North East

A Hidden Gem: Kamalabari, Assam

Kamalabari is a small township on the island of Majuli in Assam and is located at a distance of around 19 km from Nimati Ghat. The town of Kamalabari is the main gateway to the longest river island in the world...

The largest river island in the world: Majuli, Assam

Situated deep in the heart of the mighty Brahmaputra river in the north-eastern state of Assam is the island of Majuli. India's first island district, it is also the largest river island in the world. Majuli is...

7 Days Backpacker Blueprint: Assam & Meghalaya

Here is The Land Of Wanderlust blueprint to a backpacking road trip around the North Eastern states of Assam and Meghalaya. In Assam we will backpack to Majuli the largest river island in the world and Kazirang...

Where the dead Nagas live on: Longkhum, Nagaland

Situated at an altitude of around 6056 feet above sea level is the Ao Naga village of Longkhum. The village of Longkhum is located 17 km from the town of Mokokchung which is the district headquarters of the pla...

The oldest Ao Naga tribal village: Ungma, Nagaland

Around 10 km south from the town of Mokokchung in Nagaland lies the historic village of Ungma. The village of Ungma is the most ancient Ao villages and today is of great tourist interest. One can view the folkl...

The cultural capital: Mokokchung, Nagaland

Situated at an altitude of around 4,430 feet above sea level is the town of Mokokchung which is also the headquarters of the district by the same name. The town of Mokokchung has an exquisitely picturesque land...

Mystic, yet marvelous: Nagaland, India

Hidden among the mountains of India's northeast is the state of Nagaland which has always evoked a sense of mysticism and awe. This feeling has been intensified by the remoteness of Nagaland’s geographical loca...

The origin of the Naga tribes: Khezakeno, Nagaland

Around 60 km from the state capital of Kohima in the Phek district of Nagaland lies the legendary Naga village of Khezakeno. This is supposed to be the place where all the Naga tribes actually originated from. ...
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