New Delhi to North East

  • North East Tour Packages
  • 191 / 191 Package s

Explore the Charms of the Seven Sisters in India


About North East Tour Packages

Browse other popular Holiday packages in International: International Cruise Packages , International Beach Packages , International Family Packages , International Adventure Packages , International Luxury Packages , International Leisure Packages , International Pilgrimage Packages , International Wildlife Packages

Best North East Tour Packages in 2024

Best time to visit in north east india:, how to reach north east india, places to see in north east india:, what to eat in north east india:, uncover the mysteries of north east:, culinary delights in north east, best sellers at epic discounts.


Splendid North East - Flight Incl...

7 Activities

6 Transfers

  • Tour Manager
  • Complimentary 1 Lunch...

Gaze at the mountains from Tashi View Point in Pelling.

North East Grandeur - Gangtok and...

6 Activities

5 Transfers

sunrise at Tiger hill

Sikkim Delight with Darjeeling Pa...

Calm your heart and soul in Rumtek Monastery.

Sikkim honeymoon Special Package

9 Activities

8 Transfers

Immerse in the profound serenity of the Char Dham!

Relaxing Break in Darjeeling Pack...

3 Activities

3 Transfers

Family Trip to Darjeeling - Exper...

5 Activities

4 Transfers

Stunning North East - Shillong an...

  • Ward's Lake

Seven Sisters Holidays

Explore the Scenic Beauty of Seven Sisters

Shillong and Guwahati 4N Package

  • Seven Sister Falls

Meghalaya - Shillong and Kazirang...

4 Activities

Alluring Meghalaya, Arunachal & A...

1N Guwahati

  • Nohkalikai Waterfalls, Cherrapunji

Breathe at the cleanest Asian vil...

  • Candle Light Dinner

Relaxing Arunachal Pradesh & Assa...

A splendid week in north east wit....

7 Transfers

  • safari tour
  • Police Bazaar

Summer 2024 Group Tour Package

Visit the Land of Smiles and Experience the Adobe of Clouds During the Summer of 2024

Group Package

Sikkim & Darjeeling Discovery - S...

18+ Activities

  • Complimentary 1 Lunch or refreshment on Day 1

Meghalaya Delight - Summer Group...

10+ Activities

  • Shillong Peak

Explore Sikkim with Lachung - Sum...

19+ Activities

9 Transfers

Sikkim with Pelling and Darjeelin...

Summer group tour 2024 - shillong....

13+ Activities


  • North East Culture Packages
  • North East Adventure Packages
  • North East Wildlife Packages
  • North East Pilgrimage Packages
  • North East Honeymoon Packages
  • North East Offbeat Packages
  • North East Family Packages


  • Culture Packages
  • Adventure Packages
  • Honeymoon Packages
  • Pilgrimage Packages
  • Wildlife Packages
  • Offbeat Packages
  • Wellness Packages


  • IndiGo Airlines
  • Jet Airways
  • SpiceJet Airlines
  • Air India Express

Best Selling India Tour Packages

  • Manali Tour Packages
  • Andaman Tour Packages
  • Goa Tour Packages
  • Kerala Tour Packages
  • Ladakh Tour Packages
  • Ooty Tour Packages
  • Rajasthan Tour Packages
  • Kashmir Tour Packages
  • Darjeeling Tour Packages
  • Coorg Tour Packages
  • Gangtok Tour Packages
  • Sikkim Tour Packages
  • Himachal Tour Packages
  • South India Tour Packages
  • Bhubaneshwar Tour Packages
  • Nainital Tour Packages
  • Mahabaleshwar Tour Packages
  • Shillong Tour Packages
  • North India Tour Packages
  • Agra Tour Packages
  • Shirdi Tour Packages
  • Mussoorie Tour Packages
  • Shimla Tour Packages
  • Uttarakhand Tour Packages
  • Assam Tour Packages
  • Munnar Tour Packages
  • Jaisalmer Tour Packages
  • Delhi Tour Packages
  • Bangalore Tour Packages
  • Hyderabad Tour Packages
  • Udaipur Tour Packages
  • Gujarat Tour Packages
  • Chennai Tour Packages
  • Mumbai Tour Packages
  • Holiday Packages
  • Cordelia Cruise Packages
  • Kullu Tour Packages
  • Rann Utsav Packages
  • Andaman And Nicobar Tour
  • Kullu Manali Packages
  • Shimla Manali Package
  • Delhi Agra Tour Package
  • Mathura Vrindavan Tour Package
  • Leh Ladakh Packages
  • Jammu Kashmir Tour Package
  • Darjeeling Gangtok Tour Packages
  • Chardham Yatra Package
  • Auli Tour Packages
  • Dalhousie Tour Packages
  • 12 Jyotirlinga Tour Package

