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Overview Of Assam Tour Packages

Assam tour packages –  Assam covers an area of 78,438 km (30,285 sq mi). The territory of Assam is involved the strong waterway Brahmaputra, normally known as Red and it is streaming across the state, encompassed by slopes on one or the other side, shaping blue mists. Assam is a place where there is around 25 million individuals arranged in the upper east corner of India. The main language of Assam is Assamese albeit countless different dialects are spoken. Assam turned into a constituent territory of India in 1950. In 1961 and 1962 Chinese military, questioning the Mc Mahon Line as the limit between India and Tibet involved a piece of the North-East Frontier Agency (presently Arunachal Pradesh however at that point part of Assam). The first name of ASSAM was ASOM – to articulate accurately the British who have transformed it. As a vacationer place, Assam is an extremely renowned travel location for the regular woodland, archeological locales, and tea manors.

Assam is one of the well off biodiversity zones on the planet and comprises tropical rainforests, deciduous woods, riverine prairies, bamboo, plantations, and various wetland environments. Ásß is currently safeguarded as public stops and saved woodlands. Assam has natural life asylums, the most noticeable of which are two UNESCO World Heritage locales. Assam is additionally known for its Assam tea and Assam silk. The state was the principal site for oil penetrating in Asia.

Packages Price Duration Night Stay
Assam Budget Tour Package
4 Nights /5 Days
Kaziranga (02Nights) Guwahati (02Nights)
Assam Family Tour Packages
6 Nights / 7 Days
Jorhat (02 Nights) Kaziranga (02 Nights) Guwahati (02 Nights)
Assam Budget Tour Package

4Nights / 5Days

Kaziranga (02Nights) Guwahati (02Nights)
₹ 12600
₹ 10559
Per Person Cost
Assam Family Tour Packages

6 Nights/ 7 Days

Jorhat (02 Nights) Kaziranga (02 Nights) Guwahati (02 Nights)
₹ 18600
₹ 16329
Per Person Cost

Climate Of Assam Tour Packages

With the tropical monsoon climate, Assam is temperate and experiences heavy rainfall and high humidity. The climate is characterized by heavy monsoon downpours reducing summer temperatures and affecting foggy nights and mornings in winters, frequent during the afternoons. Spring (March–April) and autumn (September–October) are usually pleasant with moderate rainfall and temperature. Assam’s agriculture usually depends on the southwest monsoon rains.

Best Time to visit Assam

The best time to visit the Assam tour and travel packages is in winter between October – March, or in summer between April – June when the weather is enjoyable. For Assam trip winters are cold but pleasant, and summers are delightfully refreshing. Steer clear of the monsoon though, as the region experiences heavy rainfall during those months and it is not the best season to explore Assam tour packages.




January to March
46F - 68F
8°C – 20°C
April to June
90F - 100F
32C – 38°C
79F - 90F
26C – 32°C
October - December
46F - 68F
8°C – 20°C
How to Reach Assam

Assam is a part of North East India. Northeast India is also known as the seven sisters. As we all know seven sisters comprise 7-States and Sikkim too. Assam is famous for its tea and tourism. World Heritage Sites Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park of Assam are famous wildlife sanctuaries. For the convenience of the visitors and locals, every road, railway station, bus stop, and airport is well-maintained by the Assam Tourism. If you would like to travel to Assam and would like to know – How to Reach Assam by Air, railways, Railways, and Roadways, here are the guidelines:-


The quickest way to reach Assam is by taking a flight to Guwahati. The state’s capital, from any of the metropolitan urban communities of India, is similar to Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Banglore, and others. Assam’s Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati is the enroll global air terminal in the area and is all around associated with every one of the significant urban communities in India like Bangalore, Delhi, Imphal, Kolkata, Lilabari, Tezpur, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Agartala, Bangalore, Chennai, Dibrugarh, Goa, Mumbai, and so on. Also, global objections like Paro (Bhutan), and Bangkok (Thailand).

Also, there’s Dibrugarh Airport that is well connected with destinations like Dimapur, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Delhi, and Guwahati. 

There are a couple of other airports also, Jorhat Airport, Lilabari Airport, Silchar Airport, Tezpur Airport.

By Helicopter – Pawan Hans, a helicopter service provider, provides helicopter services from Guwahati to Shillong (30 min), Tura (50 min), Naharlagun (Itanagar), Tawang (75 min), and vice versa.

Guwahati Flight Schedule (From Delhi)

AIR ASIA (I5 787)
6:05 – 8:25
INDIGO (6E 251)
6:50 – 9:15
AIR ASIA (I5 783)
7:10 – 9:35
INDIGO (6E 939)
7:45 – 10:10
9:25 – 12:00


Assam has excellent road connectivity – Its highways and byways are well maintained. Assam State Transport Corporation or ASTC, a state-claimed street transport partnership of Assam, gives transport administrations inside Assam and bordering states. If planning to travel by road, try to avoid the monsoon season as the region receives heavy rainfall, and roads are prone to landslides.

Distance from Major cities

Distance from Major cities distance
Distance from Kolkata
Distance from Guwahati
Distance from Delhi
Distance from Mumbai-
Distance from Bangalore
Distance from Uttarakhand
Distance from Chandigarh
Distance from Silchar
Distance from Dibrugarh


There are 259 railway stations in Assam and was constructed during the British rule for transportation of tea and coal for its tea plantations. Assam has 259 railway stations that have good connectivity within the state and other prominent attractions in India like Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, and Cochin. Guwahati, Dibrugarh, Goalpara, Nagaon, Tezpur, Jorhat, Silchar, and Golaghat, are the major railway hubs in Assam.

And the most rails-connected city is Guwahati from where you can have a train for all the major hubs of India. 

