: Assam, in the north east of India.
: November every year. (may change).
: Jorhat in Assam, India.
This festival in eastern Assam derives its name from the lofty Patkai range and the playful Dehing river. It is a heady cocktail of ethnic fairs, golfing, tea heritage tours, adventures sports, wildlife excursion and down-mwmory-lane trips to World War II cemeteries and the Stilwell Road, once the passage to the golden land of Myanmar. It is organized in the month of January every year.
This unique festival is celebrated every year in Jorhat. The festival is all about tea, music and merriment. You are served with various flavours of tea just under the same roof. Assam is the largest producer of Tea.
The Tea Festival Offers
The Tea Festival is a harmonious blend of business and pleasure. You have the opportunity to meet the warm hearted people of Assam and relish Assam's beauty and cultural diversity. Assam is there to welcome you to the world of entertainment with traditional hospitality, jungle safaris, tea garden visits, golf, local cuisine, shopping, angling, rafting in turbulent rivers and cultural extravaganza.
Journey to the Tea Festival of Assam
Air : Jorhat is well connected by air, with daily flights from Guwahati, and four flights a week from Calcutta.
Rail : The nearest railhead is Jorhat. Public Transport (by luxury bus) is cheap and comfortable.
Road : From Guwahati, Jorhat is a seven-hour bus ride. Buses leave early mornings and at nights.
Staying in Jorhat Jorhat posses well defined accommodation designed for the every tourists coming to Jorhat in Assam. The accommodation are comfortably made with proper facilities.