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Places To Visit Assam

HOLA amazing viewers! So how are all of you? I am sure all of you are pretty anxious about where to plan your upcoming vacation after the pandemic as it’s been so boring and high time to soothe your mind amidst nature. So today I would like to suggest this “peerless” state which is the magnum opus creation of nature. Any guesses? Yes, you got it right- welcome to ASSAM. Here are the Places which one should Visit in Assam, so here we go:

  •  Majuli: The largest river island surrounded by the Brahmaputra river and known for its vibrant traditions. Its beauty is worth capturing once.

places to visit assam

 Timings: The ferry service starts from 8:00 AM and runs till 4:00 PM in the evening.
Entry Fee: There is no entry fee to visit the island. However, you would have to pay for the ferry service to reach the island.

Tip: Witness the Sattriya Dance on the island as it’s a beautiful sight you cannot afford to miss.

  • Dibrugarh: The lush tea gardens which are so appealing that you would want to just lie down and paint it, just to keep it forever with you. Top Tea Gardens in Assam is Mangalam Tea Estate, Manjushree Tea Garden, and Meleng Tea Estate.

places to visit assam

 Entry Fee: no entry fees

Tip: the tea festival is from November to January, a magnificent event to attend.

  • Kaziranga National Park: being home to, Indian one-horned Rhinos and many other exotic species, it is one of the major attractions of Assam. the vast terrains of the park have gorgeous flora and fauna. Apart from the rhinos, you can also spot tigers, swamp deer, leopards, hoolock gibbons, and other animals.

 Timings: 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 50 for Indian tourists and INR 500 for foreign tourists, and additional charges for camera & activities
Location: Kanchanjuri, Assam

Tip: if your trip is between mid-November to early April, it is the best time to visit the national park.

  •  Bihu and Tea Festival: A very vibrant and exciting festival which is celebrated thrice a year to appreciate the offerings of different seasons. Folk music, cheerful voices, and colorful clothes are boon to eyes.

 Timing: Throughout the day during the respective festivals

Entry fee: No entry fee

Tip: do Dress up like the locals and try to indulge in traditional affairs to get a good memory of the Assamese festival.

  • River Brahmaputra: A cruise ride in River Brahmaputra along with witnessing the sunset is totally wonderful. This is an experience which you just can’t afford to lose.

Places to visit assam

Timings: 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Entry Fee: INR 150 to 250
Location: A. T. Road, Bharalumukh, Guwahati, Kamrup, Assam

Tip: in case you plan to travel from Guwahati, The river cruising can be enjoyed in two ways, upstream and downstream, wherein the upstream begins from Guwahati. So, the route can be chosen as per your convenience.

PS-don’t forget to carry your camera.

  •  Sivasagar: To unveil the facts of the whom kingdom, you really should visit the most famous historical attraction of Assam.{Rang Ghar (the amphitheater) and Karen Ghar (the last palace of the kings)}. These sites are believed to be associated with the fascinating tales of the Ahom Kingdom, which would make your holiday experience more enriching.

 Timings: 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 5 for Indians and INR 100 for foreigners
Location: AT Road, Joysagar, Dicial Dhulia Gaon, Assam

Tip, also make sure that you visit the impeccable Panidihing Bird Sanctuary and the Sivasagar Tai Museum.

  • Sualkuchi: Assam known for its handloom industry and best quality silk, do visit the Sualkuchi, Located 35 km away from Guwahati to witness weaver’s magic and their efforts.

 Timings: NA

Entry Fee: No entry fee to visit the town.
Location: Kamrup District, Assam

Tip: Being a crafts village, Sualkuchi is a great place to shop. So in case you are looking for elegant fabrics and gifts, make sure you get your hands on the best sarees, scarves, and bamboo handicrafts.

  •  River Lobha: Magic of nature, something you must have heard of but you can surely witness it with your own eyes; passing from Shillong to Silchar, the river changes its color as per the season and is surrounded by breathtaking views around it. You can stop midway and absorb nature whilst capturing some incredible memories for yourself too.

 Timings: While you can admire the beauty of the river at any hour of the day, the best time to witness it is during daylight.
Entry Fee: There is no entry fee for visiting the river.
Location: Shillong – Silchar

Tip: Do capture panoramic shots of the river.

  •  Kamakhya Temple: Build amidst the hills there are many legends behind the shrines which will leave you astonished, even though you are not so religious; you should visit the temple for getting the essence of their culture.

Timings: 5:30 AM to 10:00 PM
Entry Fee: There are no charges for visiting the temple.
Location: Kamakhya, Guwahati, Assam

Tip: Make sure you dress decently while you visit the temple and follow all instructions.

 12) River Rafting: In case you are looking for adventure and thrill, then taking a refreshing river rafting session will surely be very exciting. Activities such as fishing can also be done during the raft.

Timings: 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Entry Fee: INR 20 for national park
Location: Sonitpur, Guwahati

Tip: Plan your visit during early hours to encounter the best experiences and ensuring safety too.

 13) Haflong: Known as ‘Ant Hill Town’ and ’Switzerland of East’, it lures everyone due to its scenic visions and calmness engulfed and a lot more for a refreshing stay.

Timings: NA
Entry Fee: No entry fee
Location: Dima Hasao district

Tip: The place is for hiking experiences in winter

 15) Dhubri: A serene hamlet, also known as ‘Land of Rivers’, is one of the oldest towns of Assam with mesmerizing beauty. It is jotted by the Brahmaputra River on three sides and share boundaries with Bangladesh, West Bengal, and Meghalaya. The place is home to Gurdwara Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib that is one of the most prominent Gurdwaras in the world.

Timings: NA
Entry Fee: No entry fee
Location: Dhubri town

Tip: Dress decently for visiting religious places.

 18) Tezpur: According to the folklore, the ancient residence of Tezpur was once resided by a princess called Usha who was in love with Aniruddha, grandson of Lord Krishna. Usha belonged to the demon clan and her father disapproved of their union. He guarded Usha inside the fort surrounded by fire and hence the fort was named Agnigrah.

Timings: NA
Entry Fee: No entry fee
Location: Sonitpur district

Tip: The place is known for its serenity and fascinating sceneries.

So, friends, this was all about the places you should visit for experiencing calmness amidst your busy lives and for self-introspecting oneself too.

Assam’s beauty and culture will definitely make u fall in love with it and it will be one of your best-cherished trips. So when are you guys planning your holidays?

Places To Visit Assam

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