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Aasam - The Land Of Ultimate Beauty

Updated: Aug 26

Located in the northeastern region of the country, Assam is known for its natural beauty, rich history, and cultural heritage. The state is blessed with mighty rivers, green valleys, majestic hills, wild forests, tea plantations, and rich fauna and flora. It is one of the top destinations for wildlife tourism in India. Assam also serves as a gateway for tourists to reach the seven sister states in Northeast India, namely Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Sikkim, Tripura, and Nagaland.

Being one of the Northeast India’s iconic seven sisters, a holiday in Assam is about witnessing a heady mix of history, culture, and nature at the same time. The state happens to be the land of many wildlife reserves, which are further home to the one-horned rhino, one of Assam's tourism best-known mascots.

Nestled in the colossal mountains and deep valley of Himalaya, Assam is an unexplored treasure trove. It has other-worldly charm. And to know more about its natural beauty and its ever so delightful culture.


Everything from the ancient temples, the wildlife sanctuaries, the scenic beauty of the Brahmaputra, and its unique culture give this place some of the best tourist places in Assam. Assam tourism offers places to visit like historical monuments, temples and sightseeing places like kamakhya Temple, Umananda Temple, Dipor Bil, Madan Kamdev, Rang Ghar, Agnigarh. For nature lovers, Assam has national parks like Kaziranga National Park, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Manas National Park to name a few.


Assam is famous for its handicrafts, tea, and handlooms.The state was the first site for oil drilling in Asia. Assam is home to the one-horned Indian rhinoceros, along with the wild water buffalo, pygmy hog, tiger and various species of Asiatic birds, and provides one of the last wild habitats for the Asian elephant.


The cuisine is characterized by very little use of spice. A traditional meal in Assam begins with a khar. Some of the most popular Assamese delicacies include Khaar, Duck meat Curry, Aloo Pitika, Maasor Tenga(tangy fish curry), Ou Khatta, Xaak Aru Bhaji(herbs and vegetable), Paro Manxho(pigeon meat curry), Baanhgajor Lagot Kukura(chicken with bamboo shoot), Silkworm and Pitha(sweet dishes).

BEST TIME TO VISIT The winter season is right time to go for sightseeing. The weather is perfect, with cool winds blowing from the Himalayan foothills to reduce heat and humidity. Orchids bloom between March and May, and it is a season of immense joy for the local people who are busy celebrating Bihu, the harvest festival.


By Air: Assam has six airports that connect the state to the rest of India. Guwahati’s Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is the main airport.The airport serves direct and connecting flights from most major Indian destinations as well as international.

By Rail: Assam falls into the Northeast Frontier Railway zone. There are direct trains from New Delhi, Calcutta, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Trivandrum, and Cochin.

By Road: Assam is connected to the rest of India through the narrow Siliguri corridor. Roads within the state and those connecting it to neighboring states are well-developed. The main National Highways in the state are NH 31, 37, 38, 40 and 52. AC and non-AC private and government buses. The Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT) located at the outskirts, provides connectivity with other regions of the Northeast with regular buses for major cities and tourist destinations of the neighbouring states.

PLACES TO VISIT IN ASSAM Aasam is a diverse state with incredible cultural heritage and magnificent landscapes. Assam is surely a beauty waiting to be explored.


Guwahati, formerly Gauhati, city, western Assam state, northeastern India. It lies along the Brahmaputra River (there bridged) and is picturesquely situated with an amphitheatre of wooded hills to the south.

Nestled on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, Guwahati has become quite the favourite city for millennials who wish to take a northeastern trip for some life-altering experiences.

It has an oil refinery and a state farm, and its industries include tea processing, milling of agricultural products, and soap manufacturing. Manas Wildlife Sanctuary (or Manas National Park), designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985, is about 60 miles.

MAJOR ATTRACTION Kamakhya temple, Kaziranga national park, Manas national park

FAMOUS FOR Guhawati is famous for the ancient temple of kamakhya devi and wildlife experience.the city is also known for its lively getways and pristine ambiance

BEST TIME TO VISIT The best time to visit Guwahati is form October to April. During these months, the weather is perfect for sightseeing and other tourist activities.


BY AIR:The commercial city of Guwahati is well connected with the rest of India by air and land. The Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is situated at Borjar, 20 km away from the city. Helicopter services are operated from Guwahati to Shillong, Tura, Naharlagun, and Tawang. The city is connected with the other major cities of India by different airlines.

