About Assam & Northeast India

The Northeastern part of India, collectively called the Seven Sisters, opens up to the mainlanders through Assam, one of the sister states that’s replete with pristine natural surroundings and vibrant cultures—all of which still remain largely undiscovered.
Known widely as the home to the mighty river Brahmaputra and verdant valleys draped in tea plantations, Assam gives you a glimpse of a land that’s strongly entrenched in its glorious history, diverse traditions and plentiful adventures.

In and Around The Greenwood

Witness the world-famous one-horned rhinos and a plethora of flora and fauna at Kaziranga, Nameri and other nature preserves.

Soak in the air of historic temples and cultural sites in Guwahati, Tezpur, and Majuli.

Boat on the pristine waters of Dipor Bill or Chandubi Lake near Guwahati, both a paradise for bird watchers.

Head to the lush hills of Meghalaya, a treasure trove of adventures and breathtaking vistas.


Repose and thrill yourself with myriad adventures in the snow-capped Eastern Himalayas in Arunachal Pradesh.

Embark on a cruise on the mighty Brahmaputra and awe at Guwahati’s glittering cityscape.


Check out the festivities and tribal celebrations to get a glimpse of Assam's gastronomic and social culture.

Indulge in Tezpur’s unique past and natural hotspots that magnetize history and nature lovers alike.

Explore tea gardens of Northeast India