Majuli, Assam: Backpacker's paradise.
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Majuli - World's Largest River Island
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Countryside Abode at Majuli Island!!
Majuli: Must visit this enchanting island before it disappears
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A Trip to Kaziranga National Park and Majuli- the World's biggest River Island
Majuli and the “satras”
Honey pack your bags, we are going to Majuli!
From Nimatighat to Kamalabarighat At every two hour from 08:30 am to 4:30 PM Where to stay in Majuli: - There are limited options to stay but whatever are the options- Located in the by-lane of a small village in India’s largest river island, Majuli, staying in the eco-friendly property of La Maison de Ananda is definitely the best way to experience local culture and hospitality....
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Majuli – A great river island
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One Enfield. All Assam.
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Tripping In The North East : Assam - Arunachal
Assam and Arunachal have plenty of options to explore...from the plains of Kaziranga to the Mishing tribes of Majuli...from the Tropical Rain forests to the mighty Brahmaputra...varied landscapes are worth a watch...before traveling it is advised to get first hand information from the state newspaper about the current political scenario ...although politically volatile, the people with whom you plan to stay take care of you well and hence there is no need to worry...Indian's require an Inner Line Permit to travel to Arunachal and it is advised to get it before travelling...transportation is not a problem as both, the land and water travel is sorted...Brahmaputra can be crossed at various points throughout Assam...people are friendly and ther are good local food cuisines that you can try out...do also make a point to try out Apong or Rice Beer......
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Assam, "Ahoy sister!"
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The slow life of the Munroe isles is a sharp contrast to the buzz of the city watch ﬁshermen take boats out early in the morning, ladies of the village make ropes with coconut fiber, an abundance of coconut trees lining the riverside, orange sunsets on the backwaters, and migratory birds ﬂying into the horizon....