Here are the top 6 tourist attractions to see in Dhemaji:

1. Malinithan

3.5 /5

25 km
from city center
1 out of 6
places to visit in Dhemaji

As if pulled out right from the pages of history books, Malini Than of Dhemaji is a site of ancient temple ruins. It is located at the foot of the Siang hills of Assam. A favorite among history buffs and archaeologists, this site has many relics within its ruins. This site holds great religious importance for locals and is also a popular tourist spot.

2. Gerukamukh

3.0 /5

30 km
from city center
2 out of 6
places to visit in Dhemaji

It is located at a distance of about 44km . At Gerukamukh Sobansiri, the largest tributary of Brahmaputra touches the plains from the hills due to which Gerukamukh is considered one of the most beautiful picnic spots located in the north-west direction.

3. Ghugulani

3.0 /5

78 km
from city center
3 out of 6
places to visit in Dhemaji

It is historically believed that at this place Bamuni Konwar, the son of then Ahom King Tyao Khamti was born. The Dol (Temple) Was built in the memory of Bamuni Konwar's mother Ghuguhi and is at a distance of 17 km in south west of Dhemaji.

4. Bardoibum-Beelmukh Wildlife Sanctuary

3.0 /5

29 km
from city center
4 out of 6
places to visit in Dhemaji

In 1996 Dhemaji district became home to the Bardoibum-Beelmukh Wildlife Sanctuary, which has an area of 11 km2 . It shares the park with Lakhimpur district.

5. Angling and fishing

3.0 /5

27 km
from city center
5 out of 6
places to visit in Dhemaji

At Gerukamukh Sobansiri is a distributary of the Brahmaputra touching the plains from the hills. This makes the spot awash with nature's beauty and astonishing sights and sounds and it is a haven for activities like angling and fishing.

6. Maa Manipuri Than

3.0 /5

1 km
from city center
6 out of 6
places to visit in Dhemaji

This Than is at a distance of 25 km in the south west direction of Dhemaji and was established by the then Ahom King and Gourinath Singha as a monument of help by the Manipuries in controlling Mua-Mariah renaissance during the later period of Ahom reign. The site is frequented by a large number of devotees and pilgrims throughout the year.

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