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6 Days
Assam
Max People : 25
Tour Cost:
 Category  Budget Standard Deluxe Super Deluxe  Luxury Premium 
Per Person Rs.37,500/- Rs.41,700/- Rs.45,300/- Rs.51,800/-
Overview

Tour Name

ASSAM TEA, ISLAND & RHINO

EX

Guwahati

Distance

As per itinerary

Vehicle Used

Reserved vehicle depends on group size

Duration

6 Days

Accommodation

Twin / Triple sharing basis

States visited

Assam

Places visited

Kaziranga (2N), Jorhat (1N), Dibrugarh (2N)- 6 Days.
Kaziranga National Park and Safari,Tea Garden, Majuli- a fresh water largest inhabitated river Island in mighty Brahmaputra, Vaishnav Satras, The villages , Jorhat, Shivsagar, Talatalgar, Ranggar, Shiv dol, Shivsagar Lake, Dibru Saikhowa National park.

Best time to visit:

November to April

Price Includes

  • Accommodation on twin / triple sharing basis with taxes
  • All transfers & sightseeing as per itinerary with toll, parking, Driver allowance & taxes
  • Breakfast & Dinner on fixed menu basis with taxes
  • One Jungle Safari in Kaziranga Park

Price Excludes

  • 5 % GST or as applicable
  • Flight/Train Fares
  • Guide charges
  • Entrance Fees at monuments / museums/ temples etc
  • Many hotels charge for Room heaters which is payable directly at the hotel
  • Personal expenses like Travel Insurance, bottled water, laundry, phone calls, camera charges, room heaters etc
  • Meals other than mentioned above
  • Cost for optional tours, Up–Gradation Charges
  • Cost for extra usage of vehicle, other than scheduled & mentioned in the itinerary
  • Adventure activities like ropeway, rafting, boating etc. are NOT included in the package cost
  • Items not mentioned in “Package cost includes” segment

Complementaries

  • Breakfast
Itinerary

Day 1Guwahati Airport / Rly Station – Kaziranga National Park (220 kms / 5 hrs.)

On arrival at Guwahati Airport / Railway Station & transfer to Kaziranga National Park, the home of “One Horned Rhinoceros”, Check in at your hotel. Evening is free for leisure. Overnight stay at Kaziranga.

Day 2Kaziranga National Park

Early morning explore any one zone of Kaziranga National Park on back of Elephant. Apart from the Rhino, other species found are Hog Deer, Swamp Deer, Wild Buffalo, Elephants and if you are lucky then tiger also. It is also home to pelicans, storks and darters as there are a number of water bodies inside the Park. Return to the resort for breakfast. In the afternoon enjoy jeep safari through the National Park. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay at Kaziranga.

Day 3Kaziranga- Majuli – Jorhat

After early breakfast proceed for Majuli (80 kms / 02 hrs) is the largest fresh water mid-river inhabited deltoid island in the world. Initially be driven upto Nimatighat and then cross mighty Brahmaputra River by local ferry (1hr downstream boat cruise – the time taken depends upon the water level of the river) to reach Majuli. On arrival explore Majuli, the Satra collectively known as Satras – the birth place of Vaishnavite culture in Assam. Later visit Pottery village and Mask making village. The masks of Majuli have uniqueness. These are made of clay, bamboo, cloth etc. Despite the size of the masks these are quite light in weight. Masks are made on all the characters of the Mahabharata, Ramayana, and Puranas. Later in the day get transferred to Jorhat. Again you would be crossing the mighty Brahmaputra River by Ferry. After reaching Nimatighat get driven to Jorhat. Arrive & check in to the hotel. Evening free for leisure. Overnight stay at Jorhat.

Day 4Jorhat – Dibrugarh via Sivsagar (306 kms / 7 hrs.)