Guwahati Train Schedule (From Delhi)


Attractions of Assam Tour Packages


Situated on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, Guwahati is among the fastest-growing Indian cities. It's a gateway to many other places in the North East as well as a brimming tourist hub. Everything from the ancient temples, the wildlife sanctuaries, the scenic beauty of the Brahmaputra, and its unique culture give this place some of the best tourist places in Assam. The city has something for everyone – families, backpackers, honeymooners, and more.

It is also the largest metropolis in the entire North-Eastern region of India, making it the most preferred staging point to other destinations in the region. Sandwiched by the river Brahmaputra on one side and the Shillong Plateau on the other, this city was formerly known as Pragjyotishpura.


  1. Kamakhya Temple
  2. Bhubaneswari Temple
  3. Umananda Temple & Umananda Island
  4. Assam State Museum
  5. Guwahati Zoo
  6. Basistha Ashram
  7. Balaji Temple
  8. Guwahati Planetarium
  9. Cruising in the Brahmaputra River
  10. ISKCON Guwahati
  11. Hajo
  12. Pandunath Temple
  13. Regional Science Centre
  14. Dipor Bil
  15. Navagraha Temple
  16. Shrimanta Shankardeva Kalakshetra
  17. Maati Centre
  18. Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium
  19. Sukeshwar Temple
  20. Guwahati War Memorial
  21. Ugra Tara Temple
  22. Saraighat Bridge
  23. Janardana Temple
  24. Nehru Park
  25. Shraddhanjali Park
  26. Madan Kamdev
  27. Chandubi Lake


Jorhat is an ideal combination of history, culture, and normal magnificence. This spot has numerous attractions holding both public and global significance. The base camp of Jorhat area, this city is otherwise called the tea capital of India. It is situated a good ways off of around 305 Km from Guwahati and around 138 Km from Dibrugarh.

Jorhat Gymkhana Club is quick to be at any point underlying Asia and is likewise the third most established in the entire world. A visit here would unquestionably give everybody lifetime recollections.


  1. Majuli Island
  2. Dhekiakhowa Bor Namghar
  3. Nimati Ghat
  4. Raja Maidam
  5. Cinnamora Tea Estate
  6. Sukapha Samannay Kshetra
  7. Ladai Garh
  8. Burigosain Davalay
  9. Bangalpukhari
  10. Tocklai Tea Centre
  11. Thengal Bhavan
  12. Hatibaruah Namghar
  13. Mangalu Khat
  14. Molai Forest
  15. Jorhat Gymkhana Club
  16. Lachit Borphukan’s Maidam
  17. Kakochang Waterfalls


Proudly boasting off its tag of the most beautiful city in Assam, Tezpur is bathed in unmatched scenic natural beauty and a resonating cultural vibe. The Brahmaputra river flows right through this city and further adds to the beauty of this place. This is surely the most popular Assam destination. Assam's undisputed cultural hub owing to its theatres, traditional dances, and cultural events. Apart from that, the sprawling tea estates around the city are like a cherry on the cake!


  1. Agnigarh
  2. Bamuni Hills
  3. Chitralekha Udyan
  4. Da-Parbatia
  5. District Museum
  6. Ouguri Hills
  7. Padum Pukhuri
  8. Kalia Bhomora Setu
  9. Nag-Sankar Temple
  10. Ketakeshwar Dewal


DIGBOI: Asia's first oil refinery, which is the second in the world. The oil town not only has a refinery, which is over 100years old but also has many tea gardens. The place with misty blue hills offers various attractions including Digboi Oil Refinery, Ridge Point, and Digboi Centenary Museum. From Ridge Point, you could have a stunning view of the snow-clad mountains of the eastern Himalayas. Digboi Centenary Museum gives you an insight into the history of the town.

DIPHU: Diphu, the headquarters for the district of Karbi-Anglong in southern Assam, is located at a distance of about 250 Km from Guwahati. It is a small picturesque town which is a weekend popular picnic spot for people from nearby regions. Other than being a pleasant and quiet getaway, Diphu has a lot of popular regions in and around attracting tourists. One can take trips to Singhason, Kohora, Khanduli, and many such places. These areas will let you enjoy trekking, horse riding, bird watching, etc. While in Diphu one can visit religious sites such as the Iskon temple, Shiva Mandir, and Deopani Durga mandir.


  1. Arboretum cum Craft Centre
  2. Botanical Gardens
  3. District Museum
  4. Taralangso Cultural Centre
  5. Umwang
  6. Trek to Singhason Peak


A dreamy town set in the oscillating hills and lush valleys of Dima Hasao, Haflong is often referred to as the “Scotland of Assam”. Enriched with stunning hills, lofty terrains, and a sparkling lake, Haflong is among the best places to see in Assam for camping enthusiasts, hikers and trekkers, and peace seekers.


  1. Haflong Lake
  2. Haflong Hills
  3. Panimoor Falls
  4. Dima Hasao
  5. Jatinga
  6. Maibong


Dating back to the Ahom dynasty, this cultural town is full of historic tourist attractions from forts with underground architecture to numerous temples.

Sibsagar is a state of Assam that provides various tourist attractions related to architectural marvels, history, and culture. Some of the most popular places here include a water tank called Bhorpukhuri along with Joysagar, a man-made lake.


  1. Talatal Ghar
  2. Rang Ghar
  3. Ahom Museum
  4. Charaideo
  5. Joysagar Tank & Temple
  6. Shivadol
  7. Gaurisagar Tank
  8. Gargaon Palace or Kereng Ghar
  9. Sibsagar Lake


Situated on the Surma (Barak) River, and known for its scenic beauty and natural splendor, Silchar is surrounded by Manipur on the east, Bangladesh on the west, Mizoram on the south, and the Barail hills on the north. Located south of Guwahati at a distance of 313 Kms, this town is considered the most important center and gateway to Barak Valley in Assam.

Silchar is the 2nd largest town in Assam and is one of the most stable areas in the North-East and hence locally referred to as the Island of Peace.


