Cheerful and clement city of Dibrugarh also regarded as Assam’s original tea city is one of the most sought after tourist destination of North East India with unique culmination of religious and spiritual Flavour, and also get the opportunity to enhance cultural knowledge and experience the beautiful heritage and landscapes of the place ranging from the ecstasies of the tea estates and their heritage to wildlife and culture. After Guwahati and Tezpur it is one of the most important transit points in the state of Assam. Dibrugarh offers tourists a wide array of accommodation options to select from. There are some high end hotels and a plenty of budget places to stay in the district.
Some of the finest Assam Tea can be found in Dibrugarh that is renowned across the globe. Set midst miles and miles of tea estates, Dibrugarh offers the opportunity to experience a life in tea estates. Tea tourism has also started becoming popular among the domestic and international tourists. Few of the worth watching sightseeing spots for tourists are Jokai Botanical Garden which comprises of rare species of flora and fauna, approximately 12 kms from the town also has orchids, medicinal plants and aromatic plants even you can take elephant rides and experience migratory birds and boat rides in the Jokai reserve forest, Dehing Namti Satra – situated in the banks of Disang river has great cultural and historical significance, Jeypore Rainforest (one of very few wildlife reserves on earth home to seven wildcat species including Royal Bengal tiger, clouded leopard, common leopard, golden cat and marbled cat), Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuaries is a famous place for bird watching as well as wild buffalos, wild horse and langurs, relics of Ahom Kingdom can be witnessed in the Raidonga Dol. Dinjoy Satra is famous for historical importance through art, folklore and Assamese culture, you can also visit the Shrikshetra Dhaam, Lord Jagannath Temple which is the replica of the Lord Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odisha.
Daily bus services are available to Guwahati, Jorhat, Tezpur, Lakhimpur, Digboi, Kohima etc as well as privately operated taxi and cab services. Dibrugarh Airport is one of the oldest airports in eastern India and also the easternmost civilian airport of the country having well established air connectivity with Delhi, Kolkata and Guwahati. Dibrugarh has two railway stations - the historic Dibrugarh Town station(DBRT), which is the first railway station in the entire North - East India and the newly built Dibrugarh station (DBRG).Train services operate across to different parts of the nation.