Northeast India is a charming confluence of a myriad cultures, landscapes and tribes. The mighty Himalayas create an imposing backdrop against verdant forests, gushing streams, pristine rivers and rolling hills. The idyllic Northeast is a treasure trove of natural wonders and yet remains an enigma, largely unexplored. We have gone into the remote hinterlands of the Northeast. We know the terrain, the places, the festivals, the foods, the tribes, the temples, palaces and legends. We are the experts and want to share our expertise with you. If you are planning a trip to the Northeast, here’s a list of the must-visit places and festivals in every state. We offer guided tours to many of the places included in the list. Read on to see which of these catches your fancy and if it’s not on our catalogue of listed tours, we can arrange a customised trip just for you.
The land of sprawling tea estates and the mighty Brahmaputra and home to the One-Horned Rhino, Assam is a treasure trove of natural wonders. From luxury river cruises to wildlife safaris in the jungle; from the holy Kamakhya pilgrimage to sampling exotic flavours of the local cuisine, Assam has much to offer to the intrepid traveller. Here’s our list of the top 20 things to do and places to visit in Assam:
Arunachal Pradesh is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations for a getaway in the northeast. Nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, the remote valleys in Arunachal are home to some of the most beautiful trekking trails on one hand and the seat of Buddhist spiritualism on the other. Here, we’ve compiled a list of the top 20 attractions of this beautiful state.
Manipuri culture is steeped in the legend of the Hindu Lord Govind or Krishna and his consort Radha. References to Radha- Krishna can be found wherever you go in Manipur: in its temples, music, dance and tribal festivals. Here’s our list of the top 15 attractions of Manipur:
Welcome to Meghalaya! With its scenic locales, intriguing legends and vibrant festivals Meghalaya offers a treasure trove of delights for the northeast traveller. Here’s our list of the top 20 attractions in the Abode of Clouds:
These are just some of the attractions that Meghalaya has to offer. There are hundreds of other hidden gems just waiting to be explored. So come to the northeast and create your own list of its wonders.
Nagaland is one of the remotest states in the northeast. Home to a vast population of indigenous tribes, Nagaland remains an enigma to many; its exquisite natural beauty undiscovered. From trekking trails to tribal legends, Nagaland is a rich reserve of natural and anthropological treasures for the intrepid traveller. Journey into the hinterlands of Nagaland, and experience the blissful peace of its secluded valleys. Find out the intriguing histories of Naga tribes and discover some of their unique customs. Here’s our list of the top 20 attractions of Nagaland:
Kanchenjungha frames an imposing backdrop to the small hill-state of Sikkim. Adventure sports and outdoors dominate a major part of Sikkim tourism. Trekking, river rafting in addition to more extreme sports like bungee jumping, paragliding and hang gliding draw thousands of tourists to this quaint hill-state every year. This top 20 list includes our favourite places to see and things to do in Sikkim.
Tripura is a picturesque hill state in northeast India bordered by Mizoram in the east and Bangladesh in the north, south and west frontiers. This erstwhile princely state echoes its monarchal past in the imposing palaces and temples dotted across the land and its royal legacy is a popular refrain in much of Tripura’s history and culture. Here’s our list of the top 15 things to see and do in Tripura: