Wonders of Unexplored North East India do come in small packages, Here is the list of 8 most beautiful destinations of North East states – Paradise Unexplored.
The list does not contain but must see place in North East India also include Haflong, Kaziranga National Park of Assam, Lake Tsomgo and Zuluk unexplored destination of Sikkim, Living root bridges, natural caves and waterfalls of Meghalaya.
Dawki town in West Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya is located on the the border between India and Bangladesh. Umngot river in Dawki is the hidden gems of Meghalaya and the place of transparent river water with lush green surroundings mountains.
Majuli River island of Awesome Assam is India’s first island district and only accessible by ferries from Jorhat city. The largest island is formed by the river Brahmaputra and its tributaries and hotspot for unique flora and fauna with rare and endangered avifauna species.
Loktak Lake is famous for the phumdis, floating house and the only floating national park in the world. Keibul Lamjao National Park is home to endangered Sangai deer of India and the wetland is part of the Ramsar Convention site.
Jampui Hills of Tripura bordering with Mizoram and famous for Orange festival, view of rising and setting sun, panoramic views of the valley and virgin forest.
Phawngpui National Park or Blue Mountains of Mizoram is also home to the highest mountain peak of the state and a natural home of a wonderful range of birdlife, plants, various grasses and flowers.
Lachung Hill station of northeast Sikkim is located approximately 125 kilometres from the Gangtok and known as most picturesque village of Sikkim, also base camp for list of mountain treks to Rhododendron Valley, Lachen Valley and Yumthang Valley.
Touphema Tourist Village of Nagaland is the most ancient heritage villages built in Naga style of architecture for tourist. The village is most popular tourist attractions in the North East India and a Museum to showcase Naga social system and culture.
Ziro Valley of Arunachal Pradesh is a Paradise Unexplored destination of North East India, Famous for stunning natural beauty and shortlisted for UNESCO World Heritage Site. The valley is home to the Apatani tribes of Arunachal Pradesh and famous for its pine clad rice field hills, located 115 km from the capital city of Itanagar.