Travel to North East India: ‘The Hidden treasures”
Northeast India is the region which comprises the seven sister states of India name Meghalaya, Assam, Mizoram, Nagaland, Manipur, Sikkim, and Tripura.
This region of India is blessed with numerous enchanting places like alluring lakes, lofty hills, National parks, Wildlife sanctuaries, and dense forests & mountain ranges.
After holding so many mesmerizing views and places, the Northeast region of India is somehow out of tourist attraction, but not anymore. North East India Tourism comes out with a list of numerous tourist attractions in North East India.
So, if you are planning to travel to North East India for your upcoming holidays by booking your North east tour package, then, first go through this list of some hidden treasures of North East India which you absolutely must visit.
Kaziranga National Park, Assam>
Kaziranga National Park is one of the richest wildlife habitats in Asia. The park houses a vast population of one-horned rhinoceroses, which is around 2400, Tigers, elephants, swamp deer, and wild water buffalo. Instead of wildlife the place also consists of vast Bird life.
This is a river island situated in the heart of the Brahmaputra river, this region is highly populated by priests or Mohandas. The place showcases the vast collection of Jewelleries, dresses, and masks which are all handmade and used in traditional dramas like Bhaona.
Dzukou Valley, Nagaland
This enchanting valley is also known as “Valley of the Flowers” situated at the border of Nagaland and Manipur. This valley is widely famous for picturesque glances, seasonal flowers, and natural beauty. The place is also popular among tourist due to mountaineering and trekking.
Loktak Lake, Manipur
Loktak Lake is the largest fresh water lake in North East India renowned for phumdis floating over it.
Vantawang Waterfall, Mizoram
This two-tiered waterfall is falling down from a cascading height of 230 meters and gives the amazingly beautiful panoramic view.
Champhai attracts a large number of tourists due to its picturesque spots like an enchanting view of Myanmar hills, old-age antiques, monuments, and green fields. The place is also known as “The rice bowl of Mizoram”.
Yuksom is considered as the heaven in Sikkim due to its mind-blowing allure and serenity in the ambience.
The main tourist attraction in Yuksom, Sikkim includes the Tashiding monastery, Norbugang coronation the meeting place of three Lamas, Khecheopalri Lake, Kartok monastery, snow peaked mountains, and the Khangchendzonga National Park.
Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
Tawang is the land of beautiful monasteries, cascading waterfalls, and glistening lake.
The major tourist attractions in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh are Pankang Teng Tso Lake, Jaswant Garh, Urgyelling Monastery, and lofty mountains. You can also enjoy the trekking through Gorichen trek and Sela Pass.
Mawlynnong is the smallest town of Meghalaya awarded as the cleanest village in Asia and also highly popular for its natural attraction.
Ujjayanta Palace, Tripura
This imperial palace was built by Maharaja Rajakishorelan Manikaya in 1901. This royal palace is now converted into a museum which showcases the arts, culture, lifestyle, crafts, and tradition residing in the North East India.
Mokokchung is a small town in Nagaland and the important urban centre. The popular tourist attraction in Mokokchung includes Unman Village, District Museum, Longkhum, Langpangkong, Mopungchukit and Chuchuyimlang.
Gurudongmar Lake, Sikkim
Gurudongmar Lake is one of the highest lakes in the World located at a height of around 17,800 ft. This lake is on the itinerary of many Tour packages of North East India.
You can behold the most picturesque and panoramic glimpses at this site like snow clad mountains, crystal clear icy water, and the sacred lake.
Umiam Lake, Meghalaya
Umiam Lake is one of the most popular lakes of North East, also known as Barapani Lake. The Lake is the famous tourist destination for water sports among tourists. The place offers sports like Kayaking, boating, water scooter, and water cycling.
Tea Gardens, Assam
Assam is the World’s largest Tea growing region
Bomdila Monastery, Arunachal Pradesh
Bomdila is a beautiful small town situated at a height of 8000 ft. The major attraction of Bomdila is Bomdila Monastery houses rich culture, Apple orchards, Buddhist Gompas, and an enchanting glance of snow-capped Himalayan peaks.
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