BY TRAIN:North Eastern Railway zone of the Indian Railways is the railway connection between Guwahati and the rest of the country. Guwahati Junction is the head quarter of the zone.

BY ROAD: Guwahati is well connected by road with the rest of the country.National Highway 31 and 37 are the two road connections to Guwahati.Guwahati is well connected with rest of the State by ASTC services and many private transport systems.


· Kamakhya temple

· Kaziranga national park

· Manas national park

· Aasam state museum

· Umananda temple

· Brahmputra river cruise

· Nehru park

· Guwahati planetarium

· Pobitora wildlife sanctuary

· Navagarha temple

· Mandan kamdev

· Haajo

· Pandu

· Bhuvaneshwari temple

· Chandubi lake

· Dipor bil (fresh water lake)

· Umananda island

· Guhawati war memorial

· Saraighat bridge


This beautiful destination Tezpur has verdant tea gardens and peaceful river Brahmaputra where you can witness the humble life of the Assamese people. Tezpur is 65 km from the Orang Wildlife Sanctuary, 82 km from Kaziranga, and 60 km from Bhalukpung. This northeast destination Tezpur is a beautiful place to enjoy a quiet and serene holiday. Tezpur offers travellers with many attractions from temples to natural preserve sites. The term Tezpur means town of blood. The city acquired its name owing to a myth involving one of the rulers of Tezpur. Sonitpur district for which Tezpur is the headquarters, has 73 tea gardens and that includes the biggest tea garden in the world. Enjoy the essence of culture and the flavor of tea while you are in Tezpur.

BEST TIME TO VISIT The best time to visit Tezpur October to April with a view of the picturesque scenery, the snow coverd himalyan mountain.

MAJOR ATTRACTION Agnigarh, Koila, Bhomora Setu, Nameri National Park

FAMOUS FOR Nature, Brahmaputra Culture.


BY AIR: nearest airport at Sonitpur district called the “Saloni Airport”. There are several flights that connect Saloni Airport to Guwahati, Jorhat and Kolkata. There are flights, in and out, from Sonitpur to Guwahati on a daily basis; and 3 flights per week to Kolkata and Jorhat. You can connect to these cities and reach Sonitpur by flight, after which it is an easy journey to reach Tezpur by cabs or buses.

BY RAIL:Tezpur has been connected with a railway station called Rangapara North Railway Station. There are several local trains and express trains that ferry through this railway station on a regular basis.

BY ROAD:The roads of Tezpur are well-connected to main cities like Guswahati, Itanagar, Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, Sibsagar, Siliguri and many more. There are several buses, both private and state run, which offer transportation services from the main cities of Assam and West Bengal to Tezpur.


· Agnigarh

· Bamuni Hill

· Bura-Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary

· Chitralekha Udyan

· Da-Parbatia

· Mahabhairb temple tezpur

· Ouguri Hill

· Padum Pukhuri lake

· Bhomoraguri tezpur

· Kalia Bhomora Setu

· Nag-Sankar Temple

· Ketakeshwar Dewal


Majuli, in the state of Assam is the biggest river island of the world, situated on River Bramhaputra. Majuli is not just the biggest river island in the world, but it is also the seat of neo-Vaishavinism in Assam. . Majuli is located at a distance of around 200km east from Guwahati.

Majuli tourism may be small, but it is filled with life.The mighty Brahmaputra enhances the natural beauty of the place, the Satras give it the cultural identity. Life in Majuli is only about celebration. Among the top things to do in this island includes taking a peak of the cultures and traditions of the tribes of the island; and the best time to do it would be during the Bihu festival as you can see soak in all the excitements of the fairs. The Paal Naam at the end of Autumn and the Bathow Puja where Lord Shiva is worshipped are some other exciting festivals. Making you feel at peace with nature, it is home to many migratory birds


Autumn, winter and spring are the good time to visit majuli. The best time to go majuri is during the winter when water levels have receeded and bird have migrated to its shores. The only season you should consciously avoid a trip to Majuli is the summer season.

FAMOUS FOR Sightseeing, Bird Wacthing, water activities, Cultutre And Heritage


BY AIR: Jorhat is the nearest airport to Majuli. It is connected to some of the major domestic airports. There are frequent flights to Jorhat from Guwahati, as well as other parts of the country, especially the eastern zone.From Jorhat, take private bus to the Neemati Ghat. You can also book a taxi from Jorhat, and take it on the ferry.


