Embark on a journey of exploration from our resort, nestled strategically between the vibrant city of Guwahati and the enchanting landscapes of Meghalaya. Discover the captivating experiences that await in these neighboring destinations:

As you stay with us, our resort serves as your gateway to a plethora of experiences, from the bustling city life of Guwahati to the serene landscapes and cultural treasures of Meghalaya. Welcome to a journey where each day unfolds new discoveries and every moment becomes a cherished memory.

Experiences near Aranya Resort

Welcome to the vibrant city of Guwahati, where ancient charm meets modern allure. Nestled along the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River, Guwahati is a gateway to the enchanting northeastern region of India. Explore the city's rich cultural tapestry and discover its main touristic spots:

Kamakhya Temple: Perched atop the Nilachal Hill, Kamakhya Temple is a revered Hindu pilgrimage site. The temple's unique architecture and spiritual significance make it a must-visit destination, offering panoramic views of the city and the Brahmaputra River.

Umananda Island: Set amid the Brahmaputra, Umananda Island is a tranquil escape accessible by boat. Visit the Umananda Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, and enjoy the serene surroundings, making it an ideal spot for nature enthusiasts and spiritual seekers.

Assam State Museum: Immerse yourself in Assam's rich history and culture at the Assam State Museum. The museum showcases an impressive collection of artifacts, manuscripts, and sculptures, providing a fascinating glimpse into the region's heritage.

Navagraha Temple: The Navagraha Temple, situated atop Chitrachal Hill, is a significant pilgrimage site dedicated to the nine celestial bodies. The temple's location offers breathtaking views of Guwahati and the surrounding landscape.

Srimanta Sankardev Kalakshetra: Explore Assam's art, culture, and traditions at the Srimanta Sankardev Kalakshetra. This cultural complex features a museum, traditional Assamese village replicas, and open-air theaters, providing a comprehensive experience of the state's diverse heritage.

Brahmaputra River Cruise: Experience the splendor of the Brahmaputra with a river cruise. Choose from various cruises that offer stunning views of the river, its islands, and the scenic landscapes along the banks.

Explore Guwahati City

Explore Kaziranga National Park

Welcome to the enchanting realm of Kaziranga, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a sanctuary for biodiversity nestled in the heart of Assam, India. Explore the unique and awe-inspiring features of this remarkable destination:

Kaziranga National Park: Home to the iconic one-horned Indian rhinoceros, Kaziranga National Park is a testament to nature's magnificence. Spread across the floodplains of the Brahmaputra River, this park is a haven for diverse wildlife, including tigers, elephants, wild water buffaloes, and an array of bird species.

Rich Biodiversity: Beyond its famed rhinoceros population, Kaziranga boasts an incredible diversity of flora and fauna. Marshlands, grasslands, and dense forests create a mosaic of habitats, providing a sanctuary for countless species, making it a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.

Safari Adventures: Embark on thrilling safari adventures to witness the park's wildlife in their natural habitat. Jeep safaris and elephant rides offer an immersive experience, allowing visitors to get up close and personal with the incredible creatures that call Kaziranga home.

Birdwatcher's Paradise: Kaziranga is a birdwatcher's paradise, with its wetlands and grasslands attracting numerous migratory and resident bird species. From the majestic Bengal florican to the vibrant bar-headed goose, the park offers a visual feast for bird enthusiasts.

Conservation Success: Kaziranga has been a beacon of success in wildlife conservation, particularly in the preservation of the Indian rhinoceros. The park's dedicated efforts have not only ensured the survival of endangered species but also contributed significantly to the global conservation narrative.

Explore Dawki river

Welcome to the captivating allure of Dawki River, a gem nestled in the pristine landscapes of Meghalaya, India. Explore the natural wonders surrounding our resort, as we invite you to experience the enchantment of Dawki:

Crystal-Clear Waters: Dawki River is renowned for its crystal-clear waters that reveal the riverbed's captivating beauty. As you traverse the river, be mesmerized by the transparency of the water, allowing you to witness the vibrant underwater world and smooth river stones beneath.

Boating Extravaganza: Embark on a scenic boating extravaganza along Dawki River. Our resort offers the perfect launchpad for boat rides, allowing you to glide on the pristine waters while being surrounded by the lush greenery and rolling hills that characterize the Meghalaya landscape.

Umngot River: Dawki is often synonymous with the Umngot River, a tributary of the Dawki River. The Umngot is famed for its surreal beauty, creating an ethereal ambiance as sunlight plays on the water's surface, casting enchanting reflections.

Photographer's Paradise: For photography enthusiasts, Dawki is a paradise waiting to be captured. The surreal landscapes, the clarity of the river, and the surrounding hills provide a picture-perfect setting that promises to fill your photo album with breathtaking memories.

Adventure and Relaxation: Whether you seek adventure or tranquility, Dawki has something for everyone. Engage in water sports, such as kayaking or river rafting, for an adrenaline rush, or simply unwind by the riverbanks, letting the soothing sounds of nature serenade you.

Explore Cherrapunji

Welcome to the captivating realm of Cherrapunji, a destination steeped in natural wonders and cultural richness, making it one of the most popular destinations in Northeast India.

Lush Landscapes and Monsoon Marvels:

Cherrapunji, officially known as Sohra, boasts lush landscapes adorned with rolling hills, verdant valleys, and a blanket of mist that shrouds the region. Renowned as one of the wettest places on Earth, Cherrapunji's monsoon season transforms the surroundings into a vivid, green paradise, creating an awe-inspiring allure.

Iconic Waterfalls:

Cherrapunji is synonymous with cascading waterfalls that add to the region's mystique. Notable among them is the majestic Nohkalikai Falls, plunging dramatically from the cliffs, and the enchanting Seven Sisters Falls, a collection of seven waterfalls descending in unison.

Living Root Bridges:

Cherrapunji is home to the ancient artistry of living root bridges, crafted by the indigenous Khasi tribes. The Double Decker Living Root Bridge is a remarkable example of sustainable engineering, formed by training the roots of ficus trees over centuries to create a sturdy bridge across rivers.

Mawsmai Cave:

Delve into the underground wonders of Cherrapunji at Mawsmai Cave, a limestone cave system that offers a fascinating exploration of stalactite and stalagmite formations. The cave's well-lit passages make it accessible for visitors to witness the marvels of nature beneath the surface.

Dramatic Landscapes at Dainthlen Falls:

Visit Dainthlen Falls, where the tumultuous cascade is complemented by a unique legend of a mythical python that once inhibited the area. The dramatic landscapes and surrounding lush greenery make this waterfall a must-visit spot in Cherrapunji.

Cherrapunji War Memorial:

For a touch of history, explore the Cherrapunji War Memorial, commemorating the sacrifice of the local heroes who fought during World War II. The memorial offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes, providing a poignant contrast to the natural wonders.

Nohkalikai Falls

Double Decker Living Root Bridge