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Share details and experience of visiting a lesser known place in Assam

The land of Assam harbours rich natural beauty, flora, fauna, art, history, tradition and cultural heritage. Owing to its richness, the land has immense potential for tourism. In ...

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The land of Assam harbours rich natural beauty, flora, fauna, art, history, tradition and cultural heritage. Owing to its richness, the land has immense potential for tourism. In recent times the state has developed a lot in terms of tourism, although there is still room for more.

The land of red rivers and blue hills has innumerable spots and destinations that can mesmerise travellers with its jaw dropping beauty. Tourists throng in numbers every year to experience the pristine beauty of these places. However, there are many destinations that still remain unexplored and have not received the attention of travellers. Recognition of these lesser known places may augment the tourism potential of Assam considerably.

If you know any such lesser known or unexplored destination in Assam, share with us the details of the place along with your experience of visiting it along with pictures (if available). Send your content in the comment section below.

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Nasim Kutchi 2 days 9 hours ago

The land of ASSAM is really GOD gifted,and Every GOD gifted things are maintained by GOD in his manner.I appreciate the place for well being but today's misunderstanding and negative situation this place for a period of time has become Hell for those who don't want to cooperate with the governments decisions.I know its very hard to handle the situation but I appreciate the gov of ASSAM and request the common people to please cooperate with the decision and let remain ASSAM a natural beauty place

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Askar Ali 1 week 5 days ago

Situated in Sonitpur district of Assam, Tezpur is an important travel destination for the traveler who likes to uncover unknown heritage sites during a quiet vacation.

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Bhawna 1 month 1 week ago

The only hill station in Assam, Halflong stands at an altitude of 680m above sea level. Often referred to as the land of blue hills, Halflong is also infamously known for its mysterious bird suicides on the nights when there is new moon. Stunning and beautiful landscapes are spread all over this hill station and one can see emerald green rivers running between the hills or unique orchids growing on the foot of the hills.

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Bhawna 1 month 1 week ago

Panimur Falls never featured under tourist spots or places to visit until it was accidentally discovered on the way to the small village of Dima Hasao. The waterfall is scenic and ethereal with the fierce water lapping against the rocks. The water gushes in all its glory – a view that is bound to leave one mesmerised. Panimur Falls’ similarity to the Niagara Falls has resulted in it often being called the Niagara Falls of Assam.

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Bhawna 1 month 1 week ago

Saraighat is the place to be if one wants to watch a breathtaking sunset. It is considered to be the longest ghat in Guwahati. Coupled with that is also the 55 year old Saraighat Bridge that stands tall over the Bramhaputra river. Interestingly, it is not only the longest water bridge in India but also the longest rail-cum-road bridge across the country. Saraighat makes the perfect spot to relish the magnificence of nature and a man-made structure at the same time.

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Bhawna 1 month 1 week ago

Not too far away from Guwahati is a place called Sadgaon which has a huge army base in its Panbari area. And just behind these premises is a startlingly huge and unexplored tea estate. It makes for the perfect get-away trip since this estate doesn’t have a particular name and neither is it listed on any map so you can be assured that you will not be met with a crowd. The entire estate comprises of small hillocks of beautiful tea shrubs spread out like a beautiful maze.

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Bhawna 1 month 1 week ago

Umananda Island
Sitting quietly and majestically in the midst of the Bramhaputra river is the Umananda Island. Little is it known that Umananda is the smallest inhabited riverine island in the world. The island is also known as the Peacock Island and was named so by the British because of its unique shape.It not only has deep mythological ties to Lord Shiva

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Bhawna 1 month 1 week ago

The northeast is a scarcely regarded crown when it comes to the heritage and beauty that our country possesses, and Assam is one of its jewels. This north-eastern state is not only a home to a large variety of wildlife but also boasts of some of the most picturesque landscapes. Most of them are well known tourist attractions but there are a handful off-beat locations that are seldom explored. For anybody with a healthy appetite for uncharted territory, it would be a mistake to not pay these spot