Other Attractions nearby:
Situated approximately 9 km from the town
of Haflong, the town of Jatinga boasts of being an ornithologist’s paradise
between August to November as hordes of migratory birds make this town as their
abode. Catch your feathered friends in their natural environment and habitat.
The Muolhoi Village is the headquarters for
the World Peace Centre for the North east region of India. Primarily boasting
of being Christian, the village is noted for its churches and chapels,
comprising of the local Hmar tribe that account for 30 percent of the
population of the town of Haflong.
Maibang is located on the riverbanks of the
Mahur approximately 53 km from Haflong that once flourished as the capital of
the Kachari Kingdom. At present there are several stone ruins of temples and
houses that stand as a testament to the kingdom that existed.
Situated at 112 km from Haflong, this town
boasts of a huge hydel-power plant that has come up on the Kopili River. Near
the town, there is a hot spring that is said to have medicinal properties in
The Kopili River cascades into a waterfall
rolling over the rocks of the Panimoor here. Panimoor is approximately 120 km
How to get there?
Air: The nearest airport is in the capital of
Assam, Guwahati, which is approximately 368kms from Haflong.
Rail: There are several trains from Guwahati and
Silchar that connect to Haflong spread over the day.
Road: Haflong- Dehangi- Diyungmukh-
Lanka-Nagaon-Guwahati, Haflong- Dehangi- Umrangso- Jowai- Shilong- Guwahati,
Haflong- Jatinga- Harangajao- Silchar, Haflong- Jatinga- Mahur- Maibang-
Lumding- Diphu are some of the most well connected road networks to and from
Experience and touch the rolling clouds in
Haflong which is sure to take your breath away and make you speechless wanting