Assam is one of the states in the North East region of India. The state is covered with greenery and various stunning and serene spots to watch that gives pleasure to the viewer’s eyes. One such stunning spot is the “Kakochang Waterfall.” It is also a well-known tourist attraction/picnic spot near the Kaziranga National Park. The remains of the historical Numaligarh can also be viewed from this place. The waterfall is located about 13 km from the Bokakhat, a place located in the Golaghat district of Assam. Situated between the Kaziranga National Park and Bokakhat, it is a prominent local eat-outside picnic spot. Few of the famous attractions nearby this waterfall are ruins of Numaligarh, ruins of Deoparbat or Deopahar, landscapes of tea, coffee, and rubber farms.
It is also called as Kakojan is a really beautiful waterfall located amidst maiden and unexplored nature’s gift. Topographically it comes under Karbi Anglong district of Assam. But this waterfall is easily accessible from Bokakhat. The waterfall base is around 12 to 14 kilometers from Bokakhat and the trek of approx 04 kilometer would take you to the waterfall base.