Assam Tourism

Assam Tourism

North-East, the most visited tourist destination. Although one large emerald, North East comprises seven states - Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura, and Manipur. All these states come together to make North-East region of India. There are various eco-friendliest travel locations and other destinations to explore as well as you can experience the spiritual energy of the most serene Buddhist monasteries.

These states are considered the Seven Sisters of India. Discover the stunning beauty of these states and also its hill towns that are still unexplored. Undoubtedly, North-East region has many things to offer.We ensure that each state has its own charm, culture and traditions as well as many surprising things. North east region is scattered with dense forests and mountains and surrounded by Bangladesh, Bhutan, Tibet, and Myanmar. From rugged exquisiteness, wide-ranging backdrops, and magnificent weather to tribal cultures- all things will surely take your breath away.

In addition, the northeastern part is widely recognized for its extensive species of orchidsthat contribute to around 70% of the worlds' orchids. Discover some of the best and intriguing national parks, hilly terrain and so on during your tour. Rest assured that you will have a memorable experience.

Let’s discuss those fascinating places that will be covered in your North East tour package and you can decide as per your wish. Start planning your holiday and choose a customized package offered by professional tour operators available here.

When it comes to the climate of North-east India, it varies with different states so it depends on your to-do list. You can choose the appropriate season to visit any of the North East holiday destinations. However, it remains pleasant due to mild and heavy rainfall. It blossoms with every season and has something to offer. All you need to choose the best Northeast holiday packages that best suit your needs and budget range.

By Air-The North-East part of India is well connected to other states by Air. Kolkata connects to Manipur, Assam, Nagaland and Tripura directly. From other states, look for the connected flight. The Silchar Airport, Dibrugarh Airport and LokpriyaGopinathBordoloi International Airport in Guwahati are the most linked airports in the region.

By Road-It is the best way to connect to the Northeast states. You can reach some of the more unreachable regions in this area. National Highways like 31, 37, 38 and 40 link Assam to the rest of the country.Catch a bus to the Northeast states

By Train- You can find trains from all of the major cities in India to the Northeast. The RajdhaniExpress, North East express and Brahmaputra Mailfrom Delhi to the Northeast and The Sairaghat Express will take you from Kolkata to the northeast. Both Sikkim and Mizoram are accessible through nearby stations.

Assam is one of the most beautiful places and also one of the seven sisters of Northeast India. You will definitely feel awesome in this place. From an unspoiled vista of temples and shrines, of tea gardens and paddy fields, to a blanket of hills, Assam has something to offer to everyone. It is a land of scenic beauty and bliss and the best combination of nature, culture, and history. The mighty Brahmaputra also flows in this place.

No matter if you are a solace-seeker, an adventure-seeker, a culture-capturing soul or a heritage enthusiast, Assam will make your tour memorable. Visit the Kamakhya temple, Kaziranga National Park, Agnigarh Hill, Digboi Oil Refinery, Guwahati Planetarium and Fancy Bazaar are just the name of a few in Assam.Also, explore the TalatalGhar, Manas National Park whichare the add-ons to the Assam travel list. You can make a plan with your family or friends.

Assam travel is something that one will definitely cherish. An ideal Assam Tourism Package is the perfect blend of nature, culture, and history. These packages are specially crafted by our travel experts to provide a flawless holiday experience to travelers.

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The people of Assam are extremely friendly and welcoming and belong to different tribes and communities. The major languages spoken in Assam are Assamese or Axomia and Bodo. Bengali is spoken in down south in the Barak Valley region. The major religions of Assam are Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, Islam and Buddhism.

Rongali Bihu, Kaati Bihu and Magh Bihu are the three festivals celebrated in their individual way with dances and rituals. The Ambubachi Mela held at the Maa Kamakhya temple, Ali-ai-Ligang and Jonbil Mela are other major festivals.

