Guwahati Tourism

In the tea state of Assam rests a heaven where Mother Nature resides with all her charms – The city we call Guwahati. The capital of Assam, Guwahati evokes images of verdant green hills and sprawling tea plantations.  It is the place where the very ancient Temples of Hajo still breathe and this is the land where the exciting wildlife hub of Kaziranga National Park is located. Guwahati makes a perfect escape for those seeking some moments of calmness amidst nature.  Do not forget to bring your camera here as the city treats you with some astonishing facades of the world.

Top Places to Visit

Temples of Hajo
The spiritual village of Hajo rests on the banks of the Brahmaputra River. Around 30 kilometres from Guwahati, Hajo is a historical pilgrimage centre which is visited by Hindus, Buddhists as well as Muslims. Here you can find numerous temples worshipped by the devotees. Out of all, the most famous one is Hayagriva Madhava Temple located at the top of the Monikut hill.

Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park is a popular World Heritage Site in Guwahati. It is known for being home to 1800 one-horned-rhinoceros roaming around freely in their natural environment. The National Park was declared a Tiger Reserve in 2006 due to the high density of tiger population here. Other commonly found animals here include elephants, water buffalos, and swamp deer.

Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary
Residing in the floodplains of the Brahmaputra River, this is another wildlife heaven popular for being home to the endangered one-horned-rhinoceros. Even though its area is small for being a sanctuary, being home to a high density of rhinoceros it earned the title of a Sanctuary. Take a jungle safari though this park to relish its unmatched wilderness. Here you can enjoy elephant ride to observe the jungle happenings from a perfect view.

Sri Surya Pahar
Sri Surya Pahar is a noteworthy archaeological spot in Assam. In this mountainous terrain, you can find numerous rock cut Shivalingas and votive stupas. Statues of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain deities can be found in all parts of Sri Surya Pahar.

Bhuvaneswari Temple
This temple is located at the top of the Sri Surya Pahar. It is dedicated to Goddess Bhuvaneswari. The place offers amazing views of nature sprawling around and bestows great peace. The temple hosts the famous Ambubachi festival which remains very popular among locals.

How to Reach
By Air: Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is the major airport in all of North East India. The airport is about 20 kilometres west of the city centre.
By Rail: Guwahati Junction is the major railway station of Guwahati.
By Road: Guwahati is very well connected with the adjoining cities and states through bus service.


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