  1. Khaspur
  2. Dolu Lake
  3. Maniharan Tunnel
  4. Badarpur Fort
  5. Bhubaneshwar Temple (Bhubanhill)
  6. Salganga
  7. Gandhibag Park
  8. Kancha Kanti Kali Mandir
  9. ISKCON Temple
  10. Maibong
  11. Hindustan Paper Corporation
  12. Martyrs’ Tomb
  13. Umrangshu


Goalpara is a town located 140 km West of Guwahati which is about a 3-hour drive away. It is the headquarters of the district of the same name. The word 'Gwaltippika', roughly translating to Guwali Village or the Village of the Milk Men is the origin of the name 'Goalpara'. The surrounding regions of Goalpara are generally vast green plains with the banks along the Brahmaputra river giving rise to fertile agricultural lands. Two water bodies, Urpad Beel and Kumri Beel, located within 15 km from the town are known for hosting a variety of migratory birds during the winter season. Certain parts of the district are hilly with evergreen trees forming continuous canopies.


  1. Surya Pahar
  2. Tukeswari
  3. Kokrajhar
  4. Nandeswar Devalaya
  5. Joybhum Kamakhaya Temple
  6. Buraburi Than
  7. Shyamrai Satra
  8. Dadan Hills
  9. Kumri Beel Lake
  10. Urpad Beel Lake
  11. Hulukunda Pahar
  12. Pir Mazhar
  13. Nagaon


Dibrugarh is the largest city of Assam located 439 km from Guwahati. A major city in the northeastern region of India in line with cities like Guwahati and Bhubaneswar, Dibrugarh is the emerging communication and industrial hub of North East India. Dibrugarh has an airport that is well-connected with major Indian cities.

Deriving its name from the word "Dibrumukha", the name of the river 'Dibru' with the word 'mukh' meaning mouth, Dibrugarh, is a city and is the headquarters of the Dibrugarh district in the state of Assam in India.


  1. Rafting in Bramhaputra
  2. Dinjoy Satra
  3. Dehing Namti Satra
  4. Raidongia Dol
  5. Baraburi Maidam
  6. Bahikhowa Maidam
  7. Lekai Chetia Maidam
  8. Sarumechlow and Bormechow Maidam


Tinsukia is quite popular with tourists as it serves as the gateway to nearby beautiful villages and wildlife sanctuaries. it is a haven for people who just want to disconnect from the world and form a connection with Mother Nature for a few days. If you love to explore little hamlets and villages and don't mind going into exile for a few days, then it is one of the best places to see in Assam

An important town of Assam, it is quite popular with the tourists as well. It also serves as a base place to carry on with holidays to nearby cities. It is almost 500 km from Guwahati.


  1. Bell Temple
  2. Na-Pukhuri
  3. Doomdoma
  4. Lekhapani
  5. Sadiya
  6. Bardubi
  7. Dighaltarang
  8. Rangagora
  9. Ledo


Lilabari is a small town located in North Lakhimpur in Assam. The town, located 376 km from Guwahati, is famous for its waterfront, as it is situated on the left bank of Brahmaputra River and beautified with the breathtaking Dirang valley and Sela pass. Lilabari also has an airport that serves Arunachal Pradesh as well.

Besides the natural beauty and serenity, this lovely town also offers excellent opportunities for adventure enthusiasts. People here can try activities such as trekking, hiking, mountaineering, angling, rafting, camping, boating, and fishing.


There is no better place to learn about the culture and traditions of Assam than Sualkuchi. Known as the weaver’s village, Sualkuchi produces the best kind of silk in the state. For the same reason, it is called Manchester of East. You will be delighted to see the village houses made of bamboo and mud. Its ethnicity and rustic charm are what make it popular among travelers.


  1. Craft Village – Silk Waving & Bamboo Craft
  2. Hatisatra
  3. Sidheswar Devalaya
  4. Ganesh Bigrah Temple
  5. Hayagriva Madhava Temple
  6. Poa-Mecca


Away from the blaring noises of cities, Karimganj, located at a distance of 313 km from Guwahati, is a small sleepy town of Assam steeped in the beauty of nature. Karimganj is the biggest city and administrative headquarter in the district. Situated in the southernmost part of the state, the region majorly consists of wetlands and farms for which it is known as one of the major agricultural districts in Assam. It is an important center of trade and commerce with important resources that it exports to several states in India. With a thick cover of trees, forest produces are a very important means of resource for the livelihood of the people, Karimganj has an intense pool of culture associated with local tribes, languages, and traditions that are exclusive to their place of origin.


  1. Chhatachura Range
  2. Duhalia Range
  3. River Kushiara
  4. Malegarh Crematorium
  5. Adamail Range
  6. Bird Watching
  7. Trekking to Karimganj
  8. Son Beel
  9. Badarpurghat


An important city of Assam, Bongaigaon was the last capital of the Kamatapur Kingdom and home to many historical monuments of Assamese culture. Centrally located within the state at around 180 Kms northwest of Guwahati, the city depicts a vibrant Assamese township and culture. The scenic beauty of Bongaigaon is well preserved.

The city of Bongaigaon is famous for the remnants of Buddhist culture, which can be seen in its hilly caves (also known as Gumphas) and the stone carvings of the Jogigopha hill rocks.


  1. Bagheswari Hill & Temple
  2. Koya – Kujia Bill
  3. Rock Cut Caves
  4. Tamranga Lake
  5. Birjhora Tea Estate
  6. The Lalmati – Duramari Ganesh Temple
  7. Jogighopa and Pancharatna
  8. Abhayapuri


One can experience the best of everything in Darang from spellbinding nature to a rich past and unique culture and heritage. The place finds its roots dating back to the 16th century with a mention in the Mahabharata. One can witness relics of the past displayed all over the place. Don't you dare miss visiting Darang on your Assam trip if you love exploring places rich with culture and flora-fauna!


