Dibru Saikhowa National park, a biosphere reserve is located in Assam State nearby Tinsukia town. Brahmaputra, Lohit and Dibru rivers make boundaries of national park. Due to these rivers, the reserve park has rich varieties of fish. Situated in the flood plains of Brahmaputra, Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is a complex of wetlands, grasslands, semi-evergreen forests and swamps.
Rare species like White-winged wood duck, Feral Horses, capped langur, tiger, Hoolock Gibbon, Gangetic River Dolphin and the Wild Buffalo are well conserved within the reserve park.
Boat ride is the best way to see the park, although walking is also allowed in some parts of the park but you need to accompany a guide. Park is open throughout the year but best time to visit is from Nov to March. Tourists need to take permission for entry into the park at Tinsukia.
Guijan Ghatand Saikhowa ghat are the two entry points into the park. Dibrugarh is the nearest airport while Tinsukia is the nearest major town. Eco lodges are available to facilitate the tourists visiting this national park.