Assam is the largest and most accessible of the
north east India states. It's best known for its tea, and around 60% of India's tea is grown there. The capital and gateway of Assam is the sprawling and
rather unattractive Guwahati. Most people spend a few days there though, despite its ugliness, as it's the best place to organize tours around Assam and the
other north east India states. There are also a number of temples of interest in Guwahati. However, the most famous attraction in Assam is Kaziranga National
Park, home to the rare Great Indian One-Horned Rhinocerous. You won't find this rhino in many other places, so a visit to this park is something special.
Majuli, the world’s largest inhabited river island, is worth visiting off-the-beaten-track.Assam is an entry to the North East India. It is a region where
nature herself has painted the vibrant landscape, hillocks, woods, rivers and streams, flora, fauna and best is the affectionate people. The state of Assam
cast a spell on the travelers exploring the treasures of the place. An abode of one horned rhino, blue rivers and red mountains, aromatic tea gardens make
Tourism in Assam a special experience. Assam bears a testimony of rich cultural heritage through its temples, monuments and torrential Brahmaputra. It is
legendary state in terms of traditions and civilization and hence makes for an amazing experience. For naturalists, adventure enthusiasts, pilgrims and
connoisseurs alike, Assam tourism is a delightful experience. The wildlife parks and sanctuaries make this state a unique habitat for the wild beasts. Assam
has five national parks including the World Heritage Sites of Kaziranga and Manas, and 20 Wildlife and Bird Sanctuaries. Among the well known are Kaziranga
National Park Wildlife tour, Manas National Park, Orang National Park, Sonai Rupai Wildlife Sanctuary, Pabha or Milroy Sanctuary, Dibru-Saikhowa National Park,
Laokhowa Wildlife Sanctuary, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Namber Wildlife Sanctuary, Pani Dihing Wildlife Sanctuary, Barandi Game Reserve. Rafting, Angling,
River Cruise, Trekking, Wild Life Safari, Tea Tour, Golf Tour are some of the activity one can enjoy in Assam.
People belonging to various cultures and races live here. The land has people following various faiths. Assam is home for various crafts as well. Be it the natural scenery or culture of the people of Assam guest are sure to be awed by the variety and color the state has to offer. Brahmaputra is the longest river in the country and cruising on the river that flows through the rich beauty of Assam is a unique experience. A cruise on Brahmaputra offers tea garden visits, wildlife viewing, exploring villages, Temples and towns. One can have a great time experiencing the essence of of the state on a cruise. Halflong, Majuli, Barpeta, Bongaigaon, Dispur, Goalpara, Karimganj, Nalbari, Digboi, Tezpur, Silchar are also some places which are worth a visit in Assam. The scenic landscapes and the enthralling views of Assam make the place a traveler’s delight.
Airways - Guwahati is the major airport of North East India and is well connected to the rest of India with daily
flights. Guwahati, Tezpur, Jorhat, Dibrugarh, Lakimpur, Silchar are the Airports that provide Air Connectivity to Assam. Guwahati is the major airport in this
region well connected with rest of the region. The airport is just 20 kilometers from the town.
Railways - Guwahati is the largest major station of North East India. Assam is well connected with rest of India with daily trains from Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, etc. Rajdhani Express from Delhi will take you to Guwahati in about 24 to 36 hours and is supported by the second Rajdhani to Dibrugarh. Trains from all over India reach Guwahati and is the life line of north east.
Roadways – Roads are good and private vehicles ply in all the sectors of North East India. Private vehicles and buses ply all over the north east connecting Guwahati with Tezpur, Jorhat, Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, Silchar, Dimapur, Kohima, Imphal, Aizawal and Itnagar. Guwahati is well connected with Siliguri, Shillong, Dimapur, Jorhat, Haflong, Tinsukia Digboi and the rest of the cities in North east India.