North East Tour

Planning to spend your holidays amid the cool and refreshing hills endowed with pristine beauty of nature, waterfalls, sprawling tea gardens, virgin hills, and thick forest with inhabitants of wild animals and birds and unending paths that is less travelled? Come to North East India, the most sought after holiday and tour destination in India and explore some of the beautiful tourist destinations that makes North East India the gem of India tour packages. Whether planning for a leisure holiday tour, luxury honeymoon holidays, family vacation, nature tour, adventure holidays or want to soak in the rich culture and heritage, North East India have wonderful tourism destinations and facilities that would make every things possible and holidays a dream come true.

Come and soak in the rich heritage and culture of Sikkim, beauty of Darjeeling and sip the world famous tea enjoying the lovely view of Mount Kanchenjunga explores the unexplored Meghalaya, Shillong, Cherrapunji or experience the adventure of wildlife safari in Assam, etc. Guwahati, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, etc have plenty of alluring tourist places and nature blessed sightseeing attractions that can make any holiday planning in North East India enjoyable and memorable.

North East India Tour Packages

Sikkim

Sikkim a land enchanting meadows has several tourist attractions in all cardinals, it is a perfect summer camp with main town Gangtok standing in midst of valley. If you are planning a visit to organic state than start from main town, walk into MG Marg, Visit Enchey Monastery for religious revelation, try cable car that runs from Gangtok to Nam Nam View point. The central Sikkim is known for its exclusive lifestyle and shopping so spend some days here.

Namchi, South Sikkim is a perfect tourist place and there is religious site like Char Dham, Samdruptse Monastery. Eco tourism of South Sikkim is reflected by Namchi Rock Garden which is at a distance of around 10 minutes from Samdruptse. Buddha Park Ravangla known for its beautiful garden is a tourism hotspot.

In North you have Tsomgo Lake and Nathula for perfect summer vacation and western beauty is represented by Yuksom from where you could get clear view of Mount Kanchenjunga. Zuluk, an eastern Sikkim is undoubtedly the most sought after destination along with Pelling where hospitality and tourism industry is growing intensely.

Darjeeling District

Darjeeling district is a big prospect that includes part of Doars with sub divisions like Kalimpong and Kurseong. Queen of hill station has layers of beauty and creams of Mirik, Sonada, Pedong, Lava, Gorubathan, Jaldhaka, etc are parts of gentle tourism.

Darjeeling: in Darjeeling you should start your journey from Chowrasta, passing through Mall road to view the miraculous Mount Kanchenjunga. Chowrasta is a world renowned square and from here you could move to Alubari for trekking to reach Tiger hill and Sinchel dham. Around Chowrasta you have Mahakal Temple and further ahead, there is governor house, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling Zoo etc. Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is an amazing prospect and traveller should try exclusive to train ride to Batasia Loop and Ghoom Monastery.

Kalimpong set at lower elevation and separated by flow of Tessta River is an inspiring site and from Darjeeling you could drive here appreciating beauty of tea estates like Pehsok, Takdah, lamahatta etc. Tessta River is a beauty and from main town you could move to Delo for paragliding and picturesque tourism. Now travel to Durpin and then move to Lava, Loleygoan, Reshap valley etc. Other important tourist attractions include Hat Bazaar, Gorubathan, Mangal Dham, etc.

Kurseong: around 29 km down, Kurseong is a lovely place and tourist places include Dow hill which is known for its spooky environment. For religious aspect there is Ambotia Shiva Mandir and Giddapahar mandir. Other tourist places include Ziro, Eagle Craig, Deer park etc.

Assam

For abundance of culture and nature we suggest Assam to be a gateway to North East states. It has scenic surroundings and perfect environment for art and craft to grow. You could well classify your visit in natural and adventure prospect.

Your journey should start from Kaziranga national park to view one horned Rhino and capture glimpse of birds before travelling to Agnigarh hill for religious revelation; you could also visit Kamakhya mandir dedicated to Lord Kali. Press on forward towards Haflong hill which is considered as Switzerland of the east, it is a perfect landscape with enthralling lakes and streams. Other tourist places in Assam are Umrangshu which is known for its trekking trails, River Brahmaputra, Diphu and many more.

Meghalaya

Meghalaya which means an abode of clouds is a wettest region in north east India with Cherrapunji and Mawsynram accounting the largest amount of rainfalls. The state is blessed with numerous waterfalls and spectacular hills are always covered with thick clouds to offer cold climatic conditions.

