Assam: New Eco-Tourism Park Inaugurated In Dima Hasao

The Panimur waterfall is one of the most visited tourist spots in Assam. It is also considered a sacred place for the people of the Dimasa tribe.

The North Cachar Hills Autonomous Council chief executive member, Debolal Gorlosa on Sunday, formally inaugurated the Panimur Eco-Tourism Park on Sunday in Assam. The newly inaugurated park will be a new tourist attraction.

The eco-tourism park is situated near the Panimur waterfalls in Dima Hasao district about 200 km from Guwahati and 150 km from district headquarters in Haflong.

Mr. Gorlosa also inaugurated a newly built improved road up to the waterfall as well as a renovated temple. Other NC Hills Autonomous Council members were also present for the occasion along with a large public gathering.

The project was undertaken under a special package of MoS, costing around ₹16 crores. Mr. Gorsola, speaking at the event said that currently there were 40 rooms to provide accommodation for guests but more would be added soon.

The Panimur waterfall is one of the most visited tourist spots in Assam. It is also considered a sacred place for the people of the Dimasa tribe.

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