Located in Assam, Kachch is a unique confluence of mountains, forests and plains. This is a very beautiful tourist spot. Kutch is surrounded by pink hills in north, east and south direction. Its jungle is very beautiful and tourists like it very much. In these jungles, tourists can see the beautiful scenery of wildlife. The headquarters is located in Haflong. Barak river of Kutch is very beautiful. There are small hills on both sides of this river. Tourists can also enjoy exciting trips on these hills. There are also many villages in Kanchak. Walking in these villages is very much like tourists. Tourists can be attracted to the culture of culture here. Bamboo is also found in the verandah. Local residents make beautiful objects from these bamboos. These items are very popular for tourists.
Gowlapara is a green district of Assam. This Brahmaputra is spread over an area of â€‹â€‹approximately 12,818 square kilometers on either side of the river. 24% of the district of Assam is covered with rich forests. The year is the main year in the trees that grow in the forests. The main crop here is paddy. It is a plain area but there are also many small hills. The height of these hills is 100-500m is. The names of these hills are Panchratna, Sri Surjaya, Turkeshwari and Nalanga. Apart from the hills, tourists can also see many rivers here.
The 200-year-old Sibsagar tank is in the center of this historic city. One of the three temples here is Shivodol Temple, Indias highest Shiva temple.
This place in Tezpur is the most visited place in Assam. From here, there is a panoramic view of the Brahmaputra river and Tezpur.
The only hill station of Assam is located at the height of 680 meters from Haflong Sea floor. It is called the mountain of white ants in the main language of Assam. Haflongs language means the mountain of white ants. The hill of Haflong is also known for 2 lakh different types of flowers, including many orchids such as bluewand, rare species of birds, pine apes, pears, pears and oranges. Haflong is sometimes called the house of blue hills. This quiet and small hill station is full of blue hills, rivers and waterfalls, which tourism has not yet touched.