Assam Travel

Assam Tour

GO where, THE MUGHALS COULDN’T REACH

At the gateway of the Northeast is Assam straddled by the seven sister states on all sides. History has it that the Mughal army was stopped by the AHOM (earlier name of Assam) rulers on the banks of Brahmaputra river. Endowed with one of the richest bio-diversity zones in the world; the state has two world heritage sights and five national parks. The epic river shapes the state’s fortune and fervor and it has two main valleys; the Brahmaputra and Barak.

Assam is a mélange of low riverine grasslands, terraced fields and thick tropical jungles. From soaking in the cultural experience at Majuli, the largest fresh water island; to enjoying an elephant safari at Kaziranga; the choice is yours. A visit to the vast tea plantations is a must for all who love the brew. For nature and wildlife enthusiasts the Kaziranga National Park and the Manas Wildlife Sanctuary; both world heritage sites does the trick. The one horned rhino is a sure bet to see in their most protected environment. It’s lets you study special Eco systems which are a lesson in conservation. Kamakhya temple is an ancient seat of worship with mystic customs right in Guwahati, the capital city. The culture and tradition of the state are best depicted at festivals while you might like to visit Haflong; Assam’s only mountain resort. A special note must be made of the mouthwatering Assamese cuisines that is available everywhere.

majuli

Explore the world largest river island Majuli

Golf

Uniquely Golfing with Eastern Voyages

Brahmhaputra

Cruising The Mighty Brahmaputra

Kaziranga-image

Exploring Wildlife Up and Close in Assam’s Kaziranga National Park

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Unraveling Thai Connections in Namphake Village Tour