Day 13: DIBRUGARH – Namphake 60 km / 1 hr 45 mins – Digboi 50 kms / 1 ½ hrs – DIBRUGARH 87 km / 2 ½ hrs
Today morning take a Tea Walk in the nearby tea plantations. Post breakfast drive to Namphake - a beautiful ‘Tai’ village situated on the banks of the river Buridihing in Upper Assam. The Tai-Phakes are Buddhists, who have maintained their traditions and customs, and wear hand woven clothes. At Namphake one can see traditional houses built on stilts made of bamboo. Their roofs are made of ‘tokou pata’ (fan palm leaves). They weave beautiful mekhlas and bags of various designs. Then move on to Digboi, the first oil town of South Asia. See the Oil Museum, the 2nd WW cemetery & the Centenary Park. Be back in Dibrugarh by late evening.