Guwahati is the gateway to the northeast and one of the largest cities in the region. There are several options for sightseeing in this city. Guwahati’s most famous attractions are the Kamakya Temple, Chic Bazaar, Regional Science Centre, Assam State
Zoo, and Akko Land. A visit to the Kamakya Temple promises to be a special spiritual experience. Another attraction is the Umananda Temple on Brahmaputra Island, which can be reached by boat. There are several gardens in the city where
you can spend time with friends and family. Best time to travel: Between October and April Attractions: ISKCON Guwahati, Pobitla Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam State Museum, Kaziranga National Park, Kamakya Temple 22 km)
2 Umananda Temple, Guwahati
Umananda Temple is located on Peacock Island in the mighty Brahmaputra River. This tranquil place of worship is named and dedicated to Lord Shiva. The name “Umananda” is derived from two Hindi words: “Uma”, another name for the wife of Lord Shiva, and
“Ananda”, which means happiness. The Island named Peacock Island is one of the smallest islands and also it is the most beautiful Island in the Northeast. The temple settings and the sacred yet understated beauty of the island make it
a nature lover’s paradise. The temple is located on a hill called Bhasmakara or Bhasmakta. The island was originally built in 1694 by King Gadadar Singha. However, it was destroyed by an earthquake in 1907 and was rebuilt by a local wealthy
merchant. The temple was beautifully created by professional Assamese artisans. In addition to Lord Shiva, his ten Hindu deities are enshrined. Besides being a place of worship, the Umananda Temple stands apart from the typical place of
worship. Away from the hustle and bustle of powerful religions, this place offers a tranquil setting that will make you want to sit for a while and take in the beauty of the place.
3 Guwahati Zoo, Guwahati
Established as one of the country’s premier zoos, the Guwahati Zoo, commonly known as the Assam State Zoo and Botanical Gardens, or Guwahati Zoo, is a sprawling 430-story wildlife park. Paradise. Located in a dense forest area in central Guwahati known
as the Henglabari Forest Area, the sanctuary has not lost its vibrant connection to Mother Nature. Often referred to as the green lung of Guwahati City, the Assam Zoo and Botanical Gardens lie just six kilometers south of the Brahmaputra
River, which flows through the state and is the largest in the northeastern part of the country. The zoo showcases charming, manicured gardens, abundant wildlife, and a peaceful setting. It has left an important mark in shaping the ecological
contours of the state and the country. The unique abundance of wildlife is a worshiper’s paradise and well worth a visit. Since its establishment in 1958, only Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park have become the state’s major
tourist attractions to match the size of its flora and fauna. It is home to 113 different species of the animal kingdom that make up the zoos over 900 animals, birds, and reptiles. Over the years, the zoo has grown to accommodate more
animals, and a charming botanical garden has also been established nearby. More than 500,000 tourists and nature lovers visit the site year-round to see native and exotic animals such as the majestic one-horned rhinoceros native to the
Indian subcontinent, giraffes and ostriches from Africa, and kangaroos from Australia.
4 KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK ASSAM
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Assam’s Kaziranga National Park is known for its one-horned rhino habitat. Also, it is one of the best places in Northeast India. But an endangered species, seeing this huge animal with its thick skin and horns jutting menacingly
from its head is a rewarding experience. In addition to rhinos, Kaziranga National Park is home to several species of mammals, birds, and reptiles. Some of these are the Royal Bengal Tiger, Pygmy Hog, Swamp Deer, and Elephant. Not only
is the fauna fascinating, but so is the floor, no visit to Assam is complete without a safari in Kaziranga National Park. Best Time to Visit: Between November and April Activities and Places to Visit: Central Area Jeep Safari, Elephant
Safari, Deopahar, Ghorakati, Bagori
5 Cultural Shows & Folk Dance & Tea Garden Tour
When you arrive here in Kaziranga, don’t forget to set the mood with a spectacular cultural show. The program of traditional folk dances and songs is very rich and fun. The show host speaks both English and Hindi to give a clear overview of the show.
It usually runs from 18:00 to 20:30 in the middle of the night. If you’re in Assam and don’t visit a tea garden, you’re missing out on its charm. Located 116 km from Kaziranga, you will love the charming tea plantations. If left to stunts,
acknowledging the efforts of locals might be worth considering here.
