Ours is a country filled with gorgeous mountains, pristine rivers, untouched valleys, and everything amazing your mind can imagine. From the pious ghats of Banaras to the strikingly beautiful virgin forests of the Northeast, India surprises you with everything it has got and then leaves you with a mixed feeling of peace and restlessness at the same time, as you end up craving for more. Such is the magic of trotting around the geographical boundaries of this historic country.
And today in this blog, we will discover places to visit in Northeast India and why holidaying here should be on your travel bucket list.
The Indian subcontinent has been blessed with a great religious and ethnic quotidian life which you can experience in full gusto on your trip here.
Furthermore, the subtropical climatic conditions combined with heavy monsoons, make this vast geographical region a truly magical travel getaway to explore and reminisce about in your memories.
And if you are lucky, who knows, you might even get to witness the ecological diversity of this region. From One Horned Rhinoceros, Elephants, Tigers, and several other species of fauna and flora, you get to witness the wildlife in plenty here.
So, without any more ado, let’s get to know more about these seven treasure troves of India in a tad bit more detail.
Arunachal Pradesh is just the perfect place to explore the uncommon blend of simplicity and stunning natural beauty. The wide range of wildlife will keep you hooked and desiring for more & more. Plus, the beauty of those high-altitude meadows only adds to the lustrous charm of Arunachal Pradesh: a unique geographical concoction of snowcapped peaks & dense thick woods.
Talking about the climate, this state experiences a subtropical to temperate climate; all in all the weather conditions remain pleasant throughout the year.
And if you happen to be a foodie, then don’t forget to taste Pika Pila, Bamboo Shoot on your trip to this incredible land. Moving on to tourist attractions, some of the best places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh are Ziro Valley, Itanagar, Mechuka, Namdapha National Park.
Probably one of the least travelled places in India, Assam is yet another gem of a travel getaway that opens up a whole new world of travel possibilities to the wanderer. Majorly famous as the land of tea production, it has so much more than just tea to entice the tourists. Yes, the breath-taking landscapes, the wide and graceful rivers, untouched forests are all that make Assam an unforgettable travel destination to visit in India. Here are a few handpicked getaways for you: Manas National Park, Majuli, Kaziranga National Park.
Assam can experience heavy rainfalls and high humidity levels. However, mostly, the climatic conditions are favourable to travel around and explore more of its nuances.
While on your trip to Assam, don’t forget to munch on Maasor Tenga, Aloo Pitika, Pitha.
One of the most beautiful states of North-East India, Meghalaya is loaded with everything from scrumptious delicacies, unique events & festivals to the striking beauty of nature. Also referred to as the abode of clouds, Meghalaya has been blessed with great climatic conditions; perhaps that is one reason why it is also named as the abode of clouds.
One of the truly heartwarming places to visit in Meghalaya would be Cherrapunji, a fine travel destination that witnesses the maximum amount of rainfall in India. Other best places to visit in Meghalaya would be Shillong, Guwahati, Dawki, the famous root bridges, etc. And if you want to know how the cleanest village in all of Asia looks like then don’t forget to travel to Mawlynnong. Due to all this and more, Meghalaya is truly one of the most loved holiday places in India.
The land of Manipur is richly fostered with the generosity of nature. The pleasant climatic conditions of Manipur makes your travel time spent here all the more memorable. If you happen to be a foodie and lover of collecting cultural memorabilia, then this is one tourist attraction in India which you mustn’t miss out on visiting. Here you will get every opportunity to splurge on local handicrafts to eating to your heart’s content at the best local markets.
Talking about the places to visit in Manipur, don’t forget to visit Buddha Temple, Ujjayanta Palace, Neermahal, Tripura Sundari Temple, Keibul Lamjao National Park, and the list seems to be endless.