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travel to east india, east india travel, east india travel agentsWelcome to the Shangri-La of the northeastern India. Assam is the land of wooded hills and vales. With Brahmaputra river meandering through, sprawling tea gardens, enticing songs and dances, fine silks, the state is a must on the itinerary of international as well as Indian tourists. Also known as the land of the 'Red River', the Brahmaputra, and the 'Blue Hills' Assam offers awesome panoramic beauty with its exceptional flora and fauna, lofty green hills, boundless rolling plains, strong waterways and verdant deciduous forests.

Assam is identified by its Bihu songs and dances, the Kaziranga Wild Life Sanctuary where the rare one-horned rhinoceros roams at will and silks such as 'paat' and 'muga' which rank amongst the finest in the world. The state's tea, which finds its way to millions of homes all over the globe and the Shrine of Kamakhya which, draws thousands of devotees every year.



Assam Wildlife Tour
Duration : 09 Days

Day 01 : Delhi/Kolkata - Guwahati - Kaziranga NP
Assistance on arrival and drive to Kaziranga NP (217Kms, 6hrs) is a highly reputed wildlife protected area. It is the largest undisturbed representative area of Brahmaputra, its flood plain, grassland and forest. Reputed to be a mini Africa in the Indian sub-continent, the Park has more than 70% of the world’s one-horned rhino population, 70% of the world population of the Eastern Swamp Deer (Cervus duvuaceli ranjitsinhii) and 75% of the world’s wild Asiatic water buffalo. It has a significant population of the Asian Elephant Rest of the time free at leisure. Upon arrival check into hotel. Rest of the time free at leisure. Overnight at Kaziranga NP.

Rhinoceros, Kaziranga National ParkDay 02 : Kaziranga NP
Morning Elephant safari (1hrs) to see the wild life & in the afternoon start Jeep Safari to see the wild life at Central Range. Later return back to hotel. Rest of the time free at leisure. Dinner & Overnight at hotel



Day 03 : Kaziranga NP
Morning Elephant safari (1hrs) to see the wild life & in the afternoon start Jeep Safari to see the wild life at Western Range. Later return back to hotel. Rest of the time free at leisure. Dinner & Overnight at hotel

Day 04 : Kaziranga NP - Nameri National Park
After breakfast drive to Nameri National Park (70km, 2hrs) is located in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas. It is 200 sq. km area and contiguous on its northern boundary with Pakhui National Park (810 sq. km). Nameri is really on the edge of a huge wilderness area. Both Nameri NP and Pakhui WLS are declared as Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger. You need to cross the snow-fed Bhorelli River to visit the Park and walks are allowed (which is not permitted in Kaziranga NP). The habitat is diverse more close to Manas National Park (which is now closed). Sighting of wild animals is difficult but the place has over 350 species of birds. Known to be a good place to sight the White-winged Wood Duck, pax can view Ibisbill (uncommon), Ruddy Kingfisher, Wreathed hornbill, Long-billed Ringed Plover, Sultan Tit, and Yellow-bellied and White-throated Fantails.
Traditionally known for its Golden Mahseer. The Bhorelli flows along the southern periphery of the Park. Its record on rod and line is a 24.5 kg (52lb) golden Mahseer. Angling is regulated and is permitted strictly on a catch, record and release basis.(angling season starts Oct-ends March) Other sporting fish found are Saal (Murral) Gorua (Goonch), the Indian trout and the Chocolate Mahseer. The best spots are approachable by boats. Best time month of November and during months Feb-March. Afternoon free. Overnight at Nameri NP.

Day 05 : Nameri NP
Morning cross the river and trek inside the park. Evening fee at camp site.

Tiger, Nameri national ParkDay 06 : Nameri NP
Full day white water rafting at snow-fed Bhorelli river. Overnight at Nameri.




Day 07 : Nameri NP - Manas National Park
After breakfast drive to Manas (245km, 6hrs), is situated in Kamrup-Golapara district, on the foothills of the Himalayas south east of river Manas along the Assam- Bhutan border. Manas known for its Project Tigers, Rhinos & Elephants, and is Assam's one of the two Tiger projects. The scenic beauty and rare wealth of wild life combine with this unique world heritage site to offer one of the most enthralling experiences. Dinner & Overnight at Manas.

Day 08 : Manas
Morning Jeep Safari inside the park followed with Elephant ride to see the wild life. Later return back to hotel. Rest of the time free at leisure. Dinner & Overnight at hotel.

Day 09 : Manas - Guwahati - Kolkata/Delhi
After breakfast transfer to Guwahati Airport (176km, 5hrs) to board flight to Kolkata.



Elephant, Kaziranga National ParkDay 01 : Arrive GUWAHATI or JORHAT by Air
Assistance on arrival and transfer to a private Tea Guest House. Lunch on arrival. Afternoon visit Jorhat town for sightseeing and familiarise yourself with the new surroundings.



Today, after breakfast we will go to Sibsagar, the old capital of the Ahoms who ruled Assam for 600 years before the arrival of the British into these parts. There are a number of old monuments built by them, the most significant being the huge man made tank 'Sibsagar' from which the town has got its name. There is 'Rang ghar' the two storied amphitheater built to enjoy games and sports and dance and music. The other interesting places are 'Kareng Ghar', 'Talatal Ghar', 'Shiva Dol'. Come back to Jorhat and to our Guest House. Overnight.

Visit another cultural place today. After early breakfast proceed to Majuli, the largest river island in the world and the seat of Vaishnava culture in Assam. A short drive from Jorhat and then an hour in the ferry across the Brahmaputra will take us to the island. The great 15th century Assamese reformer and saint, Sankardeva had come down here and set up 'satras' or Vaishnavite monasteries to make the people motivated towards art, culture and religion. Visit these 'satras' and interact with the monks and other locales there. Lunch will be at the island. Afternoon return to Jorhat and to our Guesthouse.

Tiger, Kaziranga National ParkDay 04 : JORHAT-KAZIRANGA
After breakfast we will be driving down to the Kaziranga National Park, home to the famed one horned rhino. We can see tea estates along the way. On arrival check into Resort. Afternoon jeep safari through the western side of the National Park. Come back to the Resort. Dinner around campfire. Overnight.


Early morning we will see the National Park (eastern side) on elephant back. Apart from the Rhino, other species found are the hog deer, swamp deer, wild buffalo, elephants and if you are lucky, the tiger. It is a paradise for bird watchers, with a variety of migratory and resident birds. We will return to the resort for breakfast. Afternoon, go inside the Park once again on jeep from another side. In the evening, tribal dance. Sit around a campfire discussing the day's events. Dinner and overnight.

Today we will come back to Jorhat and proceed to the airport in time to catch the outgoing flight.