1. Places to Visit in Assam
|Lady Tea Pickers in Tea Garden, Assam|
Kaziranga National Park
|Kaziranga National Park in Assam|
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|Kamakhya Temple in Assam|
Manas National Park
|Manas National Park|
2. Places to Visit in Sikkim
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At an altitude of 14200 feet, the pass is located on the Indo-China border. The journey itself is an exhilarating experience, with mist covered peaks, zigzag roads and roaring waterfalls, the passage is simply amazing. Visitors are required to get a permit to visit the place. It was the route of the legendary Silk Route.
The picturesque mountain village of Lachung at a height of 8610 feet. Embraced my snowcapped mountain peaks, breathtaking waterfalls, sparkling streams and apple orchards is the perfect holiday destination. Visit the Shingba Rhododendron sanctuary, Gurudongmar Lake and Chopta Valley. The village is the centre of exquisite hand woven rugs and blankets.
Lachen is a small pass at an elevation of 2,750 metres in the North East Himalayas. It is the gateway to the holy Guru Dongmar and Tso Lhamu lakes. It is also the base for excursion to Yumthang Valley. The beautiful valley situated is located at a height of 3,500 metres. It is home to many beautiful Himalayan flowers. In the summer months the whole valley is seen carpeted in vibrant blooms.
Pelling is rapidly becoming a popular tourist destination. At an altitude of 6800 ft, it's the most excellent place to get a closest view of the world's 3rd highest peak Mt. Kanchenjunga. Apart from the innate beauty of the place, other attractions are the Sanga Choeling Monastery, Pemayangtse Monastery and the Khecheopalri Lake. A visit will be cherished.
3. Places to Visit in Meghalaya
The second wettest place on earth, Cherrapunji is blessed with lush natural beauty. The picturesque beauty is a place to relax and enjoy the offerings of nature. Attractions you must not fail to visit are Nohkalikai Falls, Mawsmai Cave, Mawmluh Cave, Krem Phyllut Cave, Dain-Thlen Falls, Kynrem Falls, Nohsngithiang Falls, Cherrapunji Theological College at Nongsawlia Thangkharang Park and Khoh Ramhah or Basket of the Giant.
Dawki is one of the most beautiful places of Meghalaya snuggled in the Jaintia Hills. Known for the Indo-Bangladesh border crossing, the place is much more than dat. It is blessed with surreal crystal clear blue green waters of Umngot Creek. Only a suspension bridge connects the two hills. A boat race is held every year on the month of February. The scenic beauty is a good place to relax in nature’s lap.
The wettest place on Earth, Mawsynram is a spectacle of nature. Nature baths with brutal and deafening rain showers Snuggled 1400 metres above sea level it is blessed with lush environs owing to heavy rains. There are numerous attractions to check out in the rainy town. Caves, waterfalls, living roots bridges made of rubber trees are some delights. It is a perfect location to relax.
Mawlynnong is named the "Cleanest Village in Asia" by a travel magazine. Also dubbed "God's Own Garden", the village is an outstanding example of community-based eco-tourism. The locals have constructed a remarkable Sky View platform from bamboo atop the highest tree in the forest, nearly 80 feet up. It offers a bird's eye view of the village and panoramic view across to Bangladesh.
4. Places to Visit in Arunachal Pradesh
Tawang Monastery also known as Galden Namgyal Lhatse dates back to the 17th century. The largest monastery in India is where monks are taught the essence of their religion. The manuscripts are rare and important. Impressive interiors, structure and ambiance is not the only thing of note. The pristine location is awe-inspiring. Situated at an elevation of 10,000 feet above sea level at a picturesque setting of Tawang Valley.
Any tour of Arunachal Pradesh is not complete without visiting the state capital Itanagar. The city is replete with attractions. Visit the Ita Fort, an ancient monument belonging to 14th and 15th century. Natural treasures of Ganga Lake, pleasant scenery of lush forests and orchid gardens. Itanagar wildlife sanctuary which is home to various species. The museum has alluring relics of the tribal heritage of the state. Pleasant resorts and hotels pampers guests with a comfortable stay.
Bomdila is an ideal holiday getaway offering views of snow clad Himalayan mountain range at 8000 feet above sea level. Ideal for family outing, quiet place to romance in solitude and self-exploration, here there are options to spend a cherished time. Enjoy the arts and crafts scene as it is centre of tribal culture. Take home some beautiful souvenirs.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ziro is a blessed natural beauty. The Apatani Plateau offers the city blessed lush scenery. Trekking, camping are the most intriguing delights of the place. Ziro is also the gateway to a number of other attractive spots like Kardo Hills, Talley Valley, Talley Wildlife Sanctuary, etc. An international music event is organized every year. The rock music draws participants and audiences from all over the globe.
5. Places to Visit in Tripura
The capital city of Tripura, Agartala has the best allures of the state. The city is rich in natural beauty. The tribal and the state culture is well preserved in the museums. The wildlife sanctuaries are home to rare delights of the state. The glorious past and heritage of the state can be seen in their ancient temples, places and other monuments. Any tour of the state remains incomplete without a visit to the city.
