Jorhat, the last capital of Ahom Kingdom, is the home of Sattras of medieval times. The city is a mix of vibrant traditional and modern culture. Tea plantation of the city attracts many tourists, who are looking for authentic taste and new flavors. 

Jorhat's rich culture and heritage of many travelers. Jorhat has a dedicated gibbon wildlife sanctuary dedicated to Gibbon ape. Jorhat is home to many adventure and natural places.
Gymkhana Club

Gymkhana Club is a sports venue built-in 1876 by D. Slimmons. The club has been a venue for horse races, lawn tennis grass courts, swimming pool, billiards, polo, golf, cricket, etc. ever since its inauguration.
Thengal Bhawan

Thengal Bhawan was constructed in the year 1880, by Raibahadur Shiva Prasad Barooah. He then started a weekly in the local language in 1929 from the Bhavan and later established a printing press and an office therein.
Burigosain Devalay

Burigosain Devalay is an important Sakta Shrine located in the center of Jorhat city. The image of Burigosain enshrined in the temple, along with the priest, was brought from Jayantiya and was first established at Rangpur.
Lachit Borphukan

Lachit Borphukan was the greatest-ever Ahom General, who defeated the Mughals during the famous war at Saraighat in 1672. Situated in Jorhat, the vault was built in order to honor this great warrior of the 16th century.
Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary

The Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary, formerly known as the Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary or Hollongapar Reserve Forest, is an isolated protected area of evergreen forest located in Assam.
Raj Mao Pukhuri

Raj Mao Pukhuri is a historical pond from the Ahom era located in the Krishna Kanta Handique Road, near Jorhat Planetarium offers a scenic view of water bodies, walking trails, fresh air, and greenery attracting many people throughout the day.
Raja Maidam

Raja Maidam is the vault of King Purandar Sinha, who died in October 1894. The maidam was constructed to preserve the remains of the late king and is located on the south bank of the Toklai River.
Best Time To Visit Jorhat

The best season to visit Jorhat is the winter season. The temperature remains comfortable and is apt for sightseeing. The best months to visit are October, November, January, and March. Summers of Jorhat are extremely hot and exhausting. The temperature ranges from 15° C to 28° C in the months of March to June. One shall avoid visiting Jorhat during these months. July marks the beginning of the monsoon season in Jorhat and lasts till September. Heavy rainfalls make Jorhat look very beautiful during this season. Winters approach Jorhat in November and lasts till February. The climate is pleasantly cool and the temperature ranges from 7°C to 18°C. The pleasant climate during the season is apt for sightseeing in Jorhat.

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