After breakfast start for Dibrugarh. Enroute stop at Sivasagar which was once the capital of the Ahom, showcasing Ahom monuments and temples which encompass the 600 year old history of the Ahom Dynasty. Here you will visit Shiva Dol (The tallest Shiva temple in the entire north east), Shiva Sagar (tank) popularly known as Borpukhuri (manmade water Reservoir), Rang Ghar (Asia’s largest amphitheatre and was the cultural playground of the Ahom Swargadeos or kings) and Talatal Ghar (Palace of the King). Later proceed to Dibrugarh. On arrival check in at your hotel. Overnight stay at Dibrugarh.

Day 5Excursion Dibru Saikhuwa National Park

Today morning after breakfast proceeds to Tinsukia, to board the cruise for Dibru Saikhuwa National park sightseeing. Dibru Saikhowa’s main attraction is the White Winged Wood Duck which stays happily in its natural habitat. Enjoy beach gathering, beach Volleyball during the cruise through National Park. Lunch, evening tea will be served on board. Evening drive back to Dibrugarh. Overnight stay at Dibrugarh.

Day 6Hotel – Dibrugarh Airport / Railway Station

After breakfast check out from hotel & transfer to Dibrugarh Airport / Railway Station for your onward journey.

INFORMATION:

Hotel & Room Guide

  • Room up-gradation payable at the hotel directly
  • Hotel bills will be in TRAVEL AGENCY name and if the guests require bills for hotel or vehicle, we will provide the same. Please inform guest that direct hotel bills will not be available.
  • Please be reminded that all special requests like early check-in, smoking, nonsmoking, views, floors, king, twin, adjoining and/or interconnecting rooms are strictly subject to availability upon arrival and can not be guaranteed prior.
  • All hotels do not have lift facility & the guest may have to climb stairs. Incase of guests having problems with blood pressure, breathing, knee & heart or if they cannot climb the higher floors, we will request you to report this problem at the time of booking so that we may take appropriate action. This is again subject to availability.
  • Lift, Tea/coffee maker/ mini fridge / toilettery kit (with moisturizer, tooth paste, brush etc.) etc. may be given in most hotels. But they are NOT mandatory part of 3/4/5 Star hotels. If guests have specific requirements, kindly inform us and we will select properties accordingly. These items and facilities differ from hotel to hotel.
  • Facilities like western toilet, television in room, geyser in bathrooms may not be available at all places. For specific requirement, please inform us and we will try to provide. This is again subject to availability.
  • Meal plan, menu will be on fixed plan basis and not on A-la-Carta basis. Meal plans do not include Evening snacks & cold drinks / liquor, Soups or Deserts. We can arrange for the same at additional cost on prior information. For order on A-la-Carta basis, guests are requested to make direct payment for additional items.
  • For early morning check out breakfast may be limited to simple bread & butter / jam. Items like Puri / roti – sabji may not be available.
  • Consumption and serving of alcohol in hotels / rooms is subject to hotel’s rules and regulations. In some hotels, consumption of alcohol is not allowed.
  • The region’s prime tourist interest in its Nature and eco-friendly atmosphere. The facilities available here cannot be matched with other developed destinations. Many accommodations will have basic facilities compared with other regions. Please inform tourists that this region can be enjoyed in its natural beauty and simple flavor.
  • Many regions do not have star category hotels. Similar category hotels with the best available room will be provided.
  • Kindly inform guests that same category rooms or identical rooms may not be available. We will try our best to maintain similarity.
  • For large groups, all rooms in one hotel may not be available. Moreover, if two or more hotels are selected, identical facilities may not be available even between rooms of the same tariff. The clients will have to adjust to these conditions. We will try our best to maintain similarity.
  • In most hotels Extra Person Sharing the Room, Child with Extra Bed, will be provided MATTRESS / ROLL OVERS as per requirement.
  • In the region, scarcity of water & electricity is a natural phenomenon. Guests are requested to bear with such problems as may arise during the tour.

