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Assam

The land of green valleys, blue hills, and the red river, Assam is a famous tourist destination in Northeast India. The world-famous Kaziranga National Park in Upper Assam, the hot water spring at Central Assam hill, or the historical city of Guwahati in Lower Assam, the state is also almost brimming with places of tourist interest.

The size of Assam is almost similar to that of Austria or Ireland. Being the leading producer of tea, it is also famous for its large-scale tree plantation. Major variety of silks is cultivated and the place is treated to be one of the largest producers of high-quality silk.

How To Reach Assam?

  • Air: Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati is one of the busiest airports. The land has good connectivity with major cities through airports in Dibrugarh, Silchar, Tezpur, and Jorhat.
  • Railway: The North East Frontier Railways is well-connected with almost entire Assam. Avail the Rajdhani Express if you are travelling from Delhi and experience the scenic beauty offered by Assam’s countryside.
  • Road: There are buses running from Siliguri to Guwahati all over the year. Numerous highways link Assam with major Indian states and Bhutan.

Places To Visit In Assam?

  • Kaziranga National Park
  • Madan Kamdev Temple
  • Namdang Stone Bridge
  • Jatinga
  • Maidam

What To Do In Assam?

  • Experience the river cruise on the Brahmaputra initiated by a firm named Assam-Bengal navigation. The cruise covers the whole of Assam and offers a view of rural Assam as well.
  • Green Pastures is an Eco-tourism venture offering the tourists wildlife safaris, tea stays, interesting adventure tours, and tribal stays.

When Is The Best Time To Visit Assam?

Visit the state between the months of November to May as during these months cool winds blow from the Himalayan foothills and the temperature is both, hot and humid. For those visiting Assam between the months of March to May can enjoy the blooming orchids and have a taste of the Bihu festival.

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