Jorhat also serves as the nearest road connection from Majuli. The ASTC buses work on a regular basis to ply a decent service to the visitors. There are several day as well as night deluxe buses from Guwahati to Jorhat in the interval of seven hours.

BY SHIP: Majuli can only be reached by a ferry ride. There are two ferry rides which you need to take while going to Majuli. The first one takes about an hour, then you have to take a 10 minutes bus trip to Major Sapori. From this island take another ferry and then a bus ride to the main town of Majuli. From the Neemati Ghat, which is about 14 km from Jorhat, where at least two ferry boats are available per day that can take you to the river island Majuli.


· Garmur satara

· Kamalabari Satra

· Dakshinapat Satra

· Auniati Satra

· Tengapania

· Benegenaati Satra


Dibrugarh is a beauty in itself with cascading brahmputra on one side, while on the edges of the city, the himalayas touch down seemingly, spreading its serenity. With several tourist attractions in Dibrugarh that touch one’s religious and spiritual soul. Lush green pastures and adventurous dense forests, this high range will seem like a place just out your fantasy.The district is ideal for wildlife lovers who can satiate their wanderlust at the Jokai Botanical Garden cum Germplasm Center, Jeypore Rainforest, Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuaries. The city is culturally rich – you will find delicious local food to eat, native clothes to wear and see almost everyone conversing in their local language. However, it is interesting to note that most residents of this part of the country are fluent in both English or Hindi as well.

FAMOUS FOR: Hill- station, Wildlife, sightseeing, heritage, tea plantation and oil industries


The best time to visit Dibrugarh is from October to March. The weather is pleasant through this season and you would be able to explore the destination comfortably.


BY AIR: Mohanbari Airport, Dibrugarh is the closest airport to Dibrugarh. This airport connects Dibrugarh to the other main cities in India. International tourists can take a flight to Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, Guwahati.

By Train: The first railway services in northeast India started at Dibrugarh. Tourists can get trains that directly connect Dibrugarh railway station to New Delhi, Banglore, Kolkata, and Chennai, along with many other cities. Vivek Express that runs between Dibrugarh and Kanyakumari is the longest rail service in India.

By Bus: Tourists can board buses run by ASTC, the local state transport or by private bus services to reach the neighbouring cities like Guwahati, Tinsukia, Sivsagar, Jorhat, Namrup, etc. Tourists can find both A/C and non-A/C buses to reach different cities from Dibrugarh. The National Highway NH 37 connects Dibrugarh to the rest of the country.


· Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary

· Joypur Rainforest

· Brahmaputra River

· Namphake Village

· Radha Krishna Temple

· Shri Jagannath Temple

· Naharkatia: the tea town

· Barbarua Maidam

· Dinjoy Satra

· Dehing Namti Satra

· Jokai Botanical Garden


Jorhat is one of the important cities of Assam and its strategic location in the northern part of the state makes it a gateway to Upper Assam and the state of Nagaland. Jorhat is one of the major cities of Assam.It was the last capital of the Ahom Kingdom and home to many historical monuments of Assamese culture. If tea is a special treat for you, your love will bring you to Jorhat! This place Jorhat is famously known as the ‘Tea capital of the world’ and the large number of tea plantations here attract thousands of tourists and corporate travelers round the year.

Since it maintains its vibrant and colorful tradition, you will find that it reflects in their jewelries as well. If you are planning to spend your vacation in Jorhat, ensure that you cover all those places that portrays Jorhat in its most vibrant colors.

MAJOR ATTRACTION Dhekiakhowa Bornaamghar.

BEST TIME TO VISIT The most ideal time to visit Jorhat is during winters.The temperature remains comfortable and is apt for sightseeing and other activities.

FAMOUS FOR history,Nature,heritage, culture

Famous for its culture, mosques, tombs, gardens and most importantly - its tea plantations and variety of sightseeing. Jorhat has the world famous Tocklai tea Experimental Centre.


By Air: Jorhat Airport, commonly known as the Rowriah Airport, is located within the city itself and this makes traveling to the place by air all the more easier. Regular flights are conducted from here to other major cities in Assam, like Guwahati, Dibrugarh etc. apart from that, there are flights connecting the place to the other major cites in India.

