5 places to visit in North East India






Are you planning to go on a holiday destination that should be a lifetime experience? Are you looking for a break from your daily lives? I got you covered. North East India is waiting for you.

 North east India is well known for its multi- culture, diversified topography and a wide variety of food. People of North east speak different languages, wear different dresses and practice different religions. Along with cultural diversity, north east India is famous for its lush greenery, waterfalls and scenic beauty.

In case you are planning to visit the north eastern part of India and see some of the best places there, this blog will be helpful to you. Here, I will be talking about 5 naturally beautiful and sightseeing places you must visit if you want to go on a holiday destination to the NE India. This will be a once in a lifetime, and memorable holiday destination.

Here are some of the best places you must visit if you want to go on a holiday destination:

1.       Dzukou valley in Nagaland

North East India is rich in greenery with lush valleys and flora and fauna. Dzukou valley is located in the outskirts of Nagaland and Manipur. The valley is rightly known as the valley of flowers. There are several indigenous species of flower and plants are found in this valley. During spring season, the scenery gets beautiful with so many flowers growing all around. The best time to visit the Dzukou valley is between August and October when the nature is at its best.

You can go for trekking in the forests where no human resides. There are plenty of bamboo trees and teaks that grow in the forest.

2.       Majuli in Assam

Majuli, located in Assam is the smallest river island in the world. It is a home to various species of flora and fauna. Also, the island is well known for its culture and religious movements. The place is rich in unique artifacts such as coins, utensils and other antique pieces from the Assamese civilization. It is also the first river district in India that has lost enormous land due to soil erosion. Majuli attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world.

3.       Shillong in Meghalaya

Shillong  with its charm and elegance is alluring. The mountains and the favorable climate here attract people from all parts of the world. Shillong has various waterfalls and valleys that are rich in flora and fauna. Shillong in Meghalaya is a lovely hill station famous for its scenic beauty. The place is famous for the indigenous tribe and their culture.  You can also visit Mawlylong and Mawsinram, also known as the wettest place in the world with continuous rainfall.

Cherrapunji and Dawki will be a treat to your eyes with so much beauty around you. The water is so clear and the scenic beauty is out of the world.

4.       Sikkim

Sikkim is one of the famous tourist spot in India. It is famous for its Tibetan realms and places of Buddhism. It is well known for its culture and art. Gangtok in Sikkim is one of the cleanest places in the world. If you want to go for Buddhist sightseeing places and want to visit the Nathula Pass, a trip to Sikkim is a must.

5.       Kaziranga

Kaziranga is well known for one horned rhino which is located only in its park. The one horned rhino is an endangered species and if you want to see this sloth beast, you need to visit the Kaziranga natural park. Apart from the one horned rhino, Kaziranga is rich in various indigenous birds, monkeys and medicinal plants. The wood horned duck and certain species of indigenous monkeys are found in this natural park.



North East is a home to various species, both flora and fauna. The scenic beauty you witness there will make a mark on your mind and you always want to go back to the places every once in a while. There are so many places to visit in North East India but these are some of the famous places you must visit in your lifetime. There was a recent forest fire in the Dzukou valley of Nagaland but it will be open after two months. If you think I am exaggerating the beauty of north east, see the pictures and you will be in awe.


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