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  • Lost in the beauty and charm of Assam. 🍀💜

    Kavya Jain
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  • Assam
    Assam, a treasure trove of diverse history and natural beauty! Be it the stunning beauty or the heart-warming ambience of the state, the misty outlook or the One-horned Rhinos, Assam undoubtedly makes it for an impeccable tourist destination.
  • Kaziranga National Park
    Kaziranga National Park
    Only natural home to the endangered One-horned Rhinoceros in the world, Kaziranga is one of the oldest and most stunning wildlife protected areas in India. Located in the Golaghat, the sanctuary has stunning range of wildlife like One-horned Rhinos, Elephants, Indian Tigers, etc!
  • Majuli
    Spreading over 1,, Majuli is surrounded by the mighty Brahmaputra and is known for its vibrant cultures and traditions. Home to the natives called ‘Misings’; this fresh water island is in fact the largest river island in the world!
  • Assam
    Celebrated thrice in a year, Bihu is mainly celebrated to welcome the different seasons and appreciate their offerings. Enjoyed throughout the state with joy and vigour, this festival stands as a testimony to the universal brotherhood, peace and love that exist in every corner!
  • Tinsukia
    The ‘Oil City of Assam’ or Digboi is located in the Tinsukia district of Assam. Home to the first oil refinery in the country as well as in the entire of Asia; Digboi Oil Refinery, this scenic town stands as a lively testimony to Assam’s British era.
  • Nameri National Park
    Nameri National Park
    If you are an ardent fan of adventure and thrill, Nameri National Park should be your next adventure destination. The Jia Bhorali River passing through this sanctuary makes it for an enchanting destination for adventure sports like river rafting and Golden Mahsheer fishing!
  • Sualkuchi
    Popularly called the Manchester of Assam, Sualkuchi is the home to some of the finest silk producing units in India. The silks used in the colourful Assamese attires are majorly crafted from Sualkuchi silks. Moreover, this town is also known for its mixed diversity and beauty!
  • Umananda Temple
    Umananda Temple
    Resembling the shape of a peacock, the Umananda or Peacock Island is surrounded by the mighty Brahmaputra on all the sides, it is the smallest river island in Assam and is a delight for activities like picnic, day outing and much more. It can be easily reached by ferries!
  • Dibrugarh
    If you're drinking a cup of the finest quality tea anywhere in the world, there is a 70% chance that the tea was blended in Dibrugarh! Also known as the ‘Tea City of India’, this town is known for its finest blends of tea leaves and is also the largest tea producer in the world!
  • Kamakhya Temple
    Kamakhya Temple
    With the Mother Goddess Kamakhya as the main deity, this pious temple is one of the 51 Shakti Pithas. Situated atop the Nilachal Hill in Guwahati, this 8th century temple is a prime pilgrim centre for the Hindus and is visited by millions of devotees every year!
  • Brahmaputra River
    Brahmaputra River
    The mighty Brahmaputra is also an ideal river cruise destination in the country. A cruise down this stunning river will take you through most of the remarkable and stunning spots in Assam. In parts of the river, you can also experience river rafting and delightful boat rides.
  • Agnigarh
    Legends say, this ancient fortress was once the residence of a princess called ‘Usha’, who was in love with ‘Aniruddha’, the grandson of Lord Krishna. But as she belonged to the demon clan, Usha’s father didn’t approve their relation and kept his daughter guarded in this fort!
  • Manas National Park
    Manas National Park
    Manas is recognized not only for it's rich biodiversity, but also for it's spectacular scenery and natural landscape which includes a range of forested hills, alluvial grasslands and tropical evergreen forests! The park is near Manas river which is a tributary of Brahmaputra!
  • Haflong
    Known for it's beautiful landscapes, valleys and mountains, Haflong is popular among campers and nature enthusiasts. Also famous are it's lakeside resorts and is visited primarily for the adventures like trekking and paragliding. The Haflong lake is a must see and so is Jatinga!
  • Haflong
    Another attraction apart from Haflong in Dima Hasao district is the Bendao Bagilai waterfall! A day picnic here is a must!
  • Haflong
    And with this, we are done with the Trail across Assam! This state is the perfect place to go for a backpacker on a budget! The food, the people and the place is just too breathtaking to miss! And an added bonus: The Mighty Brahmaputra!



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