Majuli Tourism

Majuli, an ethereal riverine sanctuary, unveils Assam’s cultural tapestry amidst lush greenery. India’s largest river island, it captivates with its rustic charm, vibrant festivals, and the gentle flow of the Brahmaputra.

Majuli is located in the heart of the Brahmaputra River and is the world’s largest river island in Assam. This serene landscape unfolds a tapestry of vibrant traditions, cultural richness, and a unique ecosystem. Majuli, with its ancient Satras preserving Vaishnavite culture, invites travellers to witness the dance of Krishna, the rhythm of traditional Mishing villages, and the artistry of local pottery. As the river gently cradles this island, Majuli becomes a spiritual sanctuary, captivating visitors with its rustic charm, verdant expanses, and festivals that echo the soul of Assam. This sacred riverine retreat beckons those seeking tranquillity and an immersive experience into the cultural fabric of Assamese heritage.

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    Village Exploration

    Village Exploration

    Traverse the charming Mishing villages of Majuli, interacting with locals, witnessing traditional lifestyles, and immersing yourself in the vibrant community spirit, offering a glimpse into the island’s rich cultural tapestry.

    Pottery Learning

    Pottery Learning

    Engage in hands-on pottery workshops, learning the artistry of traditional Assamese pottery. Majuli’s skilled artisans guide you through the creative process, allowing you to craft your unique piece and also adds some unforgettable moments.

    Cultural Performances

    Cultural Performances

    Attend mesmerizing cultural performances, particularly Sattriya dance, held in the ancient Satras. Immerse yourself in the rhythmic expressions and spiritual narratives, experiencing the essence of Majuli’s rich cultural heritage that make a special place in your heart.



    (April to June)

    Experience pleasant weather with temperatures ranging from 20°C to 30°C. Ideal for cultural exploration and outdoor activities as Majuli showcases its vibrant festivals and lush landscapes during this season.


    (July to September)

    While the island transforms into a lush green paradise, heavy rainfall may impede outdoor activities. The monsoon, though beautiful, may limit travel plans due to occasional flooding.


    (October to March)

    Embrace the cool, crisp climate with temperatures ranging from 8°C to 25°C. Winter is perfect for exploring Majuli’s cultural heritage, wildlife, and serene landscapes, offering a delightful and comfortable travel experience.


    Majuli is well-connected with major destinations of India through air, rail, and road.

    The most convenient way to reach Majuli is via Jorhat Airport. Upon landing, hire a cab to Nimati Ghat, the primary ferry point for Majuli. The air journey provides a seamless entry into Assam, setting the stage for an enchanting riverine adventure.
    For rail travelers, Jorhat Railway Station serves as the gateway to Majuli. Post-arrival, embark on a scenic cab journey to Nimati Ghat. The train ride unfolds captivating landscapes, introducing you to the diverse beauty of Assam before the ferry ride to Majuli.
    The road journey to Majuli is equally captivating. Begin your adventure by reaching Jorhat, traversing through well-connected roads. From Jorhat, proceed to Nimati Ghat by cab. The road trip unveils the picturesque Assamese countryside, preparing you for the unique island experience that awaits in Majuli.


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    FAQs about Majuli Island

    Is Majuli accessible year-round?

    Yes, Majuli is accessible year-round, but plan according to weather preferences and festival schedules.

    Are there accommodations on the island?

    Yes, Majuli offers a range of accommodations, including guesthouses and eco-friendly stays.

    What activities can I enjoy besides cultural exploration?

    Majuli offers pottery workshops, birdwatching, and nature walks, enhancing your island experience.