3 Nights & 4 Days
#1Sister: Assam
Guwahati (1N) Pobitora (1N) Guwahati (2N)
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All through the year except during monsoon (June to September)
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Family travellers, experiential travellers, inbound
AS001: Guwahati (1N) Pobitora (1N) Guwahati (2N)
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Best time to travel
all through the year except during monsoon (June to September). Pobitora wildlife sanctuary is best visited between November and April to avail of elephant and jeep safaries

Tour Brief & Highlights

A short itinerary which explains the most scenic destinations for all the nature lovers who plan a trip to North-East India. 

  • POBITORA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, a reserve forest on the outskirts of Guwahati, renowned for its one-horned rhinos and bird population serves as a combination of cultural and wildlife experience of Assam.
  • It is said that the chances of a sighting are better due to the density of rhinoceros in Pobitora is very high although being quite small for sanctuary. For all the nature lovers, it is also home to a variety of migratory birds and hence it is considered as a heaven for all the bird watchers.
  • GUWAHATI, known as the largest city of North-East India is quite famous for KAMAKHYA TEMPLE (One of the Shaktipeeth temples) and also popular for the Mighty BRAHMAPUTRA RIVER.
  • Kamakhya Temple, one of the famous and oldest Shaktipeethas is definitely a place to pay a visit as it is an important pilgrimage destination. A cruise on the mighty Brahmaputra ends the trip leaving you with nostalgic memories.

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Interesting!!! – Guwahati is home to largest tea auction market in India. On outskirts of Guwahati there are colonies of Greater Adjutant Stork which are considered one of the biggest in the world KAMAKHYA TEMPLE, is one of a kind and has been the seat of the powerful tantrik cult in India.

Kamakhya Temple

Kamakhya Temple , one of the shaktipeethas is a must visit while staying in Guwahati. It is one of a kind and has been the seat of the powerful tantrik cult in India. A cruise on the mighty Brahmaputra ends the trip with nostalgic memories.


MANAS N P  is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Tiger Reserve, Elephant Reserve, Biosphere Reserve, National Park and also a Wildlife Sanctuary. Manas National Park is open all year round, but the best time to visit Manas National Park is between the months of November to April.

Manas NP , declared as a National Park in 1990, is famous for its population of the Wild water buffalo, rare golden langur and the red panda. The Manas River also serves as an international border dividing India and Bhutan. It is a major tributary of Brahmaputra River.

Before You Go

  • To visit Assam no entry permits are required for Indians or foreigners.
  • Permits for safari: The park safaris should be booked in advance and photo ID proof {passport copy (overseas and Indian Nationals), voters ID, Pan Card, driving license} is required to book the safaris. Different charges apply for Indian national and Foreign nationals.
  • Do carry comfortable footwear and clothing which will blend with nature. Traveling with toddlers and infants is not recommended as safari should be the least noisy activity for the best experience!
  • Carry adequate cash in Indian currency as ATMs might not be available in remote areas
  • Carry at least one of your identity proofs

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