Every traveller wishes to make the most out of their trip to any place. Shopping, eating, and exploring the popular tourist spots – these are the common three aspects of making travel full of fun. Have you ever wondered, is there any other way you can give a completely different touch to your wanderlust and witness an all-new experience? Worry not, as we have got some amazing tips for you if you are planning to visit Guwahati.
Situated on the banks of Brahmaputra, Guwahati is a must-visit destination for those who are in love with nature. It offers beautiful landscapes with picture-perfect backdrops of the Himalayas and Brahmaputra River. Read on to learn how you can make the best of your 5 days in Guwahati as you explore some undiscovered places!
An Escape to Umananda Island: Accessed by a ferry, Umananda is a small river island in the middle of Brahmaputra. It is popularly known as the ‘Peacock Island', owing to its resemblance to the shape of a peacock. You can also visit the Umananda Temple and spot the rare Gee's golden Langurs.
An Energetic Trek on Kamakhya Hills: Kamakhya Hills, also known as the Nilachal Hills, is a serene destination to visit, especially for the couples. You can either spend some romantic time with your loved one or visit the Kamakhya Temple. For adventure junkies, the top of this hill offers a spectacular view of the valleys around.
Dream Date at Isle Natura: Resting on the beach, offering a colourful view, make this place your "I Do" destination. You can also dine at the beachside restaurant amidst its breath-taking views and peaceful ambience. Or you can just casually sit at the outdoor sitting area and enjoy the spellbinding sunsets and sunrises.
Shopping for Locally-made Articles: Guwahati is famous for its Tea, Silk, Handicrafts, Phulam Gamusa, Traditional Mask, Wooden Statues, Handmade Toys, Pickles, Traditional Jewellery, among others. You can find numerous local markets in Guwahati selling the aroma-rich Assamese tea, you can also buy one of the finest qualities of silk – though expensive – tribal handicrafts, and much more.
Apart from the above mentioned, you can also try your hands on the famous cuisines of Guwahati, especially Momos, Jhal Muri, Luchi, Thukpa, Khaar, and Masor Tenga are some of the must-haves.
Guwahati isn't just about shopping, rather, it is a total package of culture and nature worth-visiting. So, pack your bags and gear up for an adventure like never before. And when it comes to your stay, Ginger Hotels is your go-to destination. Ginger Guwahati, fully-equipped with modern amenities, is ideally located close to some of the famous markets and tourist destinations. After all, your trip to this land of crafts must be enhanced by comfort! Click here to know more about us.