Jampui hills is the highest hill range of the state. The eco-sphere of the region is blessed with rare species of flora, fauna and endemic species. Clouds creates a mystical and beautiful appearance. Trekking and safari of the hill range is incredible. The views of the panorama are blissful. In the month of November, during the Orange and Tourism Festival, crowds from all over the world reach the place.
Udaipur had been a glorious capital of Tripura. The city has heritage and culture that any visitor will love to explore. There are numerous ruined buildings, palaces and holy lakes scattered all over the city. Tripura Sundari temples is a significant temple of the place. The revered site is a famous Kali Temple where devotees come from all over the world.
Kailashahar is another important site of the treasured heritage of Tripura. Unakoti is the biggest allure of the place. Hundreds of rock cut sculptures lie scattered here. The mystical and revered ruins are the site of many religious festivals. An 11 feet ruined carving of Lord Shiva is one prominent allure. Other attractions are Choudoo Devotar temple, Lakhi Narayan Bari and lush tea estates.
6. Places to Visit in Mizoram
The capital city of Mizoram, Aizawl is the largest city of the state. Located at an altitude of 1132 meters above sea level overlooking valleys and hill ranges. Called the “Home of Highlanders”, it is blessed with cultural richness. The main attractions here are the Durtlang Hills, Bara Bazaar, Mizoram State Museum, and Solomon’s Temple.
The second largest city in the beautiful state of Mizoram, Lunglei is a palette of natural beauty, attractions and delights. Visit the stone bridge Lung-lei after which the city has been named. Apart from this there is the Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary home to the species inhabitaning in the amiable forest cover. The Saikuti Hall is a good place to get a glimpse of the intriguing heritage of the state. Artists exhibit their paintings and also conducts concerts and celebrations.
Kolasib is a small town in Mizoram. Having its own share of natural beauty and attractions of the state, the allure is the people. The population inhabiting the locales are of Mongolian breed with roots in Myanmar. Their culture, lifestyle, practices are exceptional. Feel the warm hospitality as you cross this place or take a stop.
7. Places to Visit in Manipur
The capital city of Manipur, Imphal is blessed with scenic beauty and wildlife. The game Polo originated here. Mentioned in the records of Second World War the city has witnessed two wars. It is clustered with numerous tourist places like Shree Govindajee Temple, the Kangla Palace, War Cemeteries, Ima Keithel; a bazaar run by the women folk only, Imphal valley, gardens, ancient relics, temples and monuments.
Loktak Lake is the largest freshwater lake in northeast India, also called the only Floating lake in the world. Numerous phumdis float on its surface. Phumdis are heterogeneous mass of vegetation, soil, and organic matters at various stages of decomposition that have thickened into a solid form. They cover an extensive part of the lake area. These floating surfaces are sturdy ad are inhabited by rural fishermen.
Keibul Lamjao National Park
Keibul Lamjao National park is a unique treasure. Located on a floating island of Loktak Lake, it is home to a variety of animals and birds. It is home to the endangered Eld’s Deer or the Brow-antlered Deer, locally known as Sangai. Visit the park for a day tour and enjoy a rare ecosphere. The national park lies in Bishnupur district of Manipur.
8. Places to Visit in Nagaland
The capital city, Kohima is undoubtedly the most charming place to visit in Nagaland. The blend of the ancient and the modern has painted this town in an interesting. Kohima offers an insight into the life of the Angami tribe who predominate this region. The Japfu Peak, Pulebadze Peak, Tseminyu, Kohima War Cemetery, Naga Bazaar, Kohima Zoo, Kohima State Museum and Deputy Commissioner’s Bungalow are other places of interest for the tourists.
The entry to the mysterious Nagaland, Dimapur offers ample opportunities to nature and history lovers. It is a colorful land that reflects authentic treasures of the region. Witness the culture of various indigenous tribes of the state. Glimpse through the finest artefacts of the state. Check out ZoologicalPark, Ao Baptist Church, Diezephe Craft Village, Nagaland Science Centre, Green Park, Rangapahar Forest Reserve, Intaki Wildlife Sanctuary and Shiv Mandir.
The lively district in Nagaland, home of the Ao tribe is known for rich hospitality, rich traditions and festivals. It is considered the cultural and intellectual capital of Nagaland. The village is known for the vivacious celebrations of festivals. The attractions comprise of Changkikong Range, Langpangkong, Fusen Kei and Mongzu Ki Caves, Changtongya, Longkhum Village, Longritzu Lenden Valley, Tangkum Marok Spring, Mokokchung District Museum, Mokokchung Park, etc.
Dotted with colorful orchards, carpeted with multi-hued flowers and fringed by hills and rivers, Wokha is a nature lovers' paradise. The homeland of Lotha tribe, the rural life of Nagaland can be best enjoyed here. The land abounds in natural bounty of fruits like pineapples, plums and oranges. Mount Tiyi, Liphanyan Governor’s Camp, Totsu Cliff, Tehurang Valley, Baghty Valley, etc interests travelers. Tokhu Emong Festival in the month of November is a good time to visit.
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