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Great places to visit in North East India

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Great places to visit in North East India

North East India is known for its mesmerizing beauty. This part of India can expose one to adventurous activities. There are many amazing places that one can never see in any part of the world. Here are 15 great places in North East India that can make you astonish.

(1) Kaziranga National Park

The home of one-horned rhino, Kaziranga National Park is listed as UNESCO heritage site. This national park located in Assam attracts people from all over the world. The Kaziranga national park has 35 species of mammals and many species of migratory birds that visit this place during its migratory phase.

(2) Nathu La Pass

Nathu La pass means listening ears pass where Nathu means ‘listening ears’ while la means ‘pass’. Trekking in the Nathu Laa pass gives you a different experience as the views of the pass are extremely beautiful. You can have lifetime memories if you trek in this pass. There are eye-catching lakes as you walk on the road. Visitors need to be very careful as one can experience hostile conditions due to lack of sufficient oxygen.

(3) Rafting in Siang River

Siang Lake is a tributary of Brahmaputra River. It is a life savior for the Adi tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. The lake attracts many people for an adventurous rafting experience. The tides are not violent in the months of October and early November.

(4) Nuranang Falls

Nuranang Falls is 100 meters falls and is popularly known as Bong Bong Falls. The waterfalls and its unique beauty will make your soul rejoice. You can have a nice time by heading to the foot of the falls.

(5) Gorichen Peak

The Gorichen peak is near Tawang and is a climbable peak. It is located at a height of 6500 meters above the sea level. You will be exposed to the alluring beauty of many scenes as you climb the peak.

(6) Ziro Valley

Ziro valley is located in Arunachal Pradesh. It is rich in rice fields, Apa Tani tribals, and Pine Hills. Ziro valley can visit any time in a year as the climate here is mild throughout the year. Some of the places that one can visit in Ziro valley are Talley Valley wildlife sanctuary, Meghna Cave temple, Kile Pakho, Ziro Puto, Hapoli, Dolo Mando, Dilopolyang Maniipolyang and Tarin Fish Farm.

(7) Jaintia Hills

Jaintia hills are located in Meghalaya and are very rich in deposits of limestone. Tourists can enjoy a lot here as it has numerous caves. One cave leads to another and people can have adventurous activities. Jaintia hills have very shallow as well as long caves.

(8) Sandakphu Peaks

Sandakphu peaks are located on the border of Sikkim-West Bengal region at a height of 11,000 feet away from the sea level. It is best to visit during April, May, and November. You can view the unmatched peaks of the Himalayan range.

(9) Tawang Monastery

Tawang Monastery is situated in Arunachal Pradesh. It is the largest monastery in India and is located at a height of 10,000 feet. One must visit the monastery during a full moon day to see the most beautiful celestial view. Also, you can see 850 different sculptures in the monastery.

(10) Majuli Islands

Majuli islands, the biggest river island in the world are situated in the Brahmaputra and serve many tribal people. This place is famous for navigation through the fields and sees varieties of birds. November is the best time to visit Majuli islands.

(11) Cherrapunji

Cherrapunji is located in the states of Meghalaya and is very popular for the living root bridges. Cherrapunji receives the maximum rainfall in the world. You can come across various species of flora and fauna. Camping can be done under the root bridges.

(12) Talatal Ghar

Talatal Ghar means royal palace and was built in 18th century by Swargadeo Singha. The palace is popular for its simplicity and unusual architecture. It is seven storied and is very simple and makes you delight.

(13) Phodong Monastery

The Phodong Monastery belongs to the 18th century. It is famous for ancient murals and is the oldest monastery. It is situated in Sikkim. This monastery is the home for 260 Buddhist monks. These monks perform Chaam dance in their annual festival and one should visit the festival during their visit to this place.

(14) Dampa Tiger Reserve

Dampa tiger reserves have species of sparse tigers which are found very rare. The reserve has 10 species of animals and birds. The royal looks of the tiger will amaze the visitors.

(15) Madhuri Lake

The lake was called by the name Shungaster before it was renamed as Madhuri. An army cafeteria sells hot momos near the lake. It tastes delicious when one eats it sitting near the lake in a cold weather. To experience, this little joy many people visit this lake.

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