Assam Tour (2020) Tourism, Cuisine, Travel Guide and many more

Assam shares its borders with Arunachal Pradesh and the Kingdom of Bhutan. The state has a rich history, culture, tradition, and biodiversity. The world-famous Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park, two of the World Heritage Sites, are located within Assam. A lot of inscriptions since ancient times can be found in some of the historical places around Assam. The capital of Assam is Dispur and its located in North East India. 

Every Tourist feels excited about planning a trip to Assam but some might not be the same to travel to the Assam state because of the rough roads and other problems but they are wrong, in this blog I suggest you-

Why you should visit Assam once in your lifetime?

Assam a beautiful state offers tourists attractions, spiritual ambiance, the sacred river, and many more. You can see the beauty of nature in every step of Assam. You can take a boat ride around the mighty Brahmaputra river, also visit the Umananda island which is at the center of the river Brahmaputra. Majuli Island is one of the river islands of the world. Kaziranga National National Park which is the home for one-horned Rhinoceros, and also other animals and birds. Tourists can spend their quality time with their family and friends. 

Firstly, Assam is pretty popular for its Tea. Each year, Assam Tea is produced in huge quantities and the shipments holding the tea products are distributed far and wide. It is also considered one of the best teas in the world by tea-lovers. The tea plantations around Assam also make way for beautiful scenery in scenic locations.

Assam is also famous for its silk. There are basically three major types of silk produced in Assam-Golden Muga, White Pat and Warm Eri Silk. Almost 45% of the total agriculture population in Assam is engaged with silk production in Assam. It provides employment opportunities to hundreds of Assamese people.

Two of the most popular National Parks are located in Assam, with the status of the World Heritage Site. Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park. These sites were directly responsible for the conservation of many rare and endangered species of the animal kingdom. The One-horned Rhinoceros, Wild-Water Buffalo, Pygmy Hog, Tiger and several species of Birds all found their ultimate habitat here. The National Parks and Sanctuaries of Assam are also home to some of the rare species of trees and plants.

Assam was also the first site for oil drilling in Asia. The city of Dibrugarh is the main center of Oil and Natural Gas Industries. Guwahati, another city of Assam is one of the 100 fastest growing cities in the world and the gateway to North-East India. 

Historically, Assam has seen many dynasties and wars go by over the years. Beginning with the Stone Age, evidence of human settlements from the pre-historic era is still present in some regions of Assam. There are many historical locations where inscriptions from as early as the 9th Century can be found. From the Danava Dynasty and Naraka Dynasty whose last ruler fought for the Kauravas, in the epic Mahabharata battle. The Battle of Kurukshetra. To the Gupta dynasty of Samudragupta, Varmanas, the Mlechchha Dynasty, and the Kamarupa Dynasty. All the way down the timeline where the Chutiya Dynasty, Kachari dynasty, Ahoms, and Baro-Bhuyan dynasty lived in the rivalry. To the Colonial Era where the British took over India until they left. There is much history and all of this can be seen and understood much better in Assam. 

Places to see in Assam

There are many destinations in the various cities of Assam worth visiting once you reach Assam. These are some of the Places of Interest in Assam according to their respective cities.

Bongaigaon

  • Jogighopa and Pancharatna 
  • Koya-Kujia Beel
  • Rock Cut Caves
  • Sri Surya Pahar
  • Lalmati Duramari Ganesh Temple
  • Manas National Park (a section)
  • Kachugaon Game Reserve

Cachar

  • Khaspur
  • Silchar
  • Bhubaneshwar Temple
  • Kachari Fort
  • Kancha Kanti Kali Temple

Chirang

  • Kalamati
  • Bhumeshwar Hill
  • Manas National Park

Darrang

  • Orang National Park
  • Batha Beel
  • Gandhi Smriti Park
  • Bornadi Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Pukhuria Beel
  • Kamakshya Devalaya
  • Patharughat Saheed Minar
  • Baladev Pukhuri
  • Jaypal Pukhuri
  • Bhairabkunda

Digboi

  • Digboi Oil Refinery
  • Digboi Lake
  • Digboi Golf Course
  • War Cemetery
  • Margherita

Guwahati

  • Kamakhya Devi Temple
  • Assam State Museum
  • Dighali Pukhuri
  • Jor Phukuri
  • Nehru Park
  • Ugratara Temple
  • Cotton College
  • Umananda Temple
  • Iskcon Temple
  • Navagraha Temple
  • Guwahati Tea Auction Centre
  • Assam State Zoo and Botanical Garden
  • Sankardev Kalakshetra Museum
  • Purva Tirupati Shri Balaji Temple
  • Basistha Temple
  • Science Museum
  • Anthropological Museum
  • Saraighat Bridge
  • Doul Govinda Mandir
  • Deepor Beel

