Tour to North East India

North East India Tour

“Traveling, It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller” – Ibn Battuta

Every bit of North East India feels like magic. It encompasses the best of ancient monasteries, dense forests, pristine valleys, snow-capped mountains, cascading waterfalls, and glistening lakes. A trip to North East India will take you one step closer to heaven, and every person who’s a traveler or an adventurer by heart must take this trip at least once in their lifetime. This will make you unravel the secrets embedded deep within the valleys of North East India!

Why Do You Need A North East Travel Plan?

You need this trip. Trust me. You need it!

Going on a tour to explore the northeast will land you at the cleanest villages in Asia, chilling in the most beautiful hill stations, trekking on the oldest root bridges, exploring the numerous monasteries, encountering the one-horned rhinoceros, enjoying boating in one of the river islands, and so much more.

The fact remains intact that a major part of north east India still remains unexplored, whatever the reason may be. Whether you’re traveling solo, or with friends, family, or your spouse, it doesn’t matter. A northeast trip is an experience worthy of inclusion in every traveler’s bucket list.

What Is The Time To Visit North East India?

The North East India shares its borders with the surrounding countries of Bhutan, Tibet, Myanmar, and Bangladesh, owing much to its stunning location. Having said that, we wouldn’t advise you to travel to the north east regions in the rainy seasons of May to September end. Therefore, the best time to visit this region is from the months of November to April. This period happens to be the peak season for travelers. The weather at this time is at its best. This also makes it perfect to head out and witness the true charm of the states.

North East India Trip Plan – Top Places To Visit

The northeast tourist attractions are famous for a mix of adventure, nature, and romantic getaways. The snow-bound mountains offer picturesque views and these attractions are sought mostly by adventure enthusiasts, families, and couples as a holiday in northeast India is sure to be a hit.

  1. Sikkim

Sikkim is popular for being the brother state in north east India. It is very easy for travelers to fall in love with Sikkim’s great mountainous kingdom. Sikkim serves as a peaceful getaway for every traveler alike as it is home to the highest motorable roads of Nathula Pass and the famous Pemayangtse Monastery. It doesn’t matter how long or short your trip lasts, Sikkim is one place that must be a part of your north east trip itinerary at any cost.

A Must Experience: Take a  bike trip via the Nathula Pass which is the highest motorable road at a height of about 4,310 meters.

Capital City: Gangtok

Must-See Attractions: Rumtek Monastery, Lake Tsomgo, Gurudongmar Lake, Pemayangtse Monastery, Zemu Glacier, and many more.

Things To Do Here: Camping at Goecha La Pass, backpacking through the Yumthang Valley of Flowers, exploring the Singalila National Park, and many more.

  1. Darjeeling

Darjeeling is located on the foothills of the Himalayas and is the little, quaint, yet one of the most famous hill stations in India. This place is known for having served as the summer getaway during the times of the British Rule. Darjeeling is mostly popular for its aromatic tea plantations, offering breathtaking views with Mount Kanchenjunga in the background, and the famous toy train. This is the place to be if you’re a nature lover who wants a quaint vibe during a holiday!

A Must Experience: You should enjoy a ride on the toy train or the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway.

Must-See Attractions: Peace Pagoda, Batasia Loop, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, and many more.

Things To Do Here: Trek to the Tiger Hills, Cycling in Senchal Wildlife Sanctuary, boating in Mirik, Tenzing Rock climbing, explore the Rock Garden, and many more.

  1. Assam

Apart from being rich in flora and fauna, Assam is a state that is all about good feels and positive vibes. It is famous for its archeological sites and vast tea plantations. Being home to one of the greatest UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Kaziranga National Park, Assam is one of the best Must-See Attractions when traveling to the north east. Assam will amaze you in every way, be it treating your taste buds to a soothing cup of chai or pampering the wildlife lover in you.

A Must Experience: Enjoy boating in Dawki River near the Indo-Bangladesh border and encounter one-horned rhinoceros at Kaziranga National Park.

