The Northeast Indian state of Assam is located in south of the Eastern Himalayas and a part of the majestic land of Seven Sister’s States. The state shares international boundaries with Bhutan in north and Bangladesh in south. Assam is famous for its tea and silk plantation and comprises two World Heritage Sites –the national parks of Manas and Kaziranga. It is said that the name of Assam came from the ‘Ahom Dynasty’. In the classical period up to 12th century, Assam was known as Kamarupa and alternatively Pragjyotisha.
The evergreen land of Assam offers enormous opportunity to experience the wildlife very close. Trekkers from throughout the globe visits this place again and again because observing the wild animals like leopard, one-horned rhino etc, birds, reptiles, plants and trees are easier in places like Assam. On a trekking trip here, you should visit exquisite locations like Jorhat, Dibrugarh, Digboi, Shilling, Dipor Bill, Guwahati, Agnigarh Hills, Shilchar, Majuli Island and so on.