The district of Karbi Anglong has some mesmerising tourist spots, and one of the main spots is Amreng, a river cape, which is about 120 km away from the town of Diphu and 30 km away from Lanka. This picturesque spot is situated in between the river Kapili, one of the most celebrated rivers of Assam, and its tributary, a river which is also called Amreng. The tourist spot is bordered on all sides with lush evergreen forests, and magnificent blue color water. There is a tourist lodge in the area, on the river bank. However, like other tourist spots of Karbi Anglong district, the real potential of this place is yet to be tapped, and many of the infrastructure of the tourism industry needs to be developed.
Amreng referred to as Panimoor or Koka hills in the tourists maps, and all three are different names for the same place, really. It is also well known for its mesmerizing scenic beauty, and thus, nature lovers flock to this place. Photographers interested in nature photography would also like to travel to this place to capture the beauty of the place.
The district of Karbi Anglong is well connected with the city of Guwahati through road. From Guwahati, you have to travel to Diphu by road and then go to Amreng. The closest airport from the cape, is the Dimapur airport which has local transport facilities. In the district of Karbi Anglong, there are a few railway stations, such as one in Diphu.
The best time to visit Amreng is between November and March, when the weather remains cold, and mainly dry. However, barring a few months of late summer and monsoon, the place can be visited at any time of the year, as the weather more or less remains comfortable during the rest of the year.