Gift yourself a package to visit this iconic Indian state of the Northeast region. Flocks of tourists swarm to this place every year to witness the glorious and fantastic secret of this wonderland. The place never fails to overwhelm its visitors with mesmerizing beauty and a tranquil environment. Take a peek at this region and receive the gift of this beautiful northeastern state. From ancient temples to wildlife sanctuaries, this unique state has something to give to everyone.

How to Reach

By Air : Guwahati Airport and Tezpur Airport are two well-connected air bases to reach Assam. You can reach your desired place by booking private vehicles from there.

By Rail : Assam is well-connected by railway networks. Guwahati railway station recieves trains from almost all parts of the country.

By Road : The state is well-connected by roadway networks. You can visit your desired destinations from Guwahati.

Best Time To Visit

Summer : April marks the beginning of summer in Assam and lasts until June. The average temperature ranges between 25°Cto 32°C during summer.

Monsoon : The duration between June to September constitutes monsoon in Assam. The average temperature remains 24°C to 31°C.

Winter : Winter (October to February) is the best season to visit Assam as the weather remains pleasant. The average temperature ranges between 8°C to 20°C.

Fascinating Places To Visit

Kaziranga National Park Img Credit : RAJEEV BASUMATARY on wikimedia
Kaziranga National Park

Take a trip to Kaziranga National Park and explore this region, home to one-horned rhinos. This Park is one of the most sought tourist destinations sprinkled with elephant meadows, lagoons, and dense forests. It is also a breeding ground for elephants, water buffalo, and swamp deer. The tall elephant grass and marshland undoubtedly make the Park appear beautiful, but the presence of the Brahmaputra River adds magic.

Manas National Park Img Credit : Anushila Bharali on wikimedia
Manas National Park

Manas National Park is located on the foothills of the Himalayas, where the hills give way to alluvial grasslands and tropical forests. The sanctuary houses various wildlife, including endangered species such as the Assam roofed turtle, pygmy hog, and hispid hare.

Kamakhya Temple Religious Expedition Img Credit : SurajJC on wikimedia
Kamakhya Temple Religious Expedition

You can go on a religious expedition to one of these sacred places in Assam. The Kamakhya Temple is nestled at the Nilachal hills in Guwahati. The oldest and most revered Tantric practices here are dedicated to the goddess Kamakhya. The temple is the site of the Ambubachi Mela, an annual festival celebrating the deity's menstruation.

Majuli Island Largest Riverine Island Img Credit : Kalai Sukanta on wikimedia
Majuli Island Largest Riverine Island

The biggest river island is located on Brahmaputra Island in Assam. This place, surrounded by lush greeneries, is a pollution-free zone. The festival of this island is unique and vibrant, which become the major source of tourist attractions. Raas Purnima, Paal Naam, and Bathow Puja are among the major festivals celebrated on this island by the local folks. Bird watching from this island forms another source of tourist attraction.

Hoollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary
Hoollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary

 The sanctuary is an isolated and protected area of evergreen forest. It is home to the Bengal slow loris, the country's only ape species and nocturnal primate. Other animals found in the sanctuary are jungle cats, leopards, wild boars, and others. 219 bird species and different kinds of snakes live in this sanctuary.

Kakochang Waterfalls
Kakochang Waterfalls

This magnificent waterfall makes you awestruck with its pristine clear waters falling from the hilltop, getting accumulated below in the natural pond. The sprinkling drops on your face with a blend of fresh air makes this place a magical realm. The wet rocks and greenery add extra grace to the whole surrounding.

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