A heritage of Assam tour to unravel the rich history, culture and traditions of Assam. An adventure across Assam's diverse landscape that takes in a wide range of breathtaking scenery including tea plantations and national parks, unique wildlife sanctuaries and alluring colonial charm.
DAY 01: Arrive Guwahati - Kaziranga, 220 Km:
As you arrive at Guwahati airport or railway station, our representative will be waiting for you. From there we will drive to Kaziranga, the Rhinos Country. The drive from Guwahati will take a minimum 05 hrs. Upon arrival at Kaziranga, we will check into the wildlife resort.
After freshening up you can go on a guided tour through the forest near your accommodation along the river bank. You can also visit the tea garden and rubber plantation. Later return to the resort for overnight stay.
DAY 02: Kaziranga:
Get up early for elephant safari into the forest. Our representative will take you to the elephant riding point by jeeps. Here we will be carried through the tall grass. Meanwhile the morning mists will slowly lift leading to an experience that one cannot forget easily. The elephant safari is the best mean for wildlife viewing as the wild animals are not afraid of the elephants and it is possible to observe them from very closely.
Return to the resort for breakfast. After breakfast, we will go for jeep safari in the national park for wildlife viewing in the central zone.
Later return to the resort for unwinding yourself and having lunch. After lunch we will go on our second jeep safari of the day, this time we will visit the Western zone of the national park. One can also spend some time at the Donga view point, situated in western zone. Later visit Kaziranga National Orchid and Biodiversity Park for Cultural Show, it is about 2 acres big and has an Orchid park, a medicinal herbs park, a nice well maintained 'mini' forest with pathways, and a small artificial lake. Apart from this, this park has a section for handlooms and a cultural dance show (Tickets at own) (Subject to operational Status). Return to hotel. Overnight in Kaziranga.Return to the resort for overnight stay.
Day 03: Kaziranga to Neemati Ghat to Majuli:
After breakfast we will set out for Majuli. Majuli is the first island district of India. Situated in the heart of mighty Brahmaputra, this island has an area of around 1250 square kilometers. Start early in the morning from kaziranga and head to Neemati Ghat to take your ferry to the Majuli - The world's largest river island. It’s a wonderful 1.5 hour’s navigating the mighty Brahmaputra. We soak-in the calm views around, smell the fresh air of the river and watch other ferries go by. Once on the island, we head for our Bamboo cottages and relax. The evening is free for you to walk the village roads, explore the markets, cycle around or just enjoy the calm breeze sitting by the river with the local brew in your hand. Reaching the Majuli Islands by Ferry
Day 04: Exploring Majuli Islands – Satras Mask-making – Local Food – Sunsets by the River:
We start our day by visiting the Satras, the birthplace of Vaishnavite culture in Assam. We explore the unique mask-making art of Majuli by experiencing it firsthand. Interaction with the artists is a good way to learn how these unique masks take shape, from bamboo structures to the final product. In the evening, either cycle around or relax by the river. Post dark, sit by the bonfire, share stories and sip your favourite brew.
Day 05: Majuli Village Walking Tours – Weaver’s Village – Potters Village
Today we visit nearby Mishing (the local tribe of this part of the region) village(s). While on the walking tour, we interact with the locals and know more about their daily life and their culture. We also learn and see firsthand, how wonderful weavers they are. Later in the day, we visit Salmora, the potter’s village and find out how this cottage industry of the island has survived and flourished over the years. Later in the evening, we walk to the sunset point to witness the obvious, a gorgeous one at that.
Day 06: Majuli to Jorhat
Say your goodbyes to this beautiful island (we can almost bet, you wouldn’t want to leave). Catch the morning ferry and cross-over to Jorhat, where the trip ends.