It includes an extensive variety across the region including wood, cane and bamboo crafts, woodwork, pottery, handlooms, jewellery and colorful masks as well as metal crafts like articles of worship and household items. You can find tribal masks and traditional painting styles and Weaving.

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Best Time To Visit Assam Tourism

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Summer Season-It is a great time to visit Assam. The season itself is short, lasting just from March to June. You will experience pleasant weather in summer while enjoying the places. The temperatureremains under 37 degrees Celsius.

Monsoon Season-You should avoid this season as Assam receives some of the heaviest showers in India.  It starts in June and often goes on till September.

Winter Season-It is the best time for your Assam tour which starts in November and goes on till May. You will have a great time with cool winds blowing from the Himalayan foothills. You will also see the local people busy celebrating Bihu, the harvest festival.

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The people of Assam are extremely friendly and welcoming and belong to different tribes and communities. The major languages spoken in Assam are Assamese or Axomia and Bodo. Bengali is spoken in down south in the Barak Valley region. The major religions of Assam are Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, Islam and Buddhism.

Rongali Bihu, Kaati Bihu and Magh Bihu are the three festivals celebrated in their individual way with dances and rituals. The Ambubachi Mela held at the Maa Kamakhya temple, Ali-ai-Ligang and Jonbil Mela are other major festivals.

It includes an extensive variety across the region including wood, cane and bamboo crafts, woodwork, pottery, handlooms, jewellery and colorful masks as well as metal crafts like articles of worship and household items. You can find tribal masks and traditional painting styles and Weaving.

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By Air-It is the fastest way to reach Assam. Guwahati’s LokpriyaGopinathBordoloi International Airport is the nearest airport to Assam located at a distance of 25 kms. It is well-linked with all major cities of India including New Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Cochin and Trivandrum.

By Train- You can travel by rail without any hesitation and it can be an affordable way as well. You will find direct train services from cities such as Mumbai, Calcutta, New Delhi, Chennai, Cochin and Bangalore.

By Road- Travelling by road is easy and convenient. There is an outstanding bus infrastructure well-connected by the neighboring state.

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The people of Assam are extremely friendly and welcoming and belong to different tribes and communities. The major languages spoken in Assam are Assamese or Axomia and Bodo. Bengali is spoken in down south in the Barak Valley region. The major religions of Assam are Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, Islam and Buddhism.

Rongali Bihu, Kaati Bihu and Magh Bihu are the three festivals celebrated in their individual way with dances and rituals. The Ambubachi Mela held at the Maa Kamakhya temple, Ali-ai-Ligang and Jonbil Mela are other major festivals.

It includes an extensive variety across the region including wood, cane and bamboo crafts, woodwork, pottery, handlooms, jewellery and colorful masks as well as metal crafts like articles of worship and household items. You can find tribal masks and traditional painting styles and Weaving.

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Place to visit

Umananda Island


This stunning island is especially known for Wildlife, natural beauty, jeep safari, and temples. When it comes to nearby attractions, it includes Umananda Temple, Nehru Park, Ugro Tara Temple, Northbrook Gate, Maati Centre, Nilachal Hills. Your Assam tour is incomplete without visiting Umananda Island. It is the Smallest and most well-known river island in the world that offers all the peace and serenity. It is the perfect place for a naturist or an adventurer. It is also called Peacock Island. In addition, situated on Peacock Island, which lies on the mighty Brahmaputra River, Umananda temple is the most visited place, dedicated to Lord Shiva. You will also explore Peacock Island which is one of the smallest occupied islands and is stunning too. It makes the surroundings of the temple stand out for nature lovers. This temple is located on the top of a hill called Bhasmakala or Bhasmakuta and was well-crafted by skilled Assamese workmen.

