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Assam Tour Kaziranga

Tour in Assam:
on the banks of the Brahmaputra

Here is an introduction to the states of north-east India with a tour of the state of Assam.

Situated in the Brahmaputra basin and in the foothills of the Himalayas, the state is famous for its tea, but also boasts several national parks and nature reserves. It is also home to the world's largest river island, Majuli Island, a natural paradise still untouched by tourism. 

Another favourite destination for nature lovers, for a different kind of trip, off the beaten track.

Tour in North-East India: Assam

9 days / 8 nights

Stopovers: Delhi - Dibrugarh - Jorhat - Majuli - Kaziranga - Guwahati

Assam tour

Day 1 • New Delhi

New Delhi Airport, International Terminal: arrival, meet and transfer to the hotel. 

Day 2 • New Delhi

First discovery of India with its capital New Delhi. Its many sites are distributed to the north in Old Delhi and to the south in New Delhi where the British preferred to settle from 1931. Both modern and ancestral, Delhi is a pleasant city despite the number of its inhabitants.

Day 3 • Delhi - Dibrugarh

Morning transfer to the airport for the flight to Dibrugarh on the banks of the Brahmaputra River and first stop on your Assam tour. Arrival and transfer to the hotel, a former British bungalow built in the 19th century in the middle of a tea plantation.

Day 4 Dibrugarh - Jorhat

In the morning, departure to Jorhat. Along the way, You will visit Sivasagar, historic city and former capital of the Ahom tribe who reigned over Assam for 600 years before the arrival of the British. You will discover the gigantic reservoir "Sibsagar" from which the city takes its name and the amphitheater where the kings used to entertain themselves with games, sports, dance and music. City tour to discover the other monuments and Ahom palaces before continuing to Jorhat.

Day 5 Jorhat (excursion to Majuli)

​​Full day excursion to Majuli Island, which you will reach by ferry. Majuli is, in the world, the largest island located on a river, here the Brahmaputra. Interests include pottery and mask making. You will also visit the "satras", monasteries dedicated to the goddess Vaishnavi and introduced in Assam in the 15th century by Shandardeva, reformer and Assamese saint. 

Day 6 Jorhat - Kaziranga

After breakfast, transfer by road to Kaziranga, site of the national park of the same name which must be on the program of any tour in Assam. Check-in at the hotel at the end of the day. 

Day 7 Kaziranga 

Whole day dedicated to the discovery of the national park, created in 1908. It has been listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1985 and is renowned for hosting two thirds of the world population of the great one-horned rhinoceros. It also has the highest density of tigers in a protected area in the world. Among the other residents of the park that you will have plenty of time to observe: the deer (barasingha), the elephant and the wild water buffaloes, but also many birds, including the adjutant stork, the bar-headed goose and different kinds of eagles and vultures without forgetting the Alexandrine parakeet that you will be able to see, but especially hear….

Day 8 Kaziranga 

​​Second day dedicated to exploring the park. 

Day 9 Kaziranga - Guwahati - Delhi

In the morning, you will be taken to the airport for the flight to Delhi. Upon arrival, welcome and transfer to the international terminal.

Ideas for Assam

This is a suggested itinerary that can serve as a framework for working together on your Assam tour. You can also contact us to find out the price on the date of your trip and buy it as it is. 


- Add one or two days to the tour to visit the Taj Mahal in Agra. 

- Insert additional days for a cruise on the Brahmaputra River for a unique experience.

- Possibility to enter and/or leave India via Mumbai.   

- The best time to go there: all year round except during the annual closure of Kaziranga from May to October.


Please contact us for a tailor-made quote, excluding international flights.

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