A paradise unexplored, the North East region is one of the most bewitching destinations, located at the eastern part of India. The North East generally comprises of 7 contiguous states of Sikkim, Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur and Tripura who are also referred to as the Seven sisters. A most treasured region hosts one brother known as Sikkim and a few parts of North Bengal as Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri and Cooch Behar.
The stunning seven sister state is blessed with natural beauty like mountains, hills, river, rainforests, jungle, predators and deficiency of infrastructure. A dense semi-evergreen forest of North East supports blend flora and fauna which is inhabited by many tribes and world species of animals. A wide variety of flora and fauna is a home to some of the endangered and rare species of wild animals and birds. The magnificent mountains of northeast offer adventurous sports like hiking, trekking and mountain climbing.
Kaziranga National Park:
Being a World Heritage Site, Kaziranga National Park is the most popular conservations efforts to protect endangered animals like One-Horned Rhinoceros. The notable wildlife sanctuary is located in Golaghat and Nagaon district of Assam. Covering an area of 430 square km, the park is rich in one-horned rhinos and elephants along with a sizable population of Wild buffalos and great herds of wild elephants. Apart from this, The Park consists of various mammals like Indian wild boar, Indian gaur, barking deer, capped langur or leaf monkey etc.
Located in the East Khasi hills about 50kms southwest of the state’s capital Shillong, Cherrapungi is one of the most popular wettest places in the planet. It is only town in India to receive rain through the year. The beautiful town is known for its spectacular waterfalls such as Nohkalikai falls and The Dain Thlen falls. It is also famous for its living boot bridge which is a result of bioengineers practised by the locals and it is a good place for trekking.
Located at an elevation of 10,000 feet in the northwestern part of Arunachal Pradesh of India, picturesque Tawang is quite popular for the splendid sceneries and is well known for Buddhist monks. It is the best place to go for monasteries, Tawang Monastery is one of the most sacred for the Buddhists. This beautiful place flatters you through its natural beauty which is wrapped in a scent of spirituality.
Manas National Park:
Being a World Heritage Site, Manas National is one of the best-kept national parks in India. It is the only Tiger Reserve in Assam and also famous for red panda and golden langur. It is recognized for its rich biodiversity and also splendid scenery as well as a natural landscape which comprise tropical evergreen forest and the range of forest hills. It is the home to various endangered species like wild water buffalos and the tigers.
Located in Bishnupur at a distance of 53km away from the capital city, Imphal, Lohtak Lake is recognized as the largest freshwater in Northeast India. It is a natural treasure of Manipur which adds the bizarre natural beauty of the state and is identified by floating vegetables called 'Phumdi'. This stunning lake is rich and abundant in Bio-diversity. The uniqueness and the beauty of lake allure a large number of tourists from all over the world.