Place to visit

Guwahati Zoo


Established in 1958, it is one of the better zoos in the country and is also known as the Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden. It is a popular wildlife paradisethat spreads over an area of 430 acres and is situated in a densely vegetated forest area, called the Hengrabari Forest Area and the protected area. This zoo includes fascinating landscape gardens, enormous wildlife and a tranquil environment that you will enjoy the most. It is certainly worth the visit. It is home to 113 different species of the animal kingdom, making up the 900 plus animals, birds and reptiles in the zoo. Guwahati zoo is the perfect place for tourists and wildlife enthusiasts to visit throughout the year. You will see the regal one-horned rhinoceros, giraffes and ostriches from Africa and kangaroos from Australia.

Place to visit

Kamakhya Temple


Situated on the Nilanchal Hill in the western part of Guwahati in Assam, Kamakhya Temple is one of the most admired shrines of Goddess Shakti in India. It is one of the four important Shakti Peethas. You will witness the simple yet elegant carvings at the main entrancethat are ornamented with colorful flowers.It is decorated during the Ambubachi Festival and fare in the month of June.

Place to visit

Guwahati Planetarium


It is the must-visit place in Assam for astronomy lovers. This planetarium is visited by a huge number of tourists throughout the year, including kids and space enthusiasts. You will learn amazing facts in a stimulating and interactive way. The nearby attractions are Kamakhya Temple, DrBhupenHazarika Samadhi Khetra Memorial, and Saraighat Bridge.

Place to visit

Nehru Park


Situated in the heart of the city of Guwahati, opposite to Cotton College in Panbazar area of Guwahati, Nehru Park is named after the first Prime Minister of India- Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It is an appealing garden park built in 2000. This park is one of the key tourist attractions of the city and you will witness several trees, soft grass and spectacular sculptures. There is also an open air theatre, a rock garden, anattractive lawn and a few artificial ponds.

Place to visit

Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary


It is one of the best tourist places in Asaam that offers the rarest animals and bird species to watch. Watch the Royal Bengal Tigers, Himalayan Black Bear, Wild Boars, and Indian Giant Squirrels in this sanctuary. If you are a birdwatcher, it is the best place due to its boggy landscapes.

Place to visit

Kaziranga National Park


Kaziranga National Park is one of the most precious attractions in India. It features several sorts of flora and fauna and Houses rare one-horned rhinoceros.This national park is described by marshlands, tall elephant grass, and tall tropical broadleaf forests. You will see the animals like wild water buffalo, one-horned rhino, royal Bengal tigers, Asiatic elephants, etc. Also, the birds include the greater Baer’s pochard duck, white-fronted goose, ferruginous duck, etc. Explore the nearby attractions such as Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary, Orang National Park, Pobitora National Park, and Addabarie Tea Estate.

Place to visit

Khaspur


Located 20 km from Silchar, Khaspur is an amazing place to visit. You will see the ruins of a great Dimasa kingdom as well as the Lion Gate, the Sun Gate and the aged old king's temple.It is popular for its amazing architectural structures. The entrances are of elephantpatterns.

Place to visit

Dolu Lake


It is one of the most popular places to visit for a picnic, having beautiful mountains in the backdrop. You will experience the magnificence of the lake and the tranquil surroundings. People can also visit this place when they have a chaotic life. Rest assured that Dolu Lake is very picturesque that offers a chance for portrait photographs with attractive backgrounds. This place can be a good place for nature lovers and enjoy the beautiful sunrise, sunset, and night.

Place to visit

Badarpur Fort


Located along the banks of river Barak in the Karimganj district, Badarpur fort is so popular that was built during the Mughal Era to keep an eye on this region. It stands in a semi-ruined state. You will witness the green surroundings and tranquil environment and magnificent Islamic architecture that make this place stand out from the crowd. Tourists should explore this fort.

Place to visit

Gandhibag park


Situated on the banks of a lake on the park road Silchar, Gandhibagpark is a lovely park, named after Mahatma Gandhi. This is the most wonderful place for spending quality time with your family, and friends and going for a picnic. You will see ShahidMinar inside this park which was made as a memorial for 11 martyrs who died while fighting for the protection of their Bengali language against the government of Assam on 19th May 1962. There are also various activities for children in this park.

