Explore the incredible beauty of North-East India – A paradise on earth
North-Eastern part of India offers vivid reasons for the people to fall in love with. If you are a nature lover and want to see the nature’s real beauty, then you must visit incredible North-East part of India. From the flower valleys to the blue mountains, endangered species to unique river islands; North-East India got everything to make one thrill with its natural beauty. Here are few of the beautiful as well as unique places to visit in the North-East. If you are a travel enthusiast, plan your holidays and visit the paradise on earth.
Kaziranga National Park is a world heritage site and is famous worldwide for the great one-horned rhinoceros. It is also home to many other mammals like tigers, elephants, panthers and bears, and thousands of birds. This beautiful park is open for the tourists from November to April.
Majuli is the world’s largest fresh water river island, which is located in the bank of the Brahmaputra. Apart from its fertile land and scenic beauty, Majuli is also home to nearly 100 species of birds.
Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
Tawang is located 10000 feet above mean Sea Level, in Arunachal Pradesh, the land of ‘Rising Sun.’ The 400-year-old Tawang monastery is one of the oldest and the largest Indian monasteries. Tawang holds everyone tight with its unparalleled beauty.
The capital city of Sikkim is located in the Eastern Himalayas and is one of the main tourist destinations in the state. Serene beauty, lush forests, gurgling rivers makes Gangtok a place for the nature lovers to cuddle with. On your visit to Gangtok, never miss the chance to visit the Tsomgo Lake or the Changu Lake.
This beautiful hill town is surrounded by beautiful lakes and waterfalls. Cherrapunjee that gets the highest level of rain in the world is just 56 kms from Shillong. The Scotland of the East looks seemingly beautiful with the lush green pine forest and mountains all around. And of course, while visiting Shillong, do make a trip to Mawlynnong, Asia’s cleanest village and don’t miss the opportunity to see the living root bridges.
The capital city of Nagaland is one of the main attractions of the state. The beautiful city offers tremendous scope for trekking and camping.
Dzukou Valley, Nagaland
The Dzukou Valley is situated at the border of Nagaland and Manipur. The name of the valley literally translates to cold water, and refers to the stream of river that flows through the valley. Dzukou Valley is also famous as the ‘Valley of the Flowers of the North-East.’ The valley is blessed with different species of flowers and the main attraction of which is the Dzukou Lilly. This lesser known paradise is a must visit, whenever one is in the incredible North East India.
Jampui Hills, Tripura
Jampui Hills is situated 3000 ft above sea level and it is the highest hill range in Tripura. It is famous for its ‘Orange festival’ held every November. Jampui Hill, also well known as the the ‘eternal hills of spring’ as its weather is always bright and cheerful and it hardly faces any seasonal changes.
Loktak Lake, Manipur
Located just 48 kms from Imphal, Loktak Lake is the largest fresh water lake in the North East Region. It is famous for the phumdis or floating islands. Keibul Lamjao the only floating national park in the world that floats over it. Visitors get a bird’s eye view of the lake from the tourist bunglow set atop Sendra Island.
For the adventure lovers, Phawngpui, the Blue Mountain of Mizoram is definitely an ideal place to visit. It is the highest mountain peak in Mizoram. Amidst the famous orchids and rhododendrons flowers it gives some of the best adventure trekking opportunities. On your trip to Mizoram, don’t miss the Phulpui graves, another popular tourist spot in Mizoram; similar to Taj Mahal, the tomb has an eternal love story to tell.