Halflong

  • Maibong
  • Jatinga
  • Haflong Hill
  • Haflong Lake

Dhemaji

  • Malinithan
  • Ghuguha Dol
  • Gerukamukh
  • Maa Manipur Than

Tezpur

  • Da-Parbatia
  • Bamuni Hills
  • Mahabhairab Temple
  • Agnigarh
  • Bhomoraguri
  • Hazara Pukhuri
  • Chitralekha Udyan

Hajo

  • Kedareshwar Temple
  • Powa Mecca
  • Joy Durga Temple
  • Dhopa Guri Satra
  • Hayagriva Madhava Temple

Majuli

  • Dakhinipat Satra
  • Garmur Satra
  • Auniati Satra
  • Tengapania
  • Kamalabari Satra

Sivasagar

  • Joy Sagar
  • Devi Dol
  • Shiva Dol
  • Vishnu Dol
  • Pani Dihing Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Charaideo
  • Ajan Pir Dargah
  • Chalapothar Shyam Gaon

Dibrugarh

  • Jeypore Rainforest
  • Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Namphake Village
  • Naharkatia Town
  • Koli Aai Thaan
  • Barbarua Maidam

Dima Hasao

  • Umrangso
  • Jatinga
  • Maibang
  • Haflong
  • Thuruk
  • Laisong
  • Panimur
  • Hajong
  • Harangajao

Goalpara

  • Urpad Beel Lake
  • Dadan Hill
  • Kumri Beel Lake
  • Sri Surya Pahar
  • Nandeswar Devalaya
  • Pir Majhar

Golaghat

  • Kaziranga National Park
  • Deopahar ruins
  • Garampani
  • Negheriting Shiva Mandir
  • Golaghat Baptist Church
  • Nambor Wildlife Sanctuary

Jorhat

  • Hoolong Gibbon National Park
  • Lachit Borphukan Maidam
  • Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar
  • Jorhat Gymkhana Club
  • Majuli Island
  • Molai Forest

Nagaon

  • Kaziranga National Park
  • Laokhowa Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Bordowa Satra
  • Samaguri Beel
  • Doboka
  • Jugijan
  • Hojai
  • Champawati Kunda
  • Maa Durga Mandir
  • Akashi-Ganga Waterfalls
  • Pokhi Tirtha

Sonitpur

  • Agnigarh Hill
  • Bamuni Hills
  • Chitralekha Udyan
  • Da Parbatia

Tinsukia

  • Dibru Saikhowa National Park
  • Tilinga Mandir
  • Barekuri Village

Things To Do In Assam

Wildlife Spotting

Explore the main attraction in Assam. Take a tour inside the National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries to spot animals in their natural habitat. The thrill of being so close to nature and wildlife featuring some of the rare and endangered species is just amazing. The lush green forests amidst the vast landscapes of these sites are one of the main attractions in Assam.

Boating and Cruising

Take a trip through the water bodies of Assam and enjoy the view while in the company of good food and music. You can visit the largest river island in the world, Majuli and explore the rich cultural heritage of the site. You can also take a cruise in the heart of the Brahmaputra river with great views of the surroundings.

Adventures

Assam is a state filled with hilly landscapes and picturesque valleys. The perfect destination for a wonderful adventure, filled with lush green forests, beautiful scenery and photographic locations. Whether you are trekking, river rafting, motorbiking or paragliding, the views are bound to take your breath away. 

Spiritual Sites

Assam is also a sacred land with ideal locations for people seeking spirituality. People from all around the world visit these holy sites like- Kamakhya Temple, Guru Tegh Bahadur Sahib and Christ Church. These are wonderful locations with magnificent scenery, worth visiting, for pilgrimage and sightseeing. The history behind these locations is sure to leave you astonished.

Historical Sites

Assam was under the rule of the Ahoms and many other dynasties that came and went by. Almost all of these dynasties have an abundance of history to portray when it comes to heritage. Travel back in time to unwind the history of these dynasties through some of the historic sites in Assam. 

Learn About History

You can also learn a lot about the history of the state by visiting the many museums around Assam. Filled with archaeological evidence with a huge collection of epigraphy, numismatics, and iconography. They offer great avenues to learn how culturally diverse Assam is at the moment. 

Festivity

Feast your eyes and ears to the music and dance of the beautiful cultures in Assam. Witness the tribes following their traditions and performing their cultural programs in Assam. In their colorful dresses and their unique instruments during the festive seasons. 

We, nature hunt a travel agency of Assam offer the best deals on Assam tour and other northeast Holiday Packages. We have our own properties for the travelers- Nature Hunt Eco Camp Kaziranga and Lake View Homestay Chandubi. These two homestays will make your tired body relaxed and calm. Eco Camp homestay is designed as the culture of Assam which is made up of mud, bamboo, and hay and it has its own tea garden. Melt in the beautiful locations of the Nature Hunt Eco Camp Homestay. Another one is Lake View Homestay which is faraway from Guwahati city and this serene place will make you fall in Love. This place is good for meditation. If anyone wants to make their vacation extra special contact the travel experts of nature hunt. 

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