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GUWAHATI

If you are taking one of our Brahmaputra River Cruises, one place you should definitely consider stopping at is Guwahati. This is a large city in India, in the state of Assam. It is a place that has so much to offer in terms of beauty and history, making it one of the most fascinating stops on any river cruise. There’s loads of things you can do in Guwahati, some of which we’ve mentioned below.

The many different reasons why Guwahati has become a popular spot for people on river cruises

There are a number of different reasons why Guwahati is a place that comes highly recommended when taking a river cruise. There are lots of great attractions for you to enjoy. The Brahmaputra is one of the main attractions here. Taking one of our river cruises is one of the best ways to experience the beautiful Brahmaputra river, with loads of photo opportunities along the coast of Guwahati; a great way to start your adventure.

One place you will probably want to explore in Guwahati is Kamakhya Temple. This is situated 8km west of Guwahati, on Neelachal Hill. It is the most revered site in Guwahati, as well as being one of the country’s most foremost Shaktipeeths. There are also a number of lush, sprawling green tea plantations as well. You will struggle to find another place around the world with such a love for tea as Guwahati. Make sure you pick up some packets of Assam tea to take home with you while exploring this part of India.

The Kamakhya temple in GuwahatiThe Kamakhya temple in Guwahati

You will also find that you are not going to be too far away from some of India’s most famous national parks as well, including Orang and Kaziranga. Orang is gaining popularity amongst wildlife enthusiasts, as it is home to the likes of tigers, wild buffaloes, elephants, one-horned rhinoceros, and pygmy hogs. Karizanga is recognised around the world as the last undisturbed habitat of the Great Indian one-horned rhinoceros. So, if you are someone who has a love for wildlife, you are definitely going to love everything that Guwahati has to offer.

Shopping in Guwahati is a treat

If you are someone who likes to pick up some souvenirs and treats while on vacation, you will not be disappointed with Guwahati. Assam is famous for its intricate handicrafts and exquisite handlooms. If you shop here, you are bound to have a delightful day. There are a number of major shopping hubs in the city, including GN Bordoloi Road, Pragjyotika Emporium, Shilpagram, and Pan Bazaar.

Taking a river cruise and stopping at Guwahati

As you can see, there is a lot to like about Guwahati. If you are planning on taking a river cruise, this is definitely the sort of place that you should consider stopping at in order to make the most of your experience. There is so much to see and do here, with lots of amazing attractions to explore and plenty of history to delve into.

River Cruises visiting Guwahati

 

River Cruise itinerary for The Brahmaputra

The Brahmaputra

Guwahati - Silghat - Guwahati

No Single Supplement on selected dates

7 nights

from US$3,179
members from US$2,543.20

River Cruise itinerary for The Brahmaputra
River Cruise itinerary for Ganges & Brahmaputra

Ganges & Brahmaputra

Kolkata - Guwahati - Silghat - Guwahati

No Single Supplement on selected dates

14 nights

from US$6,639
members from US$5,311.20

River Cruise itinerary for Ganges & Brahmaputra
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