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Songkalwari Fish Sanctuary

The pioneering fish sanctuary is located in village Rombagre in West Garo Hills. Created in river Simsang, the sanctuary covers an area of 0.1 hectare and is also known as Rombagre Fish Sanctuary. The sanctuary cultures number of indigenous breeds of fish in the natural water body. Helping to grow the population of fish, the …

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Resubelpara

Located at a distance of 15 Kms from Dudhnoi in Assam, this place has a nicely maintained natural hot water spring with scenic green surroundings.

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Naka – Chikong

15 Km from Dhupdhara in Assam, Naka Chikong is quite famous for its huge mythological rock with deep hollows in the middle of the Ildek river in Badaka village.

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Sisobibra

The historic place where legendry Garo hero Togan Sangma alongwith his co-patriot Gilsang Deblot took their last breadth while resisting intrusion of the British forces. To commemorate the sacrifice of the two Garo legends a memorial has been erected. Located at a distance of 12 Km from Williamnagar, Sisobibra is also rich in scenic beauty …

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Nongalbibra

Located near the confluence of the river Nongal and Simsang, Nongalbibra is famous for its coal deposit apart from its panoramic scenic beauties. Nongalbibra is 22 Km from Williamnagar.

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Mokma Waterfall

“Dare” in local parlance means Waterfall. Located at Mejolgre village in close proximity to district headquarter Williamnagar, offers a mesmerizing scenic beauty when it is at its best. The “dare” in the midst of lush green forest is at its best during and just after monsoon. The water released from a great height creates a …

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Rongbong Waterfall

Nearly 25 Km from Tura alongside Tura – Williamnagar Road, the Rongbong waterfall can be viewed from roadside. For motorist, the view of the fall from cars blended with mild drives along the hilly terrain of Garo hills makes the landscape memorable for lifetime. But to actually know the beauty of the waterfall you need …

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Tasek Lake

Concomitant to great earthquake of 1897, this lake was formed by River Damsing. It is believed that this lake is a habitat of huge water serpent called Sangkhini by the locals. Located in Napak village under Songsak block has now been introduced as an ideal picnic spot or a camping site. Though deep, the clear …

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