By Rail: The railway link for Jorhat is provided by the Farketing Mariyani branch railway station, which has regular trains from the city to Guwahati. It is also well connected with the other major cities of Assam as well as the rest of India. From the station, you can easily get bus as well as taxi to any place within the city.

By Road:The city of Jorhat is about 308 km from Guwahati, a distance that is covered in about 6 hours by regular buses connecting both the cities. There are state as well as private bus services that are used for transportation to and from the place. Assam State Transport Corporation (ASTC) runs buses to Guwahati, Tezpur, Sibsagar, Tinsukia, Dimapur, Itanagar and to Kaziranga.


· Hollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary

· Kakochang Waterfalls

· Gymkhana Club

· Tocklai Tea Research Centre

· Sukapha Samannay Kshetra

· Bangalpukhari

· Cinnamora Tea Estate

· Lachit Borphukan’s Maidam

· Thengal Bhavan


Digboi is known for running the oldest oil refinery in the world, which is still functioning. The oil refinery has been the pride of the town since the year 1899. This tiny district of Assam Digboi is one of the famous tourist destinations mainly because of its oil refinery and wildlife sanctuary. Dibru Saikhowa Wildlife Sanctuary, is 60 km from Digboi and houses like Royal Bengal Tiger, cheetahs, Indian elephant and also over 300 species of birds. Dolls made from wax are popular here. It is famous for traditional textiles that reflect the culture of the land and you will find them priced reasonably. The oil land still has strong traces of British colonialism in its golf courses and clubs. Digboi is being promoted as a tourist center thanks to the attractions in and around the place.

BEST TIME TO VISIT The town is covered lush greenery during october to march. This is the best time to visit Digboi.

FAMOUS FOR Refinery, Oil Rig

MAJOR ATTRACTION digboi oil refinery, Dibru Saikhowa Wildlife Sanctuary,


By Air: The nearest airport from Digboi is the Mohanbari Airport, which is situated at Dibrugarh. The distance from this place to the airport is around 65 km and can easily be covered by taxi.

By Rail: The nearest railway station from Digboi is situated in Tinsukia, which is at a distance of 40 km from the town. From Tinsukia, one can easily hire a taxi or catch a bus to Digboi.

By Road: The NH 38 runs through Digboi, linking the place to all the major towns and cities of Assam. Thus, commuting by road is also a good mode of travel for the residents of the town. The ASTC (Assam State Transport Corporation), operating all through Assam, provides a wide range of A/C and non A/C buses for traveling to different places within and outside the state.


· Digboi oil refinery

· War cemetery

· Digboi lake

· Golf course

· Margherita(tea garden)

· Dibru Saikhowa Wildlife Sanctuary,


Diphu is a small town in the Karbi Anglong district of Assam. Picturesque location with undulating plains and low hills make Diphu an ultimate tourist destination. Indigenous tribal group such as the Karbis, Kukis, Bodos, Dimasas, Hmars and Garo are the main inhabitants here.

Most tourist location lies at a radius of 5-6 km from the main town. Get close to the culture of the region by visiting the age old District Museum. The Museum showcases ornaments, handicrafts, textiles, hunting tools, traditional music instruments and fishing equipments used by the local tribes.

Best Time To Visit The best time to visit diphu is from late october to February,when you have pleasant weather.

Famous For Culture, Nature, Hill, Lake, Picturesequre Location .

Major Attraction Arboretum And Umwang

How To Reach

By Air: Nearest airport is Dimapur, 54 kilometers away.

By Train: Diphu is connected to the national network.

By Road: Numaligarh, 93 kilometers away is the nearest bus depot. From there the national network is available.

Places To Visit

· Botanical Garden

· Siloni Picnic Spot

· District Museum

· Road Diphu

· Deopani Durga Man

· Umwang

· Taralangso Cultural Centre









Sivasagar, situated in the eastern part of Assam, has a rich aesthetic appeal. Beautiful temples, monuments and palaces here attract a lot of tourists every year and thus, contributing to the tourism industry of Northeast India. One of the many places of interest here is a water tank called the Bhorpukhuri. There are three temples within this tank, which is situated at an elevated region.Located 360 km north-east of Guwahati is Sivasagar, known for its Ahom palaces and monuments. It is now popular as a prominent tea and oil industry. Sivasagar’s main feature is a huge water body – a 257-acre tank, also known as the Borpukhuri. Located at a higher elevation than the rest of the town, the Borpukhuri boasts of three temples, called “Dol”s in Assamese, built on its banks. The most prominent of the three is the 104 ft tall Sivadol, which is one of the best places to witness the Shivratri festival. The other temples, Vishnudol and Devidol, are also popular tourist attractions.

