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Honeymoon in Guwahati

Planning for an offbeat honeymoon vacation! Visit the beautiful city of Guwahati to enjoy a honeymoon filled with the bliss of romance, excitement, spirituality and tranquility. Yes. Known in past as ‘Pragiyotishpura’ which means ‘the light of east’, Guwahati is rooted deep and down in our history and culture. Interestingly related to both great epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata, the city of Guwahati is in possession of an opulent heritage to display. Leading way to nearby scintillating places of magical land of North-East India, Guwahati offers an incredible honeymoon travel deal. Nestled in the scenic mountains in the eastern foothills of Himalaya, city of Guwahati is studded with natural splendors of succulent greenery, rugged mountain ranges, lakes, ponds, tea gardens and the holy river Brahmaputra. With its beauty, zeal, spirituality and commercial buzz; the city will give a honeymooning experience you will never get over cherishing memories of. For honeymooners looking for an ecstatic honeymoon full of romance and fun, Guwahati-Northeast honeymoon trip is a must to go for deal, where you can get ample of time for each other relaxing, enjoying honeymooning ideas that are exciting, soulful and adventurous, yet cheap on pocket. Little less crowded and less commercialized than other leading honeymooning destinations, Guwahati is a fabulous deal to must to go for.

Honeymoon Attractions in Guwahati


The incredible list of honeymooning attractions includes:
Along with sightseeing, other activities to delight with, on your Guwahati honeymoon trip would be:
Best nearby honeymoon places to visit during Guwahati trip includes:

Honeymoon Hotels to Stay in Guwahati


Top hotels and resorts to stay in for your honeymoon in Guwahati, are:

Best Time to Visit Guwahati

Cool months of October, November, December, January, February and March offers the best time to travel around and in the city and enjoy long hours of day time outdoor activities. During these months many festivals are also celebrated here and also this is the best time to visit nearby places like Shillong, Kaziranga National Park, etc.

How to Reach to Guwahati

Being the state capital of Assam and gateway to the wonderland of North-East, Guwahati is well provided with infrastructural developments is directly accessible by all modes of transportation.

Air: Guwahati airport is well connected by flights from all major cities of North-East and other parts of the country like Delhi, Kolkata, Agartala, Imphal, etc.

Rail: Guwahati railway station is a major terminal in the North-East railway gauge and can be directly reached from major cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Dhanbad, Patna, etc.

Road: Road connectivity to Guwahati is very good and there are various luxury buses plying between Guwahati and other cities like Darjeeling, Siliguri and north-east cities like Agartala, Itanagar, Silchar, Tezpur, etc.

What Things to Carry to Guwahati

Weather of Guwahati is very pleasant but rain showers are quite unpredictable, so do carry an umbrella with you. If you planning your trip in summer season you can take cool and comfortable clothes of your choice, but it’s advisable to keep a light shawl or a windcheater with you. But if you are visiting there in winter have proper woolens with you. Do not forget to keep your sunglasses, skin protection and important medicines. And your camera must be always ready to capture the beauty around and your rejoice. Last but not the least keep your luggage as light as possible, do not marry much cash with you and keep an extra camera battery with you.

Before How Many Days the Booking Must be Done

Guwahati is a state capital and a major commercial hub of North-East, so if you are planning your honeymoon this way it is advisable for you to get your honeymoon travel deal finalized and booked as soon as possible. It will be better if you get it done along with other marriage preparation around 1.5 months before your marriage.

Last updated : January 22, 2016