North East India- The Paradise Unexplored


 You may have come to India for varied reasons and exploring new places could be one of them. The quest to search for something new gave you an idea to discover India. Let us unravel the hidden gems by exploring the famous “Seven Sisters” of Indian paradise.

The alluring land of Northeast India is one of the most treasured eco-friendly sites in the entire world. This remote and enigmatic land of natural abundance is still untouched by the outside world.

Fuel your vacation memories with majestic mountains, intoxicating flora, and equally exotic flora. This north-eastern land is a beautiful amalgamation of culture, heritage and nature.

Experience the unadulterated form of Indian ecstasy. Plan your northeast India trip & get the chance to explore the unexplored.

 

What states come under Seven Sisters

  • Arunachal Pradesh (Itanagar)
  • Assam (Dispur)
  •  Manipur (Imphal)
  • Meghalaya (Shillong)
  • Mizoram (Aizawl)
  • Nagaland (Kohima)
  • Tripura (Agartala)


These Seven Sisters are interdependent on one another and are connected to India via Siliguri Corridor. Hence, that is the only way to reach the Seven Sister States. Come & immerse yourself in the exotic beauty on your North East India tour.





Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh is the largest state of the Seven Sisters. Exotic greens and lush blues, make Arunachal Pradesh a candid state to explore. Spanning over an area of 83743 sq km, Arunachal Pradesh is the 24th state of Indian Union. It is home to wide mammalian populations and boasts of varied flora and fauna in the proximity.


Facts of Arunachal Pradesh

  • Capital: Itanagar
  • Official Language – English
  • Main spoken Languages – Nishi, Apatani, Adi, Bengali, Monpa, Assamese, Dafia, Miji, Wancho, Tagin
  • Area – 83, 743 sq km

Places to Visit in Arunachal Pradesh

  • Tawang
  • Roing
  • Itanagar
  • Bomdila
  • Ziro
  • Anini
  • Bhalukpong
  • Along
  • Dirang
  • Pasighat


Assam

Known for its wildlife, archaeological sites and tea plantations, Assam is a beatific destination to explore in North East India. Located on the banks of brahmputra river, Assam is one of the biggest state of the famous "seven sisters of India". An authentic heaven, Assam shares borders with Bangladesh and Bhutan. The state brags its energetic culture and picturesque beauty, as well age-old history.

 

Facts of Assam

  • Capital – Dispur
  • Official Language – Assamese, English, Bengali, Bodo
  • Area – 79,000 Sq Km

Places to Visit in Assam

  • Guwahati
  • Jorhat
  •  Tejpur
  •   Silchar
  •   Majuli Island
  • Dibrugarh

Official Website of Assam Tourism: https://tourism.assam.gov.in/




Meghalaya

Home to an astonishing diversity of people, Meghalaya is one of the scenic destinations of North East India and serves as a ideal getaway for those in search of peace and tranquillity. Meghalaya literally means for “Abode of Clouds” as it offers a variety of sights, activities, food and festivals to the tourists. The states receive heavy rains and the rain water quietly makes it way oozing through limestone caves, finally merging into the Brahmaputra river.

 

Facts of Meghalaya

  • Capital – Shilong
  • Official Language – English
  • Main Languages – English, Khasi, Garo
  • Area – 22, 429 Sq Km

Places to Visit in Meghalaya

  • Shillong
  • Sohra
  • Jowai
  • Mawlynnong

 

Official Website of Meghalaya Tourism - https://www.meghalayatourism.in/




Manipur

Snuggled in the slopes of the south-flowing sub-Himalayan ranges in the northeast India, Manipur is a gorgeous land where mother nature is extra liberal in her bounty. A veritable paradise, Manipur boosts picturesque landscapes with misty hills, gleaming lakes, lush green valleys, splashing rivers and carpeted with dense forests.


Facts of Manipur

  • Capital – Imphal
  • Official Language – Meithei (Manipuri) and English
  • Other Spoken Languages – Sino Tibetan languages
  • Area – 22, 237 Sq Km

Places to visit Manipur

  • Imphal
  • Thoubal
  • Tamenglong
  • Chandel
  • Moirang
  • Loktak Lake and Sendra Island

Official Website of Manipur Travel-http://www.manipurtourism.gov.in/




Mizoram

Visitors explore to Mizoram to relish the beauty and charm of its mountain peaks encompassed in mist, lush green fields, beatific valleys, blue streams, rich flora and fauna, dense bamboo forests and quaint tribal villages. The land of Mizo’s welcomes all travellers with an invigorating nature and incredibly rich heritage.


Facts of Mizoram

  • Capital – Aizawl
  • Official Language – Mizo
  • Main spoken languages – Mizo and Engish
  • Area – 21, 081 Sq Km

Places to visit in Mizoram

 

  • Aizawl
  • Lunglei
  • Mamit
  • Kolasib
  • Reiek
  • Phawngpui
  • Tamdil Lake
  • Saiha

 

Official Website of Mizoram Travel-  https://tourism.mizoram.gov.in/




Nagaland

If you really want to take a break from the mundane city life, then visit to Nagaland quoted as the "Switzerland of the East"; Nagaland in India represents incredible beauty which surely going to fascinate every tourist.

 

Facts of Nagaland

  • Capital – Kohima
  • Official Language – English
  • Main spoken languages – Ao, Konyak, Angami, Sema, Lotha
  • Area – 16, 579 Sq Km

 

Places to visit in Nagaland

  • Naga Heritage Village
  • Kohima War Cemetery
  • Khonoma Village
  • Dimapur
  • Mokokchung
  • Phek
  • Dzukou Valley

 

Official Website of Nagaland Tourism -  https://tourism.nagaland.gov.in/




Tripura

According to mythology, the city was constructed by the great Asura architect Mayasura, Tripura, literally means three cities and is one of the north easter state of India. This state is full of Orange Gardens, Pineapple Gardens, Rubber Gardens, Rubber Nursery and more. A mixed tribal culture and beauty.

 

Facts of Tripura

  • Capital – Agartala
  • Official Language – Bengali, Kokborok
  • Main spoken languages – Bengali, Manipuri and Kokborok
  • Area – 10, 486 Sq Km

 

Places to visit in Tripura

  • Kohima
  • Mokochung
  • Dimapur
  • Tuensang
  • Phek
  • Mon
  • Dzukou Valley and Japfu Peak
  • Touphema Village

Official Website of Tripura Tourism - http://tripuratourism.gov.in/

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