Assam, a treasure of natural beauty, spiritual ambiance, offbeat attractions, the sacred river, kind people, and ardent culture. Being one of seven sisters of Northeast India, a vacation in Assam is all about witnessing a perfect blend of nature, history, and culture at the same time.
The state has many wildlife reserves and is home to a one-horned rhino, one of Assam's tourism best-known charms. Assam is one of the least explored regions in the country leading to an untouched aura that is sure to attract you.
Blessed with breathtaking landscapes, Assam is known to be one of the top biodiversity hotspots in the entire world. Asia's mightiest river, the Brahmaputra makes its way through Assam. Going on a wildlife Safari, soothing the spiritual soul by visiting some sacred centers, indulging in shopping, treating your taste buds with delectable food are some of the must-do things when in Assam. From sightseeing places to pilgrimage sites to wildlife adventures, one can enjoy every possible type of holiday in Assam.
Assamese cuisine is a delightful retreat for the tourists, the must-try dishes are Machor Tenga, and Duck Roast. Bhut Jolokia, the world's hottest chili is mainly produced in Assam. Like other states of India, Assam celebrates its festivals with great enjoyment and enthusiasm. The main festival is the Bihu festival is celebrated three times a year. Nestled in the deep valley of the Himalayas, Assam is an unexplored and untouched treasure trove. To know more about its natural beauty, one must definitely pay a visit to this delightful place for an amazing holiday experience.
Language Spoken -
Assamese, Bodo, Bengali
Things to do
Explore the largest river Island: Majuli
Take a cruise ride in the Brahmaputra river
Spot one-horned rhino in Kaziranga National Park
Taste Scrumptious Delicacies
Bird watching at Manas National Park
Rafting in Jia Bhoreli River
Take a stroll at tea gardens at Dibrugarh
Best time to visit
Assam is best visited from November to May. The weather is perfect, with cool winds blowing from the Himalayan foothills to reduce heat and humidity. Orchids bloom between March and May, and it is a season of immense joy for the local people who are busy celebrating Bihu, the harvest festival.