6 MAJULI, ASSAM
Majuli is a river island in Assam and can only be reached by ferry from Jorhat. Majuli is special for so many things. One is that it is the country’s first county island. Visiting Majuri, you will be amazed at the natural wonders hidden in different parts
of India and how much is yet to be discovered. Some of the sights worth visiting in Majuri include Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahaley, Samaguri Satra, Bangalpuhari, and Tengapaniya. Majuli is a lovely, fully natural, pristine, and
unpolluted crystal-clear water island on the Brahmaputra River, just 20 km from Jorhat city and 347 km from Guwahati. With a total area of 1200 kilometers square, Majuli is the largest river or island in the world and attracts visitors
from all over the India and world. One of India’s most surreal sites, Majuli is also a strong candidate for UNESCO World Heritage status. Inhabited mainly by tribes, the Majuli culture is unique and very interesting, which is one of the
main reasons why people love this place. It is also known as the cultural capital of Assam. All the festivals celebrated here are fun and lively. The main thing is the festival which is celebrated in the town of Majuli is known as Raas
and is exciting and Fabolous to watch.
7 SHIVASAGAR, ASSAM
History buffs in particular will enjoy a visit to Shiva Sagar. There are several sites of great historical importance. The most famous are Shivasagar Lake, Lang Gar, Thai Ahom Museum, Shiva Temple, Central Baptist and Catholic Church, Anadaram Barua Park,
and Pani Dihin Wildlife Sanctuary. Among these, Rang Ghar deserves special mention as he is one of the oldest surviving amphitheaters in Asia. The Ahom Museum will be of interest to both history buffs and the general public as it contains
clothing, a royal armory, and manuscripts of the rulers of the Ahom dynasty. Find holiday packages to Shiva Sagar. The city is surrounded by numerous monuments including historic chariots, temples, and palaces. Every year, many domestic
and foreign tourists visit this historic site to see the magnificent monuments built by King Ahom. Among the various attractions worth mentioning are Joisagar Tank and Shiva Temple on the banks of the Tank, Shivasagar Tank, King Ahom’s
Palace, Lang Gar, and Taratar Gar.
8 MANAS TIGER RESERVE
As the name suggests, Manas Tiger Reserve is best known for its huge population of tigers. This tiger sanctuary has the largest population of Bengal floricans in the world and is also a great place to spot great hornbills. Apart from that, the Manas Tiger
Sanctuary is home to about 380 species of birds, including red-haired trogons, swamp franklins, swamps, Jerdon chatters, and fin weavers. The tiger sanctuary also has biodiversity and is the only place where miniature pigs survive. Best
season: October to May.30:00 – 18:00 The nearest airport is Guwahati Airport (137 km).
9 TAWANG, ARUNACHAL PRADESH
Do you know why Tawang is best? the reason Twang is one of the best places in northeastern India is that it resembles heaven if you know howwhataven looks like please visit twang and take a look at this heaven. The smallest district in Arunachal Pradesh
has several attractions such as Twang Monastery, Nuranan Waterfall, Taktsang Gompa, Pankan Teng Tso Lake, and Jaswant Gal. Located at an altitude of 10,000 feet and home to about 450 monks, Twang Monastery is one of the largest monasteries
in India. In the evening, its beauty takes on another side. The Jaswantgarh War Memorial was erected in honor of Jaswant Singh His Rawat, an Indian gunner of his four Garhwal rifles who fought valiantly against the Chinese army.
10 BOMDILA, ARUNACHAL PRADESH
Bomdila is one of the most stunning travel destinations in Arunachal Pradesh due to its lush landscape combined with rich culture and heritage. Besides enjoying the natural beauty, you can also explore the culture and handicrafts of the are by visiting
Museums and monasteries. Popular attractions in Bomdila include Eagle’s Nest Wildlife Sanctuary, Dylan Valley, Bomdila Viewpoint, Craft Center and Ethnographic Museum, and Apple Orchard.
11 ZIRO VALLEY, ARUNACHAL PRADESDH
Foreigners can visit the Jiro Valley with special permission from the Arunachal government. It is one of the best places in Northeast India in June to enjoy scenic beauty and cool weather. The Ziro Music Festival is one of the most important festivals
in Northeast India, with over 40 bands performing live. The cultural aspect is worth a try even if you don’t like it. The green hills of the valley are approx.300 exotic bird and 160 to 170 colorful butterflies. If you enjoy bird watching,
add Ziro Valley to your northeast India tour packages.
12 AGARTALA, TRIPURA
Agartala is the second big city in the region of Northeast India which is situated in Tripura and also attracts many visitors. One of India’s fastest-growing cities, he is her third international internet haven after Mumbai and Chennai. Agartala has some
great monuments such as Ujayanta Palace, Neel Mahal, and Tripura Government Museum. Other places that are very popular with tourists are Rose Valley Amusement Park, Cardboard Lake, and Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary. An architectural masterpiece,
the Ujayanta Palace is truly a sight to behold. Once home to the ruling Manikya dynasty, the palace is now a state museum showcasing the arts, crafts, traditions, and lifestyle of a community living in northeast India.
