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About Jorhat

Jorhat is one of the major urban cities in northeastern state of Assam. This picturesque and quiet city is home to educational centers and India’s largest tea plantation estates. Although it is mainly known for Gatoonga Tea Estate, which is the country’s largest tea plantations, one cannot overlook the city’s historic significance. It was the last capital of the glorious Ahom dynasty that ruled over Assam for more than 600 years. Moreover, its close proximity to Majuli, the world’s largest river island, makes it a stopover point for both domestic and international tourists. Hence, while taking a Delhi to Jorhat flight, make sure to walk through the tea plantations and visit Satra Nagari Majuli.

Best Time to Book Delhi to Jorhat Flights

Jorhat has a mild and moderate climate, with warm and breezy summers and cold winters. However, monsoon in Jorhat brings heavy downpour to the city, causing flooding in many areas. It is a year-round destination and can be visited any time of the year. However, it is best to avoid the monsoon months (July to September).

Details About Delhi to Jorhat Flights

Looking for a flight from Delhi to Jorhat? There are nine flights, most of which are offered by IndiGo. However, no airlines have nonstop service on this route currently. Hence, expect one or two layovers at Guwahati, Kolkata, and Patna. It takes 05 hours and 25 minutes to reach Jorhat from Delhi by flight.

Additionally, the average airfare for a flight on this route costs INR 8,974 for a one-way trip, and INR 19,050 for a round trip.

Furthermore, the nearest airports to travel between the two cities are Indira Gandhi International Airport and land at Jorhat Airport (DEL-JRH).

Here are some insights concluding Delhi to Jorhat flights fares:

One Way Trip
AirlinesAirlines NamePriceAction
IndigoINR 8,974Book Now
UKVistara + IndiGoINR 9,054Book Now
Round Trip
AirlinesAirlines NamePriceAction
IndigoINR 19,050Book Now
AIIndiGoIndiGo + Air IndiaINR 20,126Book Now

Best Restaurants in Jorhat

Cafe Beans restaurant Jorhat

Cafe Beans

Wooden decor, colorful, comfy sofas, quiet ambience, and top-notched, freshly brewed coffee make Cafe Beans one of the best cafeterias in Jorhat. Here, visitors can hangout with friends, read books, play games, and enjoy the live music performance, while sipping a cup of coffee. Although their hot chocolate and coffee are the biggest crowd puller, you shouldn’t overlook their pasta, noodles, and pizza.

Meridian restaurant Jorhat


Meridian is one of the best restaurants in Jorhat, where you can relish authentic traditional Assamese Thalis at a reasonable price. It has a very soothing ambience and staff is friendly-enough to assist you with their top picks. If you are visiting Meridian for lunch or for dinner, then order their thali. And for the evening, their noodles are the best choice.

Chouka restaurant Jorhat


Chouka, which means a traditional mud stove in Assamese, is a popular restaurant in Jorhat. Locals flock to Chouka to relish their ethnic delicacies, which are not only mouth-watering, but also affordable. Their chicken or pork wrapped in banana leaves and pork with mustard green or bamboo shoots are crowd-pullers. You should also try their duck with ash guard, a traditional Assamese dish, paired with steamed rice.

Best Hotels in Jorhat

Clubway Grand- A Boutique Hotel Jorhat

Clubway Grand- A Boutique Hotel

Location : P6Q8+VQM Clubway Grand, Club Rd, Chandan Nagar, Jorhat, Assam 785001, India

Price : INR 4,400

Hotel Gulmohar Grand Jorhat

Hotel Gulmohar Grand

Location : Madhubon, Choladhara, Jorhat, Assam 785001, India

Price : INR 2,800

Bononi hotel Jorhat


Location : Near BSNL Microwave Tower, No. 2 Bamun Gaon, PO, Chengeligaon, Jorhat, Assam 785010, India

Price : INR 1,200

Places to Visit in Jorhat

Hoollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary Jorhat

Hoollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary

Surrounded by mighty river Brahmaputra on one side and lush green tea plantations on the other, Hoollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a large population of 40 species of Hoolock gibbon. But gibbons are not the only residents here. You can also spot stumped-tailed macaque, Assamese macaque, capped langur, elephants, rhesus macaque, and slow loris.

Dhekiakhowa Bor Namghar Jorhat

Dhekiakhowa Bor Namghar

Dhekiakhowa Bor Namghar was established by Mahapurush Madhavdev, the disciple of Mahapurush Srimanta Shankardev. One of the unique facts about this sacred Namghar is- there is an earthen lamp that was kindled by Mahapurush Madhavdev in 1528 and since then, it has been burning continuously for 484 years. The Naamghar has a very religious significance in Assamese culture and is visited by millions of devotees.

Majuli Jorhat


Majuli is more than just the world’s largest river island. To learn about Vaishnavism in Assamese culture and the rich heritage and tradition of making masks, make Majuli a must-visit destination in Assam. Before 2016, Majuli was part of the Jorhat district. Although it is now part of Jorhat, both domestic and international tourists visit the city to reach Majuli. The only way to reach Majuli is by taking a 1.5 hours long ferry ride from Jorhat’s Nimati Ghat to Auniati or Kamalabari Satra in Majuli. 

There is a lot to explore in this urban city of upper Assam. To experience the rich Assamese culture, book a Delhi to Jorhat flight and learn about its history of tea plantations.


  • How to reach Jorhat by air?

    Jorhat Airport (JRH) is the only domestic airport that serves Jorhat. It is connected with Kolkata and Guwahati with nonstop flights, and a few seasonal flights available from Bangalore as well. So, if you are traveling from other parts of India, you need to book connecting flights or flights with one or more layovers.

  • Are there any non-stop flights available for Delhi to Jorhat?

    At present, no airlines offer nonstop flights between Delhi and Jorhat.

  • What are the best flights from Delhi to Jorhat?

    To avail Delhi to Jorhat flights, book your seat with IndiGo at the cost of INR 8,974 for a one-way trip, and INR 19,050 for a round trip.

  • How many flights are there between Delhi and Jorhat?

    There are a total of 63 weekly flights between Delhi and Jorhat, which means nine flights daily.

  • Which is the nearest airport to Jorhat?

    Jorhat Airport (JRH), is the only domestic airport that serves Jorhat, Assam.

  • What is the best day to fly from Delhi to Jorhat?

    While traveling from Delhi to Jorhat consider flying on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and avoid weekends and holidays since it’s more expensive.

  • What is Jorhat famous for?

    Jorhat is home to Gatoonga Tea Estate, India’s largest tea plantation and its close proximity to Satra Nagari Majuli, the world’s largest river island, make it one of the most popular bases for tourists.

  • Which language is spoken in Jorhat?

    Assamese is the official language of Jorhat.

  • How many hours from Delhi and Jorhat by flight?

    It takes 05 hours and 25 minutes by flight to reach Jorhat from Delhi.

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