North East India boasts of places with enormous beauty and nature’s glory. Lying amidst the hill tops, in the picturesque valleys, you are forced to paint a heavenly picture of the place. November to May are the finest months to travel to the North-East.While you decide to pay a visit to the beauty of North Eastern regions, here are some places that should hit your travel list.
Must Visit Places In The North East
1.Country’s largest Monastery, Tawang Monastery
Standing at a height of 10,000 feets in Tawang city of Arunachal Pradesh the monastery is famous for its celestial beauty. Therefore, for breath-taking views of skies and valleys, you should plan to visit it on a full moon night. It has around 850 sculptures to appreciate.
2. Gorichen Peak
With the largest monastery, Arunachal Pradesh also offers you a chance to trek, camp and climb its highest peak i.e. The Gorichen peak. It is 22500 high hence, possesses a great challenge for the climbers.
3. Kaziranga National Park for one horned Rhino
Listed among the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO, the park in Assam is a home to Great Indian One Horned Rhino. It also has the highest number of tigers among the protected areas of the world. Elephant safaris give you an amazing experience of watching different species around the park.
4. Tap to the beats of Ziro Festival in Ziro Valley
Ziro festival is a prodigious occasion of music revelry which takes place in the Ziro Valley of Arunachal Pradesh. The festival delights its audience in the month of September for 4 days every year. Also, many reputed National and Internaltional bands are a part of the greatest Indian outdoor festival. You cannot afford to miss the zeal and energy of the magnificent festival on your visit to the North Eastern regions.
5. Get adventurous at Siang River
The river rafting activity is all set to give you chills as you step near the Siang River. Furthermore, the waters of Brahmaputra are playful offering you Grade 3 and Grade 4 rapids. Visit during the month of October or early November if you don’t want to experience very violent tides.
If in search of solace, you must visit Ravangla, a small town in southern part of Sikkim. It sets you to stand out of the crowd cherishing the serenity of flowers in summers and snow-clad peaks in winters. Ralong hot springs, Borong, Buddha Park are some of the famous attractions of the town.
7.Visit the largest river Island, The Majuli Island
Lying in the lap of Brahmaputra River, Majuli Island is a home to a number of tribes. The lush green place was once the cultural capital of Assamese civilization. The growth of waters around the land has resulted in its shrinking. Therefore, do not delay further and pay a visit to the beautiful land before its vanishes.
It is the largest lake in Nagaland which is surrounded by pines and scenic landscapes. It forms an image of human footprint if viewed from the top. There are legends associated with Queen of the lake from Lünadvü village. In order to uncover the story behind the Queen of the Lake, your next destination should be Shilloi for sure.
These are a handful of places which desire your visit at least once. Some other being Cherrapunji, Madhuri Lake, Govinda Jee Temple, Talatal Ghar and last but not the least limestone deposits at Jaintia Hills.
So, Get Ready to Explore the Natural Tranquility with the North East regions of India.