The land of Assam shares its deepest roots with the river Brahmaputra, which overpowers the landscape and has shaped the culture, economy, and environment of the state.
“So far as I am able to judge, nothing has been left undone, either by man or nature, to make India the most extraordinary country that the sun visits on his rounds. Nothing seems to have been forgotten, nothing overlooked” - Mark Twain
Strewn between rivers and meandering backwaters, Kerala offers nature on a platter.
The beaches of Kovalam, the blue Lagoons at Vembanad lake, the hill stations of Ponmudi and Munnar, the backwaters of Alleppey, the simple yet hippie city life at Kochi, the greenland
Assam: the stunning land of lush-green tea plantations and one of the most beautiful states in India! The land of Assam shares its deepest roots with the river Brahmaputra, which overpowers the landscape and has shaped the culture, economy, and environment of the state. Assam is also home to
The legacy of Assamese cuisine is no laughing matter. Numbering amongst one of the most flavourful and healthy cuisines offered by India, Assamese cuisine is rich in taste, variety, and stories told between generations. Developed around the Assamese staples, rice and fish, you’ll find a cuisine prolific in various meats, green vegetables, and plenty of local spices.
India’s Tea Trail is fast gaining a very wide audience across the world. People from around the globe travel to India and many have enjoyed the beautiful and luscious green tea gardens of the country. At Adventure Resorts and Cruises, we’ve gathered a good amount of experience taking people through the Tea Trail that runs through Assam, West Bengal in the East and through Kerala in the South. Take a look at what you can expect!