Kakochang waterfall is located about 13 km from the Bokakhat, a place in the Jorhat Region of Assam. Situated between the Kaziranga National Park and Bokakhat, it is a prominent local eat-outside picnic spot. It is around 30 km from Kaziranga and an hour drive of scenic beauty. It is a well known tourist attraction and picnic spot for locals near Kaziranga.
The remains of the historical Numaligarh can also be viewed from this place. One has to hike for a kilometer for 10-15 minutes to reach here. Carrying slippers is a good option as, you will have to walk through several streams and shoes will get wet. Also carry towel etc. if want to take a dip in the falls.
The water is chilled and refreshing in this calm place. Local villagers sell pineapple; bamboo, chicken etc. close by. It is also known as Kaipholangso Falls and Kakojan locally. An ideal time to visit the Kakochang waterfalls is during the post-monsoon months, when due to the heavy rainfall the waterfall plummets with abundant water. Hence, the best time to visit is between the months of October to March.
The location has good connectivity of roads and well connected with major districts of Assam. There are many private and public state governments owned bus services are available from Guwahati to Bokakhat that run at regular intervals. Before starting the Kakochang hike please make sure that you have taken foods properly. It is only because there are no food spot on the way. It is always advisable to carry light snack and snacks.