North East India-Contd..

Part II:- Assam Tourist Places

My Previous Post described about the NE’s largest city and in this post I will try to bring up the other places of interest in rest of Assam. So,Let’s move out of Guwahati now and roam to other exquisite places of Assam.For nature lovers Assam and the entire NE has lot more to offer than one could ever think of.There is lots of Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks and each one of them is very well connected with Guwahati and Assam Forest Department provide all sorts of facilities and recreational activities Here is the list of the must visit Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks:-

  • Kaziranga National Park-Famous for one-horned rhino and also famous for Bengal Tiger with home to Elephants,Swamp Deer,is at a distance of 280 kms from Guwahati and takes about 6-7 hours.Jeep and Elephant Safaris are provided for tourist.

    Kaziranga

    Kaziranga

  • Manas Wildlife Sanctuary:-An UNESCO world heritage site famous for Project Tiger reserve,Elephant reserve and Biosphere reserve.The park is known for its rare and endangered endemic wildlife such as the Assam Roofed TurtleHispid HareGolden LangurPygmy Hog and Indian Rhino. Manas is famous for its population of the Wild water buffalo.Tourist interest includes Elephant Rides,Jeep Jungle Safari,Manas Nature Trails And Treks,River Rafting,Bird Watching.Distance from Guwahati is around 180 kms and generally takes around 4-5 hours.

    Manas National Park

    Manas National Park

  • Pobitora National Park:- It is popular for Deers and Rhinos. Situated in the famous Magical village of Mayong in the Marigaon district of Assam in India.It has a dense population of The Great Indian one-horned Rhinoceros and also famous for Migratory birds.It is around 60 kms away from Guwahati and takes about 1.5 hours.

    Pobitora National Park

    Pobitora National Park

  • Majuli:-The largest river island in Assam with around 500 sq.kms of area.There are many Satras(Socio-religious institutions) defining traditions of Assam and Cultural entity of the tribes,rare species of migratory birds.Majuli is around 490 kms away from Guwahati,to reach Majuli one has to goto Jorhat which is 310 kms away and from there use the inland transport system to reach Majuli.It takes about 8 hours to reach Majuli from Guwahati.
    Majuli Hut

    Majuli Hut

    Majuli Travel

    Majuli Travel

    Majuli Serene

    Majuli Serene

  • Haflong Hill:- This hill station is very popular among tourists as it is one of the most scenic destinations in the North Eastern part of India. This hill station is located a small distance away from Silchar, and can easily be reached.It is around 310 kms away fro m Guwahati and takes about 6 hours to reach.

    Haflong

    Haflong

  • Sivasagar:-The ocean of lord Shiva formerly known as Rangpur was the capital of the Ahom Kingdom from 1699 to 1788.This town’s main feature is the water body from which it gets its name.This is a 257-acre (1.04 sq.km) tank also called Borpukhuri dug by Ahom King,at a higher elevation than the rest of the town,with three temples(“Doul”s inAssamese) on its banks.Its Monuments like Talatal Ghar,Kareng Ghar,Rong Ghar,Siva Doul,Vishnu Doul are of main tourist attractions.It is around 370 kms from guwahati and takes about 7-8 hours to reach.

    Sivasagar

    Sivasagar

  • Apart from these,places like Dibrugarh,Silchar,Barpeta,Bongaigaon,Sualkuchi,Lakhimpur are worth visiting know the in-depth essence of Assam.All of these places are very well connected with Guwahati by Rail and Road.
    Barpeta Satra

    Barpeta Satra

    Dibrugarh Tea Gardens

    Dibrugarh Tea Gardens

    Sualkuchi Silk Weaving

    Sualkuchi Silk Weaving

Best time to visit Assam is between October to April as the weather during this period is mild and moderate with pleasant sunny days and cool nights.This is all about Assam Tourism.In the next coming post I will move out of Assam and write about other NE States.Hope you guys liked my post,if there is any suggestion or questions please do comment.

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