The Dibru-Saikhowa National Park lies in Dibrugarh and
Tinsukia District. It is 13-km from Tinsukia town, which is 483-km from
Guwahati. The park covers an area of about
340-sq-kms. Of the seven parts of the park one part is a wetland and the
rest of the part is mainly covered with grasslands and dense forests.
The main attractions of Dibru-Saikhowa National Park are the Semi-wild horses (Feral) and the white-winged Wood Duck. Other animals are Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Elephant, Sambhar, Slow Loris, Asiatic Buffalos, Capped Langur, Gangetic Dolphin, Indian Wild Dog, etc. More than 250 varieties of local and migratory birds are also found here.
Road: Regular bus service is available from the Tinsukia town, which is situated at a distance of 483-km from Guwahati.
There is an Inspection Bungalow at Guijan. There is also enough space for tented accommodation. Private hotels and forest Inspection Bungalow at Tinsukia town also provide comfortable accommodation.