Best Selling International Tour Packages

  • Bali Tour Packages
  • Maldives Package
  • Dubai Tour Packages
  • Thailand Tour Packages
  • Europe Tour Packages
  • Singapore Tour Packages
  • Bangkok Tour Packages
  • Sri Lanka Tour Packages
  • Malaysia Tour Packages
  • Switzerland Tour Packages
  • London Tour Packages
  • Mauritius Tour Packages
  • Australia Tour Packages
  • Hong Kong Tour Packages
  • Pattaya Tour Packages
  • Paris Tour Packages
  • Phuket Tour Packages
  • Greece Tour Packages
  • Vietnam Tour Packages
  • Indonesia Tour Packages
  • New Zealand Tour Packages
  • South Africa Tour Packages
  • Bhutan Tour Packages
  • Nepal Tour Packages
  • Egypt Tour Packages
  • Russia Tour Packages
  • International Tour Packages

Best Selling Honeymoon Packages in India

  • Manali Honeymoon Packages
  • Goa Honeymoon Packages
  • Kerala Honeymoon Packages
  • Andaman Honeymoon Packages
  • Ooty Honeymoon Packages
  • Shimla Honeymoon Packages
  • Darjeeling Honeymoon Packages
  • Munnar Honeymoon Packages
  • Kashmir Honeymoon Packages
  • Kodaikanal Honeymoon Packages
  • Coorg Honeymoon Packages
  • Sikkim Honeymoon Packages
  • Nainital Honeymoon Packages
  • Gangtok Honeymoon Packages
  • Chennai Honeymoon Packages
  • Rajasthan Honeymoon Packages
  • Mumbai Honeymoon Packages
  • Mussoorie Honeymoon Packages
  • Port Blair Honeymoon Packages

Best Selling International Honeymoon Packages

  • Maldives Honeymoon Packages
  • Mauritius Honeymoon Packages
  • Dubai Honeymoon Packages
  • Bali Honeymoon Packages
  • Bangkok Honeymoon Packages
  • Thailand Honeymoon Packages
  • Singapore Honeymoon Packages
  • Switzerland Honeymoon Packages
  • Europe Honeymoon Packages
  • Sri Lanka Honeymoon Packages
  • Greece Honeymoon Packages
  • Malaysia Honeymoon Packages
  • Phuket Honeymoon Packages
  • New Zealand Honeymoon Packages
  • Paris Honeymoon Packages
  • Seychelles Honeymoon Packages
  • Australia Honeymoon Packages
  • Italy Honeymoon Packages
  • Santorini Honeymoon Packages
  • Nepal Honeymoon Packages
  • International Honeymoon Packages

Best Selling India Tourism Packages

  • Manali Tourism
  • Andaman Tourism
  • Goa Tourism
  • Kerala Tourism
  • Ladakh Tourism
  • Ooty Tourism
  • Rajasthan Tourism
  • Kashmir Tourism
  • Darjeeling Tourism
  • Coorg Tourism
  • Gangtok Tourism
  • Sikkim Tourism
  • Himachal Tourism
  • North East Tourism
  • South India Tourism
  • Bhubaneshwar Tourism
  • Nainital Tourism
  • Mahabaleshwar Tourism
  • Gujarat Tourism
  • North India Tourism
  • Agra Tourism
  • Shirdi Tourism
  • Mussoorie Tourism
  • Shimla Tourism
  • Meghalaya Tourism
  • Telangana Tourism
  • Karnataka Tourism
  • Uttarakhand Tourism
  • TamilNadu Tourism
  • Pondicheryy Tourism

