Nagaland’s spectacular hills and valleys, right on the edge of the India–Myanmar border are the very reason one visits here. Rich in natural beauty, one can find the developed south Nagaland as a developed part while the northern part is city full of tribal culture and activities. Nagaland will amaze you with what it has to offer.
Far away from the crowded tourist spots, Tripura is beautiful hill state with amazing scenic views and is the land of promise. Bundled with beautiful sights, culture and tribes it is one of the most under stated regions of India. The Ujjayanta palace, Unakoti and Neermahal are some of its prime tourist spots.
Sikkim the land of sights, is one of the places to keep hold of its distinctive personality since beginning. The meditative, peaceful Buddhist monasteries coexist with the Hindu shrines giving its skyline some of the best view of the nation. Epicenter of some of the rarest wildlife and spectacular flora and fauna, Sikkim is too easy to fall in love with. When clouds clear, an ever-thrilling experience from many a ridgetop perch is spotting the world’s third-highest mountain, Khangchendzonga (8598m).Clean, green and ‘all organic’, Sikkim is known for its spices and is the world’s second largest spice producer after Guatemala. Sikkim surprisingly is renowned for its alcohol consumption ranking 3rd in India after Punjab and Haryana. One can be sure of enjoying some of the best sights of the world under quite possibly the best of climates with a pint side by him, nothing more can be relaxing.
State different to others, Mizoram is completely different to its other 6 sisters. The state provides with experience one of a kind. The state has its own rhythm different to others and is a relaxing region to be. Just like others set around mountain ridges, it promises wide green plains with beautiful valleys and stunning hills. As a cautionary step once should register with a local authority upon arrival.
“The abode of clouds”, Meghalaya is a cool mountain state set on uneven terrain and is home to the 2 of the wettest places on the planet. It also houses some of best eye dazzling waterfalls and the amazing caves, incidentally are the longest ones in Asia. Occuiped by tribals of various ancestry the perfect time to visit here is during the Wangala Drum festivals in Autumn season.
Land of classical dance traditions, intricate art forms, sumptuous cuisine, Manipur sits beautifully among rolling hills. It is home to many tribal generations like the Thadou, Tangkhul major community is the Hindu Meitei tribe. State is lapped inside dense and dull green forests, which provide cover for traffickers and guerrilla armies, making it one of the Northeast’s dangerous state.
The biggest and most accessible of north east states, Assam forms the cultural and economic centre house of the north east. Assam is home to the biggest of Tea plantations, Silk Bazaars, temples and is renowned for its splendid scenic beauty. The hilltopKamakhya temple and ancient pilgrimage site of Hajo and MadanKamdev, the state has a lot to offer. Consisting of hospitable population, Assam promises adventure, peace and nature.
“The land of dawn lit mountains”, Arunachal Pradesh is one of the states blessed with the nature’s best outlook and yet remains one of the least explored regions of India. It is home to more than 25 regional tribes and remains a mystery to outside world till this date. Due to international tensions, the state’s borders are heavily guarded by Indian Army but all in all its quite a peaceful region. Arunachal Pradesh is place which can be understood better by visiting rather reading about it. This is nature’s own land.
“The Heart of India”, Madhya Pradesh is one of the most understated tourist highlights of India. Filled with rich history, spectacular monuments, amazing cultural festivals and native practices, Madhya Pradesh has so much to offer that one can spend months to visit all of them. Another advantage which Madhya Pradesh carries over the others is the substantially less crowds and hustle, leading to better experiences and close encounters with the tourists spots.
The state of 36 forts (Chattis forts), Chhattisgarh is one of the richest resource forest state in India. Renowned for its Temple and Waterfalls, the scenic natural beauty is showcased in its pure form. Dense cover, beautiful long forests, Chhattisgarh is home to some of the native flora and fauna. It’s also an adventurous traveller’s heaven because of mazzing and difficult treks around intricate places.