The captivating land of Assam is spread over the fertile expanse of Brahmaputra River. The landscape of Assam shows of its brilliance during autumn through golden fields of harvested rice, patches of palm and bamboo trees scattered in between the rice fields and mountains lining the blue horizon. The beauty of the land is added by gorgeous tea estates which emerge in between the mountainous landscape of Assam.
Mountains being the dominant landscape of Assam, the state offer aesthetic hill stations. Two of the picturesque hill stations of Assam are Halflong and Umronsgshu. Tourists have the option of visiting the tea estates, which are located nearby these hill stations.
The rocky terrains of Assam open the door to a wide array of adventure sports for tourists. The hill and mountains of Assam give an opportunity to visitors for trekking and mountaineer under the supervision of apt guides. The enthralling experience of adventure sports rises by several notches once mountain biking, parasailing and hang gliding is opted for. The city of Guwahati is regarded as a hub for adventures sport as it is enveloped by delightful range of mountains that offer right altitude for adventure sports. While Karbi Hills and North Cacher hills make a retreat for trekking, Kamakhya hills offer perfect place for hang gliding.
A lift above the ground in parachute will enable tourists too sneak a peek into the thick vegetation of Assam. Within the lush greenery of Assam, some of the prosperous wildlife sanctuaries of India exist. Kaziranga national park is the land of rhinoceros and tourists can take a look at the gigantic Unicorn rhino, which is internationally famed. The Manas Tiger reserve is also at Assam and has great significance in increasing the dwindling number of tiger sin Asia. Varied flora and fauna swarm in the wildlife sanctuaries of Assam and visiting them during late evening is extremely adventurous.
The tea estated of the state has a distinguished geographical feature and invariably speaks of the creation of the art of growing tea plants from founders of Zed Buddhism. The tea festival of Assam is an attractive sight and it is celebrated during December.