North East India – Paradise Unexplored

Northeast Indian states are also known as sever sister with one brother, It comprises the eight states Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura.

North East states has a lot to offer and places are still unexplored, hence known as Paradise Unexplored. These states has richest areas in biodiversity in India and home to unique wildlife.

Get There

Guwahati of Assam is main city in the north east India and works as the Getaway to the all seven sister states, Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, Guwahati.

Tourism in North East India

There are list of tourist attractions in the Northeast region of India such as Waterfalls, Caves,National Parks,mountain hills and peak,reserved forest and river Islands.

Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya


Nohkalikai Falls near Cherrapunji is the highest waterfall in India and major tourist attractions along with Kynrem Falls and Mawsmai Falls in Meghalaya.

The most famous and tallest waterfalls in North East Indian states also include Nohsngithiang Falls of Meghalaya, Vantawng Falls in Mizoram and Nuranang Falls of Arunachal Pradesh.

Majuli River Island, Assam


River Island of Majuli is the largest river island in India, created by Brahmaputra river. The Island is now a biodiversity heritage site and the wetland is hotspot for flora and fauna.

Loktak Lake, Manipur


Loktak Lake of Manipur is the only floating national park in India, famous for the phumdis. The Keibul Lamjao National Park and wetland is solo home to endangered Sangai deer.

Dzukou Valley, Nagaland


Dzukou Valley at the border of Nagaland and Manipur is known for seasonal flowers and flora and fauna. The valley is famous for its wide range of flower, especially lily.

Kangchenjunga, Sikkim

Kangchenjunga is the highest mountain in India at an elevation of 8,586 m, Kanchenjunga National park is the first Mixed Heritage site of India.

Meghalaya Caves, Meghalaya


Caves of Meghalaya are located in the Jaintia, Khasi and Garo Hills districts and amongst the longest natural caves in India.

Blue Mountain, Mizoram

Phawngpui -Mizoram

Phawngpui Blue Mountain of Mizoram is located in Lawngtlai district and is the highest mountain peak in the Lushai Hills, one of only two national parks in Mizoram.

Singalila Ridge, West Bengal


Singalila Ridge is part of the Singalila National Park and home to one of the two highest peaks of West Bengal, Sandakphu and Phalut.

Sela Pass, Arunachal Pradesh


The high altitude mountain Sela Pass gets heavy snowfall in winters and known as lifeline for the people of Arunachal Pradesh.

Dipor Bil, Assam

Dipor Bil wetland and freshwater lake in in Kamrup district of Assam is the largest beels in the Brahmaputra valley and provide natural habitat to many varieties of aquatic birds.

Gurudongmar Lake, Sikkim

Gurudongmar Lake of Sikkim is the highest lakes in India. The lake is fed by glaciers and remains frozen during winter months.

Yumthang Valley, Sikkim


Yumthang Valley of Flowers in Sikkim is surrounded by the Himalayan mountains and known for grazing pasture, rolling meadows and rhododendron flower.

Jampui Hills, Tripura

Jampui Hills at the border of Tripura and Mizoram is a real tourist paradise in north east India, attracts a large number of tourist for beautiful orchids, virgin forest and Phayre’s Langur.

Living Root Bridges, Meghalaya


Living Root Bridges in Meghalaya are found in and around the villages of Shnongpdeng and Kudeng Rim, also known to occur in the West Jaintia Hills district and state of Nagaland.

Lake Tsomgo, Sikkim


Lake Tsomgo or Changu Lake is another most beautiful glacial lake in East Sikkim at an elevation of 12,313 ft, remains frozen during the winter season.

Laitlum Canyon, Meghalaya


Laitlum Canyon of Meghalaya is known for breathtaking landscape and home to many picturesque sites. The Canyons and Gorge is little explored place in the hills of Shillong.

Kakoijana Reserved Forest, Assam

golden langur

Kakoijana Reserved Forest of Assam is famous for large number of golden langurs in India. The forest is also home to highly endangered species like clouded Leopard, Binturong, Hornbill bird and Burmese python.

Kaziranga National Park, Assam


Kaziranga National Park of Assam is a must visit place in Assam, known for big 5 animals of India and home to largest population of Indian rhinoceros, wild water buffalo,Royal Bengal Tiger and Asian elephant.

Namdapha National Park, Arunachal Pradesh

Namdapha National Park of Arunachal Pradesh is the biodiversity hotspot and largest protected area in the Eastern Himalaya of Northeast India.

Dibru Saikhowa National Park, Assam


Dibru Saikhowa National Park is a Biosphere Reserve, bounded by the Brahmaputra and Lohit rivers. It is the largest salix swamp forest in north east India and home to many endangered species of wild animals such as capped langur, Hoolock gibbon, Asiatic water buffalo, and feral horse.



North East Indian state forest are home to list of endangered and endemic wild animal species like clouded leopard,Himalayan serow, red panda,red goral, Hoolock gibbon, Pygmy hog and Malayan sun bear.

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  • Muraleedharan Nair says:

    North East unexplored mainly because of lack of connectivity and good hotels. I visit Meghalaya frequently for some work. When v go to the land ports on Bangladesh border after Cherapunjee there is no roadside tea stalls. Roads r very bad.

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