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World's Largest Fresh Water Island - Majuli Jorhat Tour Package India - Package Overview

World's Largest Fresh Water Island - Majuli Jorhat Tour Package India

Majuli Jorhat Tour package from Guwahati: Overview

Majuli is world’s famous River Island in India which is situated in the upper part of the river Brahmaputra in Assam. The island is a relaxed, shimmering mat of glowing rice fields and water meadows bursting with flowers. Majuli Jorhat Tour package starts from Guwahati and cover most prominent places of Assam which are Majuli, Jorhat and Sivasagar with their famous excursion like Waterfalls, Temples, Historical places, Wildlife sanctuary and many more.  

We are bringing to you six days, and five nights Majuli Jorhat holiday package that will take you to all those well known places of Assam.

What is unique in Majuli Jorhat Tour package from Guwahati and why?

Holiday Travel India designed this most rejuvenating trip for tourist who looking out for an enjoyable way to break the monotony of day to day life. Through this tour package you will find chance to explore in India’s famous River Island, Worlds third oldest Gymkhana Club in Jorhat and Traditional culture in  Diverse land of Sivasagar. We provide good opportunity to take a ferry ride at Brahmaputra River and experience tribal lifestyle through villages of Majuli which make this package unique and memorable.

Majuli Jorhat Tour package from Guwahati: Highlights

  • Amazing historical richness at Historic Garh Ali

  • Blessed with peaceful ambience: Bilvesvar Shiva Temple

  • Magnificent view of Kakochang Waterfalls in Jorhat

  • Largest Tea center in Assam: Tocklai Tea Research Center

  • Protected area and evergreen forest in Assam: Hollongapar Gibbon wildlife Sanctuary

  • World’s Second largest River Island in India: Majuli

  • Largest man-made lake in India: Joysagar Tank

  • Third oldest golf club in the world: Gymkhana Club

World's Largest Fresh Water Island - Majuli Jorhat Tour Package India - Package Rates & Dates
Title Standard Prsice High Season
Oct-01 To Mar-31
Low Season
Apr-01 To Sep-30
NewYear/Festival Time
Dec-20 To Jan-05
5 N/6 D Standard Package
Prashanti Lodge (Majuli), Hotel Jora Palace (Jorhat), Hotel Piccolo ( Sivasagar)
Rs 18500 Rs 19300 Rs 17777 Rs 23200
5 N/6 D Deluxe Package
Dekasang Resort (Majuli), Hotel Jironi (Jorhat), Hotel Holiday Palace (Sivasagar)
Rs 23800 Rs 24000 Rs 22000 Rs 28800
World's Largest Fresh Water Island - Majuli Jorhat Tour Package India - Package Inclusion

Majuli Jorhat Tour package from Guwahati: Inclusion

  • 05 Nights accommodations on twin sharing basis

  • Breakfast and Dinner

  • Pick up and drop from Guwahati

  • 02 Night stay in Jorhat with sightseeing

  • 02 Night stay in Majuli with sightseeing

  • 01 Night stay in Sivasagar with sightseeing

  • Private Ac vehicle for 06 days

  • Parking, Toll tax and Driver hault

  • Boat cost from Jorhat to Majuli

  • Inclusive of all taxes

Majuli Jorhat Tour package from Guwahati: Exclusion

  • Personal Expense

  • Any airfare, Bus fare and Railway fare

  • Lunch

  • Gst tax

Hotels in Majuli

Standard Hotel: Prashanti Lodge: TA Rank (3.5) – Certificate of Excellence

Deluxe Hotel: Dekasang Resort: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence

Hotels in Jorhat

Standard Hotel: Hotel Jora Palace: TA Rank (4.0) - Certificate of Excellence

Deluxe Hotel: Hotel Jironi: TA Rank (3.5)- Certificate of Excellence

Hotels in Sivasagar

Standard Hotel: Hotel Piccolo: TA Rank (3.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Deluxe Hotel: Hotel Holiday Palace: TA Rank (3.5) - Certificate of Excellence

