In North India, there is severe heat in the months of May-June, due to which people move towards the mountains to get relief from it, but the option of hill stations does not only include Himachal and Uttarakhand, but there are many other places in India where you can plan to go in summer. One of which is Assam.

Some people find peace in the mountains, some are beach lovers, some are interested in wildlife, and some are just fond of seeing beautiful sights. There are options for every kind of traveler in India, but if you are looking for a place where all these options are available together, then Assam is the best. If you are planning to travel somewhere with family in summer vacation, then you can include Assam in your list. Let’s know about which places are worth visiting here.


Haflong is the only hill station in Assam which is extremely beautiful. This hill station has also been given the name Switzerland of the East. The lush green mountains in Haflong add to the beauty of this hill station. Along with mountains and dense forests, waterfalls can also be seen here. You can also enjoy hiking in Haflong. 

Barak Valley Tea Estate

When you come to Assam, do not miss the opportunity to enjoy drinking tea and seeing the tea gardens. After reaching the tea gardens, the fragrance and beauty of this place will surround you in such a way that you will not feel like leaving it. Barak Valley of Assam presents a similar view. Barak Valley is located in southern Assam. There is also a lake here, Dolu Lake. There is a different pleasure in sitting here peacefully and spending time there. 

Umananda Island

Umananda Island is located on the Brahmaputra River in Assam. You can reach Umananda by taking a ferry from Guwahati. Umananda Island of Assam is the world’s smallest inhabited river island. This island is also known for the Shiva temple built in the 17th century. It is worth coming to Assam and seeing this island. 

Manas National Park

Manas National Park can be called the biggest tourist attraction of Assam. It is also included in the list of UNESCO Natural World Heritage Sites. Apart from this, Manas National Park has also been declared a Project Tiger Reserve, Biosphere Reserve and Elephant Reserve. Manas National Park is located in the foothills of the Himalayas. You can see many wild animals in this national park.