Located south of the Eastern Himalayas and dominated by the only ‘male river’, the mighty Brahmaputra, Assam is the gateway to North East India. From the lush green tea-gardens to fertile alluvial plains to thriving forests with their vibrant wildlife, the state is blessed with all the gifts of nature a place can ask for.
Guwahati, the capital city of Assam, is connected to the rest of the state by excellent highways which make it very convenient for travelers to travel to their places of interests.
Home to the one-horned Rhino, the Kaziranga National Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Manas Tiger Reserve – a UNESCO Natural World Heritage site and the Majuli island – the largest river island in the world are just one of the few unique places in Assam to see which, thousands of tourists come each year, from all parts of the world.
The number of historical sites in Assam is almost overwhelming, thanks to the various kingdoms that have ruled here.