The Karbi Anglong district can be described as the heart of Assam, India. The enchanting hills district with its diverse and rare flora and fauna has remained largely untouched and untapped. The dense forests, waterfalls, rivers and streams are interspersed with flat paddy fields and green hills.
It may be mentioned here that the naturally elegant Karbi Anglong can also be defined as a museum or home of aboriginal ethnic tribes and races like the Karbi, Dimasa, Bodo, Assamese, Tiwa, Garo, Kuki, Hmar, Mantai, Khasi, Adivasi, Rengma and Nepali.
As a part of the unique effort initiated in tourism by the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC), a luxurious ethnic village has been established at Kohora, Karbi Anglong near the Kaziranga National Park (KNP). With an aim to showcase the ethnic groups of Karbi Anglong, altogether 12 luxury huts on particular ethnic patterns like Rengma, Karbi, Kuki, Dimasa, Adivasi, Mantai, Khasia, Nepali, Tiwa, Bodo, Assamses and Garo.