Famed as the 'Tea City of India', the quaint town of Dibrugarh, around 140 km from Jorhat, is slowly emerging as a popular tourist attraction of Assam. Walking through lush green British-era tea gardens ranks as the best experience one can take in Dibrugarh. The Jokai Botanical Garden cum Germplasm center attracts nature lovers with some of its rare and endangered species of plants. You can also visit the beautiful white temple of Radha Krishna in Jalan Nagar to soak in spirituality. However, the most popular temple in the town is the Jagannath Temple, which is a replica of the famous temple of Lord Jagannath in Puri, Odisha. Nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts can head to the Dibru Saikhowa National Park, which is one of the world's 19 biodiveristy hotspots. Started with an aim to preserve the rare white-winged wood duck, the park is also famous as the habitat of some rare creatures like capped langoors and water buffaloes.

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