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Bellary to Tezpur Flights

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Find the best Bellary to Tezpur flight ticket prices on Adani’s platform and book your trip to Tezpur. Just key in the preferred dates of your travel along with the relevant cities. We will not only help you find the best Bellary to Tezpur flight price for you but also ensure your flight booking experience is hassle-free. From facilitating flight ticket bookings, displaying a detailed airfare calendar, and helping you find the cheapest flights from Bellary to Tezpur, Adani’s one-stop platform will assist you with all your travel needs. Whether you wish to book a flight from Bellary to Tezpur in the next few days or simply check the flight status for Bellary to Tezpur flights in the coming months, you will find every detail you’re looking for.

Before booking a Bellary to Tezpur flight ticket, please note that there are no direct flights between the two cities. Bellary Airport is currently non-operational, and one of the nearest airports to Bellary is Bangalore Airport. Similarly, Tezpur Airport is non-operational, and the closest airport to Tezpur is Guwahati Airport. Once you board your plane at the Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru, a direct/connecting flight to Guwahati will get you to the Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (Guwahati Airport). From there, Tezpur is at a distance of 185 km, which can be covered by road in around 4 hours. So, book your flight tickets at Adani now.

Flights from Bellary to Tezpur


About Guwahati Airport

The Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, or the Guwahati International Airport (IATA: GAU), is a major airport that connects the northeast with the rest of the country. Located around 28 km from Dispur, the capital of Assam, it is presently being operated and managed by Adani. The airport connects Guwahati to major cities in India, including Kolkata, New Delhi, and Mumbai. Other cities connected with the airport are Jaipur, Pune, Kochi, Chennai, Chandigarh, and Hyderabad. Air India, SpiceJet, and IndiGo operate several flights from Guwahati every day. In the east, it has flights to Imphal, Aizawl, and Agartala.

The airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 handles domestic flights and can accommodate 500 passengers during peak hours. Terminal 2 handles international traffic and can hold 125 passengers. These two terminals have 14 check-in counters, one custom counter and four immigration counters.

The airport has several passenger amenities, including 30-minute free Wi-Fi for travellers. You can continue using the internet services for a nominal charge beyond the free usage limit. Passengers with special needs get ready attention at the airport. It provides them with accessible ramps and friendly restrooms. Wheelchairs are made available free of cost to passengers. The airport is connected to bus and cab services.

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About Tezpur

The very mention of Assam evokes images of tea plantations. Tezpur, located around 175 km from Guwahati, is surrounded by lush tea gardens on its hilly slopes, with snow-clad Himalayan ranges in the backdrop. Considered the state’s cultural capital, Tezpur is also known for its forests, national parks, wildlife, and ancient temples. The oldest city in Assam, Tezpur, houses ruins as old as the 4th century.

The name Tezpur translates into “town of blood”; teza means blood, and pura translates into town in Sanskrit. Tezpur was established under British rule in 1835 as the capital of the erstwhile Darrang district. Tezpur today serves as a gateway for travellers visiting Arunachal Pradesh, including the Tawang Buddhist monastery. Just 51 km from Tezpur lies the Kaziranga National Park, while Nameri National Park is 35 km away. Tezpur is the latest destination to gain popularity among tourists who wish to watch the mighty Himalayas. Settled on the north of the river Brahmaputra, Tezpur also has several paddy fields. The Summer months and winter months are generally preferred to visit Tezpur.

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Agnigarh is about 5 km from Tezpur. It is believed that King Banasura, a powerful Asura, made this fort to keep his daughter Usha away from her lover Aniruddha, the grandson of Lord Krishna. It is said that the fort was surrounded by fire, which gives it the name Agnigarh. Today, it is a popular tourist attraction because of the scenic views and treks.

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Bamuni Hills

On the Bamuni hills of Sonitpur, you can find ruins of sculptures and stone carvings dating back to the 9th and 10th centuries. The ruins here depict influence from the Gupta style of architecture. You can also visit spots close to Bamuni hills, such as Da-parbatia and Mahabhairab temple.

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Bhomoraguri is known for having the longest bridge in Assam, the Kalia Bhomora. The bridge was named after Kalia Bhomora Phukan, who had started the construction of this bridge during the Ahom rule. The three-km-long bridge stretches over the Brahmaputra river and offers a fantastic view of sunrise and sunset.

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Chitralekha Udyan

Commonly known as Cole Park, this park was established in the year 1906 and was renovated in 1996. You can indulge in rowing and paddling in the lake here and watch the stunning landscapes and small hillocks.

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Da-Parbatia is a small village 6 km west of Tezpur. During excavations in the area, the Archeological Survey of India discovered two ancient temples, one built during the 6th century and the other from the Ahom dynasty. The site now has a protected status.

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Nameri National Park

Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, Nameri National Park is 35 km from Tezpur. It is also called the last home of the White Winged Wood Duck. Here, you can spot elephants, leopards, tigers, Bengal foxes, and rare varieties of Himalayan plants.


About Bengaluru Airport

The Kempegowda International Airport in Bangalore is one of the biggest commercial airports in India. Named after the founder of Bangalore, the Kempe Gowda International Airport is the third busiest in India (post-COVID restrictions) after the Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai. The airport has an annual passenger load of 16 million. It facilitates passenger and cargo movement on all major domestic carriers and several foreign airlines.

The airport at Bangalore, now Bengaluru, is one of the most modern and green airports in the country. It is fully solar-powered and has automated baggage drop-off units to deposit check-in baggage. The airport sits on a sprawling area of 4,000 acres in the North Bangalore area of Devanahalli. The airport is presently owned and operated by Bengaluru International Airport Limited (BIAL).