Understand culture of Meghalaya by visiting Shillong, the capital city it has numerous tourist places within and for its enchanting beauty it is considered as Scotland of the East. The tourist places within are Shillong peak where you could enjoy amazing views beside that there are numerous majestic falls like Sweet falls, Spread Eagle falls, Mawphlang Sacred Forest, Mawphlang Falls etc. Living Root Bridge is an inspiring site with a history of civilization; the roots have grown to connect one valley with other. Some other beautiful sites where traveller could come include Williamnagar, Tura, Siju caves etc.

Manipur

Set amidst breathtaking blue hills, Manipur would surely capture your soul. Tribal culture, deep foliage of bamboo forest, cultural activities and natural perks there is everything you need to make your tour inspiring and memorable.

In Manipur you don’t look for big cities rather get into fold or rural tourism starting your journey from Moirang which is known for its cultural captivation before moving to Imphal the capital city where you would understand the source of their economy. Head back to rural post and pass through Andro to buy their crafts and art and then move to Kangla fort to understand the historic significance. Other inspiring tourist places include Ukhrul, Bishnupur, Chandel etc.

Mizoram

With 21 major peaks at various heights, Mizoram is a perfect hill station to come for summer vacation. Apart from cultural compassion you have inspiring tourist places like Aizawl, the capital city of Mizoram. Within Aizawl you have Durtlang hills, Tamdil Lake, Sibuta lung etc. Champai referred as Fruit Bowl of Mizoram is an interesting site to visit along with Murlen National Park, Palak Wildlife Sanctuary, etc. The pristine hill station is known for its wildlife sanctuaries so if you are a wildlife enthusiast you are going to love state of Mizoram.

Nagaland

Right from head hunting culture to bizarre dance of tribal people, Nagaland is home to skilful people. The state is vibrant and has its choice of art. Unprecedented traditions and colourful lands are subject to inspiration of nature and tourist places around are beyond imagination.

Start your journey from Dimapur, it is home to some of the most artistic village like Nichuguard Village, Kuki Dolong Village, Chumukedima, Sethekima Village and Medziphema. From here you could move to Kohima, the capital city and could head to Mokukchung, the liveliest district of Nagaland. To witness a glorious agriculture travel to Mon and for colourful orchids Wokha is a perfect site to come.

Tripura

Surrounded by Bangladesh, Tripura is a serene sister state with bounty of nature, an interesting part of tourism is state is less explored and its virgin forest could be a most eclectic site for traveller to come and rejuvenate. Your itinerary starts from Agartala, where you would witness an oracle of nature along with cultural chronicles of tribe. It has numerous temples and monuments beside that Agartala are known for its handicrafts. Dharmanagar with splendid tourist places like Jampui hills, Aflong, Roa wildlife sanctuary could be a fascinating site to stop along with Udaipur where you can stroll around places Tripura Sundari Temple, Old Palace, Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary etc.

Arunachal Pradesh

 When I see Arunachal Pradesh, I see time standing and admiring its natural beauty, the swept of valleys and sooths of river plays a beauty of amalgamation to bring the very best of Arunachal Pradesh. It shares internal border with Assam and Nagaland and in international sphere, land is connected further with China, Myanmar and Bhutan. Itanagar is a capital and could be considered main economic branch.

Tawang: for religious prospect Tawang is an ideal place to come, considered as second Tibet, there are awesome set of monastery and has a history of Buddhism connected with it. Apart from religious chrome magnificent valleys and lakes is a picturesque spot to appreciate.

Roing: for archaeologist and nature lover there is no better place than Roing, it has numerous river banks and ultimate valleys beside that cultural dictionary of Arunachal could well be understood here.

Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary: for wildlife photographer, we suggest Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary to be the best place; it is rich in flora and fauna and has around 2000 spices of plants and around 40 species of mammals.

Itanagar: the state capital is well connected and has a good transport and communication system to connect with the entire major tourist places of Arunachal Pradesh. It is a place where you would witness architectural beauty and socio-cultural significance.

Ziro: set at a plateau it is amongst those pristine hill stations where trekking is allowed and perplexities of life have turned into simple rural life with agriculture going. It is gateway to numerous trekking spots like Kardo Hills, Talley Valley, Talley Wildlife Sanctuary and many more.

Himalayan Wildlife

Himalayans are the highest as well as the longest mountain ranges in the entire world. These ranges are home to numerous endangered animals as one third of all mountain animals live here. The Himalayan mountain ranges spread over 1500 miles long and 250 miles wide and which includes most of the Nepal, Bhutan, South Tibet and the top most of North India. And the entire Himalayan ranges are divided into the Greater, Lesser and the outer Himalayans.