Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (IATA: GAU) is also known as Guwahati International Airport. It was formerly known as 'Borjhar Airport' and provides remarkable air connectivity to multiple destinations across India and the world. Managed by Airport Authority of India, the airport also serves as an Indian Air Force base. Located in Borjhar in Guwahati, the airport is named in honor of the renowned freedom fighter and the first chief minister of Assam after the independence of India, Gopinath Bordoloi.
Guwahati, also known as the 'City of Eastern Light', is a culturally rich city and offers the perfect combination of scenic beauty and historical marvels. The mighty River Brahmaputra divides it into two halves, namely, North Guwahati and South Guwahati. Guwahati is a paradise for wildlife lovers. The Kaziranga National Park is India's finest wildlife sanctuary with the largest number of one-horned rhinoceroses and Bengal tigers. You can also visit the Kamakhya Temple, Assam State Museum, Accoland, Regional Science Centre Khanapara, and Dreamland Amusement Park.
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