Assam is a treasure chest, it is filled with gems of gorgeous places, rich culture, savoury cuisine and attractive art and craft. The state is also affluent in wildlife and is in fact home to the largest population of rare one-horned rhinos in India. Assam holiday plans can have several dimension with so much to relish even during short vacations as well. The main attraction of Assam, of course is its rich wildlife that can be best sighted at Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park. Home to more than 1000 species of birds and animals, these wildlife reserves have the major contribution in state’s tourism. Other than national parks, what catches the eye of the visitors in Assam is Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati that is known mainly for its Ambubachi Fair and as a Shaktipeetha.
Guwahati, the main city of not only Assam but of the entire Northeast Region, has a number of tourist attractions including that of Umananda Temple and the mighty Brahmaputra River.
Another major tourist destination in Assam is Majuli Islands, which are reckoned to be the largest river islands in the world. Home to the Satras, this pristine and unique place is certainly a must visit. Another travel allurement comes from North Cachar Hills that houses the only hill station in Assam, Haflong. Known for its picturesque landscape and pleasant climate, Haflong is a nature lover’s paradise. Close to it, is located another popular tourist place called Jatinga. This place has gained its popularity due to the infamous incidents of mass suicide of birds. The Barak Valley region also has a lot to contribute to Assam tourism, mostly famous for its offbeat places that are quite scenic, this region open doors for both nature and adventure lovers. Assam is truly blessed with lovely places that can melt hearts of travellers, there is just so much to relish that you can never run out of reasons to plan a visit here.