Places around Nagaon with water

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1/3 Places to Visit in Nagaon with water
Chapnalla Falls
28 kms from Nagaon city limits

Chapanalla Falls is one of the best picnic spots situated in the state of Assam. The falls is around 28 kms from the Nagaon city centre.

Also known as Champawati Kunda, Chapanalla falls is a waterfall located in Chapanalla town. The Champawati Kunda is located in the dense premises of Laokhowa Wild Life Sanctuary. Apart from flora and fauna found in the area, migratory birds also find favour in this area during the winter season. The waterfall is an excellent and peaceful waterfall and is an astounding vacation destination in the region of Nagaon.

Visitors can ideally s...

2/3 Places to Visit in Nagaon with water
Marar Park, Nagaon
Within Nagaon city limits

Situated on MG Road, at a distance of 1. 5 Kms from the center, one can reach the Marar Park in under 10 minutes via the AT and MG Road. Marar Park is the only proper park in the city of Nagaon bringing in the essential need for place to hangout and revitalise oneself.

Spread in a small area, the Marar Park is very common hangout place in the whole of the city providing a much needed break from the monotonous life and being a haven for children. Reaching the park, one is welcomed with a gated entry with large fonts stating the name of the park, upon entering one can find a much gre...

3/3 Places to Visit in Nagaon with water

Facing the Samaguri Lake Tourism Project, the Rockland Park is located in Samaguri Grant falling around 24 Kms from Nagaon, it can be reached in around 45 minutes via the AT Road and NH 127. Falling under Nagaon District, the Rockland Park serves as the only recreational park in the city of Samaguri.

The location of Rockland Park serves as one of the highlights of the park as it faces the beautifully carved Samaguri Lake Tourism Project, the project has cabin houses all along the water body providing for a breathtaking view from within. Rockland Park itself is quite a package for c...