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Assam Trip

7 Days 6 Nights


The best time to visit Assam, a state in northeastern India known for its lush tea gardens, wildlife, and cultural richness, largely depends on the experiences you seek and the specific regions you plan to explore within the state. Assam experiences three primary seasons: summer, monsoon, and winter.

The best time to visit Assam for most travelers seeking a comfortable and enjoyable experience is during the winter months from October to February. This period offers pleasant weather conditions, making it suitable for sightseeing, exploring the cultural richness, and enjoying the beautiful landscapes without the challenges posed by heavy rainfall or extreme heat.

However, if you're specifically interested in wildlife safaris in national parks, the summer season is the best time for visiting places like Kaziranga and Manas. The monsoon season can provide a unique experience for those interested in witnessing the lush greenery and cultural vibrancy amidst the rainy backdrop. Plan your visit to Assam based on your preferences and the type of experiences you wish to have during your trip.

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Tour Highlights

  • Thick tropical green cover
  • Brahmaputra River
  • Nameri National Park
  • Kakochang waterfall
  • The tea gardens of Hathkhuli
  • Umiam
  • Mawsynram
  • Jakrem
  • Kamakhya Temple
  • Kaziranga National Park
  • Horned Rhinoceros
  • Hathkhuli
  • Methoni, Difalu
  • Elephanta falls
  • Shillong peak
  • KremMawmluh Cave
  • BorapaniUmiam Lake
  • Nohkalikai Waterfalls
  • Dainthlen Waterfalls


  • SightseeingsSightseeings
  • TransportationTransportation
  • StayStay
  • BreakfastBreakfast
  • DinnerDinner

On arrival you will be received by our representative - He will assist you to board vehicle for hotel - Its approximately 25 kilometers, 45 minutes drive – Guwahati - It is a major city in eastern India and is the gateway to the north east Guwahati is one of the fastest growing city of the world and is 5th fastest growing among Indian cities - One of the most beautiful cities with the picturesque Brahmaputra, river islands, beaches, beach – island, thick tropical green cover, lakes, hills and beautiful and lively native population - In the evening take a cruise on Mighty Brahmaputra River (Optional) - Over night stay at Guwahati

Early morning breakfast and drive to Kamakhya - 10 kilometers – Kamakhya Temple, a major Hindu pilgrimage site During the festival of Ambubashi more than a million devotees throng this holy place – Next drive on to famous Kaziranga National park - 220 kilometers in 4 ½ hours drive – Lunch on the way or at hotel – Kaziranga National Park, the home of the One Horned Rhinoceros - In the evening visit nearby Tea Estate - Check into a Jungle resort on arrival - Evening free for leisure - Night Halt at Resort / Hotel / Tourist Lodge at Kaziranga

Start the day at 4:45 AM - One hour Elephant Safari - Return to resort / hotel from Breakfast - After breakfast, enjoy Jeep Safari - Return to hotel for Lunch - Return for lunch and proceed to Western Range of Kaziranga National Park on jeep safari - Morning breakfast – Drive at 8:30 AM for Camp at Nameri National Park - Check in at Camp - Rest of the Day and Evening free for leisure - Night Halt at Kaziranga

Early morning breakfast - Visit too Kakochang waterfall is 13 kilometers from Bokakhat or / and the ruins of the ancient Numaligarh - Scattered on the hill top are ruins  of an ancient temple with  statues  lying shattered and greenery sprouting  from the  heads of  others - The climb to the top of the hill  is exhausting but the view from the top spanning across  Numaligarh  Tea Estate  and   nearby  KarbiAnglong hills and forests is simply  divine - The tea gardens of Hathkhuli, Methoni, Difalu, BehoraBorchapori are also other local attractions - In the evening tribal or Bihu dance (subject to availability) by log fire along with dinner - Overnight at Resort or camp at Kaziranga

Early morning breakfast - Drive to Shillong - 280 kilometers 06 hours - Shillong – This capital of Meghalaya is the centre of the Shillong plateau and is surrounded by hills, three of which are LumSohpetbneng, LumDiengiei and LumShillong - There are many interesting places for outing from Shillong, Cherrapunjee with caves and falls, Umiam, Mawsynram, Jakrem and Sacred Forest are some of the favorite site - Lunch on route at BorapaniUmiam Lake - An imposing placid lake with its surrounding sylvan hills - Check in at hotel - In the afternoon one is free to visit the local market – Overnight stay at hotel in Shillong

Next drive to Cherrapunjee 60 kilometers 1 ½ hour, the wettest place in the world - The beautiful waterfall – Noh – ka - likai is at Cherrapunjee you can also explore some of the caves in and around Cherrapunjee - Cherrapunji is good  for trekking - Popular trekking route  to Double Decker Living Root bridge in Nongriat village - KremMawmluh Cave - Nohkalikai Waterfalls - Dainthlen Waterfalls - KremPhyllut Cave are few of the places of interest -  Return to Shillong, on the route visit Elephanta falls and Shillong peak for some breathtaking views - Stay overnight at your hotel in Shillong