Place to visit

Salganga


This wonderful and must-visit village is situated in the Chachar district of Assam,only a few kilometers away from Silchar and it is mostly known for its attractive environment and green surroundings. There is a Vishnu temple in Salganga which is ancient and revered. The temple falls on the way to kumbhirgram airport.

Place to visit

Maniharan tunnel


Maniharan tunnel is only a few kilometers from Silchar and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Assam. It was built during the days of Lord Krishna and also was once used by him, according to Hindu mythology. This is why the Maniharan tunnel is a highly renowned place to visit. In addition, you will find various small temples that are devoted to Garuha, Lakshmana, Lord Rama and Hanuman. There are inscriptions of Hindu religious figures on the interior walls of the tunnel.The holy river Tribeni flows below this tunnel and this is a sacred place, visited by pilgrims. Here in this place,Shivratri and Holi festivals are widely celebrated every year.

Place to visit

Indore Museum


Located in Assam, it is a beautiful town a few kilometers away from Silchar. It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations and lies in a hilly region of the state. You will witness various attractive green hillocks everywhere.The Himalayas overlook Maibong, which boasts appealingsceneries, waterfalls, and historical relics. Maibong is also known for its EkPattharGhar and is an ancient Indian temple. For nature lovers, this is a great place to escape and experience the adventure of hill-climbing trekking and camping. You will also see the famous shrine of Ramchandi.

Place to visit

Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited


Located in Panchgram, Silchar, India, it is one of the largest paper mills in Asia. It was established on 29 May 1970. There are two working units of it such as Nagaon Paper Mill, and Cachar Paper Mill. The annual volume of Nagaon Paper Mill and Cachar Paper Mill is 1 lakh tonnes. They aim at delivering a contribution to the cultural segment of the paper industry in a big way.it witnesses a huge number of tourists every year.

Place to visit

Bangalpukhari


Located near Na-Ali in Jorhat Assam, it is a popular water tank. However, people never use this water as they believe that using this water will bring bad luck in their lives. This water tank is unused, but it is one of the most famous tourist destinations you can see.

Place to visit

Hoollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary


If you are looking for an adventure trip, then this is the right place to visit in Assam. This wildlife sanctuary is named after the only Ape found in India,Hoolock Gibbon. Situated in the Jorhat district of Assam, it is a protected area of evergreen forest. This Wildlife Sanctuary was officially established in the year 1997. You will see hoolock gibbons and the Bengal slow loris in this Wildlife Sanctuary. It has the thickest gibbon populations in Assam. You will see rare and invaluable species of trees and other animals as well as almost 800 different species of birds. It is also recognized as an important bird area(IBA) situated in Assam by Birdlife International.

Place to visit

Cinnamora tea estate


Situated within 10 km of Jorhat city, the Cinnamora tea estate is the top tea garden of Assam and a great place to visit. It was made by ManiramDewanand started working in the year 1850. When you visit this place during the peak harvest seasons, the scenic tea garden will take your breath away with its amazing look. In addition, you will get a chance to talk to locals and theyare very welcoming. This place is for everyone and every age of people.

Place to visit

LadaiGarh


Located 15 km from Jorhat, LadaiGarh was built by King PratapSinha. It is one of the well-known tourist attractions of Assam. This fort has three parts (MeraGarh, SwalatGarh, and LadaiGarh) and each of them faces a different direction. And The LadaiGarh is the most famous tourist spot in Jorhat, covered by beautiful lush green gardens and you will see different sorts of plants and flowers.There are also beautiful and well-crafted sculptures that can be visited by history and architecture lovers.

Place to visit

MagoluKhat


It is situated at a distance of 6 km from Jorhat city and is a historically prime tourist place. You will see the ruins of this place, but experience the majestic charm of this place. It is a worthwhile visit site for you and you should visit this place.