Capital City: Guwahati

Must-See Attractions: Manas National Park, Kamakhya Temple, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam State Zoo & Botanical Garden, and many more.

Things To Do Here: Shopping in Jorhat, Wildlife safari at Manas National Park, Brahmaputra river cruise, experience the ecotourism of Majuli, and many more.

  1. Manipur

Manipur is famous for offering natural marvels in abundance and being a multicultural society. It is a little jewel in the heart of north east India. It is popular for being the land of festivals and is also eminent for its indigenous games, majestic hills, martial arts, rich culture, handicrafts, and handlooms. This is one place you should definitely consider to explore if you’re looking for a budget trip to north east India.

A Must Experience: Taste the Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) which is the world’s hottest pepper and shop at the Khwairamband Bazaar which is a local market with a matriarchal setting and is run only by women.

Capital City: Imphal

Must-See Attractions: Shri Govindajee Temple, war cemetery, Keibul Lamjao National Park, Sendra Island, and many more.

Things To Do Here: Watch a great performance in the theatre, take up boating in Loktak Lake, chariot ride in Many more near the border, explore the ancient Andro village, and many more.

  1. Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh literally translates into the “land of dawn-lit mountains”. It is that gem which is not quite known and is yet to be explored to the fullest. Take on an epic 5 days trip to north east India to discover what is still undiscovered. It is located in the northeastern-most extreme of India and also happens to be the largest state of all the seven sister states in the North East. This place is indeed truly blessed naturally. Yes, we all know that it’s not as famous as the other sisters, but is definitely worth a visit at least once in a lifetime.

A Must Experience: You can explore the natural beauty of Tawang which is the birthplace of Dalai Lama, and the largest monastery in India, second to the world-largest Lhasa Monastery in Tibet.

Capital City: Itanagar

Must-See Attractions: Namdapha National Park, Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary, Dirang, Daporijo, Parasuram Kund, and many more.

Things To Do Here: Trek to Sella Pass, trek to Zero, indulge in Ziro music festival, and many more.

  1. Meghalaya

Meghalaya is indeed true to its name and is known as an abode of clouds. It gained much fame for being home to the cleanest village Asian village named Mawlynnong. Ever since the time of the British Rule, Meghalaya is considered to be the Scotland of the East and is filled with natural and beautiful attractions like that of the cascading waterfalls, living root bridge, and some of the longest caves in the whole Asia. It is undoubtedly a must to visit this place, and make sure to carry a kick-ass camera!

A Must Experience: Let the charm of the living root bridge cast a magical spell on you when you explore Mawlynnong – the cleanest village in Asia.

Capital City: Shillong

Must-See Attractions: Double Decker Living Root Bridge in Cherrapunjee, Laitlum Canyon, Umiam Lake, Balpakram National Park, and many more.

Things To Do Here:  River rafting in Barapani Lake, trekking on David Scott trail, kayaking on Kynshi Riverz, camp on Khasi hills, and many more.

  1. Nagaland

Nagaland is a northeastern state that never fails to enchant anyone visiting it. It is encompassed with lush greenery, striking beauty, quixotic valleys, and massive mountains. Nagaland houses some of the aboriginal Naga tribes and is also famous for the most vibrant, colorful, and lively festivals of India that celebrate the diversity in culture and traditions of its tribes. It is perfect for a good long 10 days trip along with its sister gems. This place is sure to leave you in awe.

A Must Experience:  It is a must for everyone to witness the colors and joys of the Hornbill Festival in Nagaland. It is usually held in December.

Capital City: Kohima

Must-See Attractions: Kohima Museum, the war cemetery, Tuphema Village, Triple Falls, Kachari Ruins, Veda Peak, and many many more.

Things To Do Here: Enjoy birdwatching in Khonoma, Trekking in Dzoukou valley, taking a hike at the Japfu Peak, Wildlife safari at Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary, and many many more. Do Travel – Book Tickets, Tours and Activities Pack your bags now and get on the flight to the North East – A Part of Heaven on Earth.

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