Champawati Kunda, Assam

Champawati Kunda or the Chapnalla Falls is located in the Nagaon district of Assam, a North East state of India. Assam is a picturesque state and is known for its popular pilgrimage sites, hilly regions, beautiful terrain, forests with wide variety of flora and fauna, mighty rivers, waterfalls and tea vegetation.

The state is full of various natural phenomenon. One such is the Champawati Kunda. This spectacular waterfall is a marvellous tourist attraction in the district of Nagaon. It is near to the historic place of Kaliabor. The waterfall is located in the Laokhowa Wildlife Sanctuary. Apart from wide range of flora and fauna, migratory birds also find it suitable to nestle during the winters. The first thing to notice while visiting to the Champawati Kunda is the serene and mystical waterfall. This may bring one close to the nature. The place is a popular picnic spot and attracts huge crowd in the months of October – February. That time is most favourable to visit as post monsoon the rivers are filled and the waterfall can be sighted at its best. There are some nearby places which can be explored while visiting Champawati Kunda. They are Kaliabor, Agnigarh Temple, Da – Parbatia, Mahabhairav Temple and the Laokhowa Wildlife Sanctuary.

Best Time to Visit

October to February

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