Once of the most hostile terrain for the messengers of the excellent news, today welcomes people from world over with open arms. At present it has rising area of Catholics.
An apt place for all those who love adventure among the wild. The vegetation of Khonsa has all - tigers, leopards, jackals, wild boars, bears, barking deer and various varieties of rodents. Nothing much of a historical this small village welcomes you with a nature and excitement lover point of view. If you are one such individual, this place is for you.
It’s a little township in a valley which is surrounded by Himalayas great you understand the instant one arrives here. Away from the shopping malls and pools, it takes out all the hidden artistry in you. Now you resolve find to observe all those effects which you would have thought of appropriate to a hill station - The lush greenery, the beauty of the wild and the mountain scenery. As well there are those attractive exotic orchids one would run for. It’s a whole new fact.
The course House, is supposed to be the most brilliant place out here to resolve down. If you book a room here, you force locate the staff dressed in white colors with their attractive hats friendly. Moreover what superior might have been than a cup of hot Assamese tea as welcome drink? Soon after the breakfast head to see the town.
Little people occupied in their chores - receiving water from deep streams and cooking food on the firewood might be seen all the way to Khonsa Museum. While not especially attractive from the exterior, it has inside charms of a whole position of an era gone by the way of display of artifacts and colorful hand looms.
After taking a round of the Museum head for the Kheti and Lajo Village, inhabited by Nocte and Wanchoo Tribes. Now you will find a picture of the life of days gone by. Easy people satisfied with their old ways of living like receiving water from the streams down below and cooking food over firewood can be seen here. While they didn't recognize much of English or Hindi, you can obtain a number of photographs with them.
Chief for Namdapha National Park(131 km). Contain your lunch at the The Forest Lodge in the National Park and then set a foot for a face to face with the wild animals. Stay your cameras prepared to take photographs of the Hornbill, Hoolock Gibbon, Clouded leopard, Snow Leopard, Bengal Florican and the wood duck. While the sun was setting by we went back past the Nodehing River which current at one side of the Park. (Take a short break by sitting by the surface of the river enjoys the music of the flowing water).