Top 10 Places to Visit in Assam & Meghalaya

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Are you fond of exploring nature, wildlife, and mountains? If so, then you must make a plan to visit Northeast India, where Assam & Meghalaya, the two most fascinating realms of Northeast India will fill you with contentment by their sight of nature. You will ascertain major attractions while searching the best Places to Visit in Assam & Meghalaya and satisfy your soul by visiting those pacific attractions. 

Assam is distinguished for its wildlife, archaeological sites, and tea plantations. Assam’s largest city Guwahati is popularly known for silk bazaars and the hilltop Kamakhya Temple. On the contrary, Meghalaya – The abode of clouds is a blissful state that is popular for its high rainfall, rich cultural heritage, beautiful landscapes, heavenly hills, charming lakes, bewitched valleys, mysterious caves, and majestic waterfalls, subtropical forests, and biodiversity. Here we are going to review the Top 10 places to visit in Assam & Meghalaya which will compel you to visit.

10 Best Tourist Places in Assam & Meghalaya

1. Guwahati 

Guwahati

Guwahati is the best place to visit for travel enthusiasts which has located on the edges of the Brahmaputra River in the northeast Indian state of Assam. It is popular for wildlife, temples, cultures, and sacred places like the hilltop Kamakhya Temple, highlighting temples to the Hindu divinities Shiva and Vishnu. The famous Kamakhya temple is placed on the Nilachal hill which was constructed in the 10th century by the Koch king, Naranarayan. It is the most pious amid the tantrik temples of Shakti worship on the earth. Guwahati is admired by tourists due to its ancient temples and the spectacular charm of the Brahmaputra.

Major attractions– Kamakhya Temple, Manas National Park, Assam Rajyik State Museum, Kaziranga National park, Guwahati Planetarium, Navagraha Temple, Nehru Park.


2. Digboi

Digboi

Digboi is a north-eastern part of the state of Assam which is famous for unearthing Asia’s first oil refinery in 1901. This place is not only popular for refinery but also renowned for having stunning plenty of tea gardens. Its murky blue hills contribute several demonstrations such as Digboi oil refinery, Ridge point, Centenary museum. A stunning view of snow-clad mountains of the eastern Himalayas will load you with amusement. Moreover, you can look at the history of the city through the Digboi Centenary museum.

Major attraction – Digboi Rig refinery, Ridge point, Centenary museum.

3. Jorhat 

Jorhat

Jorhat is one of the major cities of Assam and is a culturally and commercially important city that is highly renowned for its Tea plantations, culture, mosques, tombs, and gardens. Jorhat is situated on the edges of River Bhugdoi, a branch of the river Brahmaputra and holds many attractions such as Majuli and Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar. Majuli is an ecological hotspot and the world’s largest river island which is located about 20 km from Jorhat while Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar is the ancient and the most prominent site of devotion in Assam, which is loved by numerous sightseers.

Major attractions– Majuli Island, Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar, Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, Kakochang Waterfalls, Gymkhana Club, Tocklai Tea Research Centre, Sukapha Samannay Kshetra, Bangalpukhari, Cinnamora Tea Estate, Lachit Borpukhan’s Maidam, Thengal Bhavan.


4. Diphu

Diphu

Diphu has many beautiful tourist attractions which are located in Karbi Anglong district in the state of Assam in India. This place is popular for its hill station, wildlife, nature, history, culture which can be found in its nearby cities. If you admire nature then you must visit Arboretum while touring Diphu because it is placed nearby Diphu and its lush greenery gives you a spectacular view and soothes your mind. If you love nature then Botanical Garden is absolutely a fantastic place for you which is located 5 km away from Diphu where you can get a variety of trees and plants. Not only that, you can visit District Mesum as well that displays artifacts that have archaeological importance and embody the culture of the place. You can also witness hunting tools employed by the tribes. If you love boating so can enjoy that here too.

Major attractions – Botanical Garden, Arboretum, Taralangso Cultural Centre, Umwang, District Museum.