Place to visit

Molai Forest


Situated in Jorhat, it is a popular forest on Majuli Island,near Kokilmukh of the Brahmaputra River. JadavPayong single-handedly made it a 1360-acre forest reserve by taking 30 years. You can see Indian tigers, Indian rhinoceros, deer, monkeys, rabbits, many apes, vultures, and many birds. in addition, there are various sorts of trees such as walcol, silk tree, cotton tree, Delonixrazia, mauj, bamboo and royal poinsiana. This can give you an amazing chance for photography as well as forest treks around this island.

Place to visit

Kalinjar Fort


This waterfall is situated 13 km away from Bokakhat in the Golaghat district, Assam and is also called Kakojan. Rest assured that you will be amazed by visiting this amazing natural breathtaking waterfall. The waterfalls sweep through the coffee and rubber plantations of the town which makes it stand out from the crowd. There are ancient ruins at Numaligarh in the surrounding that have special archaeological value. The post-monsoon months from October to March are the best time to visit this place. it is a popular picnic spot.

Place to visit

Jorhat Gymkhana Club


Located in Jorhat, this sports venue is the oldest golf course in Asia and the third oldest golf course in the world. it was formed in 1876 and established by the British. This is the place for horse racing, golf, cricket, polo, billiards, matches and also has a swimming pool and lawn tennis courts.It contains nine lush green golf course circuits.

Place to visit

Agnigarh


Located at Tezpur in the state of Assam, it is a hillock operated as a park. As per Hindu mythology, this fortress was made by the Asura King Banasura in order to keep his daughter Usha in isolation. This historical site enables you totrek and reaches the peak by climbing the circular staircases. You will explore a panoramic view of the surroundings as well as numerous sculptures which portray the story of the Hindu scriptures/Puranas. There is also KaliaBhumura Bridge that you can see from this hillock. This site also has a viewing platform to see the entire city of Tezpur.

Place to visit

Da Parbatia


Looking for archaeology and the ruins of the bygone era? This archaeologically significant area is home to remnants of a temple from the 6th century AD.Da Parbatia is a village near the west of Tezpur. There is of a temple of Lord Shiva made during the Ahom period. The ruins have been maintained bythe Archaeological Survey of India. You can visit this place built in the circuit house and DakBangalow in Tezpur. There are several fully furnished tourist lodges available to stay.

Place to visit

Bamuni Hills


Located on the right bank of the Brahmaputra River, there are several outstanding ruins and relics of Bamuni Hills that draw the attention of tourists from across the world. It is dedicated to Lord Vishnu stood at the centre, with four other temples for Lord Shiva at the corners. You will witness some of the most stunning architectural styles of the ruins and standing figures and sculptures of the Panchayatana style. Experience the oldest era here in this place which is controlled by The Archaeological Study of India. Explore the scenic view of this amazing site and visit nearby places such as Da Parbatia, among others.

Place to visit

Nameri National Park


If you are an adventure enthusiast, Nameri national parkis a popular place to visit. Both animal lovers and bird lovers can have a great time here. Tourists will watch elephants, tigers, leopards, gaurs, wild pigs, sambars, etc as well as different birds. Safaris are also available. From the rich fauna of the place to the lush and evergreen flora everything will amaze you.Apart from that, there are several activities you can enjoy such as water rafting, fishing, and swimming.

Place to visit

ChitralekhaUdyan


Located in Tezpur, ChitralekhaUdyan is a public park that is open to everyone. This park is also known as Cole Park. It was established in 1906 during the British Raj in India.Explore the greenery, ample walkways with benches and several fountains here in this park. For adults and children, there are some other facilities such as boating, bumper cars and the swimming pool (operational during the summer season).

Place to visit

BuraChapori Wildlife Sanctuary


It is situated at a distance of 53 km from the south of Tezpur on the southern bank of the Brahmaputra River. BuraChapori Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area. This is mostly famous for migratory bird sightings particularly the Bengal florican as well as you can see other birds such as the openbill stork, whistling duck, teal and black-necked stork. Apart from that, you can also see different mammal species including rhinos, Asian elephants, wild buffalos and rare sightings of tigers. Everyone should visit this place.

