome place enjoyed a lot at dibru saikhowa tinsukia...
  • National Park famous for wild horse, river dolphins and migratory birds.
  • A unique National Park and core area of Dibru Saikhowa Biosphere Reserve. People here living with frequent flood and have adopted well. Traditional Mishings do still find the area good for living and in fact they were brought in by the then Forest officials as cheap labours. India's important bird and aquatic diversity zone is now in constant conflict with the inhabitants including some non-tribal groups as well.