5. Tezpur

Tezpur

Another major and ideal sightseer place in Assam, Tezpur is popular for its picturesque scenery, Tea plantations, the moving range of tea-gardens. It is located on the shores of the river Brahmaputra which makes this place more wonderful. Its forests and national parks attract a large number of tourists to this region. Travelers can enjoy its culture by witnessing the land’s traditional dances and attending cultural events.

Major attractions – Agnigarh, Kalia Bhomora Setu, Nameri National Park, Bamuni Hills, Bura-Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary, Chitralekha Udyan, Da-Parbatia, District Museum, Ouguri Hill, Nag-Sankar Temple, Ketakeshwar Dewal.

6. Shillong

Shillong

One of the most sought-after tourist destinations of India and the state capital of Meghalaya, Shillong, is also identified as the ‘Scotland of the East’ as it mirrors the sottish lands here. An eye-catchy hill station site in northeast India, Shillong is a perfect blend of old world and contemporary grace. It has some picturesque places worth visiting such as Umiam lake, Elephant falls, and elegant gardens at Lady Hydari Park, forested Shillong Peak gives city views.

Major attractions – Elephant Falls, Shillong Peak, Umiam Lake, Sohpetbneng Peak, Don Bosco Museum, Mary Help for Christian Cathedral, Laitlum Canyons, Ward’s Lake.

7. Cherrapunjee

Cherrapunjee

Located in Meghalaya, the most humid place on the planet, Cherrapunjee has won the hearts of sightseers with its remarkable panoramas. Travelers feel like heaven here. It is the only place that endures rain throughout the year in India. Cherrapunji also distinguished as Sohra or Churra, signifies ‘the land of oranges’. It’s famous for its living root bridges that are constructed from rubber trees. 

Major attractions – Nohkalikai Falls, Krem Phyllut Cave, Seven Sisters Falls, Dain-Thlen Falls, Mawsmai Cave, Mawmluh Cave, Eco Park, Thangkharang Park, Khoh Ramhah.


8. Williamnagar

Williamnagar

Williamnagar is a perfect place for adventure seekers where they can enjoy hiking and trekking. Nature lovers and bird watchers can go on a journey in Williamnagar which is situated in the state of Meghalaya in India where they can view forests and witness greenery to fill their eyes with the beauty of nature.

Major attractions – Simsang River, Nake Chikong, Domre Falls, Tasek Lake, Napak Lake.

9. Tura

Tura

The hilly town, Tura is situated in the western part of Meghalaya. It is the eco-tourism hub of Meghalaya and one of the most populous towns in Meghalaya. Tura flourishes unruffled biodiversity and is shrouded with the redolence of mountains and greenery.

Major attractions – Balpakram National Park, Tura Peak, Naphak Lake, Siju Caves, Wadagokgre, Arbella Peak, Nokrek National Park, Pelga Falls, Rongbangdare Waterfalls, Imilchang Dare Falls.

 10. Jowai 

Jowai

Jowai is renowned for its rural setting and marvelous landscapes with the ideal mix of heritage and culture. The leading tourist hot spots Thadlaskein Lake and Lalong Park are recognized for their beauty while a popular destination Syntu Ksiar located on the shores of river Myntdu attracts tourists as a picnic spot. Travelers love to visit this place due to its popular festivals such as Behdeinkhlam, Chad Sukra, and Laho Dance. Non-vegetarians travelers can try the variety of meat dishes of local fish and pork here.

Major attractions – Tryshi Falls, Krang Suri Falls, Umlawan Cave, Mawlynnong, Jaintia Hills, Jarain Pitcher Plant Lake, Nartiang Monoliths, Syntu Ksair, Stone Bridge, Thadlaskein Lake, Lalong Park.

Have a wonderful journey of brilliant nature and wildlife in Assam & Meghalaya that will satisfy and delight your soul with their captivating sites and panoramas.

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