Place to visit

Haflong Hill


Located in the DimaHasao district, it is the only hill station of Assam to explore. It is one of the famous tourist attractions of DimaHasao. This stunning hill station is bounded by many striking lakes, streams, waterfalls and lush vivacious forests. If you are a nature lover or camping enthusiast, then this is a must-visit destination for you.At an altitude of more than 600 meters above sea level, Haflong hill offers a scenic view to see. Explore its royal view of the mountain ranges, an abundance of pulsating green forests, and trekking adventures. Whether you go for a picnic with your friends and family or enjoy trekking and camping or watch magical sunrise and sunset views, photography, relax, it depends on your choice.

Place to visit

Haflong Lake


Do you want to explore one of the most stunning and beautiful lakes in Assam? You must visit Haflong Lake which is a major tourist destination. Situated at the heart of the hill station, it is an ideal tourist spot for various reasons and is also one of the biggest natural water bodies of Assam. It is well-maintained and clean and protected by DimaHasao Tourist-Forest Department and DimaHasao Autonomous Council. You will see thousands of migratory birds in winter. Different leisure activities are also available to do like boating and otherwater sports activities.Fishing enthusiasts can enjoy this ideal angling spot for catching fish. Plan a vacation with your friends and families.

Place to visit

Maibong


Situated in the hilly area of the Mahur River, Maibong is a small town that is serenaded with mountains, waterfalls and several historical relics. You can watch most of the famous two-roofed monolithic temple - Ramchandi. It was also the medieval capital of the Dimacha Kingdom from 1536 AD onwards. Tourists will also see the relics that are preserved and displayed in a museum of Haflong district. It offers multiple historic and sightseeing attractions. There are several waterfalls to explore as well as several other inscriptions on historic tanks and ancient temples. Visit the Mahur River which is a flawless picnic spot.

Place to visit

Jatinga


The small and tranquil village of Jatinga is situated about 9 kms south of the town of Haflong. It is famously known as the most popular bird watching center, controlled by thedistrict forestry office in Haflong. Tourists should not miss this amazing place which is popular for its “bird suicide” phenomenon. Explore its royal views and the mysterious phenomenon of birds “committing suicide”. During the months of August and November, the birds die due to mysterious reasons according to the villagers. As per the scientists, there are different reasons for this incident. Most tourists visit this place between the months of August to November especially ornithologists and bird watchers.

Place to visit

Digboi Oil Refinery


It was made during the year 1901 and set up by Assam Oil Company Private Limited. And it was taken over by Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOC) in the year 1981. Currently, this refinery is still tremendously operable and functioning as well as it handles both refining and marketing operations. This refinery is popularly named as “Gangotri of the Indian Hydrocarbon Sector”. You can also see ancient oil tools and equipment here in this place that was once used during the better part of the 20th century. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Digboi and attracts many tourists from across the world.

Place to visit

War Cemetery


Situated nearby the border of the country Burma, Digboi served as an army camp for the Burmese campaign during the Second World War. It was made the communications line centre.The Digboi war Cemetery started out as a burial ground for the dead bodies which came from the hospital.It was finally relocated to Digboi during the 1960s.You will find more than 200 burials in this place.Visit and pay due respect to the dead who fought valiantly in the Second World War

Place to visit

Digboi Lake


Digboi is a major offbeat place for tourists and offers a number of points of attraction to visit. Explore the magnificent beauty of the city,situated at the foothills of the DehingPatkai Range. How can you overlook the serene Digboi Lake with glittering water that enhances the beauty of this city? Enjoy the soothing and calmatmosphere that will improve the exhaustive trip. Also, visit the Centenary Environment Park near the lake which is an eco-park, and has a variety of flora. There is a chance for watching the birds on a bright day as well as visiting other tourist spots.

