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Discover the Gateway of Northeast India as you visit Guwahati with Assam tour packages from Thrillophilia. Curated by destination experts, our packages have been thoughtfully designed to cater to all your interests and preferences. Be it a family vacation, a trip with friends, a romantic getaway with your partner, or a solo adventure, our Guwahati tour packages suit every travel plan.

Renowned for being the land of the ancient Kamakhya Temple, Guwahati is a city filled with iconic heritage attractions and unforgettable natural wonders. You can gaze at the stars from the Guwahati Planetarium or enjoy hours of shopping at the massive Fancy Bazaar on your Guwahati trip. From ancient shrines like Umananda and Ugratara Temples and museums narrating the history of the region to natural escapades like Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, the city has it all.

Thrillophilia’s Guwahati packages are inclusive of accommodation, meals, activities or transfers. Be it last-minute queries or doubts about your itinerary, our support team is ready to help you 24x7. So, browse through our Guwahati tours and choose the one that suits your budget for a stress-free vacation with your loved ones.

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Best Time for Guwahati Trip:

Guwahati is a year-round destination, so the best time to book Guwahati tour packages depends on your seasonal preferences.

1. Peak Season - November to March marks the peak season for travellers visiting Guwahati. In these months, the weather is cool and pleasant, with temperatures ranging between 13 degrees and 31 degrees Celsius. Explore major attractions like the Kamakhya Temple, and Assam State Zoo or take a Brahmaputra River cruise. January also marks the Bihu festival, when you can participate in festivities and discover the beauty of local cultural traditions. 

2. Shoulder Season - April and October are the shoulder seasons when visitors are fewer in the city. These two months offer pleasant weather that is ideal for outdoor activities. You can also visit Purva Tirupati Sri Balaji Temple and enjoy shopping at Fancy Bazaar.

3. Waning Season - May to September is the waning season in Guwahati, with higher chances of rainfall. Visiting in this period lets you attend local festivals like Bihu and Ambubachi Mela. Additionally, you can plan a visit to Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary.

How to Reach Guwahati:

1. By Air - The easiest way to reach Guwahati is by taking a flight to Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (GAU). The airport is well-connected to major Indian cities like Delhi, Kolkata and Agartala. These flights can take around 2 to 5 hours depending on your source city. The distance between the airport and the city centre is approximately 20 kilometres which can be covered by bus or taxi in around 40 minutes. 

2. By Road - There are three main bus terminals in Guwahati, namely ISBT Guwahati, Paltan Bazar and Adabari. All three are well-connected by private and state buses and national highways to several neighbouring cities and states. For private cars and vehicles, you need to take NH-40 to reach the city.

3. By Rail - Guwahati has two major railway stations, namely Guwahati and Kamakhya, that are connected to all major Indian cities by passenger, express and superfast trains, including Rajdhani and Vande Bharat Express.

Places to Visit on Guwahati Tour:

Here are some of the best places to visit in Guwahati:

1. Kamakhya Temple: Renowned as one of the holiest pilgrimage sites in the Indian subcontinent, Kamakhya Temple is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas of Goddess Parvati. The temple, which stands on the Nilanchali Hills and is believed to be several centuries old, is revered for its divine powers and age-old Tantric practices. This temple celebrates the power of women to create life and is visited by thousands of devotees every year.

2. Assam State Museum: Discover the fascinating history and heritage of the Northeast at the Assam State Museum during your Guwahati tours. The artefacts here date from the 5th century to the Second World War, encapsulating the region’s past. Walk through the galleries and spot stunning statues, sculptures, handicrafts and much more as you listen to the intriguing stories behind them.

3. Umananda Temple: An unmissable place to visit as part of Guwahati tour packages is the Umananda Temple which lies in the middle of River Brahmaputra. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple stands on the world’s smallest inhabited river island, the Peacock Island. You can embark on a daytime boat trip with your loved ones on the Brahmaputra to explore this unique wonder of Guwahati.

4. Alfresco GrandAdmire the mesmerising beauty of Guwahati as you book a cruise on Alfresco Grand with our Guwahati packages. Unmatched luxury, all-around amenities, and delectable meals are on offer as you glide along the mighty Brahmaputra. Opt for an evening cruise to be awed by the beautiful sunset or go for a dinner cruise to witness Guwahati from a never-seen-before perspective.

5. Nehru Park: Enjoy a day out with family and friends as you visit Nehru Park, a must-visit attraction on Guwahati tours. This central park of Guwahati is perfect for a sunny picnic excursion with its lush greenery and open garden area. Its rock gardens, open-air theatre and artificial ponds create a natural haven for you within the city.

