Hire our Orange Cycles and do your own trips. You can also follow our mesmerizing cycle routes to get the real feeling of the Island.
Curated Storytelling tour
Pedal with our expert storytellers (these local boys and girls are really knowledgeable) and capture the stories and legends of world’s largest River delta. We recommend you to do this because it supports our livelihood activities and creates meaningful employment to the host community.
Send your wards to us and we will show them a breathtaking digital detox world. Let them learn from nature and our trips are designed in a way that it will ensure the safety of the children. We promote safe riding, we provide helmets and our specially trained storytellers are extra careful in safety aspects.
We promote safe riding, we provide helmets and our specially trained storytellers are extra careful in safety aspects.
Only Woman Trips
Specially designed Island tours for women with women storytellers.
Travel with our local storytellers and capture the best of the Island. We are also conducting special photography camps where you can improve your photography skills.
Come with your family members and friends for a great outing. We have designed different activities for them- from fishing to pottery making.
Camps & workshops
Select Majuli for your school or college camps and workshops. We have a network of home stays and camps where you can stay and do your activities.Nature camps
We are conducting fixed dated nature camps for public. It’s a learning session and an opportunity to participate in village activities and volunteering.
Majuli is the best place for rejuvenating your employees and their skills. Contact us for special packages and programs designed for corporates. Be a part of our community development activities.
Majuli Day Trip
A short visit to Majuli’s major attractions like Mishing villages, Satras, Mask making Satra, Salmora pottery village, weaving centers, agriculture fields and sunset point. You can hire a cycle or a local vehicle according to your choice.
Majuli Sustainable Tourism Development Project
MSTDP is an initiative of Assam Tourism Development Corporation in association with Root Bridge Foundation to develop tourism activities that are beneficial for host communities and make Majuli, world’s largest River Island,a better place to live and visit.
We believe travel should be about being in a place, not just passing through it. And there’s no better way to engage with a new land and culture than from the bike saddle. Moreover, we believe that our guests will support our initiative to make Majuli as India’s first Carbon Neutral District.
Why did Blaze, a thoughtful traveler from the Republic of Macedonia calling this as one of the top 3 trips in life? Please listen!
Majuli Cycle Cafe
Majuli Cycle Cafe is the most happening place in mystic island, Majuli. The cafe consists of a cafeteria, art gallery, cycle rental space, library, village shop and a bird watching balcony. Location : Near Post Office, Garamur, Majuli
BIRD WATCHING BALCONY
LIBRARY & SOVEREIGNS
A shrinking Island called Majuli
Located in the middle of mighty river Brahmaputra, Majuli is the largest inhabited river Island in the world. The River Island, which is the top seat of Neo-Vaishnavite movement started by 15th Century scholar and reformer Srimanta Sankardeva, is also the first Island district of India.
According to the statistics with the Assam government, there were 65 Vaishvavite Satras in the Island. However, most of them had to shift to other places due to the recurrent erosion problem every year and only 22 Satras exists on the Island now.
The erosion had already eaten up more than one-third of the Island’s landmass over the years. read more »
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Majuli, Assam 785001
Tel: +91 7575915311
About Root Bridge Foundation
Named after the Living Root Bridges’ of East Khasi Hills, one of the greatest example of man-nature dependence; we are promoting sustainable tourism practices in India’s Northeast and Eastern Himalayas. The main activities of Root Bridge Foundation- a nonprofit entity- consists research, advocacy, awareness creation, policy level interventions, training, networking, consultancy and the facilitation of better community-driven tourism models.
Our projects impact some of the most disadvantaged populations, including women and indigenous communities, who not only gain access to livelihoods but also have a chance to redefine their identity and role in society. Please visit http://www.rootbridge.in for more info.