• Majuli is a large river island in the Brahmaputra river, in Assam, India.
  • Kaziranga National Park is a globally famous national park in Assam.
  • The beauty of Arunachal Pradesh lies in its picturesque mountain ranges, verdant valleys and swift rivers.
  • Sivsagar -- It is well-known for its Ahom palaces and monuments.
  • The Bihu dance is a folk dance of Assam related to the Bihu festival .
  • Mizoram is a land of rolling hills, valleys, rivers and lakes.
  • The Ujjayanta Palace in Tripura is a former royal palace situated in Agartala, the state capital.
  • Manipuri dance,originates from Manipur, is one of the major Indian classical dance forms.
  • Elephant Falls in Shillong ,a mountain stream descends through two successive falls set in dells of fern covered rocks.
  • Meghalaya's double-decker and single-decker living root bridges are unique in the world and are a sight to behold.
  • Assam Tea Garden : Sprawling tea gardens and tea producing areas add beauty to Assam.
  • Tsomgo Lake in Sikkim the place of pristine beauty and purity
  • Guwahati City , the gate way to the North East India

North East Tourism Glimpse

Rich scenic beauty, wonderlands of beautiful clouds,biodiversity, exotic flora and fauna, delicious cuisines, thrilling adventure, rich cultural heritage, indigenous arts and handicrafts, wonderful people etc  the northeastern states of India have a lot to offer to every visitor- a heavenly destination of lifetime pleasure. Glimpses of Northeast Tourism follows.

Tourist Attractions in North East India

Kaziranga National Park: ( Assam Tourism )

Kaziranga: Tourists riding on elephants look at the one-horned Rhinoceros at the Kaziranga National park in Guwahati, Assam on Friday. The park was reopened for tourists on Friday. PTI Photo (PTI11_1_2013_000036A)

Kaziranga National Park is a national park in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of the state of Assam, India. A World Heritage Site, the park hosts two-thirds of the world’s great one-horned rhinoceroses, one of source of Assam tourism and north east tourism.

Assam Tea Garden:

Assam Tea Garden

Assam is the world’s largest tea growing region, producing more then 400million of kgs of tea annually. Beautiful tea estates of Assam cover about 2,16, 200 hectares of land. Assam today comprises of more than 100 tea estates – Tezpur &Ghogra Tea Estate , Tinekharia Tea Estate and so many  .

Assam Tea Festival 
If you make a visit to the Assam in the month of November, you can be part of Assam Tea festival. It is organized by the Assam tourism and is the completely unique experience which should not be missed. It gives you the opportunity to make a visit to the magnificent tea gardens, enjoy the exciting river cruises. Tourists can make a visit to the Guwahati Tea Auction Center in Guwahati, which is the largest in India.

Subansiri Rafting : (North east tourism)


One of the most difficult river rafting journeys in India. The Subansiri River is the largest tributary of River Brahmaputra. It passes through lush forests and some particularly difficult terrain. Rafting in this river is a challenging task, as it has volume, speed, as well as some really exciting rapids.

Majuli: (Assam tourism )


Majuli one of the largest river islands in the world is the island of Majuli, located in the midst of the mighty Brahmaputra River. Back in the days, the island was spread across an area of more than 1200 square kilometers.

Nuranang Falls : (Arunachal Pradesh tourism)


With its hilly terrain, you can expect several waterfalls in Arunachal Pradesh. The best of the lot is the Nurunang Falls, also known as the Bong Bong Falls. The waterfall is not the most famous, but definitely makes for spectacular viewing. As the water cascades down from a height of 100 meters, you get to hear the sweet sound of water hitting the rocks. The lush greenery of the surroundings makes it an ideal spot for spending some lone time with yourself.

Dawki (Meghalaya Tourism):

Dawki -meghalaya

Dawki is the beautiful town in Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya and a road border crossings between India and Bangladesh. The freely flowing Dawki or Umngot river in Shillong offers one of the most beautiful view of the city and the venue of the annual boat race held in March. The Umngot river also has a bridge known as Dawki Bridge, a suspension bridge over the river build by Britishers.

Mon ( Nagaland Tourism ):


The Mon district of Nagaland is known as home to Konyak Nagas,traditional villages and tattooed warriors and a very nice sightseeing along with the wild forests. The major sightseeing places of mon district are fishing,wood carving, scull exhibits, second World War remains and bird watching. Nagaland is one of attractive hilly destinations with superb greenery scenery in India and one of the popular destination in North-East.

Moirang (Manipur Tourism):


Moirang is famous for its largest freshwater lake in north-east India named as Loktak Lake or floating lake in the world due to its floating phumdis. Loktak Lake is situated near Moirang and 45 km from state capital Imphal. The area is the part of Keibul Lamjao National Park, the last natural refuge of theendangered sangai or Manipur brow-antlered deer.

Phawngpui ( Mizoram  Tourism ):


Phawngpui is known as the Blue Mountain of Mizoram, is the highest mountain peak in Mizoram and famous for orchids and rhododendrons. The Phawngpui peak has spectacular trees and flowers of all colours and offers a fairytale view of the blue hazed hills, and vales unfolding below.

Unakoti (Tripura Tourism) :


The hills of Unakoti are the prime tourist attraction of the city in North Tripura. The rock-carved figures and stone images of God, Lord Shiva and gigantic Ganesha figures along with Maa Durga standing on a lion and images of Nandi Bull are the best to see. Ashokastami Mela is the big fair held in month of April and visited by thousands of pilgrims.

Sandakfu TrekSikkim Tourism ):

Sandakfu Trek image

Located on the Sikkim-West Bengal border, Sandakfu peak is the highest in the region. The peak has a height of more than 11,000 feet above sea level. A trek to the top of the peak isn’t technical, but nevertheless requires a lot of hard work and stamina. The summit offers gorgeous views of the Kanchendzonga, one of the highest peaks in the world.