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North East India Tourism & Travel Information


Tezpur is a captivating town, 190 kms North East of Guwahati, with its superb scenic wealth and ancient monuments. Tezpur is a municipal board and the district headquarters of Sonitpur district of Assam in North East India. Tezpur is a ancient city on the right banks of the River Brahmaputra, it has a lake within the town which is a major attraction.

Tezpur is often called as the Cultural Capital of Assam. Many historical ruins are available till date. Tezpur is also a major tea and tourist centre of Assam.

To Reach

By AIR: Regular flight service is available to Kolkata from Tezpur Airport

By Road: Tezpur is well connected by Bus with different parts of Assam. A good number of buses plying between Tezpur and Siliguri, Guwahati, Itanagar, Bomdila, Sibsagar etc.

By Train: Tezpur does not have extensive rail connectivity and it is connected only to Rangiya and Rangapara stations. However trains are not frequent and this may not be feasible. The most suitable option is to take a train to the city of Guwahati

To See

  • Agnigarh Fort
  • Bamuni Hollows
  • Hazara Tank
  • Da-Parbatia Ruins
  • Cole Park
  • Mahabhairab Temple
  • Tea gardens surrounding the city
  • Nameri National Park (35 kms from Tezpur)
  • Orang (Rajeev Gandhi) Wildlife Sanctuary (31 kms from Tezpur)
  • Bhalukpong (60 kms from Tezpur)
Agnigarh Hill
Agnigarh Hill Agnigarh is a hillock located in Tezpur in the North East Indian state of Assam. It is the site of the fortress which was built by Banasura to keep his daughter Usha in isolation. Legend has it that this fortress was surrounded by...
Bamuni Hill
Bamuni Hill Located near Tezpur town in the North East Indian state of Assam, the sculptural ruins of the Bamuni Hills dates back to the 9th and 10th centuries. It is famous for their excellent creative refinement and artistic beauty....
Mahabhairab Temple
Mahabhairab Temple The Mahabhairab Temple is situated on a small hill top in the northern part of Tezpur city in the Indian State of Assam. It houses one of the largest Shiva lingams in the entire world. The history of this temple, which is visited by...
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Kaziranga NP

Kaziranga NP

Kaziranga National Park is a Oldest and the most famous sanctuary in Assam bounded by the Brahmaputra river and the Mikir hills in the Golaghat...



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