What can we see in Northeast India?
Kaziranga National Park (Assam):
Home to the one-horned rhinoceros, Kaziranga is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a haven for wildlife enthusiasts.
The world's largest river island, Majuli, is a cultural hotspot with Vaishnavite monasteries and a tranquil setting on the Brahmaputra River.
A Buddhist gem nestled in the Himalayas, Tawang Monastery is the second-largest monastery in the world and offers breathtaking views.
Living Root Bridges (Meghalaya):
Explore the unique living root bridges in Cherrapunjee, formed by the local Khasi and Jaintia tribes using living rubber tree roots.
Known as the "Scotland of the East," Shillong is a charming hill station with pleasant weather, waterfalls, and a vibrant music scene.
Famous for its pristine beauty and seasonal wildflowers, Dzukou Valley offers treks that lead to panoramic views.
Manas National Park
Another UNESCO World Heritage site, Manas National Park is a biosphere reserve with a rich biodiversity, including the endangered Bengal tiger.
A picturesque valley surrounded by pine-covered hills, Ziro is known for its Apatani tribal culture and the Ziro Music Festival.
Often referred to as the "Cleanest Village in Asia," Mawlynnong is known for its cleanliness, natural beauty, and the balancing rock.
A high-altitude pass on the Indo-China border, Nathula offers stunning views of the Himalayas and is accessible from Gangtok.
Known as the "Tea City of India," Dibrugarh is a gateway to the tea gardens of Assam and the scenic Brahmaputra River.
Khonoma Village (Nagaland):
This historic village is known for its efforts in biodiversity conservation and community-based eco-tourism.
These are just a few glimpses of what Northeast India has to offer. The region's rich cultural tapestry, coupled with its natural wonders, makes it a truly captivating destination for any traveler.
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