  1. Gandhi Smriti Park
  2. Patharughat Swaheed Minar
  3. Satras
  4. Bar Masjid
  5. Engil Baba’s Mazaar
  6. Batha Beel
  7. Pukuria Beel
  8. Baladev Pukhuri
  9. Jaypal Pukhuri
  10. Kamakhsya Devalaya


The town of Morigaon, located 80 km east of Guwahati, is the administrative headquarters of the Morigaon district. Enriched with a strong regional history, fascinating legends and unique traditions and culture, the town and the surrounding regions are home to many religious and cultural sites. The River Brahmaputra marks the northern limits of the district and the west offers the sight of snow-capped Himalayas. The district of Morigaon is also an agricultural land where vegetables, jute, mustard, wheat, and paddy are mainly grown and provide a steady source of income for the locals. Dotted with many attractions and enriched with flora and fauna, Morigaon is also known as Marigaon.


  1. Sitajakhala
  2. Sivakunda
  3. Kachasila Hill
  4. Mayong Assam - also known as 'the land of black magic'
  5. Deosal Siva Temple
  6. Asia’s Largest Dry Fish Market
  7. Joon Beel


Dispur is the beautiful capital of Assam packed with panoramic views, unique traditions, and rich tribal culture. Declared as Assam's capital in 1973, the city houses some of the important buildings of the state like the Assam Secretariat, State Emergency Operations Center, and State Assemble House.

Dotted with several Hindu temples, one can witness the distinctive culture of the state. Dispur is also famous as a tea auction market and is situated on the outer skirts of Guwahati at a mere distance of about 10 km. Enriched in flora and fauna and adorned with beautiful weather throughout the year, visit Dispur for a perfect vacation.


Located at the base of the eastern Himalayas in Assam, Nalbari is a perfect getaway to explore the wilderness of nature with its vast Paddy fields and dense forests. With the Indo-Bhutan border marking the north boundary of the district while the Brahmaputra River lying on its south, Nalbari is a place of experiencing culture and nature together.

This place is also a land of worship, spirituality, and many ancient temples attracting tourists not only from India but from across the globe to seek blessings.


  1. Buddhist Temple
  2. Hari Mandir
  3. Billeshwar Temple
  4. Shripur Bewalay Mandir
  5. Daulashal Temple
  6. Jaypal Than
  7. Basudeb Devalay
  8. Thetha Gohain
  9. Bagheshwari Guri Dewalay
  10. Ganga Pukhari
  11. Mahmara Pukhari
  12. Angradhowa Pukhari
  13. Fenguwa Rampat
  14. Sonkuhira


The serene location, paddy fields, the temples, and the culture makes Dhemaji an experience in itself. The town's name Dhemaji' is believed to be derived from a combination of two Assamese words "dhal" meaning "flood" and "Dhemaji" meaning "play".

Dhemaji is a small yet very important district of Assam and it is located in the northeast part of Assam. Dhemaji district borders with Arunachal Pradesh and is part of the Brahmputra plains. It is considered very important from point of view of archeology. Dhemaji is inhabited by many Assamese tribes including Chutia, Ahoms, Sonowal Kacharis, Koches, Kalitas, Kaibartas, and other tribes like Mishings and Deoris, so you can experience their culture and way of living.


  1. Gerukamukh
  2. Malinithan
  3. Maa Manipuri Than
  4. Ghuguha Dol
  5. Angling and Fishing


Newly discovered Bogamati is a picturesque spot perfect for picnics that lies at the mouth of river 'Barnadi' on the foothills on the Indo-Bhutan border, in the Baksa district, Assam. Inaugurated by Emanuel Muchahary, MLA of Tumulpur, about six years ago, the unexplored, panoramic view of the mountains creates a serene getaway for travelers. The major city and railway station are Guwahati 91 km away.

'Bogamati' refers to a white river in the Assamese and derives its name from the vast deposits of white sand and stone in the banks of the river.  The place is inhabited by Bodos, Assamese, and Nepalese and is known for its betel plantations and tea gardens. The locals depend exclusively on tourism in the area for their livelihood. The Dawraijhar Eco-Tourism Society is responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the area and the safety of the tourists.


Located in the beautiful state of Assam, Orang National park is the oldest game reserve in the state, situated on the banks of the river Brahmaputra. Located at a distance of 110 km north of Guwahati, this national park is shared by the districts of Darrang and Sonitpur. It is officially known as Rajiv Gandhi Orang National Park. Orang Park is known for its One-horned Rhinos and Royal Bengal Tigers.

Orang will pleasantly surprise you with its rich variety of animals, birds, and fishes and a similar abundance of flora. The park is known for its rhinoceros conservation has The Great Indian Rhinoceros and the famous Bengal Tiger. A huge number and types of fish are also present here. Along with this, you can spot several birds in the park. 

Jeep Safari into the park will let you experience the refreshing beauty of the surroundings and vegetation as well as the enjoyment of watching such a variety of wildlife. The park is also an important breeding ground for various fishes.


The best time to visit is October to March

NAMERI NATIONAL PARK: Nameri national park is famous for its elephants and other animals including tigers, leopards, gaurs, wild pigs, sambars, etc., and also for being a bird watchers paradise.

Nameri national park is famous for its elephants and other animals including tigers, leopards, gaurs, wild pigs, sambars, etc., and also for being a bird watcher's paradise. Also, along with the rich fauna of the place, the lush and evergreen flora too tends to enchant the visitors. Facilities for activities such as water rafting, fishing, swimming inside the National Park are available through permission from the forest department. One can also dwell a little in peace and sunbathe in the area. It is also known as the "Tiger of the Himalayan rivers".

The river rafting is also held on the southeast side of the park on the river Jai Bharali. The rafting route is 13 km long and takes around 3 hours a great tiring and enjoyable experience.


