The north-eastern state of Assam derives its name from the Sanskrit word ‘Ahom’, which means ‘unparalleled’ because of its unequal terrain interspersed with beautiful valleys and hills. The myriad hues of nature from hillocks, woods, brooks, and streams are witness to the exotic flora and fauna unique to this region. An abode of one-horned rhino, blue rivers, and red mountains, aromatic tea gardens make tourism here a special experience. You can enjoy this rich natural beauty of Assam with a well=designed jeep safari tour. Lasting approximately 3 to 4 hours, these tours take you through the length and breadth of the region and reveal the hidden wonders of the natural world to you. A knowledgeable guide accompanies you on these jeep safari tours and educates you about the life inside the forests of Assam. There are many unique sights and sounds to be experienced here. Among exotic animals, you can catch glimpses of animals like one horned rhinoceros with wild buffalos, elephants, tigers, a variety of deer, bears, pythons, and monitor lizards.
Grand birds like crested serpent eagles, Pella's fishing eagles and Grey headed fishing Eagles also roam the wilds of Assam’s Kaziranga National Park and birds jungle fowls, Bengal florican and water fowls, pelicans, and geese further enliven the landscape. Assam bears a testimony of rich cultural heritage through its temples, monuments and the torrential Brahmaputra River. Visit the earliest surviving ancient monument- The Kamakhya Temple, one of the most venerated temples in the country. Take a ferry ride across the mighty Brahmaputra and explore the largest inhabited river island ‘Majuli’ in the world.
The Hindu monasteries and Mishing tribal villages are star attractions of this island. Stroll through paddy fields, migratory birds, and cotton trees and become one with nature. Discover why Assam Tea is the strongest in the world, visit the lush green tea estates and indulge in tea tastings, ethnic fairs and tea festivals. The state hosts the hulky yet adorable one horned Rhino in Kaziranga National Park. Sing, dance and feasts on subtle fish tenga and sweets during the ‘Magh Bihu’, harvest festival. Indulge in the best jeep safari tours in Assam and get ready to explore this veritable paradise.