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Meghalaya

Meghalaya is simply mesmerizing and bedecked with beautiful mountain forests and waterfalls. The state shares its borders with Assam on the north and Bangladesh on the south. Shillong, the capital city, is one of the finest hill stations in the country and a very popular tourist hotspot. The beautiful lakes in and around Shillong are simply a refreshing sight. Shillong also has a deep rooted musical influence that travels through generations and genres. The state is abundant in waterfalls, pine grooves, gardens, lakes, wildlife, and is ideal for sports, angling, trekking and hiking. The temperate climate, the pleasant lakes, rumbling waterfalls, the soulful music – all make Meghalaya a wonderful experience.   Photo Credit: Umiam Lake  by eopath...

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Sikkim

Sikkim is a scenic state nestled in the eastern Himalayas. Sikkim shares its boundaries with Nepal to the west, China’s Tibet Autonomous Region to the north and east, and Bhutan to the southeast, and the Indian state of West Bengal to the south. The terrain is hilly and mountainous. Sikkim is sprinkled with beautiful hill slopes, the tall trees, gushing hot springs, and the diverse range of flora and fauna which makes the state an interesting ecological hotspot.  Gangtok, the capital city, is the largest city in Sikkim and is teeming with tourists all year round. Kanchenjunga, the highest peak in the world, is located at the border of Sikkim and Nepal. The colorful traditional festivals, the exotic attractions, the mystic mountains, the pristine lakes,  the rich bio-diversity – all make Sikkim a popular tourist destination. Sikkim is indeed a breathtaking experience.   Photo Credit: Gurudongmar Lake  by Saran...

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Assam

Assam is a beautiful state and is widely known for its rich biodiversity and ethno-cultural groups. Beautiful valleys and hills spread throughout the state makes Assam a hot tourist destination. And Assam is in fact the biggest tourist destination among the 8 northeastern states. The Brahmaputra river which forms the lifeline of the state is a majestic river with an origin older than the Himalayas. And the Brahmaputra Valley is a wonderful sight. Assam is also known for its plush tea estates and Assam tea is believed to be one of the finest in the world.   Guwahati, the capital city, is a bustling city and of great commercial importance not only for Assam but also for the rest of the northeaster states. The state is abundant in nature and wildlife. Kaziranga National Park is home to the one horned rhinos and several other wildlife species. It is also a World Heritage site. Assam is definitely a must visit for wildlife tourism adventures.  ...

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Nagaland

Nagaland is another beautiful and picturesque state in the north eastern part of India. Yet another cultural paradise, Nagaland is an amazingly beautiful state and simply mesmerizing with nature’s beauty sprinkled all over with lavish extravagance. Endowed with a plethora of nature’s beauty, Nagaland is nature lover’s paradise. The juvenile beauty and cultural exuberance that the state has to offer is truly an experience of a lifetime. Kohima, the capital city, is a hill station situated 1444.12m above sea level. The winding roads, the lush green fields decking up on the sides of the hill, the lively local markets all represent in bits and parts the scintillating experience one can get in Kohima. The exotic culture, an unhurried pace of life, calm and serene environment with its fresh and unpolluted air makes Nagaland a great place to unwind to soak nature’s beauty in its pure and pristine form....

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Manipur

Located in the northeastern part of India, Manipur is a beautiful panoramic state bordering Myanmar. The natural and scenic beauty of the state is so profound that Lord Irwin described Manipur as the Switzerland of India. Manipur shares its borders with Nagaland in the north, Mizoram in the south, and Cachar district of Assam in the west. This beautiful state is a cultural paradise loaded with multi-ethnic groups which bring a varied blend of colourful cultures and traditions. The capital city, Imphal, is a valley surrounded by 7 ranges on all sides; a scenic paradise with a calm moderate climate. It is an ideal getaway for tourists looking for a great cultural experience and enjoy a pleasant stay. Loktak, the largest fresh water lake, is an amazing sight. Art and culture forms a major part of the lives of the people in Manipur. And its cultural diversity is simply spellbound. The mystic hills, the meandering streams, the vibrant valley, the beautiful lakes…all make Manipur a great destination for nature lovers....

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