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.

Majuli (Assam): The world's largest river island, Majuli, is a cultural hotspot with Vaishnavite monasteries and a tranquil setting on the Brahmaputra River.

Tawang Monastery (Arunachal Pradesh): 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.

Shillong (Meghalaya): Known as the "Scotland of the East," Shillong is a charming hill station with pleasant weather, waterfalls, and a vibrant music scene.

Dzukou Valley (Nagaland): Famous for its pristine beauty and seasonal wildflowers, Dzukou Valley offers treks that lead to panoramic views.

Manas National Park (Assam): Another UNESCO World Heritage site, Manas National Park is a biosphere reserve with a rich biodiversity, including the endangered Bengal tiger.

Ziro Valley (Arunachal Pradesh): A picturesque valley surrounded by pine-covered hills, Ziro is known for its Apatani tribal culture and the Ziro Music Festival.

Mawlynnong (Meghalaya): Often referred to as the "Cleanest Village in Asia," Mawlynnong is known for its cleanliness, natural beauty, and the balancing rock.

Nathula Pass (Sikkim): A high-altitude pass on the Indo-China border, Nathula offers stunning views of the Himalayas and is accessible from Gangtok.

Dibrugarh (Assam): 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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