 

SURCHARGE APPLICABLE ON BLACK-OUT DATES:

DURGA PUJA / DIWALI /CHRISTMAS / NEW YEAR

Vehicle operation & usage guide:

  1. Vehicle Segment: 
  • Carriers in vehicles are not allowed in the region.
  • No AC will be available in vehicles in Hill regions
  • For 7 & above guests Tempo Traveller / Xylo / Scorpio / Bolero or  similar category
  • For 4 -6  guests Innova / Xylo / Scorpio / Bolero or  similar category
  • For 2-3 guests  Swift D’zire / Etios/ Amaze or similar category
  1. Vehicle will NOT be on disposal
  • The vehicle used will be exclusive for that group but will not be at disposal.
  • Vehicle will be available as per your itinerary. Kindly follow the time strictly
  • Sightseeing points covered will depend on remaining time in hand
  • Full day sightseeing will be till maximum 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm as per given itinerary. For additional usage, per km / per hour will be charged as per usage.
  1. Hotels located in Hills – in busy areas / City Centers / No Entry / One Way zones 
  • Most of the hotels do not have parking place & vehicle cannot be parked in front of the gates for longer period hence gusts should wait at the reception 5 minute before
    the departure to avoid the inconveniences.
  • Due to shortage in space for parking, please be informed that you will have to be ready on time & wait in the lobby.
  • Due to uncalculated situations (traffic jams / traffic halts/ diversions etc.) the vehicle reporting may get delayed. We will request you to bear with us and as soon as vehicle arrives you will have to get in, before the policeman blow his whistle.
  • Due to vehicle-parking difficulty, most of the areas are restricted to entry of vehicle & specific time is allotted for entries. Kindly follow the time strictly as given to you.
  • In No Parking Zones, the vehicle will get parked in an available parking area. In such a case, you will have to wait for the vehicle to come to your designated area. Please be patient as the driver will have to come through traffic. Please coordinate with the driver.
  1. Transfers to next destination
  • Night travel is not possible, so if you have a transfer to another destination in second half, please maintain time of your morning sightseeing
  • If one destination is covered twice or additional destinations are included, additional charges will be applicable on per km / per hour basis.
  • During Rainy season, heavy showers are possible and many times tarpaulin may not cover all the luggage because of the nature of heavy showers. In such case, luggage will have to be loaded inside the vehicle. The guests will have to adjust to such situations.

5.General Terms

  • The tour guide reserves the rights to make changes or omit any place of visit, if it becomes necessary due to bad weather, bad road, strike or band, security reason etc.
  • Kindly inform us if the guests are senior citizens or have health related issues (like arthritis, heart problems etc.) or any such matter which might need special arrangements. Some itineraries will not be suitable for them and we will suggest accordingly.
  • The security concerns, driver’s working hours etc. will be kept in mind while planning the tour and sightseeing.
  • We try to ensure that the sightseeing points do not fall on a closing day. Incase due to inevitable situation if the sightseeing falls on a closing day, it will have to be left out. Conducting that particular tour or sightseeing point the next day will be subject to time availability.
  • Weather in the region is unpredictable. We have kept your sightseeing related with nature flexible.
  • The region’s prime tourist interest in its Nature and eco-friendly atmosphere. The facilities available here cannot be matched with other developed destinations.
  • Once the package is booked & confirmed no refund will be allowed. There will be no refund of any unutilized service in part or in full what so ever may be the reason.

Guwahati:
Guwahati, the capital city of the northeastern state of Assam, was formerly known as Pragjyotishpur (the City of Eastern Light).  Located on the bank of the Brahmaputra River, Guwahati is also the largest city of Assam. This city is also the second largest metropolitan area in entire Eastern India. The gateway to the seven other northeastern states, Guwahati is a vital tourist link point, besides being an attraction in itself.

Temperature:

Summer: 18°C to 37°C; Winter: 7°C to 26°C

Best Time to Visit:

From October to April. The torrential monsoon period (June to September) is best avoided as the swollen Brahmaputra causes havoc in its wake.

Kamakhya Temple – The Kamakhya Temple is a Sati Pith temple situated on the Nilachal Hill in western part of Guwahati city in Assam, India. It is the main temple in a complex of individual temples dedicated to different forms of the mother goddess as the Dasa Mahavidya, including Bhuvaneshvari, Bagalamukhi, Chinnamasta, Tripura Sundari and Tara. It is an important pilgrimage destination for general Hindu and Tantric worshipers.

