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Bagdogra Airport Airport Road, Bagdogra Darjeeling District, Siliguri West Bengal 734421
Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport Borjhar Guwahati, Assam 781015

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Cheapest Flights from Bagdogra to Guwahati

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Departure
Duration
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Lowest Fare
Date
29-Nov-19
Departure
15:30 - 16:25
Duration
00h 55m
Stops
Non-stop
Lowest Fare
₹1450

Date
30-Nov-19
Departure
15:30 - 16:25
Duration
00h 55m
Stops
Non-stop
Lowest Fare
₹1450

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About Guwahati:

A rambling city situated close to the relentless Brahmaputra, Guwahati is the embodiment of an amalgamation of history and modernisation. The biggest city in all of Assam, Guwahati remains the passage to the Seven Sisters of North East India. A city moulded by time itself, Guwahati is home to age-old sanctuaries that take you back to hundreds of years old antiquated history, yet it likewise brags of a relentless way of life and electric nightlife, staying aware of the cutting edge time of urbanisation and commercialisation. The spouting Brahmaputra waterway conveys with it untold stories from the historic past, and the serene vibe waiting in the city in spite of its cutting edge way of life is one of the main reasons you should visit Guwahati.

  • Places to visit:
    • Guwahati is home to countless old temples, all of which have intriguing stories and legends behind them. The Kamakhya Temple, ostensibly the most visited sanctuary in the city, is a temple committed to the goddess Kamakhya, who was otherwise called the goddess of want. Related with a legend that discovers its way in the pages of history, this Temple has the yearly Manasha Puja and the Ambubachi Mela, festivities which see pioneers from great distances abroad congregating to go to them. Different sanctuaries in Guwahati worth visiting incorporate the Umananda sanctuary and the Navagraha sanctuary.

    • The Guwahati Zoo, otherwise called the Assam State Zoo, is the greatest zoo in the aggregate of North East India and houses an enormous number of creatures, for example, monkeys, rhinos and pelicans.

  • Places to eat: Assamese flavours can be entirely exceptional. Fermented fruits and vegetables are regularly utilised, and numerous spices are dodged inside and out. Assamese food is extraordinary for both veggies as well as meat lovers.  From pork, fish, duck to even silkworm, you will find everything here.
    • If you need to truly taste authentic Assamese flavours, you need to explore indulging in the street/local markets.  In Guwahati, you can discover several vendors on city intersections, with pushcarts and bikes, particularly in the jam-packed market zones.

    • From the well-known momo to jhal muri, there is a variety of street food delights that you cannot afford to miss.

  • Places to shop:
    • From buzzing markets to present-day shopping centers, Guwahati offers a string of shopping experiences for adventurous lovers. You can stroll the nearby markets to have the flavour of the city that it brings to the table or go through a day at the shopping centers looking at the most recent fashion trends.

    • With silk, conventional garments, workmanship items, and probably the most delightful desserts and pickles, make a point to move places such as Fancy Bazaar, Paltan Bazaar, GS Road, and many more.

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About Bagdogra:

Bagdogra is a community in West Bengal offering beautiful perspectives on the Eastern Himalayas, which makes it a must-visit destination. It is located at about 93 km from Darjeeling, one of the most prominent hill stations in India. It is brimming with lavish green tea nurseries giving the quintessential Eastern Indian flavour. Plan to get yourself everything that they offer: from the dim backwoods of the Dooars to the rich tea inclines of Darjeeling to the mountain pools of Sikkim. It is an inestimable pearl of the eastern Himalayas.

  • Places to visit: The primary spots to visit is Tiger Hill that offers spectacular sunrise/sunset view and the changing shades of mountains when the beams fall on them. Batasia Loop, War Memorial, Japanese Peace Pagoda, Dhirdham Temple, and Chowrasta are few other spots to explore when in this city. Bagdogra is additionally renowned for antiquated religious communities, tranquil temples, and delightful houses of worship.
  • Best time to visit Bagdogra: The best time to visit the mesmerising city of Bagdogra is from November to February as one can observe the soothing mist in the air.
  • Places to eat: Eateries in Bagdogra commonly take into account voyagers who for the most part originate from West Bengal and some from different pieces of India and abroad nations. So fine-dining, multi-cuisine restaurants and cafés have come up in the slopes which take into account the prevalent requests of touristy requirements. In any case, you can add an incredible measurement to your excursion to Bagdogra by exploring the food here and evaluating some of them. They are quite extraordinary and not the same as what we are accustomed to having. You will love them all.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Where can I get good offers on flights for Bagdogra-Guwahati route?

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What is the name and code for Guwahati airport?

Guwahati Airport is otherwise called Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi worldwide air terminal and in the past as Borjhar Airport, is the air terminal of Guwahati, Assam, India. The air terminal is overseen by Airports Authority of India and furthermore fills in as Indian Air Force base. The airport code is GAU.

When is the earliest and last flight from Bagdogra-Guwahati?

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Do I have to pay for my meals if I book an IndiGo Bagdogra-Guwahati flight?

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What is the refund policy for my flight cancellation?

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How far is Guwahati airport from the city?

The distance between the Guwahati City and Guwahati Airport is not too much. It takes about 25 minutes from Guwahati City to reach Guwahati Airport. It is location about a distance of 21km.

What is the best time to visit Guwahati?

Guwahati is an excellent destination and has various charms in each season. From October to March is the best time to enjoy a vacation in Assam. The climate is wonderful with the lowest temperature scarcely arriving at five degrees Celsius.

What are the modes of transport available at Bagdogra airport?

There is an option of taking pre-paid taxis at Bagdogra Airport. These can be taken from the arrival area near the exit gate. You can also get several taxis from here to travel to places around such as Sikkim, Darjeeling, Dooars and so on.

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