Explore the Corners of Assam


If you are looking for a holiday destination which has a lot of variety, then Assam can be your next travel destination. The nature’s delight, the culture and the tradition all mix up and serves a perfect variety to the visitors here.

There are many places that one would love to explore while they are here and taste their local cuisines. Here are some options which are a must visit when it comes to Assam.

Kaziranga National Park

It is said to be one of the most famous national parks of India. It is the home for the famous one horned rhinoceros which in actually a very rare species in the rest of the world. This land is situated in the confluence of four rivers which makes it a perfect fertile one for flourishing flora and fauna. One can also find here the famous Asian elephants apart from the rhinoceros.  Other than these animals, the other species that are spotted here are leopard cats, swamp deer and monitor lizards. Many birds fly down here during winters and among them the popular ones are oriental honey buzzard, white tailed eagle and fishing eagle. One can indulge into elephant safaris or jeep safaris through the dense jungle.


Situated in this state Majuli is the largest river island in the whole world. The indigenous culture and the tribal folk, the local cuisine and the tribal Assamese dance; all awaits you in this beautiful place on River Brahmaputra. The rural ambience and the simplicity of the place attract one the most. It is perfect for a person who wants to spend some time in a quiet and serene destination.

Kamakhya Temple

This temple is situated on the Nilachal Hills which is in Guwahati. It is located at an altitude of 800 feet and on north of this temple flows the beautiful Brahmaputra River. This temple is more than 2200 years old and the architecture of the temple is a thing to watch. It also has an perfect scenic beauty with mountain on one side and river on the other side.

Dibru Saikhowa National Park

 It is a wet land, which is situated in the Tinsukia region of Assam. This is a place which witnesses the presence of more than 500 varieties of species of birds some of which are resident and the others are migratory. The popular birds to be seen here are marsh babbler, ramped vulture and white winged ducks. One can also go for a boat safari here where one can get to see a glimpse of Gangetic river dolphins.

To reach Guwahati one can book train tickets online. One can log into the official website of Indian Railways in order to do so. After the tickets are booked one can easily also book for train food delivery. If the train has a pantry car then one can order food from there. Or else one can take help from the e catering services where one can book their food which will be delivered right on time.

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