Nestled on the banks of the massive Brahmaputra with the Himalayas for a backdrop lies the gateway to the northeast of India: Guwahati. With its impressive wildlife, natural sights, and cosmopolitan vibes; Guwahati is a fascinating city to explore.
Steeped in rich history and culture while coming out of its colonial shadow to become of India’s fast-growing cities, Guwahati has perfected the blend of old and new. You will love to take a walk among its alleys, markets, colonial-era houses, and the new urban glass buildings.
When you visit Guwahati, you will be a bit confused as to what to do and where to go? You can visit Kaziranga National park and explore the best of wildlife, go for a sweet little boat ride on the river Brahmaputra, explore the local markets, have some beer rice and bamboo shoot infused duck, visit the local pubs for a drink and be serenaded by amazing artists. Now that's a fun list of activities, isn't it?
It’s also becoming a hub for independent music with many acts carving a niche for itself and many music festivals being hosted here.
Guwahati is a young; it’s got an amazing music scene, spectacular natural landscapes, delicious cuisine, and warm people. It’s one place which has retained its old world charm and yet entered modernity with open arms. You will enjoy your time in Guwahati.