Top Tourist Attractions in West Karbi Anglong
West Karbi Anglong
The Karbi Anglong district is one of Assam’s 34 administrative districts. Diphu is the district’s administrative headquarters. According to the Sixth Schedule of the Indian Constitution, the district is administered by the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council.
Best Places to Visit in West Karbi Anglong
- KOKA FALLS AT PANIMUR
- AMRENG TOURIST CENTRE
- KHANDULI TOURIST CENTRE
- KOHORA TOURIST RESORT
- UMWANG TOURIST CENTRE
- TREKKING EXPEDITIONS
Shikdamakha village (One of the Cleanest villages of Assam):
Shikdamakha is a picturesque village situated in the Umswai Valley of West Karbi Anglong District.
The community has already established itself as an example of cleanliness and aesthetics.
It is 35 kilometres from the Guwahati-Kaziranga Highway’s Nellie junction and less than 100 kilometres from the capital city. With a population of 480 people, the hamlet has an 85.90 percent literacy rate.
Koka Picnic Spot:
Koka is a town in Assam’s West Karbi Anglong district. Koka picnic area is one of Assam’s most beautiful but little-known destinations. It’s around 30 kilometres from Lanka town and 110 kilometres from Diphu. The hills and natural beauty are well-known. It is a photographer’s dream come true for nature enthusiasts and photographers interested in nature photography.
Amreng Tourist Centre:
Amreng is 80 kilometres from Hamren and 30 kilometres from Lanka town. Amreng is a river cape located between the Kapili River and its branch, the Amreng River, and is known for its distinctive natural beauty. It is surrounded by mystic blue hills and evergreen forest. Panimur, Koka Hills, and Amreng are various names for the same region on tourist maps.
Best Time to Visit in West Karbi Anglong
How to Reach West Karbi Anglong
By road, the district headquarters is well linked. From the district headquarters, Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council Transport buses travel at regular intervals to destinations like Guwahati, Diphu, and Hojai. From Hamren to Nagaon, one ASTC (Assam State Transport Corporation) bus operates. In addition, a Meghalaya Transport bus connects Hamren and Jowai on a regular basis.
The district does not have a railway station. The nearest train station is at Hojai, which is 48 kilometres from Hamren. Buses and rental automobiles are accessible from Hojai.
The district does not have an airport. Guwahati’s Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is the closest airport.