(Last Updated on : 24/11/2016)
Hill Stations of North East India form unification in nature, religions and the culture. These hill stations offer global tourists with lush green vegetations, scenic beauty of green hills, rainfall prone areas of Cherapunjee, limestone caves of Meghalaya
, Kamakhaya temple of Assam
, the rustic life of Nagaland
and the cultural festivals of Mizoram
Hill Stations in Sikkim
Sikkim is the land of mystic Buddhist culture and the hill stations with the tribal population. The hill stations of Sikkim has many monasteries, snow capped mountains and the mountain streams. Some of the famous hill stations in Sikkim are Gangtok
, the capital city of Sikkim, Aritar
for the wonderful Aritar Lake, Lachen
in North Sikkim for the snow capped mountains, Lachung
for the village life, Nathu La for the beautiful mountain passes to China, Pelling for the amazing views of Mt. Kanchenjunga
. There are more tourist destinations in Sikkim like Dzuluk, Yumthang
, Soren, Phodong
Hill Stations of Arunachal Pradesh
shows the secret nook of paradise with Itanagar as the capital city. There are some hill-stations in Arunachal Pradesh which shows the gorgeous and charming Himalayan delights along with the borders of Bhutan, Burma and China. Arunachal Pradesh is best known for the worlds second oldest Buddhist monastery- Tawang monastery and the beautiful mountain streams. Some of the hill stations in Arunachal Pradesh are Ziro Valley, Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Lakhimpur, Bomdila
, Pasighat, Mouling National Park, Nuranang, Gudpi and Chong Chugmi Ranges, Roing, Khonsa and Along.
Hill Stations of Mizoram
gives the landlocked hill stations with the neighboring states like Tripura
, Assam and Meghalaya, while Myanmar and Bangladesh are the international borders. Some of the hill stations of Mizoram are Aizawl
, Hmuifang, Lunglei
, Reiek, Durtlang Hills, Phawngpui Peak, Dampa Tiger Reserve, Murlen National Park, Vantawng Falls, Palak Dil and Tam Dil.
Hill Stations of Nagaland
Nagaland has hill stations with Kohima
as the capital city. Kohima is a place of historical importance in colonial India, when during the last phase of Second World War Indian National Army
led by Subhas Chandra Bose
captured Kohima from the hands of British Government in India. Here some of the hill stations are Dimapur
, Mokokchung, Bara Basti, Dzukou Valley and Pfutsero.
Hill Stations of Manipur
is filled with the tribal villages. Some of the tribal villages are now the tourist attractions. Some of the villages in Manipur are Kaina Hill Station, Kangchup Hill, Langthabal, Maibam Lokpa, Khoriphaba Hill, Kangchup Hill and Mount Kisha of Tamenglong region of Manipur.
Hill Stations of Meghalaya
Megalaya is dotted with the hilly places like Cherrapunji
, Jowai, Shillong
Hill Stations of Assam
Assam is the religious capital of North East. Here some of the places are Haflong
, Maibang, Hamren, Jatinga and Umrangso.