World's Largest Fresh Water Island - Majuli Jorhat Tour Package India - Package Itinerary

Arrive at Guwahati airport or railway station and proceed to Jorhat which is 305 km away from Guwahati. Enroute you may have lunch at any good restaurant, after lunch continues your journey towards Jorhat. Upon arrival checkin to hotel and rest of the day free at your leisure. In the evening you may visit nearest market for shopping and overnight stay with dinner at Jorhat hotel

Meals: Dinner

Lunch: Served at any enroute restaurant

After breakfast start your day in Jorhat which is famous as Asia’s famous Golf course destination. Visit Historic Garh Ali, Bilvesvar Shiva Temple, Tocklai Tea Research Center and Gymkhana club famous club provides Golf Courses, billiards, polo, and tennis grass courts. After sightseeing visit nearest restaurant for lunch and enjoy taste of Jorhat cuisines. Later visit some more famous excursion which makes your day enjoyable which includes Hollongapar Gibbon wildlife Sanctuary Enjoy your half day at sanctuary by involving in wildlife environment. By the evening return to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Jorghat Hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest restaurant

After breakfast you will visit Nimati Ghat to board a boat for Majuli, It is a once in a life time experience. One has to cross the river Brahmaputra to reach Majuli. Upon arrival you have time to visit explore Monasteries and satars of Majuli, later you may have lunch at any food zone in village. In the evening you have freedom to go for evening walk into market of these villages. Overnight stay with dinner at Majuli resorts.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any food zone of villages

After breakfast you will be taken to Majuli, the largest river island in the world amidst the mighty river Brahmaputra. Majuli is a cultural centre of the Vaisnavite sector of Hinduism of the great Assamese socio-religious reformer Sankardeva. Enjoy your full day at Island. By the evening, enjoy ferry ride at Majuli Island. After that you will come back to hotel/ Resort

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest Restaurant to island

After breakfast you will drive to Sivasagar which is known as the ocean of Lord Shiva, famous for historical monuments and Ahom Palaces. Upon arrival visit some famous and most awaited places of Sibasagar which includes Shivadol, Joysagar Tank, Temples and Charaideo. After that you may have lunch at any nearest restaurant, later you will drive towards Kareng Ghar & Talatal Ghar. By the evening you will return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Sivasagar hotel.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest Restaurant

After breakfast check out from hotel and drive towards Guwahati which is 365 km away from Sivasagar. Before reach Guwahati you may stop for lunch at any enroute restaurant. Upon arrival you will drop to Guwahati airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour gets end with lots of memory

Meals: Breakfast

World's Largest Fresh Water Island - Majuli Jorhat Tour Package India - Package Other Details

Places to visit in Majuli

Kamalabari Satra: One of the other famous sites of the island, Kamalabari Satra, this religious site too houses significant articles related to art, culture, literature and classical studies. The finest boats on the island are made here. Its branch, Uttar Kamalabari Satra, has showcased the Satria Art in several states of India and abroad.

Dakhinpat Satra: Dakhinpat Satra is a well-known Xatra  on Majuli island in the Brahmaputra River, in the Indian state of Assam established by Vamshigopal disciple Satradhikar Sri Vanamalidev in 1584. He was honoured and treated with much respect by the reigning Ahom monarch Jayadhvaj Singh who made liberal gifts to the Xatra.  This ancient educational centre is visited by thousand of devotees all throughout the year. Rasotsava, a prime festival of Assam, is celebrated with great enthusiasm and passion here.

Garmur: Garmur Satra village is located in Majuli Tehsil of Jorhat district in Assam, India. It is situated 23km away from district headquarter Majuli. Majuli is the sub-district headquarters of Garmur Satra village. Garmur is considered as a holy place which preserves ancient artifacts and articles, Bortop being the most prominent among these.