Best Selling International Tourism Packages

  • Bali Tourism
  • America Tourism
  • Maldives Tourism
  • Dubai Tourism
  • Thailand Tourism
  • Europe Tourism
  • Singapore Tourism
  • Bangkok Tourism
  • Sri Lanka Tourism
  • Malaysia Tourism
  • Switzerland Tourism
  • London Tourism
  • Mauritius Tourism
  • Australia Tourism
  • Hong Kong Tourism
  • Pattaya Tourism
  • Paris Tourism
  • Phuket Tourism
  • Greece Tourism
  • Vietnam Tourism
  • Indonesia Tourism
  • New Zealand Tourism
  • South Africa Tourism
  • Bhutan Tourism
  • Nepal Tourism

Best Selling From City Packages

  • North East Packages From New Delhi
  • North East Packages From Mumbai
  • North East Packages From Bangalore
  • North East Packages From Hyderabad
  • North East Packages From Ahmedabad
  • North East Packages From Kolkata
  • North East Packages From Chennai
  • North East Packages From Chandigarh
  • North East Packages From Lucknow
  • North East Packages From Pune
  • North East Packages From Indore
  • North East Packages From Jaipur
  • North East Packages From Nagpur
  • North East Packages From Kerala
  • North East Packages From Patna
  • North East Packages From Raipur
  • North East Packages From Bhubaneswar
  • North East Packages From Varanasi
  • North East Packages From Surat
  • North East Packages From Amritsar
  • North East Packages From Goa
  • North East Packages From Vishakhapatnam
  • North East Packages From Ranchi
  • North East Packages From Guwahati
  • North East Packages From Bhopal
  • North East Packages From Srinagar
  • North East Packages From Jammu
  • North East Packages From Vadodara
  • North East Packages From Vijayawada
  • North East Packages From Coimbatore

Best Selling Night Packages

  • Goa Packages for 3 days
  • Thailand Packages for 7 days
  • Maldives Packages for 3 days
  • Goa Packages for 4 days
  • Maldives Packages for 7 days
  • Bali Packages for 4 days
  • Thailand Packages for 3 days
  • Maharashtra Packages for 3 days
  • Bali Packages for 7 days
  • Coorg Packages for 3 days
  • Dubai Packages for 7 days
  • Goa Packages for 5 days
  • Maldives Packages for 5 days
  • Manali Packages for 3 days
  • Udaipur Packages for 3 days
  • Karnataka Packages for 4 days
  • Auli Packages for 4 days
  • Dubai Packages for 5 days
  • Jaisalmer Packages for 3 days
  • Karnataka Packages for 3 days
  • Krala Packages for 4 days
  • Uttarakhand Packages for 10 days
  • Manali Packages for 4 days
  • Maldives Packages for 4 days
  • Manali Packages for 5 days

MakeMyTrip Gift Cards

  • Wedding Gifts
  • Wedding Gift Card
  • Anniversary Gifts
  • Anniversary Gift Card
  • Birthday Gifts
  • Birthday Gift Card
  • Diwali Gifts
  • Diwali Gift Card
  • Valentines Day Gifts
  • Valentines Day Gift Card
  • Farewell Gifts
  • Gifts For Men
  • Christmas Gifts
  • Gift For Boys
  • Gifts For Sister
  • Bhai Dooj Gifts
  • Gifts For Boyfriend
  • Mother's Day Gifts
  • Gifts For Couples
  • Raksha Bandhan Gifts
  • Gift For Husband
  • Gifts For Girls
  • Corporate Gifts
  • Gift For Girlfriend
  • Gifts For Friends
  • Gifts For Women
  • Gifts For Mom

