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Assam

Positive Life after tlow #1 – Neha Khot

Neha has travelled with tlow six times. Now tlow has become her family and she just tells the dates for the trip and everything is sorted. Curious to know the reason why she has chosen tlow so much and what does a tlow trip mean for her? Which was your first trip with tlow? – […]

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Guwahati to Shillong: The journey

Guwahati is known as the Gateway to the North East. The city is known for its markets, food, people, temples and many more things. Guwahati, the capital city of the northeastern state of Assam, was formerly known as Pragjyotishpur (the City of Eastern Light). Its etymological root is derived from two Assamese words, “Guwa,” meaning […]

Humans of Wanderlust #16: Prahan Ghosh – Kaziranga

Prahan Chandra Ghosh is 57 years old and has served for 23 years in Assam tourism. Belonging to the Kohora village in Kaziranga, he studied a course in tourism and got placed in Guwahati, Assam. He didn’t like the city because he mentions it’s too fast and brutal for people like him. “Every farm kid, […]

Humans of Wanderlust #15: Dipankar Bhagwati, Majuli

Dipankar Bhagwati is from Guwahati, Assam but due to his wife’s profession, he shifted to Majuli. He is 42 years old and handles a homestay on his own in the village. His wife helps in the evening. The couple is really hardworking and humble. Dipankar and his wife have a bigger family in Guwahati. Due […]

Assam

10 Fun facts about Majuli, Assam

Majuli,  the largest freshwater island in the world, is located in the middle of the mighty Brahmaputra River just 20 km away from the cultural capital of Assam – Jorhat. Now, the entire island has been declared a district. Majuli This island district can be reached only by ferries from towns like Jorhat. It is […]

What I learnt while backpacking across Assam

Assam being the entry point to North East India, it was by default the first place that I travelled to while visiting this part of India. This was way back in August 2014, I was 23 back then and still pretty raw, on my first outing to the North East. I remember landing at Guwahati […]

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10 Awesome tlow trips ideal for your anniversary

With the boom in travel over the last few years we a tlow have modified a few of our trips to help make your holiday a lot more enriching. Here are 10 of them: 1. Bhandardara camping This might sound rather odd but yes, our campsite at Bhandardara is an ideal place for those on […]

One horned rhino Kaziranga

Ten facts about Kaziranga National Park, Assam

Kaziranga National Park is a 170 square mile park located in Assam, India. The park was established in 1908 as a forest reserve. It had previously been declared the Kaziranga Proposed Reserve Forest in 1905 due to the Viceroy of India’s wife Mary Curzon’s concern about the lack of rhinos. Kaziranga was originally 90 square […]

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How safe is travel to North East India?

Safety is easily the biggest concern for any person when they decide to leave home and embark on a journey be it an official meeting or a leisure holiday. No one wants to travel or visit a place that is unsafe. Safety in the North East can be broken down into two parts – the […]

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