To Visit In
North East India

Hidden Gems

Image Credit: Getty

Created by the Khasi tribe to grow in formation, the Double Decker Living Root Bridges in Meghalaya is made of roots of ancient rubber trees.

1. Living Root Bridges

Image Credit: Getty

Arunachal Pradesh's highest scalable peak sits 21,300 feet above sea level. It is snow laden through the year and worshiped by the native Monpa tribe

2. Gorichen Peak

Image Credit: Getty

The scenic reservoir is Meghalaya's biggest artificial lake. Tucked into the forested hills, it serves up natural beauty at its finest

3. Umiam Lake

Video Credit: Getty

The charming town is located in the hills and houses the Buddhist Sanga Choling Monastery. Dating back to the 17th century, it's one of Sikkim's oldest

4. Pelling Town

Image Credit: Getty

Situated at the foot of the Himalayas, this biosphere in Assam is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Bengal tiger, wild buffaloes, elephants call it home

5. Manas National Park

Image Credit: Getty

The glacial lake in Sikkim is surrounded by the snowcapped Himalayas and is replete with flowery blooms in spring months

6. Tsomgo Lake

Image Credit: Getty

The former royal palace is situated in the middle of lake Rudrasagar in Tripura. Translating to 'water palace', it is the only one of its kind in North East

7. Neermahal Palace

Image Credit: Getty

The village, decorated with native decor and architecture, is a tribute to the Naga lifestyle. It allows visitors to fully experience a homely stay in Nagaland

8. Touphema Village

Image Credit: Getty

Click on the Link Below to See More Travel Stories

Image Credit: Getty

Click Here