Champawati Kunda which is also known as Chapnalla Falls is located in Chapanala in the Nagaon district of the northeastern state of Assam in India. The distance from the Nagaon district to Champawati Kunda or Chanpnalla Falls is approximately 16 kilometre which is around one hour drive. Champawati waterfalls is a must-visit tourist destination of the Nagaon district of Assam. It is a beautiful and wonderful waterfalls where a number of tourists are attracted especially during a peak season time. The waterfall adds to the beauty of the already picturesque landscape of the state and makes it one of the most amazing places to visit. Many locals’ visits this place as it is one of the great picnic spot where people can spend a great time along with friends and family. It is also a place where people can visit during weekends and enjoy leisure time, the waterfall and Tea Gardens around with birds of different species are lovely to watch. There is a weekly market (Bazaar) on Sunday with tradition and a local product is added attraction of the place. There are other popular places of tourist attraction in and around Nagaon district like Laokhowa Wildlife Sanctuary it is a place for nature, wildlife lover and adventure lover, another place of tourist attraction is like Samaguri Beel which is also popularly known as Pokhi Tirth where a number of variety of migratory birds can be seen in the beautiful lake and the Polhi Tirth is also known as Bird Pilgrimage. One can visit the Champawati Kunda throughout the year but the best time to visit is during the winter season which normally starts from October to February. Since the road is very well connected to most of the major cities of Assam hence one can travel by bus or taxis or any other mode of transportation from nearby towns.