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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Precautions To Be Taken By Traveller to North East India

North East India is terror stuck. Everyday, we hear news about terrorism in the region. This has been the major cause behind the lapse of tourism in this bewitching zone.

North East is a charming zone of northern eastern part of India . It is the melting point of three major biogeographical zone of India and not visting is definitely missing something.

If you take extra precautions and security, North East India could be wandered without much fear. Only you need to follow some rules and adhere to your own safety.

 It is very important for travellers to procure a good and reputed travel agent. Travel agents would be your only guide to the region, so it is necessary that they provide genuine and latest updates of the condition prevailing.

 Once you are done with travel agents, you must see the period when you are visiting. Search for news and latest information on North East India, incase you happened to see any misconduct, it is advisable that you skip that time.
 Take a Valid Visa and Passport.
 Avoid unnecessary photography
 Get requisite medical check up done.
 Incase you find anything suspectful while travelling in North East India, it is advisable to report to the Police immidiately

Friday, March 20, 2009

Kaziranga National Park in Assam

Discover a zonal delight which make green a vivid colour, Kaziranga National Park showcases a perfect balance in all its hues and shades. Spanning over an area of 430 sq. Kms, Kaziranga National Park is one of the famous wildife sanctuaries of India. Home to one horned Rhinos, Kaziranga National Park is counted in UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

It is located on National Highway 37 that runs through the park. Kaziranga or Kohora as it is called, is at a distance of 217 km from Guwahati, 96 km from Jorhat, and 75 km from Furkating via road.

Flora of Kaziranga National Park:
Flora of the Kaziranga National Park comprise three main types namely - tropical semi-evergreen forests, tropical wet evergreen forests and alluvial grasslands. The swamps of Kaziranga National Park is dominated by grasses, forests and have an abundant cover of water lilies, water hyacinth and lotus.

Fuana of Kaziranga National Park:

The park is home of One Horned Rhinos. It also boast largest number of Swamp Deer. The one with hunting spree might also be able to find Asiatic Elephant, Wild Buffalos moving through the swamp grassland.


Safaris: You can fix a wildlife safari for your self and scroll around the greener pasrures of Kaziranga National Park. The various options available are – Jeep Safari and Elephant Safari.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Assam Tourist Attractions

Assam is one of the major cities of North East India. The word Assam has been derived from the Sanskrit word Ahom. Spanning over a territory of 78,523 square kilometers, Assam is a natural paradise to explore.

Some of the famous travel attractions of Assam are :

Kaziranga National Park :
Famous for housing the famous one horned rhinos, Kaziranga National Park is famous World Heritage Sites of Assam city. Established in 1974 , Kaziranga National Park has 42 species of fish, 9 species of amphibians, 27 species of reptiles, more than491 species of birds and 35 species of mammals.

Kamakhya Temple:
It is one of the holiest shrines of India and is regarded as one of the 51 Shakti Peethas. It is located on a hill - the Neelachala Parvat near the city of Guwahati in Assam

Manas National Park:
Spanning over an area of 391 sq km, Manas National Park is a world Heritage Sites in 1985. Manas is a home of 19 of India's most endangered animal populations.

Cole Park:
It is one of the beautiful places in Tezpur Town. The name of the park has been derived from the Mr Cole, British Deputy Commissioner

It is the largest fresh water Island in the world and is situated 20 kms towards the north of Jorhat. It tends to attract both International and Domestic Travellers.

This is an revered site for all religion. The Hayagriba Madhava Temple at Hajo is important for both Hindus and Buddhists. The temple was destroyed by Kalapahar and rebuilt in

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