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6 Must-Visit Places in Northeast India

Updated on September 2, 2020
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Have you ever been to Northeast India or have you ever heard of the beautiful places that exist only in Northeast? If not then this article will provide you valuable information about the incredible region. In this article, you will know about Northeast India and some of the amazing places, which people are unaware of it. So without any questions, let us drive deep into the world of Northeast.

About Northeast:

The Northeastern part of India contains a total of seven States- Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Nagaland, and Tripura. Due to these seven States, it is also known as “Seven Sisters of North-East”. Among these, Guwahati city (located in Assam) is the gateway to the Northeast and is one of the largest cities in the entire Northeast. Talking about the landscape, these region have variety of places to explore.

This region is unique from the rest of the country. They have its own topography, climate, cultures, festivals, monuments, and spirituality. The region is so charming that you won’t simply able to forget the memories of your trip. You will find the highest rainfall region in the world to beautiful snow cap mountains. In addition, you would not like to miss the nature’s marvelous creation of Meghalaya. So without any delay, let’s explore the best six places of Northeast India.

1. Kaziranga National Park- Assam

Kaziranga National Park is a world heritage site, which is not only famous in India but also whole world because it comprises two-thirds of the world’s great One-horned Rhinoceros. It is located between two districts (Golaghat and Nogaon) within the state of Assam. A wide range of animals and birds are seen almost every time during their season. Some of them are – Wild Asiatic Water Ox, Giant Elephant, Eastern Swamp Deer, Gaur, Sambar, Muntjac, Wild Boar, Hog Deer, Indian Tigers, Leopards, Great Indian Hornbill, Wreathed Hornbill, and Black-necked. With all those nature's beauty, you would like to visit the Botanical Garden, which deals with more than thousands of different species of plants making the area more magical and natural.

2. Living Root Bridge- Meghalaya

Fabricated bridges are the wonderful creation but the natural marvel of living root bridges in Meghalaya is astounding. It is a unique bridge, created naturally. UNESCO has recognized these living root bridges as a World Heritage Sites. It is said that the bridges are almost 500 years old and made up of rubber tree roots (also referred to as Ficus elastica tree).

3. Sela Pass- Arunachal Pradesh

Sela Pass is located at the high altitude of mountain region in the state of Arunachal Pradesh where you will be able to feel a chunk of heaven. The snow are seen almost whole of the year and therefore the snow covered mountains make this place a Paradise to visit. The interesting fact here is, it has around 101 lakes near the pass.

4. Dawki River- Meghalaya

Meghalaya is the most beautiful state in Northeast India, packed with lush green hills and mountains, beautiful waterfalls and cloud-covered natural landscapes. Dawki River is a tourist attraction place in Meghalaya. Dawki River (also called as Umngot River) is a crystal clear river where a boat looks like floating in air because of the clear and fresh water one can ready to see the bottom surface.

5. Dzokou Valley- Nagaland

The Dzokou Valley, also called as ‘Valley of Flower’ considered being one among the foremost attracting places of Nagaland. This beautiful valley has covered with carpet of Dzukou Lily all around. It is mainly located between the borders of Manipur and Nagaland. One who loves trekking, and looking out for a magical place then Dzokou Valley is an amazing choice for such explorer.

6. Kiphire- Nagaland

Kiphire is the famous district of Nagaland. Kiphire has beautiful scenery with both the greenery and winter snow between different seasons. One can find the Saramati peak (3840 above sea level) which is located under Pungro sub-division. Moreover, you would not wish to miss the Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary where you will find Blyth’s Tragopan, Hornbill, and hill peacocks. Among these, the river Zungki is another attractive spot in Kiphire district.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.



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