8 most unsafe places near Assam one must not visit

Manas National Park: Parts of this UNESCO World Heritage Site have been affected by insurgency, making it unsafe for tourists.

Dibru-Saikhowa National Park: This park is known for its biodiversity, but it’s also home to wildlife, including tigers and elephants, which can pose dangers to tourists.

Karbi Anglong: This district has witnessed ethnic conflicts, and some areas may not be safe for tourists.

Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR): Certain areas in BTR have seen clashes in the past, so it’s important to stay updated on the current situation before visiting.

Tinsukia District: This region has had security issues related to insurgency, so travelers should exercise caution.

Dima Hasao: It has seen ethnic tensions, and some areas may be unsafe for tourists.

Border areas: Avoid traveling too close to the India-Myanmar or India-Bangladesh borders, as these regions may have security concerns.

Flood-prone areas: During the monsoon season, parts of Assam are prone to flooding, so it’s important to check weather and flood alerts before visiting.