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The terrains of North East are plagued by diversity forever. The colourful mix of cultures, traditions and biodiversity make it a prominent region to visit every once in a while with North east tour packages. A scenic treat to the Travellers, Expedition in the North East encompasses a range of activities in its palette of options. Spend time in solitude and loosen up the knots in your soul. West Bengal Tours can offer a type of happiness that will keep you rooted to its hospitality. What is even more exciting is how West Bengal and Sikkim tours reflect the fascinating details that make you fall in love with their diversity all over again with our north east tour packages.
The North East of India, also known as The Seven Sisters has a few of the most beautiful places that one must visit in their lifetime. While the region has a rich cultural heritage and spectacular natural beauty, it is home to a wide variety of exotic wildlife and fauna giving visitors an experience of a lifetime. Comprising Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, and Manipur, this region offers a tapestry of natural beauty, diverse cultures, and unique experiences.
Assam is famous for its tea plantations and wildlife at Kaziranga. Meghalaya offers rolling hills and unique double-decker root bridges. Darjeeling in West Bengal is known for its tea gardens and iconic Toy Train. Sikkim boasts serene monasteries and trekking opportunities. The other states, including Manipur, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, and Tripura, have their distinct charm, with rich cultural traditions and picturesque landscapes. This region is a heaven for nature enthusiasts, adventure seekers, and those interested in exploring the unique cultures of India.
The North East tour package is a one-of-a-kind tour that includes comfortable accommodations and local cuisine to savour the flavours of each region. Northeast India’s diverse landscapes, rich culture, and warm hospitality will leave you with unforgettable memories.
Experience this lesser-explored part of India with us, where nature’s beauty and cultural richness await your discovery.
Highlights of India’s beautiful North East Tour
Majuli, located in the Brahmaputra River, is the world’s largest river island. Known for its rich cultural heritage and lush landscapes, it’s a hub of Assamese art and culture.
Kaziranga National Park:
Kaziranga is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Assam, India, famous for its one-horned rhinoceros population. It’s a vital conservation area for diverse wildlife and bird species.
Tea Plantations of Assam:
Assam is known for its tea plantations, producing some of the finest black tea in the world. The region’s rolling hills are covered with tea gardens, offering stunning views to the travellers. Assam tea is known for its bold, brisk flavour and is an integral part of the state’s culture.
Shillong and Cherrapunji:
Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya, known as the “Scotland of the East” for its picturesque landscapes. Cherrapunji, nearby, is famous for its heavy rainfall and lush scenery. Double-decker root bridges are unique attractions in the region, formed by intertwining tree roots.
The Historic Kolkata:
Kolkata, formerly Calcutta, is a city rich in history and culture. It played a significant role in India’s struggle for independence. It’s known for its colonial architecture, vibrant arts scene, and iconic places like Victoria Memorial and Howrah Bridge.
Darjeeling, in West Bengal, is famous for its tea gardens and the Himalayan Railway Toy Train. The “Toy Train” is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers a picturesque journey through the hilly terrain. The town is also loved for its scenic beauty and pleasant climate.
Sikkim is a northeastern Indian state with stunning landscapes, including the Himalayas. It’s known for its monasteries, lush forests, and biodiversity. The state offers adventure activities, like trekking, and is famous for its welcoming culture.
Tea gardens are abundant in the northeastern regions of India, especially Assam, Darjeeling, and Sikkim. These gardens are vital to the Indian tea industry, producing varieties like Assam tea and Darjeeling tea. The lush green landscapes of the tea gardens are a must-visit in Assam.
Jorhat is the first place where you will kick start your journey. Known mostly for its extensive tea gardens, the place is the nerve center of the tea industry and visitors can start their day at Tocklai Tea Research Institute and gain insights about the research work carried out to discover the effects of tea. Next day you will be visiting the Nimati ghat, which serves as a link for ferry boats that operate from the river port to Majuli Island, Kamalabari, and Auniati.
To witness a one-horned Rhinoceros, our tour guide will also take you to the Kaziranga National Park. After being designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985, the place has every facility that any top-notch national park would have in the country. Spread over 420 Sq. Km this diverse national park is a must-visit for an extraordinary experience.
Tezpur will be our next spot after Jorhat as it is also famous for tea plantations. Its rich history, old temples, forests, and wildlife attract a large number of tourists from around the corner. Additionally, it is the bio-diverse park, Wild Mahseer, which is a gateway to craft memories amidst the lush tea gardens in Assam.
Surrounded by mesmerizing mountains and lush greenery, Shillong can be the best place for three nights in the North East tour package. Some of the most prominent places where you will be taken during the tour include Ward’s Lake, Shillong Peak, Elephant Falls, Laitlum Canyons, and many others. You can also get your hands on the Shawls, Manipuri Lungis, Scottish Clothes, Khasi Scrubs, and Bamboo Products to give to your loved ones.
Kolkata is the de facto cultural capital of India and is one of the most culturally significant rich cities in the country. The place symbolizes the celebration of culture, cuisine, and heritage with its colonial-era architecture, museums, and temples which never fail to mesmerize visitors. You will start your morning with the famous Flurys at Park Street and visit Howrah Bridge by sunset.
With an amazing view of Mount Kanchenjunga, the third-highest mountain peak in the world, Gangtok is the best place to spend at least three days. The place has the holiest valuable monasteries in India which provides a sense of relief and calmness.
Situated at an altitude of 19,000m.
Pelling gives the closest view of the Kanchenjunga. The place is also known for its pristine natural beauty, as the people of Pelling ensure that the natural and cultural resources of its land remain untouched by the visitors.
Darjeeling provides one of the best views in the world that anyone can have in their life. The two-night visit to the place can be filled with exploring the Queen of all hill stations. The mesmerizing views of the snow-capped Kanchenjunga and torrents flowing down the mountain slopes are something that you can have with them for the rest of your life.