The northeast of India is the most unexplored part of India in the post the Covid era. But things are changing in terms of tourism with network spreading all over the north east this is one game changer that is attracting families to explore this region.
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If you’re planning a trip to North east, India with your family then this is a list of places worth travelling to.
1. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh:
Known as the land of the rising sun, Tawang is at the far east of India. with the sun rise at 4 am and bordering China and Bhutan. This is literally mini Tibet in all the correct aspects. The monastery along with the snow points Bumla, Y junction & Sangestar lake are a must visit. Make sure you make an ILP before traveling to Tawang.
2. Gangtok and Nathula Pass, Sikkim:
Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim, is a peaceful hill station with monasteries, viewpoints, and delicious local cuisine. Nathula Pass, located at the Indo-China border, offers breathtaking scenery and a chance to experience the chilly mountain weather.
3. Kaziranga National Park, Assam:
Famous for its one-horned rhinoceros population, Kaziranga National Park is a wildlife lover’s paradise. Explore the lush green forests, spot numerous bird species, and take a thrilling elephant or jeep safari.
4. Shillong, Meghalaya:
Known as the ‘Scotland of the East,’ Shillong is a picturesque hill station surrounded by pine forests and waterfalls. The famous Elephant Falls, Shillong Peak, and the beautiful Umiam Lake are must-visit attractions.
5. Loktak Lake , Manipur:
The largest fresh water Lake in all of North East India and without doubt the most beautiful part of India. With floating islands and a national park which floats Loktak is a dream come through kind of a place. Plan for a minimum of three to four nights while going to Loktak Lake.
6. Dawki, Meghalaya:
Situated on the border of India and Bangladesh, Dawki is one such place which will leave you spell bound with love for nature. Crystal clear water and untouched natural beauty this is the place which will give you the thrill of a life time.
7. Majuli, Assam:
Majuli is the world’s largest river island, located in the Brahmaputra River. It is known for its unique culture, traditional art forms, and lush green surroundings. Explore the numerous monasteries, interact with the locals, and witness the majestic sunsets.
8. Agartala, Tripura:
Agartala is the capital city of Tripura and offers a mix of historical, cultural, and natural attractions. The Ujjayanta Palace, Neermahal Palace, and the picturesque Dumboor Lake are popular tourist spots.
9. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh:
Ziro is a scenic town situated amidst the beautiful pine-covered hills of Arunachal Pradesh. Enjoy the stunning landscapes, visit the Apatani tribal villages, and attend the famous Ziro Music Festival.
10. Kohima, Nagaland:
Kohima is the capital city of Nagaland and offers a blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. Visit the World War II Cemetery, explore the Hornbill Festival, and take in the stunning views from the Kohima War Memorial.