Dima Hasao district in Assam is a fascinating travel destination which emerges from the heart of the state. Harangajao is a tourist attraction that is located along the border of the Dima Hasao district and is just about a distance of 46 kms from Haflong. The word Harangajao is a popular Dimasa word which means slope of red soil. In the earlier times this place was known as a centre of culture and traditions of Dima Hasao. Today, we know this place as the largest producer of pineapples in the state of Assam. The clear sky above and the lush green forests surrounding the Harangajao make the place eco-friendly. The city dwellers can spend a complete relaxing iholiday n the lap of nature at Harangajao. The abundance of flora and fauna, and the serene environment of Harangajao make it a cradle of nature where one can rejuvenate amidst tranquility.
The different sightseeing locations of the district are spotted with unique features and attractions making each one of them worth visiting. On your visit to Harangajao you will see the beautiful Jatinga River that flows through the place bisecting the land into two parts. There are many such small remote areas in the district that gives us a close view of the people living here. The other must visit places nearby include Panimoor, Mahur, Garampani and Thuruk.
Haflong in Dima Hasao district is well connected to all the major cities and the Harangajao Village can be easily reached from Haflong by hiring a private car or taxi.
The autos at Dima Hasao main town also take you to this village in no time.
The months of October to March are the best time to plan vacations here when the weather is apt for sightseeing.