Best Selling Pilgrimage Packages

  • Kedarnath Tour Package
  • Vaishno Devi Tour Package
  • Tirupati Package
  • Amarnath Yatra Package
  • Murudeshwar Tour Packages
  • Do Dham Yatra Package
  • Kanchipuram Tour Package
  • Hemkund Sahib Package
  • Guruvayur Tour Package
  • Puri Tour Package
  • Rameshwaram Tour Package
  • Haridwar Tour Package
  • Vrindavan Tour Package
  • Dwarka Tour Package
  • Mathura Tour Package
  • Varanasi Packages
  • Badrinath Tour Package
  • Somnath Tour Package
  • Ayodhya Tour Packages
  • Mahabalipuram Tour Package
  • Ujjain Packages
  • Ujjain Mahakaleshwar Tour Package
  • Omkareshwar Tour Package

Best Places to Visit in India

  • Places to Visit in India
  • Places to Visit in Goa
  • Places to Visit in Ooty
  • Places to Visit in Mysore
  • Places to Visit in Pondicherry
  • Places to Visit in Coorg
  • Places to Visit in Udaipur
  • Places to Visit in Lakshadweep
  • Places to Visit in Mussoorie
  • Places to Visit in Manali
  • Places to Visit in Munnar
  • Places to Visit in Nainital
  • Places to Visit in Shimla
  • Places to Visit in Srinagar
  • Places to Visit in Amritsar
  • Places to Visit in Jodhpur
  • Places to Visit in Ujjain
  • Places to Visit in Rajasthan
  • Places to Visit in Kerala
  • Places to Visit in Maharashtra
  • Places to Visit in Sikkim
  • Places to Visit in Meghalaya
  • Places to Visit in Uttarakhand
  • Places to Visit in Himachal
  • Places to Visit in Kashmir
  • Places to Visit in Madhya Pradesh
  • Places to Visit in Assam

Best Tourist Attractions in India

  • Gateway of India
  • Qutub Minar
  • Mysore Palace
  • Golden Temple
  • Charminar 
  • Mehrangarh Fort
  • Marina Beach  
  • City Palace
  • Elephant Caves
  • Sasan Gir National Park
  • Ranthambore National Park
  • Jim Corbett National Park
  • Lotus Temple
  • Jantar Mantar
  • Bandhavgarh National Park
  • Humayun's Tomb
  • Kumbhalgarh Fort
  • Nandi Hills
  • Ujjain Mahakal
  • Omkareshwar
  • kashi Vishwanath
  • Abbey Falls

Best Destinations In India

  • Pondicherry
  • Kanyakumari
  • Mahabaleshwar

Best Time To Visit in India

  • Best time to Visit Goa
  • Best Time to Visit Mumbai
  • Best Time to Visit Mandarmani
  • Best Time to Visit Gokarna
  • Best TIme to Visit Manali
  • Best Time to Visit Nainital
  •  Best Time to Visit Kasauli
  • Best Time to Visit Matheran
  • Best Time to Visit Munnar
  • Best Time to Visit Ooty
  • Best Time to Visit Gulmarg
  • Best Time to Visit Musoorie
  • Best Time to Visit Leh
  • Best Time to Visit Coorg
  • Best Time to Visit Cherrapunji
  • Best Time to Visit Shimla
  • Best Time to Visit Khajjiar
  • Best Time to Visit Darjeeling
  • Best Time to Visit Jaipur
  • Best Time to Visit Udaipur
  • Best Time to Visit Bangalore
  • India Tour Packages
  • north east Tour Packages

Deals of the Week   European Long Weekends   Up to 50% OFF

Northeast India Tours & Trips

Find the right tour package for you through Northeast India. We've got 37 trips going to Northeast India, starting from just 4 days in length, and the longest tour is 17 days. The most popular month to go is November, which has the most tour departures.

