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Frequently Asked Questions About Assam

What is the Best Time to Visit Assam?

Assam is very hot during summer. More than half of the state also faces flood during monsoon. So, the best time to visit Assam would be in autumn and winter. Ideally, from October through April. All of the five national parks are also officially open during this period.

What is Special About Assam?

The unique specialty of Assam is the one-horned Rhinoceros found primarily in Kaziranga National Park. Assam is also famous for its beautiful and dynamic country landscapes which ranges from forests to hilly lands to plain paddy fields to banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River.

What are the main Tourist Destinations in Assam?

The main tourist destinations in Assam are:
  • Kaziranga National Park: Kaziranga National Park is famous for the one-horned rhinoceros. It is also home to numerous species flora and fauna including tigers, elephants, deer, stag, hogs buffaloes etc and wide varieties of migratory birds. As of now, Kaziranga National Park offers both elephant and jeep safari for visitors.
  • Majuli: Majuli is the largest river island in the world. Majuli houses the Satras, which are a type of institutions that practices the Vaishnavite culture of Hinduism, pioneered by Mahapurush Simanta Sankardev. It also offers scenic beauty of countryside and tribes of Assam.
  • Sivasagar: Sivasagar used to be the capital of Ahom Kingdom. The Ahom dynasty ruled Assam for more than 600 years, and not even the Mughals stood a chance in front of the witty Ahom warriors. Sivasagar houses the reins and forts of Ahom kingdom, which are famous for their unique architectural style.
  • Tezpur: Tezpur is one of the oldest city of Assam. Previously known as Sonitpur, it was once the kingdom of King Bana, who is famous for its mention in the Hindu mythological epic - Mahabharata.
  • Manas National Park: Manas National Park is famous for the beautiful picturesque Himalayan lanscapes in the backdrop, and animals like tiger, elephant, deer etc. It also houses the one-horned rhino. As of now, Manas National Park offers both elephant and jeep safari for visitors.
  • Nameri National Park: Nameri National Park is famous for birding. Most of the Himalayan birds can be observed in this park. Along with the birds, it also houses hogs, buffaloes, tigers etc. The Jia Bhoroli River flowing through Nameri, also offers adventure activities like river rafting. As of now, Nameri National Park offers jungle trekking for visitors.
  • Dibru Saikhowa National Park: Dibru Saikhowa National Park houses both aquatic and land animals. The Brahmaputra River in that area is home to some of the rare species of river dolphins, which are only found in Brahmaputra River. The natinoal park is also home to some beautiful ferral horses along with other species of wildlife.
  • Orang National Park: Orang National Park is home to tigers, one-horned rhinos, hogs, elephants, and buffaloes.
  • Dihing Patkai Rainforest and Wildlife Sanctuary: It is the largest rainforest of eastern India, and also know as Amazon of the East. It is home to different species of wildlife including elephants, and more than 10 different species of kingfishers.
  • Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary: Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary or Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary is primarily famous for gibbons. Gibbons are a type of arboreal animals that follows a unique social skill of living as family or couples. People from all over the world visit this sanctuary to study gibbons.
  • Guwahati: Guwahati, the largest city in Northeast India, houses one of the oldest temple in the world, the Kamakhya temple. It is also home to the Dipor Bil bird sanctuary, a freshwater lake.