North East India has everything a tourist could ever want. This region has a little bit of everything: adventure, enjoyment, entertainment, culture, and legacy. Nature has blessed all of the northeastern states, from Assam to Arunachal Pradesh, and everyone visiting the region for the first time is both pleased and amazed to see such a diverse landscape.

1. Loktak Lake, Manipur.

This lake is known for its numerous small floating islands known as ‘Phumdis’ locally. Loktak Lake is one of the biggest freshwater lakes in North East India and the home to Keibul Lamjao National Park, the only floating national park in the world. It is situated in the District of Bishnupur in Manipur.

2. Kaziranga National Park, Assam.

The largest population of Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros can be found here. Assam’s Kaziranga National Park is one of the country’s most stunning national parks. Deer, wild hogs, and migrating birds can all be found in the park. The park’s effectiveness in safeguarding rhinos is well-known, and the number of rhinos has been steadily increasing as a result of the authorities’ efforts. Some of the top eco-tourism establishments in the park offer a flavor of Assamese culture and lifestyle.

3. Umngot River – Dwaki, Meghalaya.

Where boasts appear to float through the air. The Umngot River in Meghalaya is one of the world’s most clean and beautiful rivers. The crystal pure waters are a visual and spiritual treat. You can rent boats and have a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

4. Living Root Bridges, Meghalaya.

Living root bridges are a type of tree sculpting that’s popular in Meghalaya, a state in northeast India. People from the high terrain of the West Jaintia Hills district and the East Khasi Hills district make them from the aerial roots of Rubber Trees. The longest known live root bridge is located near Pynursla, a small Khasi settlement, and measures over 50 meters in length.

5. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh.

This tiny valley village, which hosts the Ziro Music Festival, is full of little surprises and excitement. It’s known for its alpine greenery and gently sloping paddy fields. Ziro is an ideal location for a relaxing holiday; visitors may experience rural life and enjoy the cold weather that prevails for the majority of the year.

6. Zuluk, Sikkim.

Zuluk Loops in east Sikkim, one of the most beautiful roads in the world, is the hallmark of the ancient Silk Route. With endless hairpin bends and beautiful hillside views, this site is breathtaking, and no words can adequately describe its majesty and grandeur; you must see it for yourself.

7. Agartala, Tripura.

Agartala, the state capital of Tripura, has a storied past. This city, which is located on the banks of the Haora River, enchants visitors with its historical significance and majesty. The monarchs of Tripura’s Ujjayanta palace, which was turned into the state legislative assembly and is now a museum and is located in the Palace Compound area, is one of the state’s most popular attractions. It is Agartala’s former royal palace, and it was also the site of the Tripura Legislative Assembly’s meetings until 2011.

8. Kisama Heritage Village, Nagaland.

Kisama Heritage Village is maybe Nagaland’s only one of its type. The beauty of this village is enhanced by the different species of vegetation that surround it, which is located on the foothills of evergreen hills.

With a culture that is unlike any other in the country, a journey to Nagaland is all about the experience of learning about its unique culture. Traditional buildings with thatched roofs and exquisite carvings of magnificent designs on the wooden walls in Kisama HeritageVillage lead you to another era.

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