Early morning breakfast - Next transfer from Shillong to Guwahati - Drive to Guwahati  next forwarding journey to Guwahati Railway Station (GHY) / GopinathBordoloi International Airport (GAU) - 100 kilometers, 2 ½ hours – Proceed to Guwahati Railway Station (GHY)/ GopinathBordoloi International Airport (GAU) – For onward journey 


Note : Rooms are not blocked and is subject to availability at the time of booking confirmation.

  • Visit to Nathula Pass is subject to avaibility of permits and will be charged extra @ Rs. 4500 per vehicle 
  • The rates are valid for indian Nationals only
  • The rooms are not blocked 
  • The vehicle service is not on disposal and is on point to point basis

Things to Carry Along

  • CLOTHING: Cotton and Summer Wear
  • Umbrella, Sun Glasses, Sun Screen Lotion, Cotton Scarf
  • Swimming Costumes
  • Comfortable Slippers / Footwear
  • If you are on any medication, carry sufficient stock of the medicines with prescription
Terms & Conditions

Booking and Payment:

  • Reservation Confirmation: All bookings are confirmed upon receipt of a deposit or full payment, as per the specified requirements for the particular tour package.
  • Payment Schedule: Full payment or installment deadlines are communicated upon booking confirmation. Failure to adhere to payment schedules may result in cancellation or additional fees.
  • Accepted Payment Methods: Specify accepted payment methods (credit cards, bank transfers, etc.) and any associated fees.

Cancellation and Refunds:

  • Cancellation Policy: Outline the cancellation policy for different time frames before the tour start date and any associated fees or refunds.
  • Refund Process: Detail the procedure for requesting a refund and the timeline for processing refunds.

Itinerary and Changes:

  • Tour Itinerary: Clarify the detailed itinerary of the tour, including inclusions and exclusions in the package.
  • Changes by the Operator: Reserve the right to modify the itinerary due to unforeseen circumstances (e.g., weather conditions, political unrest) and specify the process for informing customers about such changes.)

Travel Documents and Insurance:

  • Passports and Visas: Communicate the responsibility of travelers to possess valid passports, visas, and any required travel documents for the tour.
  • Travel Insurance: Strongly advise customers to obtain adequate travel insurance to cover unforeseen circumstances during the trip.

Liability and Responsibility:

  • Limitation of Liability: Clarify the extent of the travel operator's liability for any loss, damage, injury, or inconvenience incurred during the tour.
  • Third-Party Services: Indicate the limitations of responsibility for services provided by third-party vendors (hotels, airlines, local guides, etc.).

Participant Conduct:

  • Conduct Standards: Set guidelines for participant conduct during the tour, such as respecting local customs and laws.
  • Removal Rights: Reserve the right to remove any participant from the tour if their behavior is disruptive or harmful to others.

Force Majeure:

  • Unforeseeable Circumstances: Specify the procedure in the event of unforeseeable circumstances (e.g., natural disasters, political unrest) affecting the tour, including rescheduling or cancellation options.

Complaints and Disputes:

  • Complaint Procedure: Outline the procedure for addressing and resolving customer complaints or disputes during or after the tour.

Governing Law:

  • Legal Jurisdiction: Specify the governing law and jurisdiction for any legal disputes arising from the terms and conditions.

Updates and Changes:

  • Revision of Terms: Reserve the right to update or modify the terms and conditions, and specify how customers will be informed about such changes.

Cancellation Policy::

  • Full Refund Policy: Cancellation made 60 days or more before the tour start date will receive a full refund or credit note.
  • Partial Refund Policy: Cancellation made between 30 to 59 days before the tour start date will receive a 75% refund.
  • Partial Refund Policy: Cancellation made between 15 to 29 days before the tour start date will receive a 50% refund.
  • Partial Refund Policy: Cancellation made between 08 to 14 days before the tour start date will receive a 25% refund.
  • No Refund Policy: Cancellation made within 14 days of the tour start date will not be eligible for a refund.


  • Accommodation with Breakfast
  • For 02 Pax Travelling together will Provide with Ac Dzire or similar.
  • For 04 Pax Travelling together will provide with Ac Innova or similar.
  • For 06 Pax travelling together will provide with 12 Seater Ac Tempo Traveller.
  • All transfers and sightseeings as per itinerary


  • Porterage and Personal Expenses.
  • Extra 5% GST.
  • Entry Fees.
  • Guide Charges if any.
  • Safari Charges for Jeep and Elephant
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