The Mysterious North East India

Whether you are travelling to North-East, or generally curious about the geography, here’s bringing a virtual tour of the eastern land. Breathing into the verdurous Nagaland, Meghalaya, Guwahati, and surrounding regions is like taking a trip to Austria, Slovakia, or Norway in Europe. Comprising of 8 states, Northeast India houses Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, and the Himalayan state of Sikkim. 

NorthEast Waterfalls

East India, is a mysterious space to explore, with its rare tribes, fora, fauna, mammoth-mountains, waterfalls, and streaming rivers. Easily, world’s richest diversity with largest riverine Island, in the 18th-century Brahmaputra Valley. (Also, World’s 70% Orchids grow in this region!) Oh, and anyone who has been here would also like to call it the land of pineapples, Outenga, Nora Bogori plum, Nemu Tenga, Jolphai Olives, and Kuji Thekera. These are the fresh fruits that reign the appetite of Northeastern India. 

Umiam Lake evening

The Mysterious North East India

The mysteries of North East India, sprawl across, its stunning hilly terrains inhabiting Tibetan and South-East Asian residents. My mother was invited to attend the National Peace Convention in Dimapur in 2016. (Which eventually turned into a full-fledged vacation)

North East India Traditional Costume

Home to India’s 7 gorgeous National Parks, North-East India also features the highest literacy rate in India. (Don’t forget to tour an Assamese Tea Garden, while you are here) This music active zone, hosts Hornbill festival in Kohima, Nagaland each year. Where there’s nature, food, tea, culture, diversity, Rhinos, music, dance, traditional dresses, and so much more. What more, visit the Unicorn Rhino Wildlife, Cherrapunji Rainforest, and Kaziranga National Park. For a traditional cover, discover the fascinating Bihu Festival of Assam and Nagaland Tribe Tours. Here, sharing a glimpse of our North-East India tour.

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    Veidehi Gite is a one-of-a-kind solo traveller, paving her way through the best of countries, hotels, and lifestyle products. She enjoys exploring ancient heritage sites, architectural wonders, innovative cuisines, myriad cultures, and everything that's worth discovering. *Her interests include an entire rundown of things she's learning every day!

8 thoughts on “The Mysterious North East India

  1. I you visit Manipur dont forget to climb the siroy mountain and see Seroi Lily. Siroi lily, is a very very rare Indian species of plant found only in the upper reaches of the Siroi hill ranges in the Ukhrul district of Manipur, India.

  2. Thank you for sharing this wonderful insight Jillian 🙂 I have added this on the bucket list for our next trip to North East 🙂 and I love Lilies so there is no way I want to miss this one..Thanks again 🙂

  3. Thanks for the article, North-East India can be explore more, there’s lots of places which will not be found in any other parts of India. Can and see it for yourself :)…

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