Guwahati Tour Packages 

Kiomoi welcomes you to the most popular and fastest growing region in the state of Assamese, Guwahati. Formerly known as Pragjyotishpur, or "the city of eastern lights", Guwahati is nestled between the Shivalik Hills and the Brahmaputra River, making it an ideal travel destination for families in India. 
With the first totally solar-powered railway station in India and Lokpriya Gopinath International Airport, the city is well-connected to other parts of the country. One of the most famous tourist attractions of Guwahati is the Goddess Kamakhya Temple, which sees thousands of devotees from all over the country, and world, visiting here.
If you are looking to book Assam tour packages, there are a number of popular tourist attractions in the city that add to the enjoyment and fun of vacationing here.

However, before you embark on your journey here’s all you should know to make a perfect Guwahati travel itinerary. 

Top Places to Visit in Assam  

Kamakhya Temple: Inarguably the very first recommendation you’d find in all Guwahati tour packages as the place to visit is the Goddess Kamakhya temple. Situated on the Nilanchal Hill in the western region of Guwahati in Assam, Kamakhya Temple is one of the four significant Shakti Peeth as (temples having the highest powers of divinity) in the country and is highly revered by the Hindu Tantrik sect. The temple has witnessed several demolitions as an act of war and has been created and rebuilt several times between the eighth and the seventeenth centuries.
Umananda Temple: Another significant place of worship and a popular tourist attraction in Guwahati is the Umananda temple. Dedicated to lord Shiv, this temple is majestically placed right in the middle of the Brahmaputra river, on Peacock Island. So, obviously, the only way to access the temple visit is by hopping on to one of the several boats available to transport tourists to the island. The island was originally built in 1694 A.D. by King Gadadhar Singha. However, it was destroyed by an earthquake in 1897 and later rebuilt by a wealthy local merchant. 
Assam State Zoo and Botanical Garden: A perfect tourist spot for families in Guwahati, the Assam State Zoo and Botanical Garden houses a variety of flora and fauna, including the one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal tigers, and exotic plant species. Several Guwahati group tour packages include a visit to this place that offers a perfect combination of fun day outing and education for families and wildlife enthusiasts alike. 
Guwahati Planetarium: Another very popular and influential tourist attraction in Guwahati is the Guwahati planetarium. With its state-of-the-art facilities, the planetarium offers fascinating shows on astronomy, making it an engaging destination for both adults and children. Tourists here can look forward to enjoying a number of seminars and exhibitions along with witnessing some celestial events like an eclipse or a meteor shower closely when arrangements are made to attract a number of visitors.

Things to Do in Guwahati

Enjoy a Memorable Cruise on the Brahmaputra River: Embark on a mesmerizing river cruise on the mighty Brahmaputra, offering an unparalleled view of Guwahati's scenic beauty. An integral part of several Guwahati sightseeing packages, the cruise offers a wide range of travel experience. From a serene sunset to an adventurous island-hopping tour, one can expect a gala time while on the cruise on the Brahmaputra River.
Explore the Local Markets: Exploring the local markets is one of the most commonly recommended things to do for any city. The same applies to Guwahati tour packages. However, what makes this activity a bit more special in Guwahati is the vibrancy of the local markets of the city. You not only get souvenirsto buy in Guwahati but also get to understand the local culture and traditions. Also, if budget-friendly Guwahati tours is on your mind, this is going to contribute immensely.
Visit the Guwahati Tea Gardens: The northeastern state of Assam is known for its sprawling tea gardens. So, it becomes imperative that you take out some time from your Guwahati group tours and visit one of the tea gardens on the outskirts of the city. Whether or not you are a tea connoisseurs, a visit to the lush tea gardens around Guwahati is a must. Learn about the tea-making process, from cultivation to brewing. Assam tour packages offer excursions to these plantations, providing an insightful and aromatic experience.
Spend a Day with Wildlife at Kaziranga: Spread over 42,000 hectares of land,Kaziranga is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the largest population of the spectacular and endangered species of one-horned rhinos. Situated in the north-eastern part of India in the district of Golaghat and Nagoan in the state of Assam, Kazirangais one of the last areas that is undisturbed by a human presence. Apart from the one-horned rhinos, the national park also houses other prominent wildlife species such as elephants, wild water buffaloes, and tigers. Connect with our travel advisors to plan special Guwahati Kaziranga tour packages. 
Attend Bihu Dance Performances: Immerse yourself in Assamese culture by attending traditional Bihu dance performances. Many cultural events and festivals in Guwahati showcase this vibrant dance form, adding a lively and authentic touch to your travel experience. Keep an eye on event calendars when planning your visit.

Tips for Guwahati Group Tour Packages

To ensure your travel is seamless and memorable, consider these invaluable tips:
Best Time to Visit Guwahati: October to April is the ideal time to visit Guwahati as it offers pleasant weather. However, if you can, the monsoon season (June to September) is also a great time to enjoy sublime natural views. 
Strictly Follow the Cultural Ethics: Guwahati may be a fast-growing tier1 city, however, the locals still follow their age-old traditions to the core. Especially with pious places such as Kamakhya temple, one needs to make sure they respect local cultural norms. Dress modestly, remove footwear before entering the temple premises, and maintain a respectful demeanor during religious ceremonies. 
Pack Smartly: Pack light cotton clothes for the warmer months and warmer layers for the winter season.
Select Accommodation Options Wisley: Guwahati is a popular tourist destination and therefore has stay options ranging from budget homestays to luxurious hotels. When you book your Guwahati tour packages with Kiomoi, be rest assured to find the best accommodation option that fits your preference and budget, both. 
Use Local Transport: One of the things that could aid massively in making your Guwahati sightseeing packages a success is using local transport options for exploring the city. 
Safety and Scams: Guwahati is generally safe for travelers, but it's wise to take standard precautions. 
Explore Local Festivals: Check the festival calendar as Guwahati hosts various cultural and religious festivals throughout the year. Attending these celebrations offers a unique insight into the local way of life.

How to Reach Guwahati?

By Air: Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati is well-connected to major cities in India. Several airlines operate regular flights, making it a convenient option.
By Road: Guwahati has a well-maintained road network, and buses from nearby cities and states offer a comfortable journey. 
By Rail: Guwahati Junction is a major railway station with excellent rail connectivity. Trains from various parts of the country provide a scenic and comfortable journey to the city.

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