Top Destinations of Northeast India: Best of 3

Top Destinations of Northeast India: Best of 3

How about a virtual vacation in the best places to visit in Northeast India?  Ah! The world is turning into a mess and quite the unpredictable one for the travelers, but only they know the hole that has been created into their hearts by this pandemic. Since a virtual tour to serenity is what suits best nowadays. A tour where you can experience the lush green as well as the clearest blue sky with those white fluff floating abundantly. I know it sounds too bookish but what if, what if you can actually get to visualize such astounding place yourself right here in India? It is possible but you will have to move to the Northeastern land of India that has this grand gem of nature treasured.

Only if one can have enough…..

It is not possible to say that you are done with travelling around the world because only if that was easy and only if one can have enough of earth’s mysterious beauty. Like once Robert Orben said, “Time flies. It’s upto you to be the navigator.”

Now how you navigate is the question? We will help you out with the quest and take you to an amazing journey where you can also check out the best shooting locations in NE India.

Shillong, Meghalaya- The Scotland of the East

This place comes to the top of the list in best places to visit in Northeast India because it has some of the hidden natural beauty in it. The name Scotland of East itself describes how magnificent and breathtaking it is with all the hills and purity surrounded with. Each road has these awe-inspiring rhododendrons leading you to the canyons and villages that can leave you quite speechless.

                Not only that but Shillong gives you this amazing city in the heart that has the amazing Khasitribepeople selling some of the foodstuff or goodies you will love to put your hands into. These people are as pure as the air it has in its environment and there will be a piece of heart left while returning home. The movie Rock on 2 was shot in this state of India.

Arunachal Pradesh – The Orchid State of India

Oh well! The name itself defines so much about this incredible state. The state is a house to some of the rarest types of orchids in India such as Rhyncostylis, Cymbdiumwalu and many more. Not only that but this comes second in the list for the silvery scene that you can experience while your visit mostly during the time from October – February of every year.

                Arunachal Pradesh gives you access to the rich flora and fauna of India and the experience that you get in each part of the district with the varied culture and tribes is something to give a must visit for. Did you know the infamous movie starring Shahrukh Khan and Madhuri Dixit Koyla was shot in the mountains of Arunachal Pradesh?

 Assam- Mini India

Saved the best for the last!! Assam the land where diversity exists in plenty and live with liberty, where the freshest of the tea leaves can be smelled by the tea gardens and the pride of Assam one-horned Rhino breathes in this land.

                The land of Assam has lots to offer for everyone starting from its lush greenery, rich heritage to its culture and delicious delicacies. One who comes in Assam cannot go without leaving a part of their heart behind. You will be astounded by the way this land will take your breath away in every way. The movie featuring PalashSen and Ira DubeyAisaYehJahaan was shot here in Golaghat of Assam. There are more than needed tourist destinations such as Kaziranga National Park, Manas National Park, The River Brahmaputra, The Kamakahya Temple and more.

This isn’t just the end of the list but the list is way too long to cover like Mizoram, Manipur, Tripura, and Nagaland. They have packed some beyond imagination nature treasure that cannot be completed with one visit. It’s like a piece of sweet you eat one; you will be need to taste some more and still not be satisfied. Just remember we can still travel with our mind as it doesn’t even cost anything. Bon Voyage!

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