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Trekking in Assam
Trekking in Assam Adventure buffs can go trekking in the North Cachar Hills and Karbi in Assam. The Telok Pandankecil Trek and Lingtang Trail at Bako are also other exciting and adventurous trails travellers would love to trek through. You can explore the rolling hills, craggy peaks and cool valleys of Assam all year round. The best time to set out for trekking with your backpacks is in the early morning when the weather is pleasant or late in the afternoon. However summers are the best for trekking. Don’t forget to carry comfortable walking shoes, packaged drinking water and sun tan lotion.
Tea Festival in Assam
Tea Festival in Assam Organized by the government of Assam State Tourism Department, the focus of this Tea Festival is mainly on experiencing the tea culture of Assam. It is all about tea, music and merriment, and also includes the famous 'Jhumar' dance of the tea community. This Tea Festival is a whole world of festivity with traditional hospitality along with jungle safaris, tea garden visits, golf, rafting opportunities in turbulent rivers, angling, shopping, an ethnic food festival and days of cultural extravaganza. Showcasing the life-style and work of a tea planter, there is an exhibition as well depicting the growth and development of the tea industry and relative research activities around this trade. A seminar is also organized on...
Elephant Festival in Assam
Elephant Festival in Assam In order to promote conservation and protection of the Asiatic Elephant, the Kaziranga Elephant Festival is organized by the Forest Department and the Tourism Department of Assam. This annual Elephant Festival is held sometime during February each year, and where hundreds of domestic Asiatic elephants are decorated from head to toe for participation in the festivities and programs. Inaugurated in the year 2002 with an objective to highlight and find ways to resolve the increasing human-elephant conflict, this annual event is drawing an increasing number of visitors to the Kaziranga National Park during this period. Rows upon rows of majestic elephant catwalk before enthralled audience during this awareness-raising and...
Food of Assam
Food of Assam Traditional Assamese food is cooked in earthenware on a wood fire, giving it its unique flavo, not spicy; it is even bland at times Assamese cuisine is a mixture of different indigenous as well as external influences with a lot of regional variations. It is characterized by the use of simple ingredients which are at times very flavorful and at times very pungent. Fermented food is very widely used, giving it a very distinct flavor. Preparations in Assam are rarely elaborate. People of Assam eat non-spicy foods and even bland at times. Rice is the staple diet and other supplementary food includes lentils, fish curry, meat curry along with herbs and vegetables. The curry is generally seasoned with ginger, garlic, ca...
Bihu Festival of Assam
Bihu Festival of Assam The Bihus are the national festivals of Assam. There are three Bihus, in the months of January, April and October, and have been celebrated in Assam from ancient times. Each Bihu coincides with a distinctive phase in the farming calendar. The Bohaag Bihu marks the New Year at the advent of seeding time, the Kaati Bihu marks the completion of sowing and transplanting of paddies, and the Maagh Bihu marks the end of the harvesting period. In this agrarian state, joie de vivre typifies the celebration of Bihu with the rich and the poor dancing together to the sound of the Bihu drums – Mother Nature been bountiful again! Even if she hasn’t, there’s next year. Bohag Bihu Also known as the Rongali Bihu, it augurs...
Shopping in Assam
Shopping in Assam The Endi, Muga and Paat Silk varieties of Assam are famous and available with most government emporiums. Intricately weaved, these fabrics make excellent Sarees and local costume - Mekhela Chaddars which are available at several garment shops. The state of Assam is also well known for beautiful cane and bamboo handicrafts including furniture, decorative items and jewelry. A variety of small, delicately crafted cane and bamboo items including earrings, necklaces and bangles serve as unique gifts. Guwahati is an excellent shopping center where items from different regions of the state come together for sale and can also be compared for quality and price. Sualkuchi Assam Silk - Often called the 'Manchester of the East...
Safari in Assam
Safari in Assam Assam the home of 5 National Parks including two UNESCO World Heritage Bio-diversity Hotspots, 17 Wildlife Sanctuaries, 3 Bird Sanctuaries and 10 Rivers, including the mighty Brahmaputra, Assam State is the most happening destination for wildlife tourism in India. With large stocks of domesticated elephants, Jeep and Elephant safaris are a common mode of exploring forest life. The rivers which have since ages provided convenient water-way transportation within the state, is now slowly opening out for tourism. Boat Cruises and Boat Safaris are fast catching up as a favorite and integral method of tourists desiring to explore the vast treasures of Assam culture, regions and wildlife. Kaziranga Elephant Safari One ...
City Parks in Assam
City Parks in Assam These regions contain one of the richest biodiversities in the world consisting of tropical rainforests, deciduous forests, riverine grasslands, bamboo orchards, and several wetland eco systems. Most important cities with Assam State are located alongside River Brahmaputra and its tributaries featuring a number of wildlife sanctuaries. Apart from these preserved areas, several city parks and tea gardens are located in and around these cities, which are home to a variety of flora & fauna some of which are endemic species belonging to the northeast Indian sister states. Most of these city parks are ideal picnic spots with gardens and fountains attracting and providing visitors several charming and recreational spaces. ...
Museums in Assam
Museums in Assam It is important to understand that the government of India had imposed restrictions on the movement of foreigners in Assam for the last 60 years. With the subject of tourism often neglected, museums and other tourist attractions have lacked their fair share of development. This restricted area status was finally lifted for Assam and Meghalaya in the 1990s, subsequently giving birth to a fairly new tourism industry looking forward to realizing its true potential. However, Assam still has a long way to go in order to establish itself as a foremost tourist destination, although it possesses everything that is required to develop as a leader, including one of the most hospitable people. Assam State Museum Founded in...
Angling in Assam
Angling in Assam Angling Keen anglers can pack their fishing equipment and set for fishing on the Jia Bharali River and Kapili River in Assam. Travellers can also fish on the Chandubi Lake in Guwahati and Manas River which is in Manas Tiger Reserve, only a few kilometres away from Guwahati. There is a variety of fish species in these rivers like the Golden Mahseer, local trout and the Cat fish which has been delighting tourists for generations. The best time to go fishing is in the months between October and November and again mid February and mid May. Fishing in monsoons should be avoided since this is the time when most fish species breed. You can take your own fishing equipment or even hire them from the fishing camps nearby the la...