Northeast India Tour Packages

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Termed aptly as hidden treasure of India, North-East India is one of the most significant regions of South-Asia in terms of availability of eco-tourism opportunities. The dense forests lying in foothills of Himalayan hills are stunning in their natural beauty, and are home to many of wildlife parks including Manas National Park and Kaziranga National Park, which are natural World Heritage Site. Besides, numerous of lovely waterfalls and caves are another beautiful attraction of the wonderful land of North-East India. In the entire South Asia, Northeast is considered as one of the best geographical regions to enjoy eco adventurous. North-East Asia is indeed paradise for nature lovers. Well off natural heritage including line of Himalayan hills, pervasive dense forests, lovely waterfalls and caves let tourist indulge into a number of activities. Abundance of eco activities like Trekking, Rafting, Nature Walk, Jungle Exploration and Wildlife Viewing indulge tourists predominantly in discovering the exquisite natural heritage of the region.

  • Arunachal Pradesh

    Not densely populated, isolated with natural beauty at its purest form and the first to be kissed by the morning sun, Arunachal is one of the ideal place for the eyes and soul searching for something peaceful yet so much to discover.

    Arunachal Shares borderlines with China (Tibet) in the north, Myanmar (Burma) in the east, Bhutan in the west, Nagaland and Assam in the south. It is the remotest and one of the isolated regions amongst the other state. It is a unique destination, undisturbed by overdevelopment and its consequence. Largest of all the North Eastern states (83,743 sq. km) Arunachal is blessed by a delightful variegated climate, perfect for holidays any time of the year. Almost 82% of the state is under forest cover. It is the only state that can claim to have four major varieties of the big cats in its jungle, the tiger, leopard, clouded leopard and snow leopard. Not densely populated, isolated with natural beauty at its purest form and the first to be kissed by the morning sun, Arunachal is one of the ideal place for the eyes and soul searching for something peaceful yet so much to discover.


    September to May.

  • Assam

    Assam with its capital Guwahati stood as an advance states in the North East. Filled with vast alluvial plains rich in forests and rolling tracts of paddy and tea, and oil from the vast depths of the earth. It’s a hub for naturally producing tea for half of India.

    Assam is tucked amidst the dramatic Himalayan foothills in north and the plateau and the hilly terrain of Meghalaya in the south. Dominated by the mighty Brahmaputra River, Assam with its capital Guwahati is one of the advances states in the North East.
    Assam is one of the highest Timber producers of the country. The tea estate was established during the British in India, producing half of India’s tea. Tourists from across the world visits the world renowned Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary, Known as hub of one horned Rhino. The project Tiger Reserves Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is a World Heritage site. Assam is also home to the world’s largest inhabited riverine island, Majuli.

    From October to April.

  • Manipur

    Owing to its geographic location, snuggled with Lake and parks, such as Loktak Lake, Keibul Lamjao National Park, Loukoipat eco park in Bishnupur District, Dzuko Valley, Barak Waterfall, and Zeilad Lakein Tamenglong Na upcoming hill station in the hilltop surrounded by thick forest full of Orchids wild tea, this destination is known as eco-friendly destination.

    Manipur is one of the oldest states in the North East, with its individual identity and considered as the hottest tourists point in India. Manipur offers people from across the world a delight of its indigenous games such as Sagol Kangjei (Polo), Mukna, Yubi-Lakpi etc. The state gave the world the modern polo, having the pride of oldest polo ground still maintained properly. Also through Martial arts of Thang-ta and Sarit-Sarak, and the performance of Rasleela, Indian Classical- Manipuri Dance reflects the unique identity and pride of its land and people.

    October to March.

  • Meghalaya

    Located amidst natural grown beauty, varieties of Orchid and also the rich wildlife have gained huge attractions amongst the tourists. Meghalaya has two national park which are home to some of rare species of flora and fauna.

    Meghalaya the land with many hues of nature, is inhabited by the Khasis, Jaintia and Garos, known as pretty hill station Shillong, which has been Meghalaya’s first city for long time. Christianity is the major force amongst the three. It shares borderlines with Assam and Bangladesh. You will not only get wowed by its natural beauty, but its unique matrilineal society, which governs lineage and ancestral inheritance through the female line. Tourist were attracted to this place because of its major factor of attractions such as Cherrapunjee( the world renowned wettest place), Williamnagar-Jakrem-Nartiang-Jowai, Mawphlang-Mawsynram-Lawbah-Balat-Ranikor and so forth.

    From October to April.

  • Mizoram

    With its unique festivals and dances, natural beauty and ancient traditions, Mizoram has so much to offer to its visitors. Located in the heart of nature, being woken up by bird song reflects their great affinity to the most attractive features of the land in which they live.

    Located in the southern most outposts of the North Eastern states Mizoram is bound with Manipur, Assam and Tripura with its capital Aizawl, but a part of it slips down between Myanmar and Bangladesh. The Mizos are supposed to be one of the finest choir singers in the North East. Despite external influences after India’s Independence, they still continue to strive so hard to preserve their ancestors’ culture and tradition. The infusion of traditional lifestyle and customs are still very much alive in major villages, they also handed down the folk and community dances from one generation to the coming generation, which is reflected clearly on the special occasion such as harvest festivals. Mizoram has 10 important dances that celebrate life in all its richness. With its unique festivals and dances, natural beauty and ancient traditions, Mizoram has so much to offer to its visitors.

  • Nagalang

    Nagaland shares border with Assam, Myanmar, Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur, it formally listed in the 16th state of the Indian union in 1963. This land lures the wanderer with its festivals, brave warrior and tribal richness. Its capital city is Kohima, Located at a height of 1495 m height. Three mighty mountain ranges, running parallel to each other in a jagged line from north to south, comprise the backbone of Nagaland, they are the Patkai, Barali and Naga ranges from which flows the numerous rivers of which the most significant are the Dikhu and Doyang. The rugged mountains terrain is highest n Saramati in the Tuesang distric, which is 3, 840 m above sea level.
    Naga society is a well-knit and cohesive unit, living by ancient tenets that play an important role in contemporary life. One of its interesting features is the tradition of the Morung, a dormitory exclusively for men, which is the focal point of the village.
    monsoon season is from May to September; hence the best time to visit is from November to March.

  • Sikkim

  • Tripura