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Plant Hunter’s Expedition Jia Bhoroli

 

Total distance = 7 KM
Total area = 670 hectares
Time required = 5 hours with Bicycle

 

JIA BHOROLI RIVER

HIDDEN TREASURES

Enjoy a timeless journey and not just the destination on a slow cycling and walking plant hunter’s expedition in the Eastern Himalayas. From the verdant forests of the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark in residence at Wild Mahseer and lush green landscapes to the paradise of avian and the crystal clear water of the Jia Bhoroli river, you will see more if you go out explore these on your own feet and two wheels.

 

Endemic Flora & Fauna

Rare Birds

Indigenous Communities & people

Heritage Temple

Mecca of serene activities

Tree Hugging

Yoga Assamica

Jungle Bathing

Greenspaces for picnic

Wellness & Well-being

  • Cultivates inner tranquility
  • Boosts mental health
  • Reduces anger, fear and stress
  • Increases pleasant feelings
  • Improves blood pressure
  • Helps fight depression

 

Explore the untouched Eastern Himalayas

Meandering through the green pastures

Cross remote meadows and pedal through villages, where you engage with the Nepali community living in harmony with nature. They worship different trees like Aegle Marmelos, Ficus Rumphii, Euphorbia, Ocimum, Tenuiflorum, Neolamarkia Cadamba, etc and help in conservation of plants through ritual beliefs

Paradise of Avian

The magnetism of this trail is its incredible avian diversity. Birds like the blue throated barbet, common myna, spotted dove, rufous treepie and more adorn the landscape enhancing its natural beauty

Picnic Trees & River Banks

Legends and local stories

Discover the legend of the small water fountain and of a hunter turned devotee, who was once destroying the verdant Sapori. A spiritual intervention and many years later, he is now conserving all the species in the region. The Nepali Sapori Goddess Durga temple is a sacred temple with a natural history and the locals believe in its power to fulfill wishes. Under a picnic tree at the Sapori village or by the banks of the majestic river embrace the quiet solitude as you tuck into the lap of nature gifted with scenic peaks and forest range that remains untouched by urbanization. A wonderful way to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and see the more rural side of the region

Safety & Enjoyment

  • Stay on the path
  • Take nothing but photographs
  • Be as quiet as possible
  • Enjoy the simplicity and ambience of the rural life

220 KM from Guwahati Airport
18 KM from Tezpur Airport

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