37 Northeast India tour packages with 10 reviews

Meghalaya (A Budget Friendly Tour) Tour

  • Christmas & New Year

Meghalaya (A Budget Friendly Tour)

Everything went according to the agreed plan, so I have nothing to complain about. Sometimes the driving was too long for a single day, it would be nicer if the tour included moving to hotels closer to the destinations, which would allow for more time to visit other places. I went during March, which meant that waterfalls had minimum to no water, so if you are interested in that, I would suggest a different season. My suggestion to the tour operator would be to add tours for Meghalaya that include more physical activities, like the bamboo trek, which can appeal to younger people. Some of the activities were too simple and not really worth hours of driving. Thank you for organising my trip and answering all my queries!
  • 10% deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

Mystic Trails of the Northeast: Temples, Tigers, and Tribes Expedition Tour

Mystic Trails of the Northeast: Temples, Tigers, and Tribes Expedition

Riverside Reverie: Guwahati, Kaziranga & Majuli Expedition Tour

  • Sightseeing

Riverside Reverie: Guwahati, Kaziranga & Majuli Expedition

The Best of Northeast India Tour

The Best of Northeast India

Great tour.Enjoyed every second of it. Hotels were great.Our driver and guides were amazing.Have no doubt in recommending this tour.

North East India 12 Days Tour Tour

North East India 12 Days Tour

Eastern Gems, Landscapes And Culture - An Assam Tour !! Tour

  • In-depth Cultural
  • Wildlife & Nature Photography

Eastern Gems, Landscapes And Culture - An Assam Tour !!

North East India Monastic and Wildlife Tour Tour

North East India Monastic and Wildlife Tour

North East India Monastic and Wildlife Tour Tour

Eastern India Tour

Who Else Wants To Know The Mystery Behind 12 Days Assam Wildlife Tour Packages? Tour

Who Else Wants To Know The Mystery Behind 12 Days Assam Wildlife Tour Packages?

We waited for this trip for a long time. Actually we reserved this trip before pandemic and we were suppose to arrive 21st March 2020.But unfortunately we could not come and we were worried about our deposit.Hemender was ready to return our deposit but agreed on a mutual agreement to hold this tour in the future. It almost took 3 years to come and explore the wildlife of North East India.During the 3 Years, Hemender was in regular touch and keep remining that your deposit is safe as well as your Tour is on hold. After the tour, I was amazed to see tigers,wild dogs and other wild animals.I am really happy after this tour and certainly I would recommend about Hemender and his company.

North East Golden Triangle With Kaziranga National Park Tour Tour

North East Golden Triangle With Kaziranga National Park Tour

North East India Tour with Bhutan Tour

North East India Tour with Bhutan

Highlights of Assam and Nagaland (Hornbill Festival) Tour

Highlights of Assam and Nagaland (Hornbill Festival)

India Expedition: Sikkim, Assam & Nagaland Tour

India Expedition: Sikkim, Assam & Nagaland

Assam Allure: Kaziranga National Park & Guwahati Discovery Tour

Assam Allure: Kaziranga National Park & Guwahati Discovery

What people love about northeast india tours, northeast india tours starting in:.

  • Guwahati (16)
  • Kolkata (Calcutta) (6)
  • Family (31)
  • Fully Guided (26)
  • Personalized (21)
  • Explorer (18)
  • Private (17)
  • In-depth Cultural (15)
  • Partially Guided (11)
  • Small Group (31)
  • 7 Day Tours (10)
  • 10 Day Tours (5)
  • 2 Week Tours (12)
  • 3 Week Tours (4)
  • Spring 2024 (29)
  • Summer 2024 (19)
  • Fall / Autumn 2024 (29)
  • Winter 2024 / 2025 (29)
  • Spring 2025 (28)
  • Summer 2025 (14)
  • Fall / Autumn 2025 (22)
  • Winter 2025 / 2026 (12)
  • April 2024 (29)
  • May 2024 (27)
  • June 2024 (19)
  • July 2024 (16)
  • August 2024 (16)
  • September 2024 (18)
  • October 2024 (28)
  • November 2024 (30)
  • December 2024 (29)
  • January 2025 (28)
  • February 2025 (28)
  • March 2025 (28)
  • April 2025 (26)
  • May 2025 (23)
  • June 2025 (14)
  • July 2025 (13)
  • August 2025 (13)
  • September 2025 (15)
  • October 2025 (12)
  • November 2025 (13)

Other Regions in India

  • Northern India (3112)
  • Rajasthan (1937)
  • Golden Triangle (957)
  • Southern India (576)
  • Kerala (187)
  • Eastern India (154)
  • Western India (132)
  • Kashmir (116)
  • Karnataka (95)
  • Western Ghats (88)
  • Himachal Pradesh (86)
  • Leh & Ladakh (81)
  • Central India (80)
  • Maharashtra (74)
  • Tamil Nadu (66)
  • Uttarakhand (61)

Travel Styles

  • Singles and Solo (31)
  • For Couples (12)
  • Seniors (5)

northeast tours

Explore India’s Hidden Gem with Our Northeast Tour Packages: Northeast Holiday Packages

Do you have a long-standing wish on your bucket list to visit a place with ravishing beauty? Do you want to be immersed in the breathtaking views of valleys and spend time by the tranquil monasteries? Then, make an itinerary to visit Northeastern India. We at North East Tours can help you create an all-inclusive plan that matches your time and budget.

We Provide First-rate Tour Packages in Northeast And The Places Include:

  • Magnificent Darjeeling & Sikkim
  • Mesmerizing Bhutan
  • Delightful Dooars
  • Untouched North East

Soak in the Excitement of Visiting the Northeast

At North East Tours , you can get assistance from a team of holiday planning experts. We have multiple packages that take you to each of the Seven Sisters of Northeastern India. The schedule and itineraries contain several exciting places and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. You can avail of our Untouched Northeast tour package to explore nature’s best-kept secrets. From Sikkim to Arunachal Pradesh, we have tour coordinators who would be at your service for any needs.

Customised Trips and Solutions

No matter how long you want your trip to be, we can always provide you with a solution. Our professional assistance will help you plan the perfect Northeast tour package in advance. We can also align with the holidays and festivals of the area to provide you with a better experience exploring the Northeast.

north east tour india

Amazing Travel Packages At Best Price

Explore the beautiful Northeast with North East Tour and be assured of a memorable travel experience at prices which best suit your budget!

Spiritual Sikkim

  • Darjeeling Sikkim

Bhutan Land of Happiness

  • Assam Meghalaya

Affordable Northeast Tour Packages - Northeast India

Northeast Tour is a trusted and best travel agency for Northeast India. Our best Northeast Tour Packages give you an amazing opportunity to explore the sterling Himalayan Region and the different culture of people over there. We leave no stone unturned in meeting the needs of our customers and deliver matchless packages in an unrivalled manner. We have tourists who come over from a number of countries across the world. It is the myriad of accolades gathered from our customers which have helped us become a trusted tour operator to opt for.

Also known as the Seven Sisters, the states in Northeast India are known for their abundance of beauty. Each state boasts of a unique charm that attracts millions of tourists every year. Collaborating with Northeast Tour can be one of the best decisions you will make on your upcoming trip. We make sure to add everything that enables you to explore the ravishing beauty of individual tourist destinations of the Seven Sisters.

Providing the Best, Customised Tour Packages for Northeast India

  • Magnificent Himalayas: This package consists of the most prominent tourist spots. This includes Gangtok, Pelling, Darjeeling and Sikkim , with a trip to the Tsomgo Lake. Overall, it is a 4 night/5 days tour.
  • Mesmerising Bhutan: Explore the best tourist spots in Bhutan, like Thimphu, Paro and Phuentsholing, in our customised 5 nights/6 days tour.
  • Amazing Dooars: In this package, you can explore the enchanting land of the Dooars, where there are plenty of tourist attractions galore. Prominent places include Buxa Fort, Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary, Gorumara National Park, Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary and Buxa National Park.
  • Dazzling Kalimpong: Visit the dreamy mountains of Kalimpong area in this perfectly planned tour. Main attractions include Kalimpong Arts and Craft Centre, Lava, Lolay Gaon and Durpin Dara.

