The Indian peninsula is, in itself, a forest of amazing places. There are still many staggering, unknown tourist attractions in the territory. If anyone can take a vow to discover the plethora of natural attractions in the country, he/she would definitely lack another lifetime. Apart from all the exciting places, we have chosen to provide our glamorous resort a very intangible feel of the great river itself and how the ambience corresponds in our visual merchandising. And we have been moved so far by the topography that even made us to be named as ‘Brahmaputra Jungle Resort’.
So, what is it so unique about the river that would drive us to name the resort after it?
Brahmaputra is the third largest river in the world, while it flows as the largest in India. It originates from the northern side of Himalayas, located in Burang County of Tibet. It flows through the ranges of Himalayas before breaking through Arunachal Pradesh and through the major parts of Assam. It finally enters Bangladesh and rests in the Bay of Bengal. Throughout its journey, it has been called with several names. With its travel through Tibet, it is called as Yarlung Tsangpo River. On the advent of flowing through Assam, it is called as Brahmaputra. Within Bangladesh, it is called as Jamuna.
The Basin of Brahmaputra River is approximately 651,300 square kilometers. It has the world’s highest suspended sediment load of about 1.84 billion tons per year. Brahmaputra also serves as a major significance to the people living near the region. Around 600,000 people live near the riverine islands. Most of them survive through agriculture and marine farming.
The flora and fauna in the region is highly unique. Its effect in downstreams, supports the growth of forests. In Assam, Sal- a valuable timber trees are found to be growing, which also produces the ‘lac’ insect, which produces resin to make ‘Shellac’. Bamboo thickets are grown throughout Assam and Bangladesh. Many Halophytic flora including Nipa palms are found in the delta region’s mangrove swamps.
But the river and its natural might is not only thing for people to experience this beauty. The surrounding regions of Brahmaputra consist of exotic tourist places to cherish.
Manas National Park:
Manas National Park is situated in Gobardhana, Assam, near the foothills of eastern Himalayas. It is a giant Savannah where the bedrock is formed of limestone and sandstone. The best time to visit the park is from November to April, when one could find more types of fauna. In the monsoon periods of June to September, the park remains closed. It accommodates Jeep safari (either the property of the park or a private jeep), Elephant safari, River rafting, Bird watching, Visit to tea plantations and so on. Manas national park is known as a world heritage site.
Kaziranga National Park:
Kaziranga National Park is one of the most diverse wildlife sanctuaries in India. It contains of the rarest species of flora and fauna. Most Notably, Kaziranga National Park is the home to one-horned Rhinos, which are extinct in the other parts of the world. It also includes Asian Elephants, Royal Bengal Tigers, Swamp deer, Fishing Eagle, White-tailed eagle etc. It accommodates the guests with Elephant Safari, Jeep safari and boat rides.
Pabitora Wildlife Sanctuary:
Pabitora is a popular sanctuary near Guwahati, where the special one-horned Rhinos are situated with their highest population density. It is running under “Indian Rhino Vision 2020”. The Haduk Hanging Bridge and Garanga Beel pond are one of the most famous and notable places to visit in the Pabitora Wildlife Sanctuary. Brahmaputra Jungle Resort is just 30km away.
Amchang Wildlife Sanctuary:
The Amchang Wildlife Sanctuary is situated on the eastern fringe of Guwahati, Assam. The sanctuary also includes rare species of birds and animals. The essential endangered species include Chinese Pangolin and Assamese Macaque.
Apart from the wildlife attractions, the region also includes various religiously prominent places, which are specialized the Hindu religion. These include the Bhuvaneshwari Temple, Vivekananda Kali Mandir, Shyam Devalay etc.
These renowned amusements are easily approachable from the Brahmaputra Jungle Resort in Guwahati. Guwahati stands as the most important region in Assam and hence it is easily accessible for the tourists to reach any place in Assam with at most convenience.
Guwahati is the entry gate to Northeast India.
The Brahmaputra Jungle Resort in Guwahati is conveniently reachable from any part of India. The significant means to reach are broke up as under;
- 40 kilometers from Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport
- 24 Kilometers from Guwahati Railway Station
- 18 Kilometers from the State Secretariat in Dispur
- 14 kilometers from Khanapara
- 7 kilometers from Jorabat
- 1 kilometer from NH 37
The resort can also be reached by radio taxi services like Uber, Ola etc.
Why should I choose the Brahmaputra Jungle Resort?
Brahmaputra Jungle Resort can be the best choice of tourists to explore and experience the splendor of Brahmaputra River, not just because it was named after it, but for the exotic and amusing features that the resort provides.
It is an easily accessible resort near Guwahati and also is placed at a central point among the various tourist places located around the region.
Without doubt, The Brahmaputra Resort is your weekend getaway. With its seductive environment, any person would love to spend their weekends in the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River. Waking up to the songs of birds would melt our hearts. The environment drives us to experience the peace of nature and our own minds.
Brahmaputra Jungle resort offers various sport activities to the customers. The diverse activities include;
- Swimming Pool
- Elephant Ride
- Water Roller
- Rock-climbing & Repelling
- Toy Train
- Dart games
- 7D Virtual Reality Game
- Children’s Park
We provide you the most interesting features related to your sport interests. This will include a large variety of sports with affordable costs.
Destination for special functions:
The Brahmaputra Resort can be your best choice for conducting significant and attractive functions. This can be your dream wedding destination. Modern weddings and traditional weddings can be conducted with the charming background of lake and forests.
Other than wedding, the resort can also be your ideal place of Honeymoon destination. To step into the adorable region of mighty Brahmaputra river with your dear ones will only add more beauty to your life.
The restaurant in Brahmaputra Jungle Resort is one of the most important and highlighted feature in the resort. The multi-cuisine restaurants serve mouth-watering dishes cooked with utmost care and hygiene. Guests have the option of enjoying drinks & meals in the pool-side beautiful spaces, or by the swimming pool side, or on the top of the hill with fantastic view.
The resort also comprises of a bar, with a wide variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and Cocktails and Mocktails.
The resort also stands as a great picnic spot in Sonapur. With its lush green atmosphere, a mini lake and attractive amenities, the resort is an easy getaway into the hands of nature. The thrilling activities are added attractions.
In this time of COVID pandemic, people need to be extra careful about their physical safety. We, in Brahmaputra Jungle Resort, follow the safety guidelines given by the government and additionally, we have also provided various personal safety measures to the visitors. Hand sanitizing facility is placed at various points. Face masks have been made mandatory for all staffs and customers. All linens are sanitized in high temperature wash. Staffs that show symptoms are made to stay at home with paid salaries. High traffic areas are regularly sanitized.
Taking a break from routine lives and experiencing the purity of nature can purify our hearts and souls. For that purpose, the banks of Brahmaputra River can be considered the abode of nature. To facilitate the people who visit Brahmaputra and to uphold the greatness of the place, Brahmaputra Jungle Resort is situated to accommodate and serve the valuable tourists. Guwahati is a gateway to the greatness of North East India and the Brahmaputra Jungle resort is pathway to such greatness of nature.