This World Tourism Day, ride the new Royal Enfield Hunter 350 to discover these 5 unforgettable destinations in Guwahati
Home to the world famous one-horned rhinoceros, Guwahati is one of the best places to visit in the northeast of India.
Observed on the 27th of September every year, World Tourism Day aims to raise awareness about the significance of tourism around the world.
Home to the world famous one-horned rhinoceros, Guwahati is one of the best places to visit in the northeast of India. With the mighty Brahmaputra River flowing through it and nature’s abundant beauty, one will be spoilt for choice in this charming city.
This World Tourism Day is the best time to explore Guwahati on the all-new Royal Enfield Hunter- a motorcycle that’s refreshingly new but exudes old school cool and resonates with the old yet modern culture of this beautiful city.
Here is a list of the five best destinations in Guwahati to explore:
- Kamakhya Temple
Kamakhya Temple is one of the shaktipeeths in India and holds a strong cultural significance to the Hindu population. It is a spiritually sacred and celebrated site in India. The best time to visit this temple is between the months of September and October, during the Durga Puja where the celebration continues for 5 days.
- Kaziranga National Park
Being one of the World’s Heritage Sites and home to two-thirds of one-horned rhinoceros in the world, Kaziranga National Park is indeed a site worth visiting. You can enjoy your time by witnessing the wonders of the park, watching different types of birds and experiencing the exquisite elephant rides. Kaziranga is a jewel in Guwahati tourism and a paradise for animal lovers and environmental enthusiasts.
- Umananda Island
Known as the smallest inhabited river island in the world, this little surprise is one of Guwahati's best places to visit. It is a secluded island amid the Brahmaputra and is a part of
the popular Peacock Island. It got its name of ‘Peacock Island’ from its peacock-like shape.
Dispur, the capital city of Assam is known for its picturesque beauty, vibrant tradition, and rich culture. Due to its proximity from Guwahati, there’s no better way to reach this place than hitting the road with your all new and stylish Hunter 350 for company. The place is popular for its tea garden markets and pleasant weather that could be experienced throughout the year.
- Manas National Park
Another enormous national park located near Guwahati is Manas National Park. It has also been declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is known for playing a significant role in Project. Tiger Reserve. It is the only tiger reserve in the entire area and is also home to golden langur and red panda. Easily accessible by road with greenery and beautiful views to accompany you, ride on your all new Hunter 350 and make your trip even more memorable.