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Guwahati City

About Guwahati

Guwahati, situated in Assam, is a bustling town divided into two halves by the Brahmaputra River. It is also the home to the intellectual elite of Assam. The city has experienced strife and bloodshed in the early 1990s. The city is also the home to thriving business class, containing people from all over India. Travel to Guwahati can be extremely charming and delighting experience.

Flights to Guwahati

Guwahati is well connected to Calcutta and Delhi through the Borjhar Airport that serves daily operational flights to Guwahati. Besides, flights also operate from Dibrugarh, Agartala, Dimapur, Silchar, and Imphal. The airport is 25km away from the city. Therefore, you can hire a taxi or coach to reach the city.

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You can also avail online tickets to save time and inconvenience.

Accommodation

Guwahati provides best options to stay in northeast India with some of the best hotels in Guwahati. There are many budget and standard hotels in Guwahati. You can also check out luxury hotels as well as renowned 4-star hotels around the city. All these hotels promise a comfortable stay in Guwahati.

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you can also go for budget accommodation in Guwahati or book a stay in
economical and low priced guest houses and lodges in Guwahati.

Activities and Sightseeing

Guwahati is primarily a business town and therefore doesn’t offer much to do and see. Some of the places worth visit are:

  • The Kamakhya Temple
  • A boat ride on the Brahmaputra river
  • Wildlife sanctuaries in Assa
After all this sightseeing, relax yourself by shopping in beautiful markets of Guwahati. Don’t forget to take home souvenirs like Endi, Pat, and Muga silk and decorative stuff made with cane and bamboo.
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Travel Tip

All you need to carry is warm woolens for winter and light cottons for summer. If you have plans tp move ahead towards Bomdila, situated at a higher altitude, pack warm woolens for summer and thick anoraks for winter.