Guwahati Tour Packages

Formerly known as Pragjyotishpur, the enormous metropolis of Guwahati is the largest and most cosmopolitan city in northeastern India. Narkasur, the demon king, is claimed to have constructed Guwahati, the city of Eastern Lights. It is home to Dispur, the state’s political centre, which is nestled amongst the magnificent hills that make up the Himalayan mountain range’s eastern flanks. It is well connected to all of India’s major cities by air, rail, and road, as well as to all locations within Assam by these three means of transportation and to many other locations by waterways as well. A tourist should visit Guwahati to take advantage of the city’s many attractions. A river cruise on the Brahmaputra, which offers a great view of the dawn and sunset, a visit to the Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra, and the Assam State Museum are a few of the major tourist attractions in Guwahati.

Weather in Guwahati

Guwahati is a fast developing city situated at the northeastern part of India in the State of Assam. It is a mesmerising city which contains not only beautiful places but also activities that can boost someone’s adrenaline rush like rock climbing, rafting, exploring wildlife sanctuary and many more which makes it a place impossible to be ignored. Guwahati city has a quality of attracting others throughout the year but visiting it in winter season is best because at this time the current weather of Assam is very much suitable for its visitors, as the cool breezes from himalayas decreases the temperature of Guwahati.
If you are planning a trip to Guwahati then it is recommended to plan it in the coldest season of the year because within this period of time the maximum temperature is 15 degree celsius and minimum is 6 degree celsius a perfect weather temperature for performing your required activities along with sightseeing.

How to Reach Guwahati

By Air:
The fastest way to reach the city of the world famous one-horned rhinoceros or Guwahati city is a flight service to Guwahati International Airport from any major cities of India. Regular flights are accessible from Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai and Delhi. Guwahati Airport is the biggest international airport situated in the northeastern part of India.
By Train:
If you are moving with a train then the nearest railway stations to Guwahati city are Kamakhya railway station and Guwahati railway station and these stations are attached to many different parts of India. You can avail a direct train service facility from many major cities like Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai, New delhi.
By Road:
Guwahati is considered as the major road fulcrum in the northeastern part of India as it allows an excellent medium for overnight buses that run between Guwahati and other big cities like Kohima, Imphal, Itanagar and Siliguri. You can visit Guwahati by road as well because it is well-connected with other highways that are reaching Guwahati city.

Frequently Asked Questions on Guwahati

1. What makes Guwahati a special place?

Guwahati is the home to the largest population of one-horned rhinoceros and it makes approximately ⅔ of its total population in the world, it also serves other endangered animals like tigers, swamp deers, cheetahs, wild cats, etc in its lap which makes it a special place to visit within Assam, India.

2. Mention the best time to visit guwahati?

Best time to visit Guwahati is between October to March because at this time you can find suitable or relaxing weather neither too hot nor too cold because of the cold breezes coming from the himalayan sides.

3. How can I communicate at Guwahati?

You can communicate in Guwahati in multiple languages like English, Hindi etc, although its official language is Assamese but people out here can speak in English and Hindi as well.

4. List some of the best food I can find in Guwahati?

Some of the best and popular foods you can find in this required city are given below:
Masor Tenga

5. What type of culture can I find in Guwahati?

You can find a Mongolian tribe culture at the utmost level because the most frequently founded tribe in this region is Mongolian tribe. Apart from it you can also find other tribes like Indo-burmese, Mongolian, Aryan and Indo-Iranian. Even after belonging from so many different tribes, the people of Guwahati have a broad feeling of hospitality for its visitors.

6. Is Guwahati a safe place to visit?

Yes, Guwahati is totally safe to visit because it is a big metropolis city and it will take your whole day if you want to explore it by a cab or a car. Even a solo traveller can travel within the city without any action of pausing before doing it.

7. Mention some best places to visit within Guwahati?

Some of the best places to visit within and around Guwahati are as follows:
Kaziranga National Park
Nehru Park
Guwahati Planetarium
Guwahati zoo
Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary
Fancy Bazar

8. What mementos can I buy from Guwahati?

You can buy an enormous number of things and assets from Guwahati like hand-made clothes, handlooms, traditional handicrafts and clothes etc. You can also buy one of the valuable assets of Assam from here i.e, Assam tea leaves which are popular all over the world.

9. Is planning a Guwahati trip worthwhile for a newbie?

Yes, planning a Guwahati trip for a newbie is more than worthwhile because it allows its visitors to do sightseeing along with the various adventurous activities like exploring a jungle,  Zip Lining over Brahmaputra river, Rock climbing etc.

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