4 Stunning Locations To Explore On Your Trip To Assam

4 Stunning Locations To Explore On Your Trip To Assam


Noted for its wildlife, history, tea plantations, archaeological and spiritual splendor. Bounded by Arunachal Pradesh and Bhutan to the north, Meghalaya, Mizoram, and Tripura to the south, Nagaland and Manipur to the east, and West Bengal via Siliguri to the west, Assam covers 78,438 sq. km. territory.

Assam offers full of thrilling experiences, one of the treasure troves of India. A wide range of tourist locations throughout the terrain will make your holiday eventful. So, if you’re ready to explore and enjoy Assam to the hilt, book an all-inclusive northeast tour package from a reputed travel agency near you.

Let’s know about the four destinations in Assam that will sweep you off your feet.

Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Assam, known for its great Indian one-horned rhinoceros. The region is located in the heart of Assam and its parts belong to the districts of Golaghat, Nagaon, and Sonitpur in this northeast Indian state. The region of this national park is one of the last regions in eastern India.

Kohora is the main spot for tourists approaching Kaziranga, on National Highway 37 well connected with Guwahati to the west and Jorhat to the east. November to April is the ideal time to explore this wildlife territory.

Wildlife habitats: One-horned Indian Rhinoceros, Asiatic elephants, wild water buffalo, sambar deer, swamp deer, hoolock gibbon, sloth bear, tiger, capped langur, hog deer, Indian leopard, small Indian civets, large Indian civets, small Indian mongoose, Indian grey mongoose, etc.

In Kaziranga National Park, there are over 480 species of birds (resident and migratory), such as the great Indian hornbill, Bengal florican, herons, eagles, waterfowl, Indian roller, Asian barred owlet, white-winged duck. Explore northeast packages from a wide range of choices.

Kamakhya Temple

One of the most revered places of Tantric practices, the Kamakhya Temple nestled at Nilachal hills in Guwahati, is devoted to Maa/Goddess Kamakhya, one of the 51 Shakti pithas.

Ambubachi Mela is the festival celebrating the menstruation of the Goddess and is believed during this period, the earth becomes fertile. From Guwahati Railway Station, the mandir is about 8 km. October to April is the best month to visit Kamakhya Temple.

Kakochang Waterfalls

Kakochang Waterfall is one of the top tourist attractions in Assam, easy to access from Bokakhat 13 km away (a little town in Golaghat district). The location is near Kaziranga, close to Naharjan Gaon village, bounded by lush espresso and tea plantations.

This stunning waterfall is some 30 km from the Orchid Park in Kaziranga, ideal for trek lovers. You can visit during the post-monsoon period or between the months of October and April. Avail of a budget-friendly northeast tour package for your trip to Assam.

Panimoor Falls

An absolutely scenic destination for nature enthusiasts is Panimoor Falls, located in the North Cachar Hill district in Assam. From Haflong, Panimooor Waterfall is some 120 km away.

There are huge stones and the water of the Kopili River flows out with full force. The sound of gushing streams falling over the rocks amplifies the thrilling delights. The best time for witnessing the ardour of Panimoor Falls is winter or autumn. Best to avoid the monsoon season.

Assam is a great destination for trekking, river rafting, kayaking, wildlife safari, hang gliding, mountain biking, rock climbing, parasailing, angling, and paragliding. Map out your Assam plan as your heart desires with your expert tour guide.

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