Winter destinations to explore in Assam

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Winter is approaching, and many people must be looking forward to visiting new areas. Even though the COVID pandemic is still there, many people must be considering ways to get rid of their COVID nightmares. However, let us have a look at several spots in the North East where you can enjoy a few thrilling winter days.

Assam is one of India’s most gorgeous destinations. It’s a part of the seven sisters of the India’s northeast, and full of unexpected surprises and fantastic adventures. Winter and summer are the finest times to visit Assam because the weather is pleasant. Summers are deliciously refreshing, while winters are cool yet nice. However; for all the travellers it is advised to visit Assam during the monsoon season, as the region receives a lot of rain during that time and it isn’t the best time to visit.

With the arrival of winter, Assam is ready to reveal all her beauty to all those seeking to explore the land.

  • Kaziranga National Park

The enormous Kaziranga National Park, which is home to the famous Indian one-horned rhinoceros, is possibly Assam’s most popular attraction. Kaziranga is a wildlife lover’s paradise with the largest concentration of tigers and various magnificent safari paths. It’s a place where you may see nature at its most natural. Kaziranga National Park, home to two-thirds of the world’s population of one-horned rhinoceros, is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a major highlight on the Assam fall tourist attractions map. It’s thriving, well- preserved and diverse species are part of what draws millions of people from all over the world.

  • Majuli

Majuli is the world’s longest river island and is also known as Assam’s cultural centre, as it offers a diverse range of cultural experiences. Here, winter appears to be lovely. Majuli is surrounded by lush vegetation, and the tranquil makes it even more wonderful in the winter.  Kamalabari Satra, Dakhinpat Satra, Garmur, Tengapania, and Auniati Satra are the main attractions in this area.

Step onto the land encompassed by the powerful Brahmaputra River and its distributaries and welcome yourself to India’s first island district. This dwelling area can be reached via a ferry voyage from Jorhat, where Neemati Ghat is 14 kilometres away.

  • Kakochang Waterfalls

The Kakochang Waterfalls in Jorhat, Assam, gushing down ferociously between the coffee and rubber farms, are an elevated natural wonder. This stunning waterfall, located about 13 kilometres from Bokakhat, attracts a large number of tourists and travellers throughout the year. Kakochang waterfall provides imposing vistas of the lush green tea gardens and ruins of Numaligarh, in addition to providing a beautiful backdrop for nature enthusiasts and shutterbugs alike. It is one of the must- see sites in Assam in December, being adjacent to the Kaziranga National Park.

During the winter, Assam has a number of events, including the Elephant Festival and the Bihu Festival. Furthermore, several cultural events are held during the winter months; if you visit Assam during the lasts months of the winter, you will undoubtedly be able to participate in Assam’s largest yearly festival, ‘Rongali.’ Take a river boat and stop by adjacent island temples such as Peacock Island and Umananda Temple.

  • Dibrugarh

Dibrugarh, Assam’s largest city is 439 kilometres from Guwahati. Dibrugarh is a large city in India’s northeastern region, comparable to Guwahati and Bhubaneswar. It is the region’s rising communication and industrial powerhouse. It has a well-connected airport with major Indian cities. Dibrugarh is the perfect blend of natural beauty, tradition, and culture along with taking with it’s the notion of being the largest tea producer in the country.

  • Kamakhya Temple

Home to the famous Kamakhya Temple, one of the oldest among the 51 Shakti peeths, is located on the Nilachal Hill. The temple provides beautiful views of the surrounding area. Apart from the Kamakhya temple, Guwahati is also a good starting point for seeing the rest of the beautiful northeast. Flying to Guwahati and then hitting the road for a gorgeous drive is the ideal way to get to locations like Shillong and Cherraounji.

This is a must visit season in Assam for all travel lovers, surrounded by perfect blend of culture, lush green environment and awestruck sightseeing’s. So, get your package booked with Nitsa Holidays, lie down and start thinking for your vacation.

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