Kalakshetra – Shankardev Kalakshetra is an Assamese cultural museum in the Panjabari area of Guwahati, India. It includes an art gallery and a children’s park. It is named after the great Vaishnavite reformer of Assam, Shankardeva. The artistic excellence of Assam and rest of the north-eastern region is displayed here.

Balaji Temple – Tirupati Balaji is a magnificent temple at Lokhra, near Guwahati, in Assam. It is dedicated to Lord Venkateswara, and is a holy place for the pilgrims from the north-east. The sanctums of Lord Ganesh, Lord Balaji and Goddess Durga can also be seen here. The architecture of this temple is unique, and takes after the South Indian temples.

Nabagraha Temple – The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva who is worshipped here in the form of nine shivlings, representing the nine planetary gods of Hinduism. Each shivling is wrapped in a cloth having a specific color. Each of these colors symbolizes one of the nine planets. The temple was built in 1752.

Optional sightseeing with additional cost

Sukresvara Temple – This temple is situated on the banks of Brahmaputra River. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It contains one of the largest Linga in India. This temple was constructed in AD 1744.

Assam State Museum – Established in 1940, it is one of the biggest multipurpose museums in the country. The museum has separate sections for archaeology, epigraphy, numismatics and iconography. The collection includes archaeological, wooden and bell-metal objects, ivory, terracotta, pith, tribal objects and dioramas of tribal life. Painting, old textiles, arms and weapons, ethnographic objects and stone sculptures are the other artifacts on display.

River Cruise – A River Cruise on the mighty Brahmaputra is a wonderful opportunity to get a feel of this legendary river. Catch the ferry travelling between Sukheshwar Ghat and North Guwahati or travel a little more stylishly in one of the state tourisms run vessels.

Haflong – Assam’s only hill station, Haflong is 325Km. from Guwahati. Its picturesque and unspoiled environs are perfect for extended stays.

Wildlife:

Kaziranga National Park:

In the heart of Assam, located on the banks of the mighty Brahamputra River. It is inhabited by the world’s largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses, as well as many mammals, including tigers, elephants, panthers and bears, and thousands of birds. With Open country covered mostly with elephant grass, Kaziranga gives visitors a chance to see the fauna at fairly close quarters. The total number of rhinoceros in the park is 70 percent of the total population of this species in the world. The values and criteria made Kaziranga National Park to get inscribed in the World Heritage Site List 1985.

Jeep Safari: Jeep Safari available from 1st November to 30th April. Jeep Safari is from 7.30am to 9.30am & 2pm to 3.30pm.

Elephant Safari: Elephant Safari is available from 1st November to 30th April. First ride is from 5.15am to 6.15 am and Second ride is from 6.30am to 7.30am from November to April (unless census may be scheduled).

Range:  1- Kohora (Central) Range. 2- Bagori (Western) Range. 3- Agoratoli (Eastern) Range. 4- Burapahar (Ghoraketi) Range. 5- Panbari Reserved Forest.

Nameri National Park:

Nameri National Park is located in the foothills of the eastern ranges of the Himalayan Mountain Range. The forests are home to a host of different animals. The national park is home to a substantial population of elephants. Some of the other animals that can be seen here are leopards, bisons, wild boars, black bears, giant squirrels, capped langurs and sloth bears. There are a few species of birds that are present here as well. One can see hornbills, wood ducks, plovers, bee eaters and babblers. Safaris can be arranged in the park and this is the best way to see the place. Jeeps and SUVs are used for these safari rides and they are protected on all sides with an iron grill.

The park is also home to evergreen forests and they are lush green for many months of the year. Some of the most popular activities in the park include white water rafting and angling. There are several spots that are ideal for angling. However, one has to obtain permission from the forest department for angling. Families can also swim and sunbathe in certain sections of the park.

Manas National Park:

Manas National Park, a project Tiger Reserve and a World heritage Site, is 176 Km. north-west of Guwahati. Other denizens of the dense jungles here are the one – horned rhinos, tigers, hispid hare, gaurs, pygmy hogs and rare golden langurs. It’s a paradise for birdwatchers for it has a stunning selection of avian life.

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