Tengapania: The temple is located near the river Brahmaputra and is known to be a very popular picnic spot. The area is green and on a sunny day, it is the perfect place to hang out near the water and take in the serenity of the golden building. 

Places to visit in Sivasagar/ Sivasagar historical places

Shivadol:  Shivadol or ShivaTemple is situated on the banks of Sivasagar Lake of Sivasagar. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Shivadol was built in 1734 by Bar Raja Ambika, queen of Ahom King Swargadeo Siba Singha. It is the tallest Shiva temple in India with a height of about 32 m and base perimeter of 59 m. . It is caped seven feet high large Golden Dome, called 'Kolosi', on the topmost part of the dole. The walls of the temple are sculptured with statues of numerous Hindu Gods and Goddesses.

Joysagar Tank: A man-made tank excavated by Ahom king Swargadeo Rudra Singha in memory of his mother Joymoti at Rangpur. Historical records reveal that the tank was constructed in 45 days at Rangpur in 1697. It is the largest man-made lake in India and stands on the area of 318 acres half of which is under water. The octagonal Garbagriha or sanctum sanctorum of the temple forms its main component. Two small temples behind the main one dedicated to Surya and Ganesha are also visited by pilgrims in huge numbers the tank and temples, built in the year 1697, within just 45 days, cover a total area of approximately 318 acres.

Charaideo: Charaideo was the first capital of the Ahom kingdom established by the first Ahom king Chao Lung Siu-Ka-Pha in 1228. The main attraction of Charaideo is its vaults of the king and members of the Ahom dynasty. These vaults built of stones and bricks, are in ruins today.

Kareng Ghar: Kareng Ghar also known as The Garhgaon Palace, is located in Garhgaon, 15 kilometres in Upper Assam, India. The entrance of the Rang Ghar has two beautiful stone-carved crocodile structures on either sides, whereas, the roof of the main structure is like a boat, kept upside down.

Places to visit in Jorhat

Nimati Ghat: One of the most important ports of the state, the Nimati ghat serves as a link for ferry boats that operate from the river port to the Majuli Island, Kamalabari and Auniati. The ghat also serves as a link for ferry boats that operate from the river port to the Majuli Island, Kamalabari and Auniati.

Tocklai Tea Research Centre: Tocklai Tea Research Centre is amongst the world’s largest as well as oldest tea research stations.  . The eight research departments of the centre are soil, plant production, agricultural economics, botany, agronomy, biochemistry, engineering and manufacturing, statistics and tea tasting.

Kakochang Waterfalls: Kakochang Waterfalls offers magnificent view. Situated 13 kms from Jorhat’s Bokakhat, the breathtaking waterfall attracts tourists in great numbers. The landscapes of lush green tea plantations are spectacular when viewed from here.

Gymkhana Club: Gymkhana Club, which ranks amongst the oldest clubs in India, is located 4 km from Jorhat. It is also the third oldest golf club in the world, which is still in use. Gymkhana Club served a venue for conducting horse races. For about half a century, Indians were not allowed to gain access into the club. The lush green golf course hopes to achieve a spot in the list of World Heritage Sites being the oldest golf course in the whole of Asia.

Historic Garh Ali: Garh Ali stretches from Seoni Ali and goes up-to the Naga Hills. A beautiful temple within its premises is another of its attractions.  It is also referred to as the Bibuddhi Ghar, owing to the confusing pathway.

How to Reach Guwahati

By Flight: Guwahati has Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport at Borjhar, about 20 km west of the center of the city. There are direct flights to Guwahati from Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chennai, Ahmedabad and other major cities in India by different airlines. Druk Air connects Guwahati internationally airport to Bangkok and Paro twice a week.

