If you have been travelling in India for a considerable amount of time then you must know that how exuberant and diverse this country is!
Multicultural, diverse, intriguing, incredible, beautiful are some of the adjectives which can perhaps be used to describe this beautiful country called India. Yes, it is not a destination or some regular place. It is an experience in itself.
India is a land of geographical curiosity where you can explore and discover one amazing destination after another without getting bored and the whole experience will leave you astounded to your core.
Yes, be it the rich history of the North, the culture of the South, or secret destinations of the East, everything about our land is just so beautiful and picture-perfect.
But while we know several Indian getaways like the back of our hand, what we talk about the least is North East India. The essence of nature that flows in the very air of this place is simply terrific and worth paying attention to. Let’s discover some of the most amazing secret destinations in North East India which must be definitely on your travel list.
Known as one of the finest creations of nature, the Living Roots Bridges offer a wonderful experience to the tourists. And owing to their majestic aura they are one of the biggest attractions in Meghalaya. What is even more intriguing is the fact that these bridges are so strong that they can hold up to 50 people in one go. Can you believe that?
Inhabited by Khasi and Jaintia tribes this place is situated very deep in the tropical forests of Meghalaya and is really an amazing place shrouded in clouds and rains for the most part of the year. If you ever visit this place for the first time then you will simply find yourself astounded with the magical beauty of this place.
Sandakphu is the highest peak in West Bengal offering some of the most enchanting and delightful views of the grand peaks of the state like Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, etc. It is truly a great experience to see the whole cluster of Himalayan mountains standing tall in front of our eyes.
It feels like a completely out-of-world experience. Did you know that the Kanchenjunga cluster is also known as the “Sleeping Buddha”, owing to its appearance? Yes, the Kumbhkarna mountain forms the head and face of the Buddha while the Kanchenjunga makes for the upper body. And the other peaks which form the sleeping Buddha are Kokthang, Rathong, Kabru South, Kabru North, Simvo and Tenzingkhang, Jubanu, and Narsing.