01 : Guwahati
Arrive at Guwahati or city of 'Eastern lights' Drive up Neelachal hill for a bruah with ancient spirituality at Kamakhya temple - an important tantric centre.
Get a great view of the sprawling Brahmaputra river (India's only male river)
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Day 02 : Trip to Brahmaputra River
A wonderful day trip to Hajo situated on the north bank of Brahmaputra river. It has become a confluence of Hindu, Muslim and Buddhist faith. A temple is said to contain the relic of Budha.
Day 03 : Guwahati
Drive through gentle green hills and valleys to Tezpur 280 kms away from Guwahati on the bank of Brahmaputra.
Day 04 : Visit Agnigardh
The scene of blossoming of romance between Usha & Aniruddha and the battle of Hari-Har-Yudh. After lunch visit Da-Parbattia temple with the finest sculptural specimens dating back to the ancient gupta period.
Day 05 : Bhalukpong
Visit Bhalukpong the ancient capital city. Its one of the best picnic and angling spots in Assam. Enjoy dinner with a recital of Bihu music and dance.
Day 06 & 07 : Kaziranga National Park
Leave early for Kaziranga National Park. It is the world's famous home for the one horned rhinoceros. It is also home to a number of other animals - pangolin, clouded leopard, ganga dolphins, elephants and a wide variety of reptiles and birds.
Stay overnight. Take a early morning or late night safari. Drive back to Guwahati.
If you are looking for a spiritual upliftment or just some peace and insight into yourself then you should travel to Haridwar. This sacred city lies at the foothills of the Himalayas, the point where the Ganga reaches the plains.
Haridwar is the gateway to the other Himalayan pilgrimage shrines -Rishikesh, Badrinath and Kedarnath.Haridwar is famous for the Kumbha Mela, which happens once in twelve years.
Haridwar has a rich past from the aeons. Haridwar is exalted in the ancient scriptures and epics as Mayapuri, Gangadwar, Mokshadwar and so on.
Legend has it that the holy Ganga, the holiest of all rivers, which flows through this sacred city has actually been sanctified by the powerful Trinity of Hindu mythology and the center of the pantheon - Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh.
The tourist attractions in Haridwar are the temples and the bathing ghats where thousands of pilgrims come to attend the Kumbh Mela, which happens once in every twelve years, and the Ardh Kumbh Mela, which falls every six months.
The city of Haridwar gets a magical aura in the evenings when the ghats are filled with the offerings of flowers and diyas (lighted lamps) floating on the waters of the Ganga.