Place to visit

Margherita


Margherita is a census town, located at the North Eastern corner of the state of Assam. It was named after the Italian queen consort Margherita. There are tea gardens and majestic hills surrounding it as well as you will visit anunspoiled River Dehing flowing through it.A well-maintained small golf course is also there at the foothills. Visit the first coal museum of India located in this city which is also known as the Coal Heritage and Museum. It conserves the history of coal mining of more than 100 years. This place is famous or the production of plywood and there is the second plywood factory of Assam.

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FAQ's of Assam Tourism

The people of Assam are extremely friendly and welcoming and belong to different tribes and communities. The major languages spoken in Assam are Assamese or Axomia and Bodo. Bengali is spoken in down south in the Barak Valley region. The major religions of Assam are Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, Islam and Buddhism.

Rongali Bihu, Kaati Bihu and Magh Bihu are the three festivals celebrated in their individual way with dances and rituals. The Ambubachi Mela held at the Maa Kamakhya temple, Ali-ai-Ligang and Jonbil Mela are other major festivals.

It includes an extensive variety across the region including wood, cane and bamboo crafts, woodwork, pottery, handlooms, jewellery and colorful masks as well as metal crafts like articles of worship and household items. You can find tribal masks and traditional painting styles and Weaving.

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There is no doubt that Assam has a lot to offer. Apart from various attractions such as national parks, hill stations, river valleys and thriving cities, there are several activities you can enjoy as well.There are several recreational activities have been organized by the Assam tourism department such as camping, trekking, and bird watching in the forest to enjoy the unspoiled natural environs.

There are various festivals and fairs that are hugely celebrated in some particular seasons so you will have great fun. Don’t ignore the delicious Street foods.Make the most out of it.

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FAQ's of Assam Tourism

The people of Assam are extremely friendly and welcoming and belong to different tribes and communities. The major languages spoken in Assam are Assamese or Axomia and Bodo. Bengali is spoken in down south in the Barak Valley region. The major religions of Assam are Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, Islam and Buddhism.

Rongali Bihu, Kaati Bihu and Magh Bihu are the three festivals celebrated in their individual way with dances and rituals. The Ambubachi Mela held at the Maa Kamakhya temple, Ali-ai-Ligang and Jonbil Mela are other major festivals.

It includes an extensive variety across the region including wood, cane and bamboo crafts, woodwork, pottery, handlooms, jewellery and colorful masks as well as metal crafts like articles of worship and household items. You can find tribal masks and traditional painting styles and Weaving.

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The months of October and April are the most convenient time to visit Assam. During this time, you will find moderate temperatures and free of summer's boiling heat and monsoon's huge downpours. You should follow the above-mentioned months to experience the state at its best. Rest assured that you will obtain major tourist footfall since winter is the best time to visit.

Assam tour is affordable and convenient. In fact, it is a must-visit place for everyone like explorers, foodies and for people who wants to cherish the past while enjoying the present and the edge of culture and modernity. Pack your bag, carry the Assam map and hire a local tour operator to enjoy a memorable tour of Assam.

 

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FAQ's of Assam Tourism

The people of Assam are extremely friendly and welcoming and belong to different tribes and communities. The major languages spoken in Assam are Assamese or Axomia and Bodo. Bengali is spoken in down south in the Barak Valley region. The major religions of Assam are Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, Islam and Buddhism.

Rongali Bihu, Kaati Bihu and Magh Bihu are the three festivals celebrated in their individual way with dances and rituals. The Ambubachi Mela held at the Maa Kamakhya temple, Ali-ai-Ligang and Jonbil Mela are other major festivals.

It includes an extensive variety across the region including wood, cane and bamboo crafts, woodwork, pottery, handlooms, jewellery and colorful masks as well as metal crafts like articles of worship and household items. You can find tribal masks and traditional painting styles and Weaving.

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