Reasons to Collaborate with Us:

Collaborating with our expert travel agents at Northeast Tours can hand you several benefits:

  • Complete professional assistance in planning your holiday
  • Adding trekking, adventure sports and other fun activities to your itinerary
  • Expert guides well versed in multiple languages, offering a complete service
  • Help from credible, certified and industrially recognised tour operators
  • Adding everything to make your trip more exciting

The multilingual guides in our company ensure that you are left with no room to harbor any kind of grudges against our company. Their best knowledge of the area including the cultural heritage, history and geographical information has made them highly favorite among the travelers. All of them are rigorously trained and fully licensed to assist both the Asian as well as European clients.

FAQs for Northeast tour packages

1.In which month should you visit the North East?

This depends on the part of the North East you plan to visit. If you want to go to Meghalaya, try to arrange a package between October and April. Again for Assam, November to March is the best time. If your North East tour package is focused on Arunachal Pradesh, October to April is ideal.

2.How to plan the best Northeast trip?

North East is a vast place. You can only complete part of the North East in a single trip. You’ll have to arrange for separate tour packages. If you plan to visit during the summers, try going to Sikkim, Tawang, Nagaland and Meghalaya. Again in the winter visiting Arunachal Pradesh is a better option. You can also add Assam and Manipal to the list for winter tour packages. Cherrapunji is famous for its monsoon vibes. Hence you can plan to visit the same during the monsoons.

3.Do I Need a Permit to Visit the Northeast?

Out of the 7 North East states, you’ll need inner-line permits to visit Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Mizoram. You can either get it online or ask the Guwahati airport to help you with the same.

4. What is the weather condition in the North East?

The weather conditions are highly unpredictable. In winter, you’ll experience high snowfall in the Tawang region again in Meghalaya. Although the temperatures are high, you’ll certainly not experience any snowfall. The regions do not exhibit high summers.

5. Is Northeast a safe place to visit?

Ensure you get the permits, contact a local tour operator and follow the guidelines while in any of the North East states. Under such circumstances, visiting the North East is safe.

6. What are the major cuisines of the Northeast?

Some famous signature dishes of the North East are Thupka, Bamboo shoot fry, momos, Grilled shrimp, Jadoh, Pitha, Smoked pork curry and Bhangui. Make sure you try them when you visit the palace.

7. What are the family-friendly places of the North East?

If you’re planning a family trip, you should avoid the off-beat destinations as most portions of the North East are rugged and have high terrains. Gangtok, Shillong and Sikkim are soulful places for family relaxation.

8. What can you buy as a souvenir during the North East tour?

Assam silk is a must if you visit Assam. If you’re planning a trip to Darjeeling, Sikkim, and Guwahati, buy ample tea. You can also try bamboo handicrafts from Meghalaya and Nagaland.


north east tour india

  • N.H -31, Sevoke Road, Gandhi Nagar Siliguri, West Bengal 734001
  • +91-9609 1 08888
  • +91-9609 3 08888
  • Terms & Condition
Northeast Tour

north east tour india

Darjeeling Sikkim Tour | Darjeeling Tour Packages | Sikkim Tour Packages | Tour operators in Sikkim | Dooars Tour Packages | Assam Meghalaya Tour Packages | Travel agent in Darjeeling | Travel agent in Gangtok | Travel agent in Sikkim | travel agent in siliguri | Tour operator in Darjeeling | Tour operator in siliguri | Travel agent in Assam | Travel Agents in Bhutan | Travel Agent in Cherrapunji | Shillong Tour Package | Tawang tour Package | Cherrapunji Tour Package

Copyright © 2014 - 2024 All Rights Reserved Northeast Tour

Maintained By Infinityweb

north east tour india

9609 1 08888

9609 3 08888

You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

We use cookies to improve your website experience and provide more personalized services to you, both on this website and through other media. By continuing to use this website, you agree to our use of cookies as explained in our Cookie Policy . Please read our Cookie Policy for more information on how we use cookies and how you can disable them.