6. Guwahati Planetarium: You get to admire the stars and planets with your kids from the majestic Guwahati Planetarium. Located on MG Road in the city centre, the planetarium hosts regular skywatching sessions as well as special shows in English, Hindi, and Assamese. Quench your curiosity about the universe as you spend a few hours here with your loved ones.

7. Assam State ZooExplore Northeast India’s largest zoo with Guwahati tour packages as you visit the Assam State Zoo. Situated in the Guwahati’s Hengrabari Forest Area, the zoo is home to more than 900 animals, reptiles, and birds from around 110 different species. Some popular inmates include leopards, swamp tapirs, ostriches, kangaroos, giraffes, and the iconic one-horned rhinoceros.

8. Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary: If you are up for a wildlife adventure, you need to visit Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary as part of Guwahati holiday packages. Situated on the borders of Kamrup and Nagaon, the sanctuary has the world’s densest population of one-horned rhinoceroses. Apart from the wilderness, you also get to explore a weaver’s village at Sualkuchi, the pilgrimage of Hajo and witness local cultural traditions come to life.

9. Navagraha Temple: A calming spiritual experience awaits with Guwahati packages at the Navagraha Temple, which is a revered Hindu shrine. It is believed that the temple is the abode of the Sun and houses nine Shivalingams representing the nine planetary deities. The shrine dates to the late eighteenth century and has an elaborate architectural style that will leave you mesmerised.

10. Madan Kamdev: Madan Kamdev, one of the offbeat destinations to visit with Guwahati tour packages, is an archaeological wonder located on the outskirts of the city. These ruins are said to be the remains of around 20 ancient temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. The site has numerous ancient sculptures and idols of Madan Kamdev and dates to the 10th century when the Palas ruled the region.

Things to Do on Guwahati Tour:

Here are some of the best things to do in Guwahati:

1. See Artefacts at Assam State Museum: The perfect destination for history enthusiasts, the Assam State Museum has numerous artefacts dating from the 5th century to the Second World War. Discover the enthralling past of the Northeast as you witness artefacts like sculptures, statues, handicrafts and much more in the museum galleries. You also get to learn fascinating stories about the region’s historical and cultural traditions here.

2. Stargazing at Guwahati Planetarium: One of the best places to visit with Guwahati tour packages, the Guwahati Planetarium offers fun opportunities to explore the universe from land. Be it regular skywatching sessions or special shows displayed on the dome of the planetarium, this is a truly immersive experience for space lovers. Gaze at the stars and planets and learn intriguing facts about the universe from experts at the planetarium.

3. Explore Shrimanta Shankardeva Kalakshetra: Indulge in the rich cultural traditions of the city as you visit the Shrimanta Shankardeva Kalakshetra with Guwahati tour packages. With a museum, library, children’s park and art gallery in store, the cultural centre aims to preserve and promote Assamese heritage. Explore traditional Assamese structures and learn about the local people and their lives at the Kalakshetra.

4. Enjoy the Science Magic Show at the Regional Science Centre: The Regional Science Centre is a must-visit for science enthusiasts of all ages on during a Guwahati trip. It is best known for the Science Magic Show, where a stereoscopic digital 3D cinema projection facility is used to make pictures come to life. Wear 3D glasses and immerse yourself in the thrills of these sci-fi videos here.

5. See Wildlife at Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary: An offbeat wildlife adventure is in store at Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, where you can easily spot the majestic one-horned rhinoceros in its natural habitat. As you explore the sanctuary which lies beyond the city centre, you get to admire animals in their natural habitat amidst dense forests. This also serves as the gateway to the weaving village of Sualkuchi and the Hajo pilgrimage centre.

6. Pray at Kamakhya Temple: Seek blessings of the Divine Goddess as you visit the Kamakhya Temple with Guwahati packages. Situated atop the Nilanchali Hills, this Shakti Peetha is renowned for being one of the oldest temples in India and a revered centre of Tantricism. The temple attracts thousands of visitors during the Ambubachi Festival and symbolises the strength of women as creators of life.

7. Shop at Fancy Bazaar: Popularly known as the Chandni Chowk of Guwahati, Fancy Bazaar is a one-stop shopping destination you need to visit with Guwahati tour packages. This flea market has countless shops and stalls that sell all kinds of products at unbelievably affordable prices. Shop for souvenirs for your loved ones and explore the crowded alleys to find unique objects and artefacts here.

