Kaziranga National Park
The enchanting Kaziranga National Park is the most popular destination that is located at a distance of 200 km from Guwahati. It is the star attraction for tourists for its unique animal and bird mix and authentic habitat. The park spans over an area of 450 sq km and has the blessings of river Brahmaputra throughout the stretch.
This World Heritage Site is famous for breeding and habituating the one-horned rhino. The park is also home of a rich assortment of shallow water fowls, pond herons, fishing eagles, the egrets, river terns, adjutant and the black necked storks etc. the best time to visit here is from October to April during monsoon (April to mid September).
Navgraha Hill is introduced is the most ancient temple in guwahati situated on the hilltop of the Chitrasal Hill or popularly known as Navgraha Hill (the hill of Nine Planets). It is considered with nine temples dedicated to Surya (Sun) Chandra(Moon), Chevaai/Mangal(Mars), Budhan (Mercury), Guru/Brihaspati (Jupiter), Shukra (Venus), Shani (Saturn), Rahu (Head of Demon Snake) and Ketu (Tail of Demon Snake).
The Nilachal Hill has rated number 1 amongst a group of ancient temples on the top that is situated at a distance of 7 km from Guwahati. It is a finest blend of great historical, archeological as well as religious importance. The temple of Goddess is the leading to the spread of the sect Tantrik Hinduism. It is considered that female genitalia (yoni) of dead Sati fell down while her corpse was being carried by her husband Shiva revolving the hill blue, consequently the name Neelachal (Blue Spread). Under this 10th century, the temple was reconstructed after being destroyed by Muslim rulers.