Jeypore Rainforest covers a huge area and it takes a lot of time in exploring even the areas where where tourists usually go. It comes under world heritage of evergreen rain forest and it rains almost all throughout the year.
The serene surrounding and natural beauty of the place make it a more unique location. This village is home for many Tai Phakey families who reside here. The river Burhidihing flows along this village. There is a beautiful Buddhist monastery located in the Namphake Village.
The Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary has three parts and they are Dirok rainforest, upper Dihing River, and Jeypore. It got the sanctuary status in the year 2004. It also happens to be a part of the Dehing-Patkai Elephant Reserve.
Dibrugarh is considered as a paradise for the nature lovers. The Barbarua Maidam is one of the famous tourist places located about 14 kms away from the Dibrugarh. There are two main graveyards here that were constructed in order to honor the two well known officials of the Ahom Dynasty.