Ecotourism Homestay Assam, Homestay Assam, Tribes of Assam, Festivals of Assam

India’s North East has a vast Tourism potential and this can be seen once you travel across the remote places of the region. One perfect example of this is the Faneng Village near Lekhapani, Assam. The state of Assam is the pride of the North East. A land of majestic landscapes and warm hearted people the beauty of this state can be quoted from the words of Swami Vivekananda “next only to Kashmir, Assam is the most beautiful place in India.”

Its good to know that locals have realized the tourism potential of the state and are now initiating the upliftment of eco-tourism sector in the state. The Tai-Phake community of Faneng Village without any form of help from the government has transformed the remote and jungle village into a spot of attraction for home and foreign tourists. Faneng, one of the seven Tai-Phake villages in Tinsukia district situated in the Tirap Mouza has a large Buddha temple, Trekking, Fishing and River Boating facilities. Stay for tourists is arranged at the tourist center at the village which the villagers have constructed. Its a majestic 158 square feet traditional center thats made up of bamboo and ‘tokou’ leaves. There are a total of six rooms to accomodate the guests. During their stay tourists are offered tradional cuisine thats served by the women folk of the village.

To reach the village you need to cross the Tirap River by a small country boat which marks the beginning of your adventure at Faneng. Modern amenities are hard to find which is covered up by the love of the village folk. There are no security problems for the tourists as the villager’s themselves provide security to them. It would be worth mentioning that without visiting the village it cannot be imagined what is being done by these poor and remote villagers for the upliftment of Ecotourism in the state.

Jungleideas welcomes you to witness Ecotourism in North East India at Faneng Village, the State of Assam, Incredible India!

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The Faneng Eco Tourism Village

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The Country Boat at Faneng Village

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Tribal Homes of Tai Phake Tribe

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Ecotourism Homestays in Assam

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The Farms at the Lush Countryside of Faneng Village in Assam

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The Buddhist Monastery at Faneng Village

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Ecotourism Homestays in Assam

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Tribal Home of the Tai Phake tribes of Faneng Village

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A bamboo bridge across River Tirap that serves as mode of communication from the Village

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The River Tirap that flows across the Faneng Village in Assam

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The Lush Countryside of Faneng Village in Assam

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Ecotourism Homestays in Assam

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