December to February
7,000-10,000 INR per person
Summer is advised to be avoided for travel due to the extreme hot and humid weather of the city.
The annual rainfall happens in the monsoon in Guwahati and is forbidden for safaris in national parks of the state.
Autumn is slightly dry and comfortable which is a benifit for travelers.
Winter is by far the best season to travel the city. The windy and chilly weather of Guwahati is perfect to have a stroll and enjoy bird watching in the sanctuaries.
Ambubachi Mela is the annual festival observed at Kamakhya Temple that celebrates Menstruation of the goddess.
The lake was formed due to an earthquake in 1897. During this period, the forest went down and became a lake.
Dipor Bil is an amalgam of "Dipa" means elephant and "Bil" means wetland. Dipor Bil is a large aquatic body inhabited by elephants.
You can hire a taxi or book Auto Rickshaws beforehand to reach your destination ahead of time.
Renting facilities of two-wheelers are available easily and are budget-friendly.
Boating on the mighty Brahmaputra River is definitely advisable.
English and Hindi are spoken. Assamese is the local language.
48.74 which is moderate.
Guwahati is famous because of the ancient Kamakhya Devi temple which is well-known for its mystic experiences. The city is renowned for its spotless environment and exciting excursions.
The ideal time to travel to Guwahati is from October to March. With a low temperature that only reaches five degrees Celsius, the weather is often nice.
Assamese is the official language of the state of Assam and it is also the name given to the locals of the region.
No, Guwahati doesn't experience snowfalls. The only place nearby Guwahati where snowfalls - is Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh