If you are planning to spend your time in Assam, you have a very good opportunity to experience the air of the aromatic tea field, thick jungles, and the canoes sailing down to the Brahmaputra. Assam is the best place in the North-East region to explore and enjoy the gift of nature to its fullest. 

These are some places in Assam that will help to make your trip full of adventures and experience an amazing wildlife view that will never fail to amaze you at any corner.

Kaziranga National Park

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When we talk about Assam, the first thing that clicks into mind is the Kaziranga, also known as the one-horned rhino park, which is one of the most famous national parks in the world. The National park is home to two-thirds of the planet’s population of the one-horned rhinoceros. This place is a huge attraction for the tourist and amazes them with its beauty and is also a World Heritage Site. 

The park is well preserved and is very versatile, you can find a large number of species of both flora and fauna.

Apart from One-horned rhinoceros, you can experience Bengal Foxes, Swamp deers, sloth bears, wild buffalos, Chinese Pangolins, gibbons, flying squirrels.

As well as a national park, the park is a tiger reserve as it has a large amount of Bengal tigers under them, which makes it a perfect place for tourists to visit.

You should experience Jeep Safari, Elephant Safari, and the wildlife safari for best results.

Kamakhya Temple

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One of the 51 Shakti Peeths in India, this temple is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Assam. It is said that the temple protects the devotees from the evil eye. 

Apart from the temple, tourists are attracted due to Tantric adoration which is situated on the top of Nilanchal Hills. During the Ambubachi festival is the best time to visit this temple. 

Hindus consider it one of their most important pilgrimages. Talking about the Ambubachi festival, it is organized annually that celebrates the menstruation of the goddess. 

It is one of the oldest temples. It has the Nilachal type architecture which is rarely seen.

Ambubachi Mela is a five-day festival and thousands of tourists come to visit the mela.

Manas National Park


In addition to being a national park, Manas is a biosphere reserve and also is a UNESCO Natural World Heritage site. It is an elephant reserve, a tiger reserve so it is not wrong to call it a biosphere reserve. 

It has a wide range of rarely seen golden langur and red panda. If you want to experience rare species of flora, then it is a kind of heaven for you, it provides you the best place and opportunity to do so.

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The national park has its diversity, it even has its forested hills, tropical evergreen forest, and alluvial grasslands. 

It is home to the second-largest tiger population in India. You can enjoy Bird watching, trekking, Jeep Safari, Elephant Safari, and also visit a tea plantation. 

Majuli Island

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The Majuli island provides warmth and satisfaction to the eyes and that attracts a huge number of tourists. It is the world’s largest riverine island.

The island is situated in the Brahmaputra river and with time the island has shrunk as the river surrounding has grown. 

It is one of the important Satras that is established by Madhavdev and Sankardeva.

During monsoons, the island gets submerged except the bigger islands like Garamur, Kamalabari, and Auniati on the surface. That’s why the best time to visit the island is during May. 

Its remarkable beauty will leave you amazed and surprised and your tourism in Assam is incomplete without visiting this island. 

Kakochang Waterfalls

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Waterfalls are always mesmerizing and it forces every tourist to mesmerize in the beauty of the fall. The Kakochang waterfall lies between the rubber and coffee plantation areas in Jorhat.

This place is another wonder of nature. It is very close to the Kaziranga National Park and will amaze you with its beautiful greenery and landscape.

The fall also provides a very beautiful view of the ruins of Numaligarh and the greenery of lush green plantations. After the monsoon, it is the best time to visit the place so that you can feel the freshness and heavy flow of water.

Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary

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Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is situated on the Eastern Himalayan foothills and amazes you with the mindblowing vie of the Himalayan snowy peak and the endless orchid meadows. 

Here you can experience the rarest bird species and animals of the country, which is unbeatable from any other place. The national park also shares the boundary with Andhra Pradesh and also merges with Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary which provides the tourist a very different experience and they can enjoy two wildlife sanctuaries at the same time.

If you love watching birds or are fond of them, it is a blessing for you and you can even enjoy the mesmerizing landscape views. It is also a place where abandoned and orphaned elephants are taken care of. 

You can watch avifauna like Wreathed Hornbill, Rufous Necked Hornbill, Ibis Bill, Black Stork, and fauna like giant Indian squirrels, Himalayan black bears, and many more.

Guwahati Planetarium

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If you are interested in space and astronomy, you must visit the Guwahati Planetarium and this is one of the very famous tourist attractions of Assam. 

Here you get the opportunity to explore the space and other activities for kids and space enthusiasts. If you are interested in knowing many different and lesser-known facts about the space, you can get everything here.

The place also organizes exhibitions and seminars to make people aware of meteor showers, solar eclipses, and many more. You can visit this place throughout the year, and you will love it. 

Panimoor Falls

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The Panimoor fall is famous for its panoramic sight, if you are traveling from Haflong or nearby, you just need to take your cameras out to create beautiful moments and pictures for a lifetime. 

It is one of the best photogenic places you will find, and you will fall in love with the place. The best time to visit the fall is during the autumn season, spring, and the early winters. 

You can enjoy the beauty of Assam if you visit these best places in Assam. 


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