13 TRIPURA TEMPLE
This temple has to be at the top of your list of best places to visit in North East India. The Tripura Sundari Temple is a major pilgrimage site and it is one of India’s 51 Shaktipeet. Many pilgrims visit this holy place to offer their prayers. If you
visit Tripura, don’t miss the amazingly sacred Matarbari or Tripura Sundari Temple.
14 KOHIMA, NAGALAND
Kohima, the capital of Nagaland, is one of the most visited destinations in Northeast India. Kohima is most popular as the venue for the annual Hornbill Festival in December, which attracts thousands of visitors each year. Apart from that, Kohima has
several attractions such as the Aradura Hill Catholic Cathedral, World War II Cemetery, Nagaland State Museum, and Zoological Park. After sightseeing, you can take the family on a hike to the Jukou Valley, about 20 kilometers from Kohima.
To learn about Naga culture, first, visit the State Museum. Afterward, visit Bara Basti to admire the traditional architecture of the village. Then you can visit the Cathedral of Reconciliation. Afterward, you can spend the night in Zulekje
with a picnic. Let him start his day by visiting the beautiful Jukou Valley and enjoying the exotic natural scenery. Then visit Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary. You can also go to Japfu Peak it is also a very beautiful place for sightseeing.
You can taste black dog meat at Naga Bazaar. Souvenirs can be bought at Ruzafema. Attractions: Catholic Cathedral, Naga Heritage Village, Kisama Heritage Village Kohima War Cemetery, Japhu Peak World. Held annually from December 1st to
10th, it is famous for its tribal and cultural dances, rock competitions, songs, and music.
The capital of Manipur is blessed with stunning scenery that will captivate you at first sight. Home to several tribes, it is also the cultural center of the state. There are several attractive tourist attractions for tourists to explore. One of them
is Imphal Polo Stadium, the oldest polo stadium in the world. Other attractions worth visiting include Kangla Fort, Manipur Zoological Gardens, and Keibul Ramjao National Park. Imphal also hosts events such as the Laai Haraoba, Kan Rath
Yatra, and the Ningol Chakouba Festival. Imphal has a pristine charm surrounding its natural beauty, landscapes, landscapes, and significant history that leave clues to the past throughout the city. Lush landscapes, beautiful surroundings,
hidden gems, and rippling rivers make Imphal a great tourist destination. This site of the Battle of Imphal during World War II takes on a particular significance derived from history. These two together provide Imphal with many attractions
such as the INA Monument, Manipur State Museum, Kangla Fort, Lang Tabal, Military Cemetery, Shrigobinji Temple, Waitu Lake, and Loktar Lake. Manipur Zoological Gardens which is very beautiful and Keibul Lamjao National Park these two attractions
that are compulsory to visit.
16 KANGLA FORT, MANIPUR
The popular and majestic Kangla Fort is part of Imphal, the capital of Nagaland. He is one of the city’s main attractions and attracts many tourists throughout the year. According to historians, the fort dates back to 33 AD and is known as the home of
the mythical deity Honda Loren, who appears in the historical site, his Pakamba. A must-visit place for Nagaland art lovers and historians. Even if you’re not one of them, explore this amazing attraction and hear the untold stories.
17 CHERRAPUNJI, MEGHALAYA
Meghalaya is famous as one of the wettest places in the world and one of the best places to visit in India. The Nihasha Bridge, which was formed by continuous rain, is also famous. However, this place attracts tourists because of its stunning scenery.
Its main attractions are waterfalls and caves such as Nosungichan Falls, Nookalikai Falls, Dain Slenn Falls, and Mohsmai Cave. Other equally exciting attractions include the Mawkdok Dympep Valley, the two-story Living Root Bridge, and
Thangkharang Park. Nookalikai Falls, Double-decker Living Root Bridge, Mawsinlam Village, Seven Sisters Falls, Mauzumai Caves, Eco Park, Dau Ki, Maukdok Dingpep Valley, Thangkarang Park, Wakaba Falls, and more. Cherrapunji, in the heart
of Meghalaya, has a myriad of places to rekindle the spark of adventure. A picturesque town in Meghalaya’s East Khasi Hills district, Cherrapunji is a vast expanse of green beauty, home to some of Asia’s highest waterfalls and enchanting
forest trails. There are some wonderful places Cherrapunji hosts that you cannot miss! There are several Living Root Bridges, but the most amazing of them is its second floor, which is made of intertwined roots. Built a living root bridge.
