According to many travellers, the seven sisters of Northeast India enclose a paradise within them. The states of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Assam, Nagaland, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Tripura and Sikkim have unexplored, incredible beauties, within their high natural and cultural walls.
If you ask me, one lifetime may not be enough to explore and experience the heaven, called North East India, so diverse and exotic its beauty is. However, there’s no harm in trying though.In this blog, I’m going to share the details of some amazing places in North East India. Keep scrolling!
Guwahati, Assam is considered the gateway to North-East India with a well-to-do airport and a network of roads connecting it with other places.
You can travel to Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram and other places from Guwahati itself.
Just get to the Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International airport, from where you can travel to any of the seven sisters without much hassle.
Undoubtedly the largest river island in India, this place is the home for exotic flora and fauna, besides being a biodiversity heritage site.
Created by the river Brahmaputra, the island has cottages for tourists, where you can enjoy your stay and interact with the local communities, the Ahoms and the Deoris.
If you are looking for a secluded place with exquisite scenic beauty, this should be the first place on your list of North East holiday destinations.
This is the largest freshwater lake in North East India, which is a favourite destination for most people with wanderlust. The main catch of this place is the Keibul Lamjao National Park, probably the only floating national park in the world.
It is located on a ‘humid’, island, and provides refuge to the endangered Sangai deer. If you have an interest in bird watching, you may be thrilled to know that the lake is the home for about 57 species of water birds, of which 28 are said to be migrating from beyond the Himalayas.
Also known as the valley of flowers, the Dzukou Valley is a trekking paradise for all travellers. In summer, a thick carpet of exotic flowers welcomes your stay, while in winter, you may even walk on snow, if your luck favours.
Reach Kohima by bus, and then travel to Jakhama and Viswema, which are 20 and 25 kilometres away. Thereafter, you can start your trek to the Dzukou Valley.
A beautiful glacial lake in East Sikkim at a height of more than 12,000 feet, this site is a hot spot for tourists, simply because of its breathtaking views and exciting activities.
You can ride a yak, or you can take the ropeway to the top of the mountains to click some amazing pictures. In winters, the entire lake is covered in ice, which is an enchanting sight for most and also homestay facility available there.
There are several other places to visit in the North East India namely, Kakoijana Reserve Forest in Assam, The Kaziranga National Park, the Yumthang Valley in Sikkim, Jampui Hills in Tripura and more.
Amazing blog on NE India. Keep writing such amazing blogs on various parts of our country
Nice read! Worth exploring places