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Attractions in North East India – Visit the Wonderland!

Have you ever heard about a Wonderland? Well, how about North East India? Surrounded by dense forests, snow-capped mountains, ancient monasteries, cascading waterfalls, glistening lakes, and breathtaking valleys, every bit of North East India will make you fall in love. Well, how does that sound? Wonderland, right? Such a beautiful place! Every individual must go on a trip to North-East India at least once in their lifetime to experience real heaven. Planning for a vacation? Confused about the attractions in North East India? Well, you need to read this. Have a read and find out the top 8 attractions in North East India for a perfect vacation. Let the top eight attractions rule your itinerary!

A click in Nagaland
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Top 8 Attractions in North East India

  • Tawang Monastery – Arunachal Pradesh
  • Kaziranga National Park – Assam
  • Gorichen peak – Arunachal Pradesh
  • Cherrapunji – Meghalaya
  • Gangtok – Sikkim
  • Shilloi Lake – Nagaland
  • Agarthala – Tripura
  • Dzukou Valley – Manipur

1. Tawang Monastery – Arunachal Pradesh

A click of Tawang Monastery which is one of the top attractions in North East India
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Tawang Monastery is one of the famous attractions in North East India. Interestingly, this is one of the largest monasteries in the world and the largest in North East India. Situated at a height of about 10,000 feet, the monastery offers a panoramic view of the entire Tawang River Valley. In addition, it houses residential complexes for monks, Buddhist study centre, temples, schools, and a library. Beautiful, right?

Location: Cona, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh 790104

Best time to visit: The best time to visit this place is from April to October.

Also Read: Amazing Places to visit in Tawang

2. Kaziranga National Park – Assam

A click inside Kaziranga National Park
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This place is a paradise for wildlife lovers. Kaziranga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is famous for the one-horned rhinoceros. Interestingly, this place also houses different types of birds. You can spot various birds such as the black-nested stork and white-fronted goose. In addition, you will also find Asiatic elephants, Royal Bengal tigers, wild water buffalo and leopards. Isn’t that amazing? Safaris can also be undertaken during both day and night. Also, do not miss the elephant rides!

Location: Kanchanjuri, Assam

Best time to visit: November, February and April

Also Read: Top Wildlife Sanctuaries in Assam

3. Gorichen Peak – Arunachal Pradesh

A click of Gorichen Peak which is one of the top attractions in North East India
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The gorgeous Arunachal Pradesh is home to many mountain peaks. Agreed? Well, you can’t deny the fact. Also, Gorichen peak is a famous mountain peak in Arunachal Pradesh. Adventure seekers, you should definitely visit this beauty. With a height of more than 6500 meters above sea level, you need to work hard in order to reach the summit. Scared? Well, life is supposed to be an adventurous ride, right? So, not to worry, get ready to reach the top and witness some stunning views of the valley below. You can also try activities like camping, trekking & rock climbing.

Location: Between Tawang and West Kameng districts, Tawang, India

Best time to visit: April, May, September and October are the best months to visit Gorichen peak.

Also Read: Things to do in Arunachal Pradesh

4. Cherrapunji – Meghalaya

Nohkalikai falls in Cherrapunji
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Cherrapunji is one of the best attractions in North East India and is home to amazing waterfalls. Located around 50 Kilometres from Shillong, this sub-divisional town is famous for its rich flora & fauna & houses many attractions to mesmerize people. Love rain? Cherrapunji is the ideal place for you people. In addition, Cherrapunji holds the record for the highest rainfall in a year. Cool, right? Interestingly, you will find Asia’s cleanest village Mawylynnnong in Cherrapunji. Spend some time here by experiencing the culture and food of this village. Some of the must-visit places in Cherrapunji are Double Decker Living Root Bridges, Dainthlen Waterfalls, Krem Phyllut, Eco Park, Mawsmai Falls, and Mawkdok Dympep Valley.

Location: Southern Meghalaya

Best time to visit: The best time to visit Cherrapunji is from October to May.

Also Read: Top 8 Attractions in Meghalaya

5. Gangtok – Sikkim

A beautiful click in Gangtok
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Your vacation to North East India will never be complete without visiting Gangtok. This beautiful place in Sikkim is incredibly alluring, pleasantly boisterous and wreathed in clouds. Some of the must-visit places in Gangtok are Tashiding Monastery, Seven Sisters Waterfalls, Phodong Monastery, Himalayan Zoological Park, Tashi Viewpoint Kanchenjunga, Nathu La Pass, Hanuman Tok, Ganesh Tok, and Fambong La Wildlife Sanctuary. Also, never miss the white water rafting experience in River Teesta.

Location: Sikkim, India

Best time to visit: September to October and March to June are the two best periods to visit Gangtok.

Also Read: Helicopter Rides in Gangtok

6. Shilloi Lake – Nagaland

Shilloi Lake in Nagaland
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Shilloi Lake is one of the must-visit places in Nagaland. The quaint lake overlooks the rugged mountain peaks & offers some breathtaking views for the visitors. It is also the largest lake in Nagaland. Interestingly, you will also find a horrifying story behind the lake. Well, get ready to hear the story from the locals on your visit to Shilloi Lake.

Location: Phek, Kohima, India

Best time to visit: The best time to visit Shilloi Lake is from June to September.

Also Read: Nagaland Travel Tips

7. Agartala – Tripura

A scenic click in Agarthala
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Agartala is one of the best attractions in North East India. This city is the capital city of Tripura and is one of the famous places in Tripura. You will love this place for its green pastures, beautiful hills and valleys. Also, never miss visiting Ujjayanta Palace which is the main attraction of Agartala. This palace is built by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya in 1899. The architecture of this palace will make you awe-struck for a moment, the three domes, floors, wooden ceiling and stunning doors will add more beauty to this palace.

Location: West Tripura

Best time to visit: The best time to visit Agartala is from October to March

Also Read: Things to do in Tripura

8. Dzukou Valley – Manipur

Dzukou Valley in Manipur
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Looks amazing, right? Well, imagine being at this place for real. Cool, huh? Dzukou valley is loved for its stunning views and trekking experience. In addition, this valley houses the rare Dzukou lily and many other species of flowers. Also, the highest point in the Dzukou Valley is 2600 meters. Imagine sitting atop of the hill and admiring the sheer beauty of this place. Heaven, right? Never miss adding this beautiful place in your itinerary which is one of the best attractions in North East India.

Location: Mao, Manipur

Best time to visit: The best time to visit Dzukou Valley is from June to September

Also Read: 8 Must-Visit Places in Manipur

That was an amazing list of top 8 attractions in North East India, right? This place is beyond your imaginations. Get ready to plan a vacation to North East India and witness the beauty for real. You can reach out to Pickyourtrail website and find some amazing travel packages, including honeymoon packages and vacation packages. You can also leave a Whatsapp inquiry for more options. Also, choose Pickyourtrail and get a chance to customize your own itinerary with the help of our travel experts. In addition, we also have our Customer Happiness team who will be guiding you throughout your vacation by the 24/7 Pickyourtrail App. It’s time to explore the wonderland!! Let the adventure begin!!

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