Feel the Indiana Jones atmosphere as you explore prehistoric fossils in ancient caves such as Mawsmai, Arwah, and Krem Mawmluh.
18 MAWSYNRAM, MEGHALAYA
About 56 km from Shillong, Mawsyrnam is a small village in Kasi Village, Meghalaya. Along with Cherrapunji, it is famous as one of the wettest places on earth. Annual precipitation is reportedly about 11 thousand something mm or 39 feet. However, it is
a natural paradise, and visitors here enjoy the fresh air, gentle slopes, and rolling green mountains. One of the main attractions in Mau Sin Lam is the Maw Jinn Buin Cave. They consist of several magnificent stalagmites formed by years
of weathering and drainage of mineralized solutions. It’s so much fun to explore natural formations and come across rare sights like this. The charming village of Mawsynram, 61 km south of Shillong, is said to be the wettest place on earth
and is perfect for nature lovers and weekend getaways. Mawsyrnam edged out Cherrapunjee by a small margin as it is the wettest place in India. “Maw” in Mawsynram means “stone” in Khasi. It symbolizes the unique megaliths excavated in the
Kashmir area. The village is known for its giant stalagmite in the shape of a “sibling”. Mawsynram is located in the East Khasi Hill district of Meghalaya at 1400 m above sea level. The rains in Mawsynram are so heavy that villagers have
to use thick grass to protect their homes from thunderstorms.
19 SHILONG, MEGHALAYA
No list of the best places in Northeast India would be complete without mentioning Shillong, one of the most visited places in Northeast India. Surrounded by Hills and comfortably rested by the ever present fog on the hills, Shillong seems like the perfect
place for a gateway. It is also famous for hosting exciting music festivals and cultural events. You can spend his day shopping at the mall, boating on Lake Wards, or relaxing with his family. Shillong’s main attractions include Shillong
Peak, the golf course, the Don Bosco Center, an aboriginal center, and the Elephant Falls. At 6000 feet, Shillong Peak offers amazing and mesmerizing views of the city.
20 AIZWAL, MIZORAM
The capital of Mizoram, it is a very beautiful mountain town and offers the best tourism opportunities. Solitude and tranquility abound here. The city also offers spectacular views of miles of hills. Aizwal also offers the chance to meet some of the friendliest
people in the Northeast. There is also room for adventure, from paragliding to rafting. Some popular attractions are Ramsial Puk (cave), Bak Tung, and Solomon’s Temple. A unique experience in which you will experience different fun by
meeting the world’s largest family in Aizwal. With 38 wives, 89 children, and many grandchildren, this family led by Pooh-her Ziona is in the Guinness Book of Records.
21 PEMAYANGTSE MONASTERY, SIKKIM
Pemayangtse Monastery is one of the oldest monasteries in Sikkim and houses a large collection of rare manuscripts and writings. Located near Pelling, his three-story building is about 300 years old. Various Buddha statues are enshrined here. The main
chapel is decorated with elaborate paintings, and the doors and windows are decorated in the traditional Tibetan style. From here you can also see the ruins of the Labdantse Monastery. One of the oldest monasteries in the state, Pemayangtse
Monastery has served as part of the Sikkim Buddhist pilgrimage for centuries since its completion in 1705. The monastery corresponds to the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism (the oldest of the four schools). The Cham Dance Festival (traditional
masked Tibetan dance, considered meditation and offerings to the gods) is performed by lamas at Pemayangtse Monastery. It is held annually on the 28th and 29th of his Gyal, which is the 12th month of the Tibetan calendar (coinciding with
February). To mark the end of Losar, the Tibetan New Year, the day is celebrated with large intricately embroidered scrolls and fireworks, symbolizing the expulsion of evil spirits.
22 PELLING, SIKKIM
Pelling is one of the best spots in North East India due to its stunning views of Kanchenjunga and the surrounding mountain range. This is also why it is popular with tourists and has a wide variety of tourist attractions. Attractions include Dharap Cherni
Village, Khecheopalli Lake, Kanchenzonga Waterfall, and Saguaro Rock Garden. In addition, Pelling hosts the Kanchenzonga Festival, which hosts a range of exciting activities such as Langit River rafting, trekking, kayaking, and mountain
biking. There are also flower displays and traditional craft stalls to entertain guests. Discover Pelling with this package.