The best time to visit is November to March

POBITARAWILDLIFE SANCTUARY: Home to the densest population of One-horned Rhinos in the world, the Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Assam, approximately 30 km away from Guwahati in the Morigaon District. The wildlife sanctuary also sees an astounding diversity of bird species. No wonder then that it is also called 'Bharatpur of the East'

Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary has spread over an area of 38 sq. km. and is a small, heavenly getaway of raw wilderness and greenery. Apart from the wildlife sanctuary itself, there are several excursions that you can take from Pobitora. These include a trip to Sualkuchi - the weavers' village and Hajo - a pilgrimage center. Moreover, since Pobitora is a landlocked sanctuary, you can also visit the exciting and peculiar Assamese communities to get a taste of the local culture.

Mainly known for the Indian one-horned rhinos, leopards, wild buffalos, barking deer, and a host of migratory birds, Pobitora National Park hosts multiple jeeps and elephant safari rides within its premises.


The best time to visit is October to February

DIBRU SAIKHOWA NATIONAL PARK: Dibru Saikhowa National Park is one of those places which boast a rich collection of flora and fauna, many of them endangered. It is one of the few remaining protected sites in the Endemic Bird Area of the Assamese Plains.

Dibru Saikhowa National Park is a river island national park and one of the 19 biodiversity hotspots in the world. This National Park is situated 12 km north of Tinsukia in Assam. Of the seven parts of the park, one is a wetland and the rest is mainly covered with grasslands and dense forest.

There are no roads and hence no jungle safari or elephant rides for roaming in the park, so you can explore the park only by trekking, although a boat service is available which can take you to various spots. Gunjan Ghat and Saikhowa Ghat are the national park's entry points.

Churkey Sapori (River Island) in the north of the Saikhowa part of the Park is famous for spotting the bright colored wild horses known as "Feral Horses". The Feral horses are free-ranging, untamed horses descended from domestic horses, and are not truly wild horses.

A visit to look at Kekjori Trees requires a 15 minutes boat ride to an island in the middle of the Brahmaputra and a half-hour walk. The path to these trees is also a cow trail.

Maguri Matapung Beel is a heaven for bird lovers. The lake has six villages on either side of it and it is classified as an Important Bird Area(IBA). It is a host to 374 different species of birds. The boat safari on this lake is an amazing opportunity for bird watchers to spot migratory birds and rare birds of various descents.

BEST TIME TO VISIT manas national park

The best time to visit is October to March

  • MANAS NATIONAL PARK: Manas National Park is a UNESCO Natural World Heritage site, a Project Tiger Reserve, an Elephant Reserve, and a Biosphere Reserve in Assam. The only tiger reserve in Assam and also famous for the rare golden langur and the red panda, Manas is one of the best-kept national parks in India.

Manas is recognized not only for its rich biodiversity but also for its spectacular scenery and natural landscape which includes a range of forested hills, alluvial grasslands, and tropical evergreen forests. It is home to India's second-largest tiger population. It is also famous for its population of wild water buffalo. Manas harbors the maximum number of endangered species from India as listed in the IUCN Red Book. 

One can easily spot rhinos and tigers while sitting on an elephant. Forest officials arrange rides on elephants from Mathanguri for visitors to Manas. Another way to explore the entire length of Manas National Park is through a jeep safari. There are jeeps available for rent, and one can contact the Field Director Office of Manas Tiger Reserve located on P.O. Barpeta Road.

Manas is famous for Bird watching. The main birding spots in the Park are on the east and northeast sides of the Park at Kokilabari and Alabari. Home to the largest population of Bengal Florican birds in India, the Park is home to about 500 varieties of birds.


The best time to visit is  October to May

KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK: Home to the largest population of the one-horned rhino on earth, Kaziranga National Park is one of India's national treasures in terms of flora and fauna. Located in the state of Assam in North-Eastern India, its total area is shared by the districts of Nagaon, Golaghat, and Karbi Anglong placing it roughly at the center of the state. Approximately five hours by road from Guwahati, Kaziranga National Park stands tall as the epitome of successful wildlife conservation in India. In 1985, it was awarded the status of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Lying on the floodplains of the mighty river Brahmaputra, rich vegetation covers almost the entirety of Kaziranga National Park. For the convenience of management and conservation, the national park is divided into 4 zones: Kaziranga Range, Western Range, Eastern Range, and Burapahar Range. One safari of one zone is allowed at a time.

Kaziranga or Central Range - Mihimukh-Kathpora- Daphla ng-Diffolu River Bank- Mona beel- Karasing and back

Bagori or Western Range -Dongabeel- Rouman- Rajapukhuri- Monabeel and back

Agratoli or Eastern Range - Agratoli Sohola beel- Rongamotia- Maklung- Turturoni- Dhoba and back

Burapahar Range - Ghurakati- Potahi beel- Diffolu- Phuloguri- Tunikati

While the Western zone is considered good for elephants and safari and rhino sightseeing, the Eastern zone is better for water birds.


The best time to visit is November to April

HOOLLONGAPAR GIBBON WILDLIFE SANCTUARY: Located less than 20 km from Jorhat city center, Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary is a haven for Assam’s Hoolock Gibbon population. Surrounded by the Brahmaputra River on one side and tea gardens on all others, this wildlife sanctuary is among the best spectacles of Assam sightseeing for wildlife lovers and nature seekers. Other than over 40 species of Hoolock Gibbons, this enclosure houses Capped Langur, Stump-Tailed Macaque, Pigtail Macaque, Assamese Macaque, Rhesus Macaque, Slow Loris, Elephants, and so many more species of animals. This is one of the most popular Assam tourist places.


The best time to visit is during the winter months is as the climate is pleasant throughout the day.

  • BURA – CHAPORI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY: With an area of 44.06sq. km covered Bura-Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary is located on the southern bank of river Brahmaputra in the Sonitpur district. The Burachapori Wildlife Sanctuary is 60% of the grassland. This place is well-known for the Bengal Florican and One-horned Rhinoceros that were once on the verge of extinction. The mighty Brahmaputra River flowing behind the sanctuary provides a scenic backdrop to it. So tourists can see the richness of the flora and fauna along with taking a glimpse of one of the most important rivers of the country. The park is situated at a distance of 30kms from Tezpur.


