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Assam Tour ( Guwahati – Hajo – Goalpara – Tezpur – Sibsagar – Majuli –  Guwahati | 9 Night / 10 Days )

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Places Will Visit in The Tour:


Guwahati City

Guwahati formerly known as Gauhati is the capital city of the Indian state of Assam and also the largest metropolis in northeastern India. A major riverine port city along with hills, and one of the fastest-growing cities in India, Guwahati is situated on the south bank of the Brahmaputra. It is called the 'Gateway to North East India'.

Umananda Island:


Umananda Island is the smallest inhabited river islet in the middle of river Brahmaputra, flowing through the city of Guwahati in Assam, a state in northeast India.
Its name derives from Assamese Uma, another name for the Hindu goddess Parvati, the wife of Shiva; and ananda, "joy". A British officer named the island Peacock Island for its structure, which he thought resembled the splayed feathers of a peacock. It is also known as Bhasmachal, from the words bhasma, meaning to destroy, and chal, meaning place. The legend giving rise to this name is that Kamdev, the god of love in Hindu mythology, was burnt to ashes after interrupting Shiva in the middle of deep meditation on the islet.

Kamakhya Temple:


The Kamakhya Temple is a Sakta temple dedicated to the mother goddess Kamakhya. It is one of the oldest of the 51 Shakti Pithas. Situated on the Nilachal Hill in the western part of Guwahati city in Assam, India, it is the main temple in a complex of individual temples which is the most comprehensive representation of the ten Mahavidyas of Saktism, namely, Kali, Tara, Tripura Sundari, Bhuvaneshwari, Bhairavi, Chhinnamasta, Dhumavati, Bagalamukhi, Matangi and Kamalatmika. Among these, Tripurasundari, Matangi, and Kamala reside inside the main temple whereas the other seven reside in individual temples. It is an important pilgrimage destination for Hindus and especially for Tantric worshipers.


Shri Shri Hayagriv Madhav Mandir-Hajo

Hajo is an ancient pilgrimage center for three religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam. It lies on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, 24 km from the city of Guwahati in the Kamrup district of Assam, India. The area is dotted with a number of ancient temples as well as other sacred artifacts. The Hayagriva Madhava Mandir is the most famous temple of Hajo. Lesser-known temples of Hajo like that of Ganesha received royal patronage during the reign of Ahom King Pramatta Singha in 1744 AD. The Kedareswara Temple, a Shiva temple, has an inscription on the temple indicating patronage of the Rajeswar Singha period. Hajo is also famous for Barmaqam Powa Makkah, an ancient mosque and contains the shrine of a Muslim preacher.



The Goalpara district was endowed with natural beauty and archaeological treasures. The important tourist spot of the district includes Sri Surya Pahar, a very significant but relatively unknown archaeological site in Assam, a hill that showcases the remains of the cultural heritage of three important religions of India, Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism. Dadan hill has a Shiva Temple on its top. The temple was established by a general of the army of King Bana of Sonitpur named Dadan. The mystical hill is surrounded by a mythological story related to the bygone era. Pir Mazhar is situated at the heart of the Goalpara town, a tomb of a saint named Hazarat Sayed Abul Kashem Kharasani. He is a saint respected by Hindus and Muslims alike. Hulukanad hill is located at the heart of Goalpara. Sri Tukreswari hill, Paglartek Baba at Barbhita, Urpod beel of Agia, Dhamar Risen beel of Lakhipur are some other attractions of the district.


Mahabhairab Temple

Tezpur is a town and urban agglomeration in Sonitpur district, Assam state, India. Tezpur is located on the banks of the river Brahmaputra, 175 kilometers northeast of Guwahati, and is the largest of the north bank towns with a population exceeding 100,000 as per Metropolitan Census 2011



Sivasagar, is a city in and headquarters of the Sivasagar district Assam, India. The city gets its name from the big lake, Sivasagar, situated in the heart of the city. The lake was commissioned by the Ahom king Siva Singha. It lies about 360 kilometers northeast of Guwahati.



Mājuli or Majoli is a river island in the Brahmaputra River, Assam and in 2016 it became the first island to be made a district in India. It had an area of 880 square kilometers at the beginning of the 20th century, but having lost significantly to erosion it covers 352 square kilometers as of 2014.

