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Jorhat, a solar city in the state of Assam, is located at an altitude of around 116 m. Many historical monuments situated here are a testimony to the rich heritage of the city. Apart from tombs and forts, the city has a number of tea plantations which rank high in the list of Jorhat tourist places. Serving as the cultural hub of Assam, Jorhat is known as the second most significant city in the state.
Tourists who travel to Jorhat must visit Garh Ali which is a historic embarkment built by the Ahoms to protect the city from the Moamarias. They can also explore world's largest river island, Majuli, which is located at a short distance from the city. Apart from its natural beauty, cultural celebrations at this place act as a major attraction for tourists.
Apart from the above mentioned attractions, there are numerous other places of tourists interest. The Thengal Bhawan, Raja Maidam, Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary and Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar are all significant in their own peculiar ways. However, majority of the time dedicated to Jorhat sightseeing is spent in the Kaziranga National Park, which is in the neighbourhood of Jorhat. The park is spread over an area of 430 sq km and is famous for being home to two-third of the total population of Great One-horned Rhinoceros found in the world. Tigers, elephants and swamp deer are some of the other animals that can be spotted in the park.
In addition to sightseeing, there are various other activities which tourists can indulge in. They can visit local markets and take home some rare antiques as souvenirs. Besides, they can choose to accustom themselves with the culture of Jorhat by participating in ongoing festival celebrations.