One of the most important tourist attractions in Baksa district of Assam is Moina Pukhuri. It lies on the northern side of Mushalpur and happens to be the only trekking site in Baksa. It lies along India-Bhutan international border and is located around 3 kms from the plains, on the hills, and one needs to trek to this place as there is no motorway available.
Manas National Park is located nearby and your trip is incomplete without a visit to this place. Animals like leopard, tiger, golden langur, bison, wild buffalo, elephant, wild cat, python, hyena, and fox are found abundantly here. Jungle safaris are also arranged here.
Manas Soushi Khongkhor is situated close to Moina Pukhuri. It is an eco-tourism park that is home to several wild animals and birds and also offers great view of the Bhutan Hills and Pagladai River. Another place that you can visit is Bogamati. It is picnic spot on the mouth of the river named Barnadi.
Private taxis are available to reach Moina Pukhuri.
The best time to visit Moina Pukhuri is winter. Summers are very hot and humid.
The average rainfall it receives during monsoon is 76 mm making winter the ideal time to plan a trip here.