India’s tea plantations, especially in Assam have gained immense popularity worldwide. Every year, lots of tourists from around the world, travel to Guwahati for learning in depth about tea plantation and tasting different tea. If tasting various kinds of tea is what you like the most, then travelling to famous tea plantation regions of India i.e. Assam is what you need. At Tour My India, we offer 6 nights and 7 days Tea Tasting Tour that will take you to some of the world famous tea producing areas of Assam state of India. By becoming a part of our this tour, you can walk around the tea estates, talk to the planters, learn the complex tea plantation process, taste some refreshing tea and take some picture perfect shots right in the middle of tea gardens. In addition, you can also get a chance to explore the other major attractions of the state like Balipara, Nameri National Park, archaeological site of Tezpur and much more.

Brimming with surreal beauty of nature, northeast Indian states draw nature lovers from all over the blue planet to relish its innate beauty in the midst of fascinating tranquility. The imposing peaks, lush green forests, glinting water bodies and much more pave a way for a trip that remains etched in the minds of tourists forever. This region of India also calls wildlife lovers to spot the stunning flora and fauna species present in its copious verdant protected areas.

Kamakhya Devi Temple

One of the most famous religious sites in Guwahati is the Kamakhya Temple, which is dedicated to Goddess Kamakhya. It is said to be one of the oldest Shakti Pithas and is located on the western part of the city. The temple encompasses ten Mahavidyas and carries high importance. The shrine has undergone a lot of renovations and is maintained nicely by the authorities. It has four Garbagrihas and three mandapas, and its walls are adorned with several sculptures. There is no idol of the Goddess inside the temple rather an image of the yoni of the deity is being worshipped here. The pilgrims who visit the temple have to queue up at the entrance gate and then they enter the dark sanctum to offer their prayers to the Goddess. Kamakhya Devi is well known as the bleeding Goddess as it is said that womb of the deity had been installed in this temple. An amazing view of the Nilachal hills and the surrounding spiritual atmosphere of the temple imparts peace to one’s soul and mind. The temple appears very beautiful during the evening aarti.