During Bihu festival, interested travellers and foreign tourists took part in a cycle ride to discover Majuli, the world’s largest river island. The route was off beat and different from what most travellers are used to. The group visited ethnic Mising villages and a farm wherein they experienced the life and culture of the people living on the Island.
Not only that, tourists also learnt about the art of mask making at 15th-16th century Vaishnava site Chamaguri, ancient pottery art practised at Salmora village, indulge in traditional Mising food and more.
This first-of-its-kind tour was organised by an NGO ‘Root Bridge’ in association with Assam Tourism Development Corporation. Travellers who took part in the cycle tour appreciated the idea of carbon free transportation to explore all that Majuli has to offer.