BEST TIME TO VISIT During the months of October and November remain comfortable and also a good time to visit the man-made lake called Joysagar located in Rangpur.

MAJOR ATTRCTION Shiva Dol, Talatal Ghar, Kareng Ghar and Gargaon Palace

FAMOUS FOR historic sites, history and monuments


Connectivity to Sivasagar is good with the roadways in very good condition. The nearest railway station is located 16 kilometres from the town at Simaluguri. Though there are no airports in the town, the closest airhead is at Jorhat located just 55 kilometres from Sivasagar.


· ranghar

· Kareng Ghar and Gargaon Palace

· Gargaon Palace

· Charaideo

· Joysagar Tank

· Gaurisagar Tank and Temple

· Rudrasagar Tank and Temple

· Namdang Stone Bridge

· Ajan Pir Dargah Sharif


Barpeta is famously referred to as the ‘Land of the Satras’ in Assam is located about 90 km from Guwahati.Barpeta Satra, a renowned Vaishnavite temple was established in the year 1583 and in due course, many other satras were built in the town. Hence, it acquired the names, ‘Land of the Satras’ and Satranagari. It is home to many animals such as leopard, tiger, elephant, Bengal Florican Himalayan black bear and many other animals. These satras influenced the society in all forms by impacting the culture, lifestyle, politics and the economy. With the passage of time, the satras developed further to become open universities dealing with various branches of education and arts, including music, dance, drama, sculpture, ivory work and many more.

BEST TIME TO VISIT The best time to visit barpeta is from October to march.

FAMOUS FOR Culture And Heritage

MAJOR ATTRACTION Manas National Park


BY AIR: you are travelling by air then take a flight to the Guwahati, which is about 98kms from Barpeta. From the airport ample taxis and private cars are available by which the visitors can reach the town.

BY RAIL: One can travel by rail to the Guwahati Railway Station and then avail any local means of transportation to reach Barpeta. Even local train services are available from Guwahati to Barpeta.

BY ROAD:There are many private buses that ply on the road connecting Barpeta and Guwahati. Small cab services are also available in ample amount that carry tourists to different locations for the purpose of sightseeing.


· Manas National Park

· Barpeta Satra

· Baghbar Hill

· Manas River

· Dargah of Syed Shahnur Dewan

· Pari Hareswar Devalaya


Dima Hasao is one of the three hill districts of Assam with the Borail Range and Shillong Plateau being prominent features of the topography. This renders the district a rugged and hilly terrain which may present logistical challenges but more than recompensates for that with beautiful mountains, a pleasant climate unlike the steamy plains, a multitude of scenic waterfalls, pretty valleys, tranquil lakes and a bewildering mosaic of tribal cultures that define its cultural landscape which makes it ideal for tourism, adventure and leisure.

BEST TIME TO VISIT The best time to the visit dima hasao during autumn and winter or spring .

FAMOUS FOR Hills, Rivers, Waterfalls, Cultural

MAJOR ATTRACTION Hangrum, Jatinga, Laisong,Haflong


BY AIR:Dima Hasao is connected by road to cities like Guwahati and Silchar. You can get flights till Guwahati and Silchar Airports and then travel by roads to reach Dima Hasao. For reference, the road distance between Haflong and Silchar is 103.4 kilometers whereas that between Haflong and Guwahati is 333 kilometers.

BY RAIL:Dima Hasao has many railway stations. There are several passenger and express trains that ferry through these railway stations. Few of the trains that pass through those stations come from Guwahati and Silchar.

BY ROAD:The roads of Dima Hasao are well-connected to main cities like Guwahati, Silchar and Lanka. There are several buses, both private and state run along with Tata Sumos, Force Motor Cruisers, Force Motor Travellers, etc. , which offer transportation services from the main cities of Assam to Dima Hasao. For in-city transportation, you can avail shuttle cars, auto-rickshaws, cabs and other motor vehicles. For bus services from the state capital Guwahati to Haflong.


· Haflong

· Hajong Lake

· Hangrum

· Jatinga

· Laisong

· Maibang

· Panimur

· Thuruk

· Umrongso

· Bendao Baiglai Waterfalls

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