Meghalaya meaning “Abode of Clouds” is the most mesmerizing hill station of Northeast India and also the most popular. This place has an abundance of attractions for nature lovers whether it’s the double-decker and single-decker root bridge, the Cleanest Village in Asia, crystal clear DAWKI lake or the beautiful LAITLUM CANYON. There is also a multitude of caves and waterfalls in Cherrapunjee, a few kilometres drive from Shillong town. The tallest plunge waterfall, Nohkalikai Falls also present here is a hotbed for tourists in Meghalaya.
The Khongthon Village, known as the whistling village of Meghalaya has special recognition as it follows a unique tradition.
Surrounded by the Himalayan region, Arunachal Pradesh is a mystic beauty and records an increasing tourist influx every year. The Buddhist monasteries of Tawang are considered to be the second largest in the world and the oldest. The snow clad mountain passes, the serene lakes and the adventure-filled winding roads allure travellers to venture to this amazing place.
Arunachal can give you many travel opportunities that no one should afford to miss.
The top destinations are Tawang, Sela Pass, Tawang Monastery, Shonga-tser Lake, Bumla Pass, Bomdila Monastery, Dirang Valley, Hot Water Spring at Dirang, Thupsung Dhargye Ling (a hub of Tibetan culture and Buddhist learning), LDL Buddhist monastery.
Sela pass, a narrow pass in the mountainous regions of Arunachal Pradesh, at an elevation of 13,700 ft above mean sea level. This pass signals our entry into the Tawang valley which has several scenic spots like Paradise Lake, Jung Falls, Jaswant Garh, etc en route.
Tawang is also popularly known as ‘Land of the Dawn-lit-Mountains’. It has been a hotspot for travellers across India curious to experience the mystical Northeastern region. It is the land of the Monpa Tribes. It is home to the world’s second largest monastery, the Tawang Monastery, also known as the Gaden Namgyal Lhatse.
Bumla Pass is located in the Indo China border and is a must-visit destination when in Tawang. It is at an altitude of 16,500 ft above sea level and is located about 37 km away from Tawang. The picturesque PTSO Lake, Madhuri Lake can be visited on the way.
Dirang, a charming valley located on the way to Tawang is a beautiful place to visit. Tipi Orchidarium is nearby which has over 2000 orchids varieties.
Assam is the most charming state in North East India surrounded with aromatic tea and lush green hills, canoes sailing down the Brahmaputra river and dense jungles with the most exotic wildlife. Majuli Island in Assam is the world’s largest river island and a hotspot for tourists. People come here to experience the ancient neo-Vaishnavite cult, the many Satras and the dance drama form called ‘Bhaona’. Asam is famous for the Kamakhya Temple situated on the Nilachal hills, on the western flank of Guwahati city counted as one of the most popular temples of India. Kamakhya Temple is visited by lakhs of devotees every year. The annual festival called Ambubachi Mela, which is similar to the Kumbh Mela, is celebrated here when the temple records the highest visits of devotees.
Some of the best wildlife sanctuaries and tea gardens are present in Assam which never fails to overwhelm travellers. Assam is also a melting pot of heritage and history of the great Ahom dynasty. It’s an impeccable holiday destination for people seeking to experience new things.