We came to know about this pearl located deep inside the Bhramaputra river during the North Eastern festival held at New Delhi.
Then and there bunch of us decided to visit such a beautiful place totaly one of a kind. It is believed to be the largest river Island of the world but due to constant
erosion its size is reducing at an alarming rate.
Places to visit - Generally i here folks will list out various places of interest. So the most interesting thing about this place is it's people(majulians)
We reached majuli on 31st Dec 2015 via the last boat ferry from Jorhat. It is a 45 mins boat ride from Nimati Ghat to Majuli. The ferry will carry boats bikes and
people across the massive Bhramaputra river. One could spot Dolphin's in the river or atleast I did (may be lucky) so keep your eyes open. One advice is to travel on
the roof the ferry it's much more scenic and you could see around and spot those dolphins.
Majuli is relegious place with number of Hindu monastraies called Sataras. Liquor is strictly prohibited but don't get disappointed just yet. Majuli has too much to
offer. After all it is in India, a jugaad is alaways there.
Motorcycles/Cycles/Scootys can be rented for the local sightseeing.
Recomended resort - La Maision De Ananda(search google for contact details)