Other domestic flights are operated by major airline companies such as IndiGo, Air Asia, and GoFirst. Bangalore airport has one integrated terminal that handles both domestic and international flights. The terminal handles millions of passengers annually. The airport also has a cargo terminal. The airport is equipped with amenities like aerobridges and escalators, conveyor belts for baggage collection, self-check-in counters for passengers travelling only with cabin baggage, and escalators. There are duty-free shops, smoking lounges, child-care rooms, and an emergency medical centre at the airport, which is 30 km from the city.

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About Bellary

Bellary, officially known as Ballari, is part of the state of Karnataka and shares its border with Andhra Pradesh. It draws influences from both states and is a destination full of Neolithic sites, making it particularly interesting to archaeologists. Bellary city is nestled between two prominent hills, Bellary Gudda and Kumbara Gudda. The hills in the area have a granite composition essentially, and these two are no different.

The district’s geographical location, next to the coastal state of Andhra, makes it a melting pot of culture, arts, and lifestyles. The city has a diverse and abundant history that is mentioned even in the Ramayana. The ruins of Hampi, a flourishing town of the Vijayanagara Empire, offer an insight into the accomplishments of this historic city. The district is rich in mineral resources and has both metallic and non-metallic reserves. The district of Bellary accounts for one-fourth of India’s total iron-ore reserves. The residents of Bellary are fluent in Kannada and Telugu.

It is best to visit Bellary between October and March when the weather is pleasant. While in Bellary, do try the chilled eggplant mash, Bellary Baba Badnekai, and the sweet Bellary ‘Cycle’ Khova sold by street vendors going around town on bicycles

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Bellary Fort

The Bellary Fort, also known as Fort Hill, sits atop the Ballari Gudda, a monolithic hill. The Upper Fort has a citadel and a temple, while the Lower Fort has several bastions used by soldiers. The fort has a single entrance that leads from the Lower Fort to the Upper Fort. The Upper Fort was built by Hanumappa Nayaka, the ruler of the Vijayanagara Empire, while the Lower Fort was constructed by Hyder Ali, the ruler of Mysore.

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Dr Rajkumar Park and Garden

Situated near the railway station in Bellary, Dr Rajkumar Park and Garden is also known as Kuntegadda Park or Golden Jubilee Park. This park is surrounded by lush green meadows and a variety of flora and fauna. It is a must-visit place for nature lovers.

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Located 74 km from Bellary, Hampi is situated on the banks of the Tungabhadra River in Karnataka. This attraction has been recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is set among the remains of Vijayanagara. Hampi is a must-visit spot in Karnataka and is considered a significant historical and architectural landmark.

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Looking to invest in the indigenous art of Bellary? Visit this gem of a place, which is home to the weavers who make the finest blankets in South India. The Kudatini village is a large settlement 20 km from the city. It is a hub of cottage industries.

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Moka is a small town on the banks of the River Vedavathi. The settlement became a pilgrimage site after the discovery of the Malleshwara Swamy Temple, which is said to be more than 1,000 years old and draws visitors from neighbouring states. The temple is 20 km from the city of Bellari.

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This site is a treasure trove for both history buffs and explorers. The excavations of this ancient archaeological site date back to the Neolithic period. The dug-out remains of rock art, ringing stones, and burial pits from 10,000 years ago have made this place a tourist spot.

Frequently Asked Questions

The nearest airport to Tezpur is Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, while the nearest railway station to Tezpur is Dekargaon.

Some must-visit places in Bellary are:

  • Ballari Fort
  • Thorangal
  • Hampi
  • Sanganakallu
  • Kumaraswamy Temple

Bellary is around 310 km from Bangalore. It takes around 5 hours and 30 minutes to reach Bangalore by road.

Expecting mothers are allowed by airlines to travel before 36 weeks of their pregnancy. However, one should get their travel approved by a doctor to board a flight without hassle.

You will need to go for web check-in and carry proof of your identity. Before heading for Kempegowda International Airport, check Bellary to Tezpur flight status.

Most domestic flights allow passengers to carry 15 kg of check-in luggage. Check airline norms for carry-on baggage during your flight booking from Bellary to Tezpur.

Yes. When you make a flight booking from Bellary to Tezpur, you can get access to free Wi-Fi at the Kempegowda International Airport. Passengers on international and domestic flights can access this facility.

No, liquor is not served on domestic flights in India.

A passenger should reach the airport 2 hours before a domestic flight and 3 hours before an international flight. Check the Bellary to Tezpur flight time today on the Adani platform before you head to the airport.

here are no direct flights from Bellary to Tezpur. But there are several direct and several connecting flights every day from Bangalore to Guwahati (Assam), which is the alternate route that travellers can avail.

Some best places to visit in Tezpur are:
  • Nameri National Park
  • Agnigarh
  • Dhekiajuli
  • Bura-Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Chitralekha Udyan

For the best deals on Bellary to Tezpur flight prices, book your seat beforehand. You may get additional discounts by booking a return ticket while booking for an onward journey from Bellary to Tezpur via the Adani platform.

Guwahati International Airport has flights to London, Bangkok, Dhaka, Colombo, and Dubai. It has the status of an international airport.

Some hotels located nearby the Guwahati International Airport are Hotel Mirana, Kiranshree Grand, Backpackers’ Haven, Woodland Lodge and Restaurant and Pemaling Lords Eco Inn Guwahati.
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Airport Information

Tezpur P.O.- Haleswar, Tezpur, Assam 784104

Bellary Bellary Airport (BEP), Cantonment, Bellary, Karnataka, India