• Assam Travel Guide
  • Assam Travel Guide
  • Assam Travel Guide

Assam Travel Guide

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Located in the north-east part of India with its national borders to Bihar, West Bengal, Tripura, Mizoram and Nagaland and international borders to Bhutan, Bangladesh, and Assam is a beautiful state full of wonders. It is roughly shaped like a bird with wings that is also known as the gateway to Seven Sister states in India.

The beautiful state has something for all types of tourists as it is known for unspoiled natural beauty, substantial biodiversity, tea plantation and its unique culture and civilization. Brahmaputra is the main river and of course the lifeline of the state. There is a lot more to explore in the state ranging from wildlife sanctuaries to national parks, beautiful cities pilgrimages, rural areas, hills, deep valleys and a lot more.

Wildlife tourism is the main attraction here to keep you enticed. Kaziranga National Park is one of them that are known for habituating one horned rhino that is in the category of endangered species of animals. In addition, Manas National Park, Pobitora Wildlife sanctuaries, Nameri National Park, Dibru-Saikhowa National park are names a few known as famous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in the state. Not forget to mention the Ahom Dynasty that is known for its cultural heritage.

Guwahati – the capital city of the state is also a famous tourist destination that is known for world-famous Kamakhya Temple. In addition, Silchar, Dibrugarh, etc are also prime cities of the state. During your tour to Assam, you will come close the ancient culture and traditions and above all friendly people truly welcome you and present you the real view of Incredible India.

How to Reach Assam
The beautiful state in North-East Part of India is well connected via road, rail and air to rest of India.

Assam by Air : There are regular flights from Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai and other cities to Guwahati and Silchar domestic airports.

Assam by Rail : Guwahati is the main rail head that is also counted as the last railway station to reach in different states in north-east India. However, there are other stations too.

Assam by Road : The state is well connected via road to rest of India.