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welcome to Assam

Assam, the land where you sip the best flavors of tea, dip your feet in its mighty rivers, and relax. It is famous throughout the world for its tea; the Kaziranga National Park that conserves the endangered Indian one-horned rhinoceros; Muga silk, which is solely produced in the state; colorful festivals; beautiful temples; and exotic biodiversity. You can witness and experience spectacular landscapes, hospitable locals, exotic cuisines, and artistic heritage. 

Assam is a mixture of wildlife and complex ethnicity.  Spend your holidays in Assam and take back home some of the most wonderful memories to cherish. 

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Assam, the land where you sip the best flavors of tea, dip your feet in its mighty rivers, and relax. It is famous throughout the world for its tea; the Kaziranga National Park that conserves the endangered Indian one-horned rhinoceros; Muga silk, which is solely produced in the…

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Getting There
Getting Around
By Air

Assam is well connected with Delhi, Bangalore, and other major cities of India through major airlines. Guwahati’s Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is the most accessible airport. 

By Rail

You can travel to Assam with ease as there are direct train services from Kolkata, Mumbai, and all the other major metropolitan cities to Guwahati, the rail hub of Assam. There are two railway stations in Assam: one is Guwahati railway station and the other is Dibrugarh railway station.

By Bus

Guwahati is connected to the states of Bihar, Jharkhand, and West Bengal through National Highway 31, while National Highway 37 connects Guwahati with almost all the major cities of Assam. Highways are well-maintained, giving you a smooth, relaxing ride.

Buses are the most common medium of travel in Assam for travelling in and around Assam. They are generally well maintained, clean, and comfortable. There are regular bus services connecting important places within Assam and to neighboring states. Guwahati is very well connected with the adjoining cities and states through the bus service. The three nodal points of Adabari, Paltan Bazar, and ISBT Guwahati, provide bus services to towns and cities in Assam and adjoining states.

Cabs are also a good option for travelling inside Assam and to the surrounding regions as well. In major cities and even small towns, private taxis are available for rent for local travel as well for inter-city travel. Taxis can be also rented on a daily basis. For a traveler, it is easier to hire a taxi from the main town to different parts of Assam.

You can also get around different places in Assam in a mountain bike. The alluring scenery, good roads, and helpful Assamese people – what better start to a holiday!

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While taking commuting vehicles from prepaid taxi and auto stands, negotiate the fare. They will mostly give you some discount. Plus taking commuting vehicles is preferable.

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If you are travelling during summer, always carry some drinking water, face wipes, and a folding or hand fan.

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It is advised to carry travellers’ cheques and cards instead of a lot of cash while traveling to crowded areas to be safe.

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It is preferred to move or stay with other tourists in a group, if the touring trip is somewhere away from the city. 

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