Assam Tour Packages

Assam is a treasure chest of surprises, from a tea leaf that produces an amber liquid to a palace built with rice flour and duck eggs to a meadow that protects a rare golden langur. a fusion of colours and an alchemy of cultures. Emerald, sea foam, and sage hues of green cover the plains, and caramel-colored mountains form the background. The elusive tiger coexists with the one-horned rhinoceros, and artistic traditions and contemporary education coexist harmoniously. Every traveler’s dream destination, Assam is regarded as the entryway to northern India. Assam has successfully maintained its sovereignty and identity despite cultural and linguistic encroachment from its neighbouring states of West Bengal and Odisha. The gamosa, a white and red scarf that Assamese men wear around their necks, and the mekhola sadar, a traditional outfit for Assamese women, are the state’s outward symbols of its culture and dress. In contrast, the regional food in this area is fish that has been spiced up. Assam is undoubtedly a classic tourist destination because it has all of these things intact in this small state of India.

Weather in Assam

One of the favourable weather conditions to plan a trip to Assam is winter because the summer season is quite hot and unbearable. Even the temperature in summer season is ranging between 38 degree celsius to 32 degree celsius. Therefore, planning a trip to Assam in winter is best because at this time a gentle wind blows from the sides of himalayas and cools the air of Assam which further makes it easy for its visitors to explore and enjoy activities that are available within the state of Assam.
Winters in Assam are generally chilly but refreshing; the maximum temperature in winter is 25 degree celsius, however the minimum is 8 degree celsius. Visiting Assam in winter allows you to do thrilling activities like boating, kayaking, trekking etc along with sightseeing. You can also explore a famous wildlife sanctuary Known as Kaziranga National Park (home to the largest population of one-horned Rhinoceros in the world).

How to Reach Assam

By Air:
If you are preparing to visit Assam for an excursion then the fastest way by which you can be able to reach this biodiversity state of India called Assam is a flight to Guwahati. You can book an air ticket from big cities of India to Guwahati Airport, you can book from Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore or from any other part within India. The Guwahati International airport or Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport which is built at a distance of 25 km from the Guwahati city is considered as one of the biggest international airports in the northeastern region of india.
By Train:
You can also plan your excursion trip to Assam by train because there are a large number of direct train services available from major cities of India like Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore etc.
By Road:
If you are travelling in a group then an excursion of Assam through the highway  is not a bad idea because several national highways pass through the state of Assam.Even the condition of the roads are excellent and you can choose to drive down yourself.
The roads and highways are well-maintained within the state of Assam. you  will have a comfortable road trip throughout their excursion. Although the road journey takes quite some time, it gives you a beautiful lifetime experience which you will not get in any other transportation services. But one thing is recommended from Kajaawa is avoid travelling through roads during the monsoon season because you may face a flood and landslide.

1. Mention the best time to visit Assam?

Best time to visit Assam is in between November to May because at this time you can find moderate weather due to the winds blowing from himalayan sides towards Assam. Winds from mountain sides also reduce the heat and humidity and provide a cool breeze for all living beings of Assam.

2. At what time does the people of Assam celebrate Bihu?

Bihu festival is celebrated between March and May when these beautiful and stunning orchids bloom. This time is also considered as a joy rhythm for the local peoples because at this period of time they celebrate their harvesting festival called as Bihu.

3. List some best things to do in Assam?

Some best things to do in Assam are as Follows:
Go for a river cruise: The Brahmaputra river that flows through Assam offers you an opportunity to do a river cruise in it. It also allows you to witness underwater lifes. There are different-different types of cruises available with dinner and other inclusion facilities. 
Do a wildlife safari: Assam serves various endangered species in its lap and the best way to observe them is through a wildlife exploration in their required zones or regions. Some must visit places to witness them are Kaziranga National Park, Manas National Park, Orang National Park  etc.
Watch the traditional festival of Assam: Bihu, a traditional festival of Assam which is celebrated three times in a year; January, April and October respectively. It is considered as the biggest festival of Assam which includes dancing and folk music, cultural activities, fares etc.
Enjoy adventure activities: Assam is considered as a home of enormous water-bodies which helps its visitors to do a lot of water activities like boating, fishing, rafting etc.

4. List some adventure activities to perform in Assam?

Wildlife exploration: Assam is home to ⅔ of the world largest population of one horned Rhinoceros along with various endangered species like tigers, leopards, wild cats etc. you can witness them by doing a safari in their regions.
Rafting: Like Brahmaputra there are many other rivers flowing through Assam which allows its visitors to perform this rafting activity on their high tides and currents.  
Trekking: Mesmerising landscapes of mixed lands around the town of Lilabari and Adamail zone gives an excellent site for trekking. 
Camping: you can experience a camping activity in the middle of a natural setting in Assam. You can do this activity near Lilabari town and one of the best things about this camping activity is you can witness the charming views of himalayas from it.

5. Name some best sites to visit with family during an Assam trip?

Some best places are as follows:
Kaziranga National Park: This is one of the famous sites to visit in Assam, as it serves some of the endangered species in its lap like tiger, leopard, wild cats, swamp deer etc along with the largest population of one-horned rhinoceros in entire India. Apart from it you can also witness a variety of plants and animals in a particular habitat.
Majuli Island: It is known as the world’s largest island situated on a river, it covers an area of 352 square Km. During monsoon most of the parts of this island goes underwater. This island is supposed to be a part of heaven for birds-watchers as they can witness varieties of migratory birds on this island.
Haflong lake: The required lake is considered as the heart of Haflong city, it is also considered as the popular attraction among the locals. You can perform various water-sports here like fishing, boating etc. This lake also has a great number of tortoises in it. 

6. Is visiting Assam worthy?

In terms of natural luxury Assam is considered as a great state in north-east India as you can find several wildlife reserves, natural attractions, tea-gardens, tribal culture, local heritages etc here. All these things make Assam a worthwhile place.

7. Number of days required to cover a Assam trip?

You will be needing a 6-7 days trip to explore all the beautiful and adventure sites of Assam. During these days you are able to do sightseeing, activities, and shopping. You can also interact with local peoples and their culture for a lifetime remembrance.

8. Name some best resorts within Assam?

Some of the well known resorts situated within the state of Assam are:
Resort Borgas
Aarian woods resort
United 21 Grassland Resorts
Brahmaputra Jungle Resort
Zizina Resort

9. Is Assam safe for its visitors?

Yes, Assam is extremely safe for visiting but there is only one thing the visitors have to keep in mind that avoid visiting during monsoon season because at this time Assam suffers from heavy flood. Apart from monsoon season you can visit Assam at any period of time.

10. In Assam how many months does it rain?

In Assam monsoon season starts from the end of May and lasts till October, the required temperature at this point of time is nearly 35 degree celsius. You can also plan a trip to Assam during monsoon season if you are a water-sports lover.

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