Batha beel is located about 16 kms away from Mangaldai. This place is ideal for bird watching where you get to see many species of birds, some of which are even migratory birds. The bird lovers are sure to fall in love with this spot and the plethora of alluring natural sites around. The historical background of the district has made it a popular travel destination; during 1615 AD the district was taken over by the Koch rulers from Bhuyans. During this period many ponds and beels were created in this place. Many large ponds were also found during the British period and after independence. You can spot many such historical beels and ponds in the Darrang district which exist even today.
Tourists also visit Orang National Park, which is located in this district along with many other places of interests. The Batha beel located near Hazarikapara in Sipajhar also facilitates the tourists in exploring this town as well which has a number of attractions for them. The district has many other ponds which add to its beauty like the Pukhuria beel, Baladev Pukhuri and the Jaypal Pukhuri and can be reached within few minutes if you are travelling in a private car or taxi. The water of these ponds is crystal clear and you will also find different varieties of fishes in the water body.
The transportation and accommodation facilities available in the district have also facilitated the growth of the tourism industry. Sipajhar is one the main towns in the district of Darrang and rental cars are available from here to reach Batha Beel.
Tourist buses can also be hired from the town of Darrang for the local sightseeing purposes.
The months of October to March are considered ideal to plan holidays here.