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Places To Visit In Assam

 
  • 01Kaziranga, The Enriched Wildlife Tour

    Kaziranga, The Enriched Wildlife Tour
    • d3 Daysn2 Nights
    • lGuwahati
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    • Aniruddha Das
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      Aniruddha Das

    2 N/3 D : Guwahati – Kaziranga – Guwahati

    What will you do : Camping, Safari, Jeep Safari, Elephant Safari

    What will you see : Kaziranga National Park, One-horned Rhinos, Wildlife, Exotic Birds

    For those people, who have a passion and desire to watch different forms of wildlife and species of birds, there cannot be any tours that can surpass the wilderness and appeal of this tour. It will take you to Assam, the most enriched part of North-East and known for being the home for various animals and the home to some of the finest blends of tea in the world. Pristine nature, undulated breeze and the enchanting range of Assam will surely fulfil all your yearnings for the most astounding wildlife tour. Also, wildlife safaris in the itinerary will add more fun, thrill and excitement to this tour. 

  • 02Manas National Park Tour

    Manas National Park Tour
    • d3 Daysn2 Nights
    • lGuwahati
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    • Dipankar Borkakati
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      Dipankar Borkakati

    2N/3D : Guwahati-Manas National Park-Guwahati

    What will you do : Elephant safari, jeep safari

    What will you see : Scenic beauty, enchanting landscapes, Manas National Park, enriched wildlife

    This tour brings a traveller closer to the beauty hidden behind the North-Eastern parts of India. Though short, this tour is all about relaxation, rejuvenation as well as adventure and excitement. It is an ideal tour to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and a blissful weekend.

    Declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Manas National Park will surely enthral the visitors with its rare and endangered species. 

  • 03Brahmaputra River Rafting in Assam, 2015

    Brahmaputra River Rafting in Assam, 2015
    • d14 Daysn13 Nights
    • lDibrugarh
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      Code: 3713222

    About the Destination:

    The ferocious and mighty Brahmaputra river unravels many charms for rafting enthusiasts. With this adventure extravaganza, enjoy the upper waters that make its way through some of the most isolated areas in India. The source of the river lies in the frosty glaciers of Tibet. Along the course, it meanders into India and then descends in full force to the Himalayan countryside and later makes its way to the plains. While winding through the celestial like Himalayas, the river unfolds some great avenues for water rafting with large stretches of Grade III and IV rapids and the occasional Class IV+ rapid.

    This enthralling experience Brahmaputra River Rafting starts with 3 day drive from Dibrugarh. In the beginning, enjoy a ferry ride that is flanked by greenery all around. From Tuting, indulge in rip-roaring times over 7 days and challenge the exciting rapids. Adding to the thrill of the experience is setting tents in uninhabited areas by the river and some nights inside a massive canyon. The river experience finishes at Pasighat from where you return to Dibrugarh packed with awesome memories of the trip.

    Meal Types: Vegetarian or Non-vegetarian (vegetarian being the primary choice)

    Activities: Rafting, camping, sightseeing*Check if we could put kayaking or hiking (on relaxation days taken from the itinerary) as one of the activities

    Duration: 13 Nights / 14 Days

    Difficulty Level: Vigorous

    Temperature: Around  10-12degrees (Days) and  3-4degrees (Nights)

    Maximum Altitude: Tuting at 700 M

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    Places To Visit In Assam

    Assam, the cradle of the North-East, is the gateway to the mesmerising North-East India. Sharing its boundaries with Bhutan, Bangladesh, West Bengal and other major states, the state with all its cheerful vibes and natural beauty, makes it for a delightful holiday destination.Guarded by scenic hills, surrounded by the mighty Brahmaputra and bestowed with a mixture of different traditions and cultures, the state showcases a stunning range of places to visit. While in one hand, it is the largest tea producer in the world, on the other hand, it takes the pride of being the only natural home to the endangered one-horned Rhinos.

    Among the places to visit in Assam are Majuli - the largest river island in the world, Guwahati - the commercial centre of North-East, Tejpur - the cultural bowl of Assam, Shivasagar -the land of Lord Shiva and many several other places whose immaculate beauty can only be witnessed and just not described.