North East region of India consists of immense unexplored beauty and some of the most mesmerizing tourist destinations in the world comprising of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Tripura, and Manipur, surrounded by international borders with Bhutan, Myanmar, Tibet and Bangladesh. All the respective destinations are unique in their own way, catering to the enjoyment of the holidaymakers with different motives while spending their vacations and schedule the itinerary depending on the amount of days you can spare for the holidays.
Renowned for the flora and fauna, wide expanse, lush hillocks, turbulent waterfalls, aromatized tea gardens - Assam known as the land of “AHOMS” is one of the most attractive places to experience. The untraveled destination of Arunachal Pradesh termed as the “Land of the Rising Sun” consists of enchanting plateaus, deep undulating valleys, and forests.
The lovely and pretty Meghalaya offers an enriching experience to the tourists visiting the state fondly known as the “Abode of Clouds”. Kanchendzunga – one of the highest peaks in the world can be witnessed from the state of Sikkim.
A journey to Tripura would surely be an awesome experience and it’s virgin terrains attracts tourists across the world. Mizoram is expected to provide a perfect holiday tour with numerous historical interest, folklore, legends and stories. Blessed with natural charm, traditional culture and spectacular views - Manipur fondly known as the Land of Jewels is home to some rare flora and fauna attractions.
Accommodations of hotels and lodges of varied budgets are available across different tourist destination. The right time to explore the North East is during winters when the climate is pleasant and moderate, so the planning of vacations can be done accordingly. Generally the rush of tourists is high during this period. North East India is a great region to explore with family or friends.
Siliguri located in West Bengal provides the Gateway to all these exotic holiday destination across the North East. Domestic and International Airports cover Guwahati in Assam, Agartala in Tripura (the second biggest after Guwahati), several domestic airlines operate regular flights to Aizawl from Kolkata, Imphal, Guwahati and other important cities of India, Imphal has a domestic airport. Extensive network of National and state highways connect all the places and especially Guwahati which can be an ideal transit point for travelling to the designated tourist destinations of the North East India.