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Welcome to the assam

Home of mighty Brahmaputra River



Dooars means door and is suppose to be the door to Bhutan and the neighboring states of India. It is a valley in the foothills of Himalaya. It stretches across a total span of nearly 130 kilometers by 40 kilometers. The stretch of virgin forests is crossed by the river Teesta, Torsha, Raidak, Torsha, Jaldhaka, Kalchini and their tributaries. The stretch is extends with motor able roads cutting through deep forests teeming with wild life and Terai tea garden. The valley is known for its wild life sanctuaries like Jaldapara, Buxa Tiger Project, Gorumara, Chilapata, Neora valley and Chapramari. Murti is 75 kilometers, Malbazar is 55 kilometers, Chalsa is 64 kilometers, Teesta Barrage is 60 kilometers, Samsing is 85 kilometers, and Toto Para is 150 kilometers from Siliguri. Phuentsholing in Bhutan is 165 kilometers from Siliguri the border city of Bhutan, a major gateway to Bhutan. Alipurduar in Dooars is also a junction and is the hub of Dooars activity. Jayanti is 30 kilometers from Alipurduar, Cooch Behar is 40 kilometers, Bhutanghat is 45 kilometers, Buxa Fort is 33 kilometers, Chilapata is nearly 20 kilometers and Rajabhatkhawa is 15 kilometers from Alipurduar. The places of tourist interest around Dooars are Bhutan, Kalimpong and Neora valley.

welcome to guwahati

Guwahati is known for ancient Hindu temples and is the hub of tourist activities for the whole northeastern region. It is situated on either banks of the river Brahmaputra and is a busy, bustling, crowded city. The state offers its visitors panoramic beauty with its exceptional flora and fauna. It can also be identified by its Bihu songs and dances. Other identification is its tea, which finds its way to millions of homes all over the globe. One horned Rhinoceros and lastly the famous temple of Kamakhya which attract thousands of devotees all the year round. Some of the popular tourist circuits from Guwahati are Guwahati – Shillong - Guwahati, Guwahati – Kaziranga - Guwahati, Guwahati – Tezpur – Bhalukpong - Nameri National Park - Guwahati, Guwahati - Bomdila – Tawang (Arunachal Pradesh) – Tezpur - Guwahati, Guwahati –Sibsagar – Jorhat – Majuli - Guwahati, Guwahati – Hajo – Barpeta - Guwahati, Guwahati – Manas – Guwahati. The places of tourist interest around Guwahati are Chandubi Lake, Sualkuchi, Hajo / Hayagriva - Madhab Temple, Majuli, Sibsagar, Haflong, Jatinga, Digboi, Tezpur, Bhalukpung, Diphu, Bhomoraguri, Manas, Jorhat, Dibrugarh etc.


the places of tourist interest in guwahati are

Balaji Temple
Saraighat Bridge
Guwahati Oil Refinery
Lachit Barphukan Park
Guwahati University

how to reach

By Air - Assam is well connected by airways to some of the major cities of India. Several airlines like Jet, Indian, Spice airlines etc. fly in and out of Assam. The Lokopriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport of Guwahati is the main airport and is situated in the outskirts of Guwahati. Kolkata, Delhi and Bagdogra flights are available on daily basis. There is also an international weekly flight between Bangkok and Guwahati. Helicopter services are also available.
By Rail - Assam has a beautiful railway network with the rest of the country. Regular trains are available from Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Cochin and Trivandrum, Patna etc. there is broad gauge line connection is up to Dibrugarh and meter gauge line with Haflong and Silchar. Most of the major towns are connected by rail.
By Road - Assam State Transport Corporation operate a large network of buses around the state. There are many private agencies running their own transport system. Private vehicles are also available. The roads are generally good but generally during and after monsoon the condition gets bad. But it is repaired on war footings as this is the corridor to the whole of North eastern states of India.
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