Day 1:

Arrive in Guwahati Airport/ Railway Station proceed to Guwahati hotel and after refreshment, the guest will proceed to bellow mention  Religious, Historical and Archaeological Sites of Guwahati .. Guwahati retains the old word charm while wooing the future. One excepts that of a city with a mythological link, sings of which remain in an array of ancient Hindu Temple,

    • Umananda River  Island : 
    • Bishnu Janardan :
    • Ugratara Temple
    • Navagraha Temple

Overnight at Guwahati hotel.

Day 2:

In the early morning before breakfast, the guest will proceed to Maa Kamakhya Temple. After complete the Kamakhya temple and after breakfast the guest will proceed to below mention ancient temple:

    • Kamakhya temple :
    • Basitha Ashram.
    • Bhimasankar ( Sixth Jyotirlingam) :
      Overnight at Guwahati hotel.
Day 3:

After breakfast in Guwahati, the guests will proceed to Hajo located in 37km from Guwahati. A unique meeting place of Hinduism and Buddhism – Group of Temple in Hajo including Hayagriva Madhaba Temple. Complete the Hajo the guests will return to Guwahati Hotel.
Overnight halt in Guwahati

Day 4:

In the early morning, the guest will proceed to Suryapahar (Goalpara) located 140km from Guwahati. (a) Suryapahar- A place of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism belonging 1stBC to 12th AD (b) Sombhashwar Mahapitha (c) Very unique Siva linga in North East at Mornai village. If it is possible the guests will visit Mear Ghor. ( Related with Goddess Manasha). And Chandika Temple work of 14th century AD.
Overnight halt at Guwahati.

Day 5:

In the morning the guest will proceed to Tezpur (181km/4hrs). The city of Eternal Romance, it is the Sonitpur of the old days. Most tourist attraction sites are : (a) Agnigarh (b) Chitralekha Udyan (c) Da-Parbatia Gate (d) Mahabhairab Temple.

Over night Halt at Tezpur

Day 6:

After complete the Tezpur in the Morning the Gueste will proceed to Sibsagar. Capital of the Ahom Dynesty . The most important sites are : (a) Sivasagar Tank. (b) Siva Dol (c) Vishnu Dol (c) Talatal Ghar (d) Rang Ghar etc. All are belonging to 14th CAD to 17thCAD.

Over Night Halt at Sibsagar

Day 7 :

Whole day Excursion in Sibsagar.

Over Night Halt at Sibsagar

Day 8 & 9:

After breakfast the guest will proceed to Majuli. Majuli is the world’s largest inhabited river island . It also the focal point of Vaishnava culture. Nestled in the heart of the mighty Brahmaputra, Majuli is the world’s largest inhabited river island. While the main channel of the Brahmaputra flows along its southern side, the kherkatiya channel forms its northern boundary. Acclaimed by UNESCO as one of thye wonders of the world. Majuli is a “unique geographical occurrence” with “abodes of rich flora unique to this region.” Given its rich culture and ethno-anthropological richness, the Government of India has recommended to UNSECO to declare is as a World Heritage Site. Created by the Brahmaputra- the river that is said to be the son of Brahma, the God of creation – the island’s area keeps fluctuating due to the bank-erosion caused by the mighty river. Once measuring 1256sq kms, the island now has an area of about 800sq kms.

Two Nights halt at Majuli

Day 10:

After breakfast the guest will proceed to Guwahati for their own destination.


Inclusion :
@ Accommodation on twin sharing basis with breakfast.
@ All Transfers.
@Sightseeing as per itinerary.

@ we will provide a vehicle as per requirement
@ Well Experience Tour Guide.

#Meals not mentioned above.
#Entry Fees To Monuments And Palaces.
#Anything Not Mentioned In The Inclusions.
#Tickets, tips, guided and Entrance Fees/ Charges.
#Porterage At Hotels And Airports, Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Liquors, Wine, Etc
#Any Increase In Taxes Or Fuel Leading To An Increase In Surface Transport.
#Ayurveda Charges.
#Any Cost Arising Due To Natural Calamities Like Landslides, Roadblocks, Etc.
#All items of personal nature.


@@Note : Bumla pass is not included.

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