Assam Discovery Tour - Paradise Unexplored
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Assam Discovery Tour

Paradise Unexplored / Assam Discovery Tour

Assam Discovery Tour

INR32000 Booking Amount : INR5000

per person

Discover Assam the way it is. Assam is abundantly rich in wildlife, flora and fauna and that is exactly how we want you to see this place – brimming with greenery and untouched beauty.

Guwahati is home to quite a few temples including the temple is dedicated to goddess Kamakhya – an incarnation of Sati. Located on the Nilachal hill, it is believed that that the yoni or creative organ of Sati fell when Vishnu, in a bid to save the world from the Shiva’s tandava nrittya or dance of destruction, cut her dead body into 51 pieces with his sudarshan chakra.

Kaziranga National park is a world heritage site famous for the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros. The landscape of Kaziranga is sheer forest, tall elephant grass, rugged reeds, marshes and shallow pools. Kaziranga also has a good number of Tigers and is home to large breeding population of Elephants, Wild Water Buffalo and Swamp Deer.

Best Time to Visit: November to May

  • Departure
    Guwahati, Dibrugarh
  • Dress Code
    Light Woolens
  • Include
    Cost Is Per Person On A Twin Sharing Basis
    Standard Hotel Rooms
  • Available at an additional cost
    Tour Guide
    Hotel Room Upgrades to Deluxe, Premium and Elite Options
    Car Upgrades
    Entry Fees To Locations

Day 01: Arrive Guwahati

Post arrival at Guwahati airport/railway station and transfer to hotel, you may walk through back alleys and old quarters, and experience local flavour that lingers amid its suburban sprawl of ponds, palm trees, small single-storey traditional houses and old colonial-era mansions.

Day 02: Guwahati – Kaziranga (230 kms, 4 hrs approx.)

Today you will be visiting the Kamakhya Temple in the morning. Later in the afternoon, we drive you to Kaziranga WIldlife Sanctuary. One can spot a number of animals like tigers, elephants, Wild Water Buffalo, Swamp Deer or even the Great One Horned Rhino if lucky.

Day 03: Kaziranga

Put your jungle boots on for an early morning elephant ride at the park & return to the hotel for breakfast. Later a round of Elephant Safari & Jeep Safari in the Central range of the park await you.

Day 04: Kaziranga – Majuli (155 kms, 5 hours approx. including waterways)

Drive to Nimati Ghat near Jorhat. From there take ferry to Majuli Island. Majuli is the second largest riverine island of the world, which spreads over 924.6 square kilometres with a population of about 150,000. The island, threatened with constant erosion by the mighty and unstable Brahmaputra River, had been the principal place of pilgrimage of Vaishnavites since the age of the Ahom rulers. Several Sattras (monasteries) resembling those of medieval times are headed by Satradhikars teaching Vaishnavism, which was introduced by Srimanta Sankardeva (1449–1568). Each Sattra has an unknown wealth of Vaishnavite scriptures and extensive revenue-free lands cultivated by the Bhakats (celebrated monks) of the Sattras. The Satras or Vaishnava monasteries which are the center of learning, art and culture. It is also famous for migratory bird and Missing tribal culture. Afternoon proceed to visit the local villages and the Satriya.

Day 05: Majuli – Sivasagar – Dibrugarh (170 kms, 6 hours approx. including waterways)

Proceed to ferry ghat for ferry to Jorhat, from Jorhat drive to Dibrugarh via Sivasagar. Visit Rongghar, Talatal Ghar, Siva Doul, etc. Dibrugarh is a city and is the headquarters of the Dibrugarh district in the state of Assam in India. Well known as the Tea City of India, Dibrugarh is considered to be a major city in eastern India in line with Guwahati and Bhubaneswar and is the emerging communication and industrial hub of North East India. Dibrugarh is also one of the two main cities in the state of Assam to receive urban development aid from the Asian Development Bank and is the nerve centre of industry, communication and healthcare of the upper Assam region. Dibrugarh is located 439 km east of Guwahati, the capital city of the Indian state of Assam. Dibrugarh is well connected to the rest of India by rail, road and air transport and thus serves as a gateway to eastern Assam and also parts of Arunachal Pradesh. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 06: Departure from Dibrugarh

After breakfast transfer to the Dibrugarh airport/railway station in time for onward connection.

Tour Location

Kaziranga - Majuli - Sivasagar - Dibrugarh