The best time to visit is November to March.

MARAT LONGRI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY: Marat Longari Wildlife Sanctuary, spreading 451.00 sq km is located in Anglong Autonomous District Council. Marat Longri is a notified but underdeveloped wildlife sanctuary. The Marat Longri Wildlife Sanctuary, located around 10 Kms from Diphu, is a protected reserve that is a part of the greater Dhansiri-Lunging Elephant Reserve.


The best time to visit is November to March.

BHERJAN-BORJAN-PADUMONI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY: Just 6km from Tinsukia, it is a popular tourist attraction. It consists of 3 separate forests namely Bherjan, Borjan, and Padumoni in Tinsukia. This not-so-big place spans a complete area of 7.22 sq km. dotted with the lush green vegetation. Locally, this place is also known as BBP Wildlife Sanctuary. Nature lovers and tourists visit this place on a huge scale.

The sanctuary authorities organize the safari that tours around the Bherjan-Borjan-Padumoni wildlife sanctuary.


The best time to visit is November to March.

KAKOIJANA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY: Kakaijana Wildlife Sanctuary or Kakoijana Reserved Forest is situated on the banks of river Aie, around 15 km away from the city of Bongaigaon. Its most famous inhabitants are the golden langurs which are native to western Assam and along the Indo-Bhutan border region. Apart from the various animals, tourists can also find various kinds of bird species like red vented bulbul, pied harrier, jungle rubber, and many others. Kalikapat, a spring on the hill, which flows from the dense forests and reaches paddy fields is yet another leading attraction.


The best time to visit is November to March.

KACHUGAON GAME RESERVE: Kachugaon Game Reserve is located in Kachugaon of the Bongaigaon district of Assam. It is a protected area under the forest department of Assam. Kachugaon has rare and endangered species such a gaur, golden langur, spotted deer, and elephants. The forest had glorious Sal trees- Bamba Sal, Bhabhar Sal Forest, Eastern Heavy Alluvial Plain Sal Forest, and Terai Sal Forest. It also had a lustrous Mixed Deciduous Forest, Savannah Forest (wet and dry savannah), Evergreen Forest, and Riverain Forest. As per the census of 2000, the number of counts of elephants was 122, tigers 10, and leopards 4. To conserve the golden langur "Daimalu eco-center" has been started, which has planted 42 different species like Bahera, Hilikha, Gamari, Arjun, Dillenia to feed the langurs.


Best Time To Visit: During the winter months as the climate is pleasant throughout the day.

BORDOIBAM BILMUKH BIRD SANCTUARY: Located at a distance of about 46 Kms in the southwest direction from Dhemaji, Bordoibam Bilmukh Bird Sanctuary is shared between the districts of Dhemaji and Lakhimpur. Covering an area of around 11.25 sq. km, this bird sanctuary is the breeding for many bird species, most notably the Whistling Teal. Bordoibam-Bilmukh is a large freshwater lake that was created during the great earthquake of 1950. It was part of the River Subansiri, which now flows 7 km away from the lake.

Aquatic flora dominates the sanctuary due to it mostly being a water body. Semi-aquatic vegetation and trees are found along the banks of the Bil.


 Best Time To Visit: During the winter months as the climate is pleasant throughout the day.

DEHING PATKAI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY: This Wildlife Park spans an area of over 110 sq. km. It is home to many beautiful and rare birds, such as the white-winged wood duck, slender-billed vulture, white-backed vulture, and many more along with the various species of animals. It is a great place to visit. Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary covers an area of 111.942 sq. km.


Maa Kamakhya Devi is one of the strongest Shakti Peeth of Hindu Goddess Durga, according to the Hindu Mythology. Assam annually celebrates Ambubachi Mela during the Monsoon Season to celebrate the menstruation course of the goddess Kamakhya. Ambunachi Mela is also known as Ameti or Tantric fertility festival which lasts for 4days. This mela is closely associated with the Tantric Shakti cult prevent in the eastern parts of India. During Ambubachi the doors of the temple remain closed for three days. On the 4th day, Goddess Kamakhya is cleaned with water and milk which further follows different types of rituals performed as a part of the celebrations. After the grand ceremony, the temple doors welcome the devotees to come and worship Goddess Kamakhya for purity and prosperity.


Bohag Bihu one of the major festivals of Assam commonly known as Rangali Bihu celebrates the onset of the Assamese New Year (around April 15) and the coming of Spring. This marks the first day of the Hindu solar calendar. The new year of the Assamese calendar usually falls on April 15. The New Year starts with the month Bohag. This is the reason Rangali Buhu is also called Bohag Bihu.


On the beaches of the mighty Brahmaputra River in Assam, an open-air beach fair and festival is organized by the Assam Boat Racing and Rowing Association with support from the Assam Tourism Development Corporation. The Brahmaputra Beach Fair and Festival aims to promote the indigenous tradition and culture of the land to the youth of the state as well as the culture aficionados. The onset of the spring season in January sends a note of excitement and thrills throughout Assam. Everyone is in the mood for adventure.


The elephant festival of Assam is also known as the Kaziranga Elephant Festival since it is organized in the Kaziranga National Park situated in the state. The main aim of the festival is the conservation and the festival's main aim protection of Asiatic elephants since poaching has drastically reduced their numbers, combined with other reasons, such as frequent accidents. The Forest Department of Assam and the Tourist Department jointly organize this festival.


Majuli festival is celebrated in the district of Majuli, which is the biggest river island in the world. It also serves as the center of Assamese civilization and is home to the Neo- Vaishnavite culture, for which the state is very renowned. The region is also the melting pot of many tribes and races, each of which has its distinct customs and traditions. This festival starts on the 21st of November each year and continues to the 24th of the same month. The sub-divisional headquarters of Majuli Island, Garmur is well known for its ethereal scenic beauty where this festival is observed.


