Arunachal Pradesh is the remotest region, yet scantily populated states in the entire North East. Its natural beauty, tribal culture, craft traditions, splendid wildlife and magical charm make Arunachal a land of mysterious adventure. It is the largest of all the North Eastern states and is known as the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’.
Assam is one of the most advanced states in the North-Eastern part of India. The state is blessed with alluvial plains rich in flora and fauna, rolling tracts of paddy and tea and oil from the vast depths of the earth. Assam is the home to mighty Brahmaputra River which brings a lot of havoc during monsoon, but it is said that the Brahmaputra is revered for the prosperity she bestows on the land.
Manipur is situated in the eastern-most corner of Northeast India. The state is one of the Seven Sister States of India. Due to its wealth of flora and fauna, Manipur is described as a ‘flower on lofty heights’, ‘a jewel of India’ and ‘Switzerland of the East’. Its breath-taking scenic beauty makes it a tourist’s paradise.
Meghalaya is a major state in Northeast India. It is regarded as one of the Seven Sister States of India. Meghalaya has an all-embracing beauty that lures every traveller. It is also called the ‘Abode of Clouds’. Meghalaya is the youngest and one of the prettiest Indian states. It was a part of Assam up till 1972.
Mizoram is known as the ‘Land of Blue Mountains’, lying on the southern most outposts of the north eastern states. It is a land of unending natural beauty with a variety of flora and fauna. The native people of the state are called Mizos, meaning the highlanders.
Nagaland is one of the North-Eastern states of India which is covered mostly by high-altitude mountains. The hospitability of the people, culture and tradition simply touch the heart. Moreover, Nagaland is an ideal destination for trekking, rock climbing and jungle camping.
Tripura is the third smallest state and one of the North-Eastern Seven Sister States in India. The former princely state of Tripura, besides being ruled by Maharaja, claims to be a prehistoric land since it founds mention in the ancient epics of the Mahabharata and the Puranas. The state is also the abode of Goddess Tripuri Sundari, who is believed to be one of the 51 Shakti Peethas, as per the Hindu mythology.
Sikkim is most favoured holiday destinations in the North-East India. Bounded by Bhutan, Nepal and Tibet, this land is imbued with interesting history. The snow capped mountain ranges, the ever enduring topography; forest rich with orchids, bamboo groves, cardamom and rhododendron all contribute to make Sikkim a jewel of the eastern Himalayas between West Bengal and Nepal.