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Hi Vaibhav! Here is a list of places to visit in Assam: 1. Kaziranga National Park 2. Majuli 3. Sivasagar 4. Jorhat 5. Manas National Park 6. Dispur 7. Nalbari 8. Umananda Island 9. Digboi 10. Sadiya You can also check out these trips and holiday packages for more options and information. Happy Traveling!
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Im here in assam...i can help you
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Majuli isalnd is one of the best places here..u should visit..for guidance ,u can have a look at my blog
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Dear fellow traveler, Checkout the link below. This will help you out. https://www.holidify.com/state/assam/top-destinations-places-to-visit.html
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Assam is a tourist delight. There are uncountable tourist spots which deserve one visit at least during your lifetime. Here are my top tourist places in Assam 1: Kaziranga National Park: This National park is a destination which brings you out of your daily lifestyle and arranges a splendid meeting with carefree Rhinos, Elephants, Tigers while you settle yourselves with a jeep or Elephant safari. The abundance of marshes and lakes will be visually apparent having swamp deer, Gaur, Sambhar, Hog deer enjoying into them and multiple varieties of flora and fauna like waterlily, Elephant grass, and tropical trees surround them all over. Settled at a distance of 200 km from Guwahati in Nagaon and Golaghat districts, this park is easily reachable by roads and rail. 2: Assam State Zoo cum Botanical Garden: Situated in the city of Guwahati within the Hengrabari Reserved Forest, this place is a must visit tourist place in Assam if one wants a to spend some time in presence of green zones, more than 900 types of animals, birds, and reptiles. The zoo set up in 1957 has expanded over the years and now has become a home for One-horned Rhinoceros, Tigers, clouded leopard, Elephants, Leopard cat and many many more. Not just them, this zoo houses exotic species like chimpanzees, white rhinos & black rhinos, zebras, ostriches and giraffes from Africa; puma, jaguar, and llama from South America and kangaroos from Australia. 3: Maa Kamakhya Temple: Maa Kamakhya Temple - Probably the most visited temple in eastern India, The Kamakhya Temple is an ancient and historical temple situated at the heart of the city of Guwahati. It is one of the 51 Shakti Peeths of the country. A numer of legends are associated with the origin of the temple which can be Googled easily 4: Sivasagar: The home of the Ahom Kingdom, one of the longest reigning dynasties in the country (1228–1826). The place is both of immense significance for the Assamese people. The historical monuments built during the Ahom rule inspire awe. One has to visit the place to witness the architectural brilliance it possesses 5: Manas National Park: Assam’s only other UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to several endangered animals. The Manas River passes through the park. It is one of the cleanest rivers I have seen in my entire life. It is about 180 kms from Guwahati. 6: Dibrugarh & Tinsukia: The twin industrial capitals of the state and also home of tea gardens in Assam. Dibrugarh produces the single highest amount of tea in the entire country. It has many large industries like BCPL, Oil India Limited, AGCL etc. India’s longest rail-cum-road bridge, The Bogibeel Bridge is also under construction and during the evening hours it is a photographer’s delight. Chabua, India’s first successful tea plantation is also situated in Assam. As one moves through the town, the lush green tea estates a treat to the eyes. Tinsukia on the other hand is about 44 kms from Dibrugarh and is one of the most developed towns of the state. The oldest refinery in Asia is at Digboi, Tinsukia. Indi’s soon to be completed longest road bridge is also at Tinsukia i.e., The Dhola-Sadiya Bridge. Tilinga Mandir is another great tourist spot. Margherita is a well-known place in Tinsukia is known as the “Coal Queen of Assam” You can check more best places to visit in Assam here: https://duniakagyan.com/best-places-to-visit-in-assam/
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