The countries are mostly unexplored, pride in the way they live naturally, and their people are profoundly respectful and environmental. The Indian Tourist’s radar somehow has been not used by Shillong, Gangtok, Nagaland, Tawang, Majuli, and Meghalaya.
Now is the time to change this. You will discover its beauty, which will undoubtedly sweep you off your feet with the majestic lush green valleys, mountains, flowing rivers and impressive monasteries, cultural cultures, and customs.
We bring you 10 Places in North East India That Once in a Lifetime You Should Visit if You Love Exploring Nature, Culture & Heritage.
1. Nohsngithiang View
The ‘Seven Sisters Fall’ is named for the enchanting sight provided by seven waterfalls that cascade the hill into the valley ‘s water. The secret treasure of Meghalaya is Nohsngithiang Waterfall.
2. Majuli Island, Assam
Awesome Assam Island is India’s first island neighborhood and accessible only by ferries from the town of Jorhat. The largest island comprises the Brahmaputra River and its affluents and unique fauna and flora with rare and endangered species of avifauna.
3. Lake Tsomgo, Sikkim
Tsomgos lake or Changu lake is another of Sikkim’s most lovely glacial lakes, at an elevation of 12,313 ft.
4. Phawngpui Park, Mizoram
The Phawngpui National Park or Mizoram Blue Mountains is the home of amazing birdlife, trees, diverse grasses, and flowers, as well as the highest mountain peaks in the state and natural resort.
5. Touphema Village, Nagaland
Touphema is the oldest heritage village, built in the architectural style of Naga for visitors. Touphema Tourism Village of Nagaland. In North-East India, the town is the most popular tourist attraction and the Naga Social System and culture museum.
6. Dzükou Valley
The Dzukou Valley, also known as the ‘Valley of the Northeast’ Flowers, is no less than a residence of God on the borders of Manipur and Nagaland. The most beautiful and fragrant flowers can be seen in this place somewhere else.
7. Umngot River, Meghalaya
Dawki town is on the border between India and Bangladesh in the West Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya. Umngot River in Dawki is the secret gem of Meghalaya and a spot of clear water on the river.
8. Singalila Ridge, West Bengal
Singalila Ridge belongs to the Singalila National Park and houses one of West Bengal ‘s two highest peaks, Sandakphu and Phalut.
9. Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh
The Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh is a destination renowned for its stunning natural beauty, listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Unexplored Paradise in North East India. In the Valley, the Apatani tribes of Arunachal Pradesh are located 115 km from the capital of Itanagar, and the famous hills of pine-covered rice fields.
10. Shillong – Surrounded by Rolling Hills
Shillong is probably the best choice in north-eastern India for those who want to enjoy their summer holidays. Shillong is a tourist destination thanks to the shimmering lakes, the green hills with pine trees, magical waterfalls.
Hope you like these ten north-east unexplored places in India, you should visit at least once in life.
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