Majuli Cultural Landscape Management Authority
...Promoting and preserving the rich heritage of Majuli

TOURISM

PLACES TO SEE

The prime attraction of the island are the Sattras, the sunrise and the sunset, and the bird viewing Beels.

HOW TO REACH MAJULI

Majuli is well connected with the rest of the country by roadways and waterways.

WHERE TO STAY

Majuli has a large number of government and private guest houses and lodges to accomodate the large number of tourists that visit the island every year.

HOT SPOTS

CHAKOLI BEEL

It is located 1.5 km west of Kamalabari.In winter,about 30,000 birds assemble here.

VEREKI BEEL

It is near the Chakoli beel,in front of the Laholial village. This is one of the important bird watching sites.

DAUKPARA

Adjacent to the Chakoli beel, this water body is full of residential birds for almost the entire year.

BORBILLA

It is adjacent to Rawanagaon, 12 km east of Kamalabari.

DUBORI TOLI

It is 13 km east of Kamalabari, in front of Mekheli Gaon.

RAMBOLIA

It is adjacent to and is a property of the Dakhinpat Sattra. All types of residential birds found in Majuli are seen here.

OTHER LINKS

Tour Operators
Tourist Guides

PRIME ATTRACTIONS

The wheels of the carriage used by the then Sattridhakar of Garamur Sattra.The carriage was bought from England in the eighteenth century.

This manuscript was given by the Burmese to the Narasingha Sattra after the murder of the then Sattradhikar by the Burmese army.

This robe was gifted by the then Ahom King to the Sattradhikar of Bengenaati Sattra.It is made of silk with intricate brocade work done in silver and gold threads.

It is a set of miniature cannon and a gun. Both of them are made of wrought iron. Both were gifted by British to the Sattradhikar of Auniati Sattra.

PROPOSED RESOURCES