Me- Dum- Me- Phi or the ancestor worship festival is celebrated by the Ahom community of Tai origin. In an attempt to develop contacts and communication among the people of the community, thousands of devotees meet every year at some common point. This is followed by processions in the streets and it is a must that everyone is dressed in the traditional attire. At present, the Ahom people observe Me-Dum-Me-Phi on the 31st of January each year and the same has been declared as a public holiday by the Government of Assam recognizing the importance of the day.


Celebrated by the Bodo Kacharis of Assam, the Baishagu festival marks the beginning of the new year. It is observed in the month of Bohag (April) of the Assamese calendar. It is a two-day festival and is spent amidst fun and gaiety. The first day begins with the worship of cows. The next day corresponds with the 1st day of the Assamese Bohag month. The young ones bow down respectfully to the elders. The festival also witnesses dance performances, for which age and sex are no bar. Towards the closure of the festival, special community prayers are offered at a place called ‘Garjasali ’.


This is a springtime festival, celebrated by the Rabha community of Assam. Also called the Khoksi Puja, the festival comes across as the worship of the Goddess of Wealth, known as 'Backhoe.


The Doris of Assam observe this festival during the spring season. Derived from the Chutiya word 'Bisu' (Bi- extreme, Su- rejoicing), the festival is a continuous celebration of 7 days. It usually starts on a Wednesday, with Than Puja and there is buffalo sacrifice every fourth year. The major attractions of the festival are the Deodhani dance and Husori (folk song).


Ali-Ai-Ligang, the spring festival of the Mishing Tribe is the most colorful festival held every year on the first Wednesday (Ligange Lange) of the month of 'Ginmur Polo' (February-March). 'Ali' means root, seed; 'Ai' means fruit and 'Ligang' means to sow. That is why the 'ceremonial' sowing of paddy starts on this day. A dance is performed by the young boys and girls, characterized by brisk stepping, flinging and flapping of hands, and swaying of hips reflecting youthful passion, reproductive urge, and joie-de-vivre.


A sacred festival for the tea-growing tribal communities of Assam, the Karam Puja is celebrated to propitiate the favor of mother nature. It is held on Bhado Ekadashi, which is the 11th day of a full moon in the Hindu calendar month of Bhado. This day usually falls in the period of mid-August to September. The Karam tree which represents Karam Devta, the god of youth and power, is worshipped by the people. They seek his blessings to reward them with abundant harvests and to keep their families and society safe.


Raas Lila is a century-long tradition in Majuli where a Bhaona or traditional dance dramas that depict tales from Hindu mythology are enacted by the devouts to pay their obeisance to Lord Krishna. During the Raas festival, Majuli becomes a place for pilgrimage. For the believers, the island becomes the abode of Lord Krishna and other divine figures during this four-day festival starting from the Raas Purnima day. This festival performs in the months of October-November (Kati- Aghun) during the autumn season though the exact date changes every year.


Ranked second worldwide for its production of teas, Assam celebrates Tea Festival in several parts of the Assam in November every year. This festival is organized by Assam Tourism. The festival in Jorhat is reputed during the tea festival in Assam. It is a unique experience being at the festival. The festival that lasts for three days permits the visitors to taste the different varieties of tea leaves available.


The joyful celebrations of Dehing Patkai, adds charm to the already bewitching beauty of Assam. The Dehing Patkai Festival organized at Lekhapani, in the Tinsukia district of Assam, is a stimulating blend of tribal fairs, tea heritage tours, golfing, adventure sports, and wildlife pleasure trips. The Festival aiming at boosting Tourism in the State is celebrated every year in January and named after the lofty Patkai range and the playful Dehing River. This is an annual festival which lasts for three days.


Rongker and Chomangkan are the two most important festivals of the Karbis, an indigenous tribe of Karbi Anglong in Assam. Rongker is a springtime festival and is performed at the beginning of the New Year. Prayers are offered to different Gods and Goddesses for the well-being of the entire village, by the elderly male folk so that people could be free from diseases, natural calamities for the entire year. They pray for a good harvest too. The women are not allowed to enter the worship arena.


This started later than the 15th Century AD this was first organized several centuries ago by Ahom kings to discuss the prevailing political situation. Jonbeel Mela is one of the most attractive and unique festivals of Assam where the Barter system comes alive. Just 30kms from the state capital Guwahati, Assam it is 3 days long community fair held at the weekend of Magh Bihu (mid-January) at a historic place known as Dayang Belguri at Jonbeel. Before the 'mela' they perform fire worship or Agni puja for the well-being of mankind. It is to be noted that during this mela the 'govaraja' or the king of the Tiwa tribe along with his courtiers visit this mela and collect taxes from his subjects.


The Bare Saharia Bhaona is a 200-year-old drama festival held every 5–6 years at Jamugurihat, a small town in Sonitpur District, Assam. The name 'Bare Saharia Bhaona' consists of 'Bare' (Assamese word) which means 'too many' and 'Saharia' which means 'People'. Thus the Bare Saharia Bhaona consists of a festival or a program of Bhaona, where too many people come or gather to enjoy the Bhaona show. The Bhaona begins with Gayan Bora and the sounds of Doba, Kanh, Bhortal, and Khol. It was created by Mahapurusha Srimanta Sankardev. The main attraction of this Bhaona is – during the festival more than 20 Bhaonas are played simultaneously in different stages under the same roof.


The Kati or Kangal Bihu is also closely related to agriculture. Kati Bihu is celebrated on the first day of KATI month in the Assamese calendar. Kati Bihu is also called Kangali, "Kongal" means "Poor" because there is not much to eat at this time of the year. This Bihu is celebrated in the evening time by lighting lamps or candles, Saaki, in various places. This formal procedure continues for a whole month.


