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.
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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Assam in India is famous for Majuli, the largest river island in the world. The Majuli Festival provides lot of opportunities to the people out there. During the festival, special events like cultural programs and exhibitions are organized.
Tea Festival of Assam Tourism is a good mix of tea, music and enjoyment, which is annually held in the month of November the tea city of Jorhat. Visiting this festival is a great experience, from getting to taste different kinds of tea, journey through the tea gardens, to Jorhat Golf course, jungle safaris, angling, river rafting and romantic River Cruises. It’s ideal for excursions to Majuli the largest river island in the world.
The Magh Bihu festival of Assam is celebrated with great fervor by its entire populace. Characterized by merrymaking and feasting, this festival marks the end of the harvesting season when there is abundance of everything. It is the best time to experience the colorful culture of Assam.
The Ambubachi Mela is celebrated in Guwahati. The Ambubachi Mela is the most important festival of the Kamakhya Temple of Guwahati. It is believed that the presiding goddess of the temple, Devi Kamakhya, the Mother Shakti, goes through her annual cycle of menstruation during this time stretch.
The Bohak Bihu, also known as "Haat Bihu", marks the beginning of the Assamese new year and the coming of Spring. The Rongali Bihu festival is a part of the Bihu Festival of Assam that continues for seven days. Apart from the feasts and other features, the main attraction of the festival is Bihu dancing, during which visitors are served with rice beer.
Elephant Festival is held annually to spread awareness about the need to preserve Asiatic
elephants. During this period, large crowd flocks to Assam to view the
beautiful elephant procession, which is part of the festival.
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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.
If you are travelling during summer, always carry some drinking water, face wipes, and a folding or hand fan.
It is advised to carry travellers’ cheques and cards instead of a lot of cash while traveling to crowded areas to be safe.
It is preferred to move or stay with other tourists in a group, if the touring trip is somewhere away from the city.