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Pristine and rustic

This is almost 30mins from Garmur and the roads are super bumpy. The village is filled with bamboo... read more

Reviewed March 4, 2018
Beautiful cloth weaving. Very friendly people.

We visited this village as part of our tour down the Brahmaputra River. We did the short hop from... read more

Reviewed January 2, 2018
Deryn H
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Majuli, India
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Reviewed March 4, 2018

This is almost 30mins from Garmur and the roads are super bumpy. The village is filled with bamboo huts. You could figure out the cultural difference between each villages , from the houses to their dresses. If you go further up the road, you will...More

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Reviewed January 2, 2018

We visited this village as part of our tour down the Brahmaputra River. We did the short hop from the boat to the island where the locals, especially the children were waiting for us. They were originally hill tribe people but now live on the...More

1  Thank Deryn H
Reviewed September 3, 2017

Mishings are tribal populace of the state of Assam, they mostly inhabit to the areas nearby the river, the tribes men are mostly engaged into agriculture and lead a simple life. Now a days mostly the tour operators invented a word as "Mishing Village tour"...More

1  Thank Arun J B
Reviewed May 29, 2017

There were several houses along the road that we were driving along on our way to Samaguri Satra, Majuli. We stopped at this place because I wanted to check out the exquisite weaving done by the women of this tribe. The children ran around barefoot...More

Thank neelakshib2016
Reviewed May 28, 2017

It is a strange thing to give a village a review however, the Mishing are proud of their work and friendly as can be. We love textiles and to see looms under the homes and then stop for a visit and a look felt like...More

1  Thank SunnyandBuster
Reviewed April 19, 2017

Living in Mumbai we pass by Dharavi. But we dont romanticise it. Here the village walk is uncomfortable as the villagers are on display. The village is not so clean or unusual for Indians to visit. We see the same bamboo huts all over Assam...More

1  Thank manisha M
Reviewed April 8, 2017

On the way to ChamaGuri Satra, you'll see a row of traditional bamboo houses rheld high by stilts on river sand, and around and below these houses is handloom work going on. Stop by for another of Majuli's traditions and you'll love it ! Mostly...More

1  Thank Anish_Barjatya
Reviewed April 6, 2017 via mobile

I loved Majuli. And I loved these villages. One thing that stood out in Majuli, and in a lot of other villages in the Northeast, was the cleanliness. No piles of rubbish or strewn plastic. This place has its own time zone, it's own rhythm.....More

Thank poly2210
Reviewed March 22, 2017 via mobile

It was fascinating to see this community in this seemingly remote area living as if time had stood still.

1  Thank TrueBrit_10
Reviewed March 22, 2017

Very good experience and wonderful food. Living in raised wooden houses just added to it! Must go once in the lifetime.

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