8. Stroll Around Nehru Park: Relax and unwind in a natural escape right at the heart of Guwahati as you explore Nehru Park on Guwahati tours. Known for its lush greenery, tall trees, artificial ponds and calming ambience, the park is ideal for a day picnic or a simple evening stroll. Admire the sculptures on the pathways and spend a memorable time with your loved ones here.

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How much Guwahati trip cost?

Guwahati tour packages can cost anywhere between INR 9,000 and INR 30,000, depending on the number of days and variety of experiences and activities on the itinerary. Thrillophilia’s packages are inclusive of meals, accommodation, transfers, and activities, ensuring that you have a stress-free and budget-friendly vacation with your loved ones.

How many days are enough for the Guwahati trip?

Three to five days are ideal if you wish to leisurely explore the city with Guwahati tour packages. This period gives you ample time to discover the city’s prominent attractions like Kamakhya Temple and also go for offbeat activities like wildlife tours. Choose Thrillophilia for your travel plans to have a relaxed Guwahati vacation.

What can you see in Guwahati in 5 days?

Five days are enough to explore all the major tourist attractions in Guwahati. You can comfortably explore spiritual destinations like Kamakhya and Umananda Temples as well as wildlife hubs like the Assam State Zoo and Pobitora Sanctuary. You can go stargazing at Guwahati Planetarium, explore museums and shop till you drop at Guwahati’s Fancy Bazaar in five days.

Are 2 days enough for a Guwahati tour?

Yes, two days are enough to cover major attractions on your Guwahati trip. It is recommended that you plan your itinerary well so you don’t miss out on any experience. However, if you want a leisurely travel plan you can extend your visit for at least three to five days.

Why is Guwahati so famous?

Guwahati ranks among the most popular destinations in India’s northeast and is best known for the ancient temple of Kamakhya. From a vibrant cultural heritage and numerous ancient shrines to museums and wildlife experiences, Guwahati has something to offer for everyone. You can even witness the majestic one-horned rhinoceros here, among many other adventures.

What are the best temples to visit in Guwahati?

  1. Umananda Temple: Located in the middle of the Brahmaputra River on the world’s smallest inhabited riverine island, Umananda Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The only way to reach this ancient shrine is by boat which operates in the daytime. You can also spot the rare and endangered Golden Langurs, which are believed to be sacred, here on Umananda Island.
  2. Kamakhya Temple: Among the most iconic spiritual destinations in the Northeast, the Kamakhya Temple is an ancient shrine dedicated to the Divine Feminine. One of the 51 Shakti Peethas in the Indian subcontinent, Kamakhya is said to be the place where Goddess Sati’s yoni fell. The temple symbolises the power of women as creators and is a must-visit for all devotees.
  3. Ugratara Temple: Dedicated to Devi Tara, this Shakti temple dates back to the eighteenth century and is located in the heart of Guwahati. Unlike most Hindu temples, Ugratara Temple has a pitch of water that is worshipped instead of an idol of Goddess Tara. The complex also has a sacred water tank which is said to have survived a devastating earthquake.
  4. Tirupati Balaji: One of the newest temples you can explore with Guwahati tour packages is the Tirupati Balaji Temple, dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara. Admire this stunning replica of the original Tirupati Balaji of Andhra Pradesh and seek the blessings of the deity. The idol here has been carved out of a single stone slab and is said to weigh more than four tonnes.

Which are the best trekking tours in Guwahati?

Assam is one such ideal state in India where you can enjoy thrilling activities and trekking is one of them. Surrounded by greenery and hills, this place is one of the ultimate destinations which can offer you the fun of trekking with all sort of challenge levels. Some of the popular trekking tours of the area are as follows:

  1. Tawang Tour
  2. Horn-bill festival & Dzukou Valley Trek
  3. Chang La Pass Trek
  4. Namdapha Wildlife Trek

Which are the best Cycling tour routes in Guwahati?

Cycling is another adventure activity which one shall look forward to. If you are an escapade lover, then this kind of tour certainly for you. You can opt from several routes mentioned and plan your fun accordingly. Keep in mind to carry certain basic things like Sunglasses, walking shoes and more. Some of the best cycling tour routes you can explore are:

  1. Tribal land of seven sisters
  2. Guwahati Tawang expedition
  3. Guwahati Dimapur route

What are the famous places to visit on a sightseeing tour in Guwahati?

Sightseeing is the most happening aspect of your trip to Guwahati. You will come across various mesmerizing beauty making your journey a memorable one. With numbers of temples to picturesque charm you will find all here. Some of the popular sightseeing locations you will find here are:

  1. Uma Nanda Temple
  2. Pandu, a river port
  3. Assam State Zoo
  4. Mechuka and Dambuk
  5. The Green Virgins

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