WAVE ECOTOURISM is a non- governmental group expressly formed to promote ecotourism and protect the nature in the eastern most part of India. Its headquarters is at Rangagora, adjacent to the Dibru-Saikhowa National Park and Biosphere Reserve. It was formed in 2007 by a number of nature activists of in the vicinity of Park. Right from its inception Wave Ecotourism is making an all-out effort to promote ecotourism in this areas an industry of international standard. Besides Dibru-Saikhowa , the main spot, it has extended its area of operation to a number of spots in Upper Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. Wave Ecotourism achives great success within a very short span of time. After Dibru-Saikhowa Wave Ecotourism has started their full ecotourism activities at Chundubi lake ok Kamrup District. At present Wave Ecotourism has two eco- camps i.e., Dibru-Saikhowa Eco- Camp and Chandubi Eco-Camp (Kamrup) with food and lodging accommodation
Aren't you enamored of mother earth, of nature, of environment? Can't you see Nature beckoning you? We are sure, you too must have a fervent desire to enjoy the beauty of nature, to render you little but precious service towards conversation of nature. We promise to be with you in you enjoyment of the sheer beauty of Nature, your understanding of nature and preservation of Nature. Aiming at environment preservation and all round development of the society through ecotourism., we at Wave Ecotourism haves elected such spots of Dibru-Saikhowa, West Kamrup Division and the North East India where tourists shall enjoy programmes related to culture and tradition of various ethnic tribes, historical relics and monuments, rich bio-diversity and captivating nature beauty.
The Govt. has recognized Dibru-Saikhowa is a Reserve Forest (1890), a Sanctuary (1986), Important Birds Area (IBA) (2004), a National Park (1999) and a Biosphere Reserve (1997). However, its importance is not confined to that. In fact, Dibru- Saikhowa is endowed with such characteristics features and potential that it is likely to be one of the most important tourist spot in the world one day. It is a National Park on a river island which is the most famous wetland in India. It is the only National Park In India, where eight rivers flowing from various directions have met. On the other hand, many naturalists claim that Dibru- Saikhowa is the second largest river island National Park (340 sq. K.M.) in the world. Many channels from these rivers again intersect one another in the heart of the dense forest of Dibru-Saikhowa, adding o the natural beauty of this National Park. The kalomi Nullah is the main attraction among these channels. Kekjari Tree is the main attraction for all eco-tourists; in Dibru-Saikhowa. We demanding that it is the largest &immortal tree species in the world. The starting point of the Borluit or Brahmaputra proper at the lower part of this National Park which is the confluence of the Dibang, the Siang and the Luhit rivers, is the most attractive place for the tourists. Besides it's flora and fauna, especially Salix tree, Orchids, River Dolphins, Wild Horses, Marsh Babbler, Falcated Teal, Jerdon's Babbler, Black-Breasted Parrot Bill, White Winged Wood Duck, Bengal Florican, Giant Chenga Fish etc.. In fact, Dibru-Saikhowa is a bird watcher's paradise. About 500 species of various migratory and local birds have been sighted here till now as per record. It needs to be mentioned that Dibru-Saikhowa is the only National Park in India which houses wild horses. Another attraction of Dibru-Saikhowa NationalP ark is two forest villages inside the National Park, viz. Laika and Dodhia - of the Mishing Tribe. The ethnic diversity , lifestyle and cultural tradition of other ethnic tribes such as the Mottocks, the Morans, the Sonowal Kacharis and the Nepalis are also quite attractive for interested tourists. Dibru-Saikhowa has immense potential as a flood tour spot since most of the area of this National Park remain under flood water during the rainy season. The number of picnickers that come to dibru-Saikhowa during winter is the highest in Assam. This National Park is situated at a distance of 8 kilometers from Tinsukia - the hub of trade and commercial activities in Upper Assam. The nearest airports are Mohanbari (Dibrugarh) and Nadua (Chabua) - 40 kilometers and 20 kilometers respectively from Tinsukia.
Kamrup Division was declared on 1872 as a forest division of Assam. In the year of 1874 most part of West Kamrup Division was declared by the British as Barduwar and Pantan Reserve Forest. There have six ranges viz., Loharghat, Kulsi, Bamunigaon, Boko, Bandapara and Nagarbera, This division is situated at the Kamrup District (rural) of Assam. It has many attractive spots and in future these spots may be famous as a tourist spots. The Chandubi Lake under Loharghat range has been very famous picnic spot since a long time. This Lake is situated in between the two hill of Assam and Meghalaya. Kulsi River under Kulsi Range is most attractive spots for eco tourists and it bears lot of River Dolphin, Dron River Water Fall (Balwari Water Fall) is the largest water fall in Assam. It can be provide highly satisfaction to any eco-tourists. It is under Boko Range. Kulsi IB has pristine scenic beauty . It is about 150 years old which was mabe by British. Dr. Bhupen Hajarika and many other famous person went to Kulsi for enjoy night stay at a time. It is under Kulsi Range. Ukiam is a very beautiful place under Bamunigaon Range near Meghalaya boarder. Lampi is the only place in Assam where snow-fall is common in December. Lampy is very beautiful hill place. Peoples call it : Mini Shilong, "Moubhander", "Sagun Mela", "Gamena Shil" (Music Stone), "Raja Choki" and many attractive protentialfull tourist spots are located in several range under West Kamrup Division. The Chandubi Eco-Camp of Wave Ecotourism is situated at a distance of 42 K.M. from Borzer Airport of Guwahati.