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Why North East India

Visiting North East is once in a lifetime experience. Comprising of 8 beautiful states, this area is covered with dense forests & formidable mountains. One can easily capture the exciting melange of cultures & diversity in every form.

Northeast India is a region located in the northeastern part of India and comprises of eight states – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, and Sikkim. The region is known for its diverse landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and diverse flora and fauna. North East India tourism boasts of picturesque valleys and meadows, lush green forests, pristine lakes, and more. Consisting of 8 states, previously also known as the Seven Sisters of India, recently Sikkim joined the seven sister states as a brother,  these states are famous for their beauty far and wide. To this day, many places in the north eastern part of India remain unexplored and are, therefore, great for a serene, offbeat holiday experience.

Tucked in amidst Bangladesh, Bhutan, Tibet and Myanmar, North East India is known for its varied diversity, in culture, traditions, food, landscapes and more. It is also the only part of the country where one can find numerous different species of orchids, rhododendrons and other exotic flowers. Consisting of some of the best forests, ancient monasteries, snow-capped mountain ranges and tranquil waterfalls, this part of India exudes magic in its very essence.

Northeast India is rich in natural beauty, with rolling hills, pristine forests, and serene lakes. The region is home to several wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, including the Kaziranga National Park in Assam, known for its one-horned rhinoceroses, and the Manas National Park in Assam and Bhutan, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The region is also known for its tea plantations and is one of the largest tea-growing regions in the world. 

A treasure trove of beautiful places, you can soak in the ambience of the cleanest village in Asia, take a walk on the oldest living root bridges in the world, watch clouds pass above you, catch a glimpse of the one-horned rhinoceros and more in North east India. You can also enjoy boating around a river island, in addition to gorging on some of the most delicious dumplings (momos) in this land. Whether you are traveling solo, or with friends and family, north east India tourism is an experience like no other.

Northeast India has a rich cultural heritage, with numerous tribal communities that have their own unique traditions, customs, and languages. These communities have preserved their way of life for centuries, and their customs and beliefs are an integral part of the region's cultural heritage. The region is also known for its traditional handicrafts, such as bamboo weaving, pottery, and textiles.

The region's economy is largely driven by agriculture, tourism, and handicrafts. Despite its natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.

In conclusion, Northeast India is a region that is rich in natural beauty, cultural heritage, and diversity. Despite the challenges it faces, it has the potential to become one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the country and an important contributor to the country's economy.

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Assam

Lazily sprawled like one prehistoric behemoth, Assam is very well located along the length of the Brahmaputra valley. It is one of the biggest and definitely the most accessible of the different North Eastern States of India. A cuisine with distinctive flavours and aromas, string of Hindu temples that top the list of attractions, no requirement of permits, a welcoming and hospitable population of the locals, ...

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Meghalaya

An abode of clouds, the rolling hills around the town and the hill station of one of the smallest states of India, Meghalaya. With the best places to visit in its geography synonymous to heaven, is the painting hung on your drawing-room wall, a collage of memories yet to be lived.

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Nagaland

Nagaland, a lush green mountainous state in the north eastern India which borders Myanmar is a home to diverse culture, traditions and lifestyle of tribal groups who live their life amid the naturally blessed land. When you visit this place, you will like you are on a completely different planet because the serenity and tranquility which you will experience here is like nowhere else in the world and you will surely be awestruck with the mesmerizing views of the nature here.

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Arunachal Pradesh

The last frontier of India’s tourism, the virginal Arunachal Pradesh comes across as a gigantic patch of the unchartered green on the map of India. The wildest and definitely the least explored state of the country, Arunachal Pradesh is also known as the Land of Dawn-lit Mountains. It rises precipitously from the plains of the Assam as a large mall of densely forested and fatally steep hills which finally tower off as the snow-capped peaks along the border of Tibet.

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Tripura

The themes of tourist interest in Tripura array from adventure and culture to wildlife and arts and crafts. Such is the kind of dissimilar travel experience that this place promises. In terms of geography, the state is noticeable by the presence of five major hill ranges which outspread from north to south and then extend southwards till they meet the Chittagong Hill Tract in Bangladesh.

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Sikkim

A fairytale land undeniably, Sikkim is ornamented with glistening high altitude lakes, azure rivers, rolling green mountains, pretty rhododendron groves, milky waterfalls and vivid monasteries. The west-most Northeastern state of Sikkim is manifestly an abode of beauty, however, it does have a window of opening for adventure. Not to forget, the state is famous for its unbelievable view of the third highest mountain in the world, Mount Khangchendzonga/Kanchenjunga.

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