It is paradise for trekking, bird-watching and observing the rare flora and fauna found in these hills. There are some rare species not found anywhere else in the world, like 3000 species of orchids, pitcher plant etc. It is literally a treat for those interested in biology!
The Neermahal Palace is an incredible palace in the Rudrasagar Lake in the state. A backdrop if their picturesque edifice with migratory birds in the lake is a breathtaking sight in winters!
The Tawang Monastery is the largest monastery in India, very close to the Tibetan border. It is unique in style, built three stories high, built in the 17th century. Truly a must visit!
Assam is the gateway to the north-east. It has a very rich blend of tropical rainforests, and wetlands. Home to Kazirangaand Manas National Parks, Assam’s forests hold in their deepest pockets, prized wildlife species such as the Indian rhinoceros, Asian elephant, the Royal Bengal Tiger, and many others. A charming river cruise from Guwahati to Kaziranga is the best way to get close up to the forests and its secrets. The state has famous tea gardens, pleasing and astonishing! Not many know that Assam also has the world’s largest riverine island – Majuli, home to exotic birds like herons, storks, little grebe, large cormorant, spotted billed pelican … the list is endless!
Amidst tall bamboo forest, lies the Vantawang Falls – scenic and daunting! Get a close look at some endangered wild species such as the Leaf Monkey at Dampa Wildlife Sanctuary in Mizoram!
The Naga music is very mesmerizing as is the famous Naga dace. Their traditional costume is very colorful and consists of warm shawl like drapes!
There are four major basins in the state, which is also the birthplace of polo game!