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
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.Getting there
Majuli can be reached from Jorhat by ferry. Jorhat has located about 300 km from Assam’s capital town Guwahati. The historical town of Jorhat is well connected by road, train and flight from most of the locations in the country. After reaching Jorhat, one has to go to Neematighat to catch a ferry to Kamalabari ghat in Majuli. While Neematighat is about 30 km from Jorhat town, from Nimatighat it takes about one and half hour on the ferry to reach Kamalabari ghat. From Kamalabari ghat, there are small share vehicles available to reach Majuli town and it takes around 20 minutes to reach there. Ferries are scheduled at different times starting from 8.30 am to 3.30 pm every day.
Although Majuli can be around the year destination for travellers, yet from July to September is not advisable to visit the Island during which time the Island witnesses severe flooding from Brahmaputra river. The third week of November is the best time to visit the Island when most of the Satras of the Island celebrate the Ras Leela festival and the Satras are full of cultural activities like the organizing music, dance, and theatre performances. For any kind of information, you can call to our cycle café. They are happy to help you.
The Forest Man of India
Visiting Majuli Island could also be an opportunity to meet Padmashree Jadav Payeng, the Forest Man of India. Payeng also known as Molai, a Mishing man had singlehandedly converted a 550-hectare sandbar on Brahmaputra river into a reserve forest over 30 years. The reserve forest now known as Molai Kathoni (meaning Molai woods, woods named after Payeng) is home to a herd of elephants, several Royal Bengal tigers and several other wildlife species. Payeng voluntarily started planting trees on the Island then known as Aruna Chapori out of his love for nature and wildlife since the 1980s.
Molai Kathoni or the woods created by Payeng is about 5 km away from Majuli Island. One has to undertake a boat journey for nearly an hour to reach the Island, where Payeng is very enthusiastic to narrate to each traveller his passion for the forest. Payeng is at present trying to plant some more trees in the Islands located adjacent to the Molai Kathoni.
Contact us to visit Molai Forest and to meet Jadav Payeng