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Travelling to Northeast India will invariably invoke the storyteller in you.
Reasons to visit North East India
From the snow capped peaks of the soaring Himalayan mountains, to the grassy plains of Assam and the steamy forests and majestic waterfalls of Meghalaya – North East India showcases unspoilt nature at its finest!
The awe-inspiring natural landscapes of the state are dotted with several seminal Buddhist monasteries. The most important of them all is Tawang Monastery, founded in 1680. It also happens to be the largest monastery in India.
The culture of north-eastern states are characterised by the diverse ethnic groups settled in the region. Each tribe has its own distinct custom, cuisine, attire and dialect. One of these tribes is the Konyak, the last remaining headhunter clans of the region.
Rare gastronomic experience
The cuisines from the eight north-eastern states couldn’t be more different from that of mainland Indian food. For one, the use of spices is kept to a minimum.
Challenging trekking routes
For the adventurous soul, north-east India presents some challenging trekking routes accompanied by spectacular views. The Bailey Trail Trek in Arunachal Pradesh follows the ancient trade route connecting India, Tibet and Myanmar.
Flora and Fauna
The richness of natural beauty, the serenity of eastern Himalayas, and the exotic flora and fauna of North East India tours makes this place an indispensable location for the development of eco-tourism.
Some interesting Facts about Northeast India
Did you know?
Arunachal Pradesh is where the sun can be seen first in India
Mawlynnong is not only Asia's Cleanest Village, but also has 100% Literacy
One Horned Rhino
The Indian Rhinoceros, also known as the one-horned rhino, is found exclusively in the Northeast
Mawsynram in Meghalaya holds the Guinness World Record of being the wettest place on Earth.
Assam is that it is the only place on this planet which produces the Gold Silk or locally called Muga Silk.
Northeast India is a haven for music lovers. From ZIRO VALLEY to HORNBILL, Northeast India is all about music.