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For travelling from Kolkata to Jorhat, IndiGo offers you the lowest fare flights and comfortable travel experience. Jorhat, known as Assam's cultural capital and world's tea capital, happens to be one of the fastest developing towns. The place is going to leave you awestruck by its greenery and serenity. And, for a relaxing journey post that, you can return Jorhat to Kolkata by IndiGo non-stop flight.
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Jorhat is a tourist attraction for history buffs and explorers seeking a flavour of heritage. Book your Kolkata to Jorhat flight and delve into the archaic city’s beauty!
Cruise ride on the Brahmaputra to Majuli Island
Visit tea research centre
Enjoy the Pleasant view of Molai forest and Gibbon wildlife sanctuary
Treat yourself with spicy momos, Vada Pav, Raj Kachori
Visit the man-made lake Rajmao Pukhuri
For exploring nature: Kakochang Waterfalls, Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary, Majuli Island, Tea estate tours
To experience the celestials: Jorhat Science centre and Planetarium
Places of worship: Bilvesvar Temple, Burigosain Delay
Jorhat Market: traditional Mekhela chadors
Garh Ali: Malls multiplexes and food stalls
The perfect time to travel to Jorhat is from October to March.
Cycle rickshaws and auto-rickshaws are the primary mode of transport in Jorhat. Besides that, there are inland waterways such as ferries for commuting to multiple places such as Majuli Island and several districts in Assam.
Summers (March to June) have temperatures lying between 15°C reaching up to 28°C. The occasional drizzling keeps the climate moderate.
Monsoon (July – September) Though the place looks beautiful during rainfall, this is not a very tourist-friendly season due to issues such as waterlogging.
Winters are pleasant (October – February) with temperature ranging between 7°C to 18°C, this is the most pleasant time to visit Jorhat
One of the most vibrant cities of India is a must-visit for its historic significance, colourful markets, mouth-watering food, extraordinary architecture and plenty of other reasons. The city which was the capital of India during British Raj continues to be the literary capital of the nation and as of 2019 six, Nobel Laureates are associated with Kolkata.
Enhance your knowledge: Visit the eco-friendly science centre, state archaeological gallery, Indian museum, Victoria memorial palace
Experience the old-world charm: Embrace the architecture of historic churches, synagogues, temples, old mansions, and colonial buildings.
Please your taste buds: Indulge in the unmatchable culinary tradition
Shop your heart out: Craft items, books, traditional sarees, Kurtis, are just a few items among many that will be worth a spend to make your visit memorable for years.
Feel the festivals: Park street during Christmas, Shantiniketan during Holi and entire city during Durga Puja has a vibe you cannot witness anywhere else.
Howrah Bridge and Princep Ghat
Dakshineswar and Kalighat temple, St. Paul's Cathedral, Birla temple, Victoria memorial palace, Marble Palace mansion
New Market located in Lindsay street for a variety of products extending from shoes to flowers
Gariahat Market and Hatibagan Market for traditional sarees (silk and cotton) and handicrafts
College street is the largest book market in India.
October to February is the best time to visit Kolkata because of the friendly weather and the festivals.
Besides buses, metro and taxis, this is one of the rare cities where ferry rides are commonly taken by tourists as well as residents to commute to short distances. Also, this is the only city having trams as a mode of transport. They run from 4 am to 11 pm and circle the prominent areas of the city at nominal rates.
Summers (April and May) are extremely hot and humid. Monsoons start from July and last up to September. Winter (October to March) Temperature gets as low as 11°C.
Kolkata airport also called Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport was earlier called DumDum airport.
Is there any non-stop flight from Kolkata to Jorhat?
Yes. IndiGo offers nonstop Kolkata to Jorhat flights. Visit goIndiGo.in to know the exact number of flights.
How much time (approx.) does a non-stop IndiGo flight take to reach Jorhat from Kolkata?
The non-stop IndiGo flight travel time is approximately one hour and 30 minutes.
What is the best way to reach the airport in Kolkata?
There is public transport such as buses and metro. Also, you can take a cab. The latter is an expensive option but is more convenient if you have baggage or if you are not well-acquainted with public transport in this city.
Is public transport easily available at Jorhat airport?
There are shared autos and prepaid taxis available.
Where is the Jorhat airport located with respect to the centre of the city?
It is situated 7 Kms from the south-west of the city.
Which areas are known for shopping in Jorhat?
Jorhat market and Garh Ali are famous shopping spots in Jorhat.
Which areas are known for shopping in Kolkata?
New Market, Park Street, and Gariahat Market are famous shopping spots in Kolkata.