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Explore Mountain Beauty of North East India

The eastern-most region of India with international boundaries to Bhutan, China, Nepal, Myanmar and other countries.
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The eastern-most region of India with international boundaries to Bhutan, China, Nepal, Myanmar and other countries, North-east India is the pride of India tourism full of natural beauty that you will hardly see anywhere in the country. Presenting you different views of wonders and tranquility altogether, North-East India has a charisma of its own that presents you the best of mountain beauty of Himalayas. Simply chose the right North East India travel packages that let you explore some wonders in Seven Sister States – mainly mountain views. Here are the names of some wonderful destinations and attractions to explore mountain beauty of North East India.

Pelling in Sikkim – Spend the Summer Holidays at Wonderful Hill Station

For those who have seen Shivalik and Western Ghats or any other location abroad, Pelling in Sikkim is better for them to see. Located around ten km from Gyalshing, it is a perfect place for romance and honeymoon; while for family tour lovers, there is a lot more to see here – mainly mountain beauty. You will see Pemayangste Monastery through trekking here. It is a must to add destination in your North East India tour and for those who are planning long-term India holiday packages.

Mokokchung in Nagaland – A Place No Where Else in the World in Any Similarity

Nagaland is famous for tribal villages and communities. Mokukchung district in Nagaland is different from all them that will provide you the wonderful view of mountains, greenery and tranquility at a few hours distance from Kohima – the capital city of Nagaland. You will see small villages on green hillocks inhabited by Ao Naga Tribe. Different festivals are also celebrated here all round the year.

Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh – Land of the Monpas and Buddhist Monasteries

The land of Monpas and picturesque Buddhist Monasteries, Tawang is the pride of Arunachal Pradesh tourism that is famous for sparkling lakes, cascading waterfalls and greenery everywhere. It is truly a slice of heaven to keep you busy and enticed in natural wonders. Jaswant Garh, Pankang Teng Tso Lake, Urgyelling Monastery, etc are some of the main attractions to see here.

Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh – Ideal to Explore in Summer India Holidays

It is known for flourishing paddy fields, gurgling rivulets and placid locale that will amaze you an urge you to sit at the edge of a small hillock to feel one with nature. For your summer holidays, it is ideal place for you to enjoy the best time of your holidays. Hong, Dutta, Bamn and Hija at the distance of 10 km from Ziro are wonderful villages to see.

Shillong in Meghalaya – See for Some Good Reasons

When it comes to tranquility, less population, neat and clean roads, beautiful girls and greenery along with the amazing views of mountain ranges, no other place stands equal to Shillong. The beautiful city is also known for hosting lavish accommodation and the most contemporary lifestyle. Ward’s Lake, Shillong Peak, Elephant Falls, Laitlum Canyons, Lady Hydari Park, shillong golf course, Don Bosco Centre for Indigenous Cultures, etc are names a few of some wonderful places to see here.

Cherapunji in Meghalaya – The Rainiest Place on Earth

Located at the distance of 58 km from Shillong, Cherapunji is the wettest places on earth. It is a perfect place for those who want to capture natural beauty. Some of the liveliest waterfalls in Cherapunji are Seven Sisters’ falls, Dainthlen Waterfalls, Mawsmai Falls. Don’t miss to see David Scott Memorial, Eco Park, and Khasi Monoliths.

Tsomgo Lake in Sikkim – Beautiful and Crystal Clear

It is a must to add destination in your North East India travel packages during your India holiday plans. Located at an altitude of 3780 meter above sea level, it is around 38 km from Gangtok exuding ethereal view for the surrounding mountain ranges of the Himalayas. It remains frozen till mid June; while the surrounding areas of the lake are inhabited by the red Panda and several species of birds.

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