10 Must Visit Places in North East India
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10 Must Visit Places in North East India

10 Must Visit Places in North East India: North East India is a land of rippling hills and plains surrounded by lush greenery forest and variety of flora and fauna to explore. North East India consists of 8 states which are popularly known as seven sisters state namely (Manipur, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Shillong, Mizoram, Assam, and Tripura) and one brother state (Sikkim) together brings the real and exotic surprises for every traveler.

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North East India states are well known for its rich in natural beauty, culture, biodiversity, unique wildlife, people and much more. Although, the North Eastern states are not much established onto the traveler’s guide or map and quite unfamiliar to most of the people in the country, yet the 8 North East states have its own some amazing charm that will make you come over. Here, in this post, I am going to bring the 10 must visit places in North East India.

10 Must Visit Places in North East India

Here are the 10 must visit places in North East India that will surely make your feet sweep and also to explore. Just come over here and enjoy the lovely greenery hill stations of North East.

#1: Ravangla in Sikkim

Ravangla is one of the famous tourist town attraction located in the southern part of Sikkim which is about 7000 ft above sea level. The beautiful and serenity of the flowers around during the summer season and its snow clad peaks during the winters welcomes the travelers to explore.

Ravangla in Sikkim

Ravangla is best to visit during the months of April to June and September to January. Those birdwatchers can enjoy watching the Himalayan Migratory birds at the Ralang Monastery about 6 Km away from Ravangla.

Ravangla is also famous for viewing the Himalayan peaks, can go trekking to Maenam Wildlife Sanctuary and much more exciting activities to do.

#2: Dawki in Meghalaya

Dawki in Meghalaya is one of the beautiful towns in the North East India and a must visit place located in the Jaintia Hills. Dawki is also a road border crossing between India-Bangladesh. The place is famous for its freely flowing Umngot River or the Dawki in Meghalaya, Shillong gives you the best and awesome mesmerizing view of the city.

dawki

Here, in Dawki, in the month of March, every year holds annual boat race. So, if you want to enjoy the annual boat race and also the crowds cheering then March would the perfect time to visit otherwise, you can also explore the Dawki Bridge built by the Britishers over the river.

#3: Unakoti in Tripura

Unakoti is one of the famous hill station in Tripura and also a popular tourist spot located in the district of North Tripura. Here, you will explore the rock carved figures, stone images of Lord Shiva, stone images of Maa Durga standing on a lion, images of Nandi Bull and figures of Gigantic Ganesha are among best images to see.

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In the month of April every year, there held a big fair called the Ashokastami Mela where huge pilgrims from every corner of the state come for a visit.

#4: Jampui Hills in Tripura

Jampui Hills is the state’s highest hill range which also located in the North Tripura district adjoining with Mizoram state. Jampui Hill is famous for the orange festival that conducts every year in the month of November and also the best tourist spot to view the sunrise as well as the twilight.

jampui hills

The beautiful greenery forests and wonderful hills are being occupied by the Mizo people. Not only that, the beautiful Jampui Hill is also famous for offering the exciting points to view the villages of Mizoram and also the Valleys.

#5: Cherrapunji in Meghalaya

Cherapunji is the World’s wettest place in Meghalaya North East India. This is the only place known in the world for receiving the maximum rainfall throughout every year.  Cherrapunji has become one of the tourist attraction spots that has the capability of surprising you with real natural beauty.

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Several Tourists are visiting the place to view and experience the thrill of exploring the famous Seven Sister’s Falls, Mawsmai Caves, living Root Bridges, Shillong Peak and Nohkalikai Falls, etc. In all, you can enjoy the tropical flora and fauna of the place and it is a must visit places in the North East India.

#6: Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh is one among the World Heritage Site due to its mesmerising natural beauty and a perfect must visit destinations in the North East India. The Valley is rich in Bio-Diversity, famous for Sidheshvar Temple that has the highest Siva Lingam in the country, as well as rich in uneven Hillocks, Paddy fields and other natural adventures to explore. You can take some time off from your daily busy schedules if you need some peace of mind and relaxation.

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Visiting Ziro Valley will also fill you with unforgettable memories by attending the 3 days & night rock concert that used organize towards the end of September every year. So, plan your trips accordingly and enjoy the beauty of the place bringing with you a handful memories.

#7: Majuli in Assam

Majuli in Assam is one of the large river island settled in the Brahmaputra River in the south and North Kherkutia Xuti that is joined by Subansiri River. This beautiful river island is formed at the heart of mighty Brahmaputra and the backgrounds are flaunted with mesmerizing natural scenic beauty along with water bodies blooming with flowers and paddy fields all around will just amaze you.

majuli island

During your visit to Majuli, you can also enjoy the traditional dramas like Bhaona which are worth watching. The locals used the rich collections of jewelry, dresses, and masks to represent the mythical characters. Some of the masks and dresses are handmade by the locals.

#8: Gangtok

If you are planning to visit Gangtok anytime then you are sure to feel the clouds closer to you that will make feel wonderful. Gangtok is the capital of Sikkim located at an elevation of 1640 m perched on the Eastern Himalayan Range.

gangtok city

Gangtok is famous for the lifestyle of chilling out in the hip of MG Marg, and ropeway through the bi-cable Zig back to view some amazing breathtaking sights surrounding the place, etc. Gangtok has really something to offer you real surprises for every traveler. So, just make a plan and enjoy exploring the beauty of Gangtok in Sikkim sometime.

#9: Dzukou Valley in Nagaland

Dzukou Valley is a famous and must visit destinations in the Northeast India of Nagaland. The valley is famous fo enchanting. So, if you want to get some relaxation and away from all your daily tensions then you must visit the Dzukou Valley and keep yourself always rejuvenated with the beautiful flora and fauna surrounded all over.

Dzukou valley

The enchanting Dzukou Valley is located at the border between Nagaland and Manipur about 2452 m above sea level. The valley is also famous for seasonal flowers that have several varieties of flowers.

#10: Champhai in Mizoram

Champhai in Mizoram is one of the beautiful places to visit surrounded by the hills. The place is famous for rich in the natural beauty of different flora and fauna as well as rich in cultural life. The climate here is pleasant where grapes are good to grow.

champhai mizoram

The places of interest of Champhai, Mizoram are like the Thasiama Seno Neihna Plateau, Murlen National Park, and the Mizo Hlakungpui Mual.

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So, these are the top 10 must-visit places in North East India and must not miss out the opportunities to explore the real beauty of the Seven Sisters states and one brother state. The amazing and exotic flora and fauna of North East India greet everyone. Start making a plan to visit these beautiful places and refresh you mind while exploring the real surprises that these places has in store for you.

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Sangita Debbarma

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