By Train: Guwahati falls under the Northeast Frontier Railway zone of the Indian Railways. Guwahati Junction which is the major station of Guwahati is the headquarters of the zone. Two other stations are Kamakhya Junction and New Guwahati (for freight services) located towards west and east from Guwahati respectively. Kamakhya Junction is the second largest station of the city. Guwahati is well connected by express trains to major cities like New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Jaipur, Trivandrum, Ranchi, Patna, Kollam, Puri, Jammu etc

By Bus: Guwahati connects with the states Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal with National Highway 31. National Highway 37 from Goalpara in Assam to Dimapur in Nagaland traverses the entire length of Assam and connects Guwahati with almost all the major cities of Assam including the cities of Jorhat, Dibrugarh and Bongaigaon. Citizens from Myannmar can come in through the border post of Tamu-Moreh and take a connecting flight from Imphal to the city. There are also regular Bus services from Imphal to the city. Similarly, citizens can come from Bhutan and Bangladesh through Border Posts and take the Bus Services to the city.

Best time to visit Majuli Island

Best time to visit Majuli Island in the month of October to March because climate remains pleasant and most of the festivals and drama performances are organized during this period.

Majuli island tour

Majuli, the largest freshwater river island of South Asia is on the Brahmaputra River, in the Indian state of Assam. Majuli has a very rich cultural heritage and has been the abode of Assamese Vaishnavaite culture.  Majuli being the cultural capital and the cradle of Assamese civilization, it is declared as World heritage site of cultural landscape.  

In Majuli Tour package you will enjoy ferry ride on Island and explore other Tribal villages of Majuli which includes Dakhinpat Satra, Garamurh Satra, Auniati Satra, Kamalabari Satra and Bengenaati Satra. Package starts from Guwahati by Ferry OR Car depends upon your choice and cover given villages of Majuli.

Assam Culture

The culture of Assam is traditionally a hybrid one, developed due to cultural assimilation of different ethno-cultural groups under various politico-economic systems in different periods of history. The term can also be used to describe the indigenous or long-settled inhabitants of this northeastern state. The language of the native people of Assam is called Assamese. The state has the largest number of tribes within their variety in tradition, culture, dresses, and exotic way of life.

Indian Islands

Island is a word which brings much enjoyment in your life, island is for water sports, beach parties and meeting new people. For some it is the dream place for lazy days, hanging hammocks and a nice book. There are many islands in India that might disappoint you, there are a few which will actually never fail to give you a relaxing and refreshing vacation

But there is only one Island in the North east of India which is most popular river Island in the world which is mention below.

Majuli Island - one of the biggest river islands in the world

Majuli Island is the one of the biggest river islands in the world and subsequently in India. The most unique of all the islands in India, this place is famous for its breath-taking sunrises and stunning sunsets. The island is culturally and spiritually significant and has been proposed as a World Heritage site. While the government has been trying to control erosion through different structural measures and crores of money, much of it is temporary and the people continue living in limbo as huge chunks of earth continue to fall into the river.

guwahati to jorhat flight

There are number of Flight are available to reach Jorhat from Guwahati, there are some details in given below.

Jet Airways 9W-7048 Dep 12:45  Arrival 13:35

Jet Airways 9W-7049 Dep 14:15 Arrival 15:05

Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary

 Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary is situated 15 km from Jorhat. Spread across 1915 hectares of land, Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary was declared the status in 1997. A national park known for some of the best opportunities for the photography of primates, Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary has unique floral diversity consisting of Assam plains alluvial semi-evergreen forests with pockets of wet evergreen covering a compact area of only 20.98 sq km. A variety of evergreen shrubs and herbs make up the lower canopy and ground layers.              

There are Mammals, Reptiles and birds are found in large quantity.

Mammals: Elephant, Leopard, Tiger, Pangolin, Assamese macaque, Pig tailed macaque, Rhesus macaque, Stump tailed macaque, Capped langur, Slow loris, Jungle cat, Indian civet, Giant squirrel, Barking deer, Sambar, Wild pig, Squirrels.

Reptiles: Indian Python, Common Monitor Lizard, Indian Tent Turtle, Indian Cobra.

Birds: Indian Pied Horn Bill, Osprey, Hill Myna, Kalij pheasant etc.