Bagurumba is a folk dance of Assam, India performed by the Boros. It is usually practiced during Bwishagu, a festival of the Bodos in the Bishuba Sankranti or Mid-April. The Bwishagu starts with cow worship. This is mainly a formation dance performed with slow steps and outstretched hands. This dance is also called the Bardwisikhla dance.


Magh Bihu or Bhogali Bihu or Moghor Bihu which is a harvest festival and marks the end of harvesting season is coming from the word Bhog that is eating and enjoyment. It marks the end of the harvesting season in the month of Maagha (January-February). It is the Assam celebration of Sankranti, with feasting lasting for a week. On the eve of the Bihu, called Uruka, young men go to the field, preferably near a river, build a makeshift cottage called Bhelaghar with the hay of the harvest fields and the Meji, the most important thing for the night. During the night, people prepare food and there is community feasting everywhere. The entire night (Uruka) is spent around the Meji with people singing Bihu songs, beating Dhol, a typical kind of drum, or playing games. Magh Bihu is celebrated at a season when winter is about to go. It is believed that the fire of Meji burned the winter out.


The annual festival of the colorful Dimasa tribe. It is exclusively a socio-religious festival that is generally observed before starting new cultivation. Rajini Gabra is celebrated during day time. The 'Kunang' or the village headman propitiates the family deity by closing the village gate on the worship date. On the same night in a function called 'Harni Gabra', the presiding deity is worshipped for the protection and welfare of the people. It is very interesting to note that during the Rajini Gabra and Hami Gabra festival if any outsider enters the village despite seeing the closed gate, the entire function is considered to be spoilt. The intruders then have to bear the total cost of holding the festival anew.


The Doul Utsav also known as the 'Deul' in the local dialect is vibrantly celebrated by the people of Assam, especially in Barpeta. Doul Utsav also called 'Holi' or 'Rang' is the festival of color and happiness. The radiance of the Barpeta Satra, one of the most revered Vaishnavite centers of Assam truly represents a unique ambiance during the Doul Utsav celebrated with zeal during the spring. Barpeta is known to celebrate the festival of colors in a unique and grand style and thus many people from other parts of India, the world, and Assam itself travel to Barpeta to witness the Doul Utsav.


Assam Budget Tour Package

4Nights / 5Days

Kaziranga (02Nights) Guwahati (02Nights)
₹ 12600
₹ 10559
Per Person Cost
Assam Family Tour Packages

6 Nights/ 7 Days

Jorhat (02 Nights) Kaziranga (02 Nights) Guwahati (02 Nights)
₹ 18600
₹ 16329
Per Person Cost
Packages Price Duration Night Stay
Assam Budget Tour Package
4 Nights /5 Days
Kaziranga (02Nights) Guwahati (02Nights)
Assam Family Tour Packages
6 Nights / 7 Days
Jorhat (02 Nights) Kaziranga (02 Nights) Guwahati (02 Nights)

Suggested Restaurants


  • Meridian Restaurant
  • Saffron
  • Rajputana Login
  • Wood Smoke Café
  • Nimantran Restaurant
  • The Little South
  • The Resort where you will stay
  • Barbeque Nation Hospitality
  • Paradise
  • Gam’s Delicacy
  • Cafe B-You
  • Hotel Sagar Restaurant
  • Chennai Kitchen
  • Missing Kitchen
  • Kalita Spectrum
  • Khorikaa

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  • In case if any sightseeing is not done due to weekly closure, alternative sightseeing will be done for the same.
  • The tour price mentioned for this tour is for Indian nationals only.
  • The tour price varies for foreign nationals, for more details kindly contact our Travotic Teams.
  • NRIs and Foreign nationals please ensure proper identity is conveyed to the booking executive at the time of booking and all details along with passport copies are handed over to the booking executive.
  • The Standard Check-in and check-out time of hotels in India is generally 12.30 PM and 11 AM respectively.


  • ADULT: Voters ID / Passport / Driving Licence & 1 Colour Photo
  • CHILD 5- 11years: Passport / Birth Certificate in English & 1 Colour Photo
  • CHILD 2- 4 years: Birth certificate in English & 1 Colour Photo
  • INFANT: Birth Certificate in English & 1 Colour Photo
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In the event of cancellation of tour/travel services due to any avoidable/unavoidable reason/s, we must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, and cancellation charges would be as follows:

60 days before arrival: 10% of the Tour/service cost
45 days before arrival: 20% of the Tour/service cost
15 days before arrival: 25% of the Tour/service cost
10 days before arrival: 50% of the Tour/service cost

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NOTE: In the case of Special Trains Journeys and peak season hotel bookings a separate cancellation policy is applicable (which can be advised as and when required).


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In case you cancel the trip after commencement, refund would be restricted to a limited amount only which too would depend on the amount that we would be able to recover from the hoteliers/ contractors we patronize. For unused hotel accommodation, chartered transportation & missed meals, etc. we do not bear any responsibility to refund.


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  6. The itinerary may be modifying based on various factors like maintenance of monuments/museums/major like spots conventions, religious festivals, etc.
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Tour Reviews

This Ajodhya hills tour is awesome for a short tour. We went from Kolkata to Ajodhya by car. The scenic beauty of the hill is awesome and the route is also very beautiful. The view of the lakes is very nice. The hotel is Good especially Food. Well organized by Travotic holidays Team. Thanks to Mr. Abhijit for advising such a good weekend destination. - Mr. Suman Mukherjee

Suman Mukherjee

Thanks Travotic Holidays, for organizing an awesome trip. It was so well organized. We went Ajodhya hills Purulia, visited upper – Local Dam, Mathaburo pujo and Falls. Hotel was fine , Car was Brand New and Driver Mithun is a nice person with good knowledge. Special thanks to Mrs.Arpita Saha her cooperation.She customised our tour program so beautifully.Hotels were pretty good,in nice location.

Ms Alpana Ghosh

Decent trip organizer for weekend Destination. Visited Ajodhya last week. hotels and Car and Services provided are of top-notch.

Md. Nehal Anwar