Honeymoon in Guwahati

Guwahati, the tea estate and capital of Assam, is a home to rich pastoral beauty that spread across a wide area. Nestled in aromatic tea gardens, with excellent national parks and scintillating flows of Brahmaputra River, Guwahati is an admirable honeymoon destination that would enable the couple to come close with nature and give way to a lovely start. A walk through tea gardens or watching the sun set at the riverside are the celebrated activities for honeymoon couples to take complete pleasure of their heavenly trip. Besides being a popular hill station, Guwahati is also a well known industrial town that provides ample opportunities for people to explore numerous business opportunities. Another factor, which makes this town likeable, is that every part of north eastern region is accessible from here. Some of the popular sightseeing options and activities in Guwahati are:

Kamakhya Temple: Located on Nilachal hill at a distance of about 8 kms from Guwahati, it is an important temple of Goddess Kali. It is the ideal place to enjoy typical Assamese style in architecture and is known to be the place where one of the pieces of goddess Kali fell on Earth. The splendid Brahmaputra and the city can be checked out from a bird's view by taking a walk slightly further up the hill.

Kamakhya Temple

Assam State Zoo: This zoo is situated at a distance of 5 kms from railway station and houses numerous species of tigers, swamp tapirs, horned rhinos, leopards and different species of exotic birds. Since, it is open daily; the couples can feast their eyes with some of the striking wildlife.

Navagraha Temple: It is the most popular cluster of temples in Guwahati that has a temple dedicated to each astrological planet. In every temple, the couple can take blessings of Lord Shiva as they have shivlings with different colored garments representing nine planets. Its construction dates back to 1751, which stands proudly on the top of Chitrasal hill.

Navagraha Temple

Guwahati Planetarium: The Guwahati Planetarium, situated on MG Road is a genuine attempt to uplift the scientifically inclined minds and offer them a glance of the treasure trove gathered over centuries by the individual explorers. Along with the normal Sky watching sessions carried out by the experts at the planetarium, exceptional shows projected on a dome shaped overhead screen would definitely leave the honeymooners stunned. The couples can take a look at the stars and enjoy a glittering experience.

Assam State Museum: It is located near Dighalipukhuri tank and is extremely popular for the anthology of antiques dating back to prehistoric times. The assortment boasts of some of the most genuine prehistoric sculptures, ivory paintings, metal, woodwork and costumes. Through this sight, the honeymoon couples will be able to travel back to the prehistoric times and glance over its specialties.

Assam State Museum
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