New User? Register

  • Manage bookings
  • Cancellation
  • Post Booking Documentation
  • On Behalf Booking

Login to SOTC

We're unable to sign you in because the password entered incorrect.

Your request for OTP will be sent to registered email id and mobile number, if not registered please do the same.

You exceed the OTP limit. Please try again after some time

Don't have an account?

  • Contains between 8-12 alphanumeric characters.
  • Can add special character but not mandatory(Only !, @, #,$,%,^,&,* to be used).
  • Does not contain White spaces

I would like to be kept informed of special Promotions and offers. I hereby accept the Privacy Policy and authorize SOTC and its representatives to contact me.

Already have an account?

  • Your existing Google or Facebook Id will be a SOTC ID
  • No need to remember different Ids & Passwords
  • One click login

Forgot Password

Fill in the email Address that you used to register or book with SOTC.

We will reset and send your new password.

Please enter the valid email address

SOTC Staff / Preferred Agents / corporate's, please enter your Login-id only. E.g. Tcil_aalok / Jaft_prakash / Rc_mumbai

Your request for new password has been accepted.

The new password would be emailed to the registered email address only.

Please do write us at [email protected] in case you any require any assistance.

Sorry, the fields marked in red need your attention, please fix them to continue.

The page you searched is temporarily unavailable

Kindly use the links below.

  • india tour packages
  • north east tour packages

North East Tour Packages

A Region Brimming With Rich History, Culture, Traditions and Natural Beauty- North East India:  North-East India is a hidden paradise, waiting to be explored. The natural beauty of this place is truly unbeaten. A trip to the Northeast is a must if you are someone who loves to see nature at its best. From mesmerizing hill stations, untouched the Himalayas, numerous wildlife sanctuaries, and the mighty Brahmaputra to vast tea estates and spices, Northeast has got it all. The beautiful places of North East are loved and adored by travellers of all types. Go through the North East India tour packages by SOTC and make your tour a memorable one. 

From families looking to have a relaxing vacation to couples looking for a memorable honeymoon, SOTC has some amazing India Honeymoon Packages. These North East travel package options let you explore and witness the secrets of every destination. The region of North East India is home to various attractions, cascading waterfalls, natural beauty, traces of Buddhism, thrilling adventures, scrumptious food, ancient monasteries, and so on. You will be charmed by the beauty this region holds. Every destination you visit, you will fall in love with it instantly.  

SOTC’s North East package is designed based on individual needs that promise excitement and memories at the same time. Top must-visit destinations in the Northeast include Gangtok, Champhai, Cherrapunji, etc. These North East India tour packages by SOTC are the best ways to explore the charisma and beauty of every state. Besides, these North East India tour packages have unique itineraries designed in such a way to let you have maximum fun and a lifetime of memories. Find more information regarding the destinations, along with the popular North East package options, best places to visit, foods to dry, things to buy, etc., on this page.

Table of Contents

  • Popular North East Tour Packages
  • Quick Facts about North East
  • Best time to visit North East
  • How to reach North East
  • Best Places to Visit in North East

Things to do in North East

  • Foods to Eat in North East
  • Must visit Restaurants in North East

Best honeymoon destinations in North East

  • Best Places for Shopping in North East

Interesting facts about North East

People also ask about north east tour packages, most popular north east tour packages 2024:, quick facts about north east.

The North Eastern Region (NER), also called Northeast India, comprises eight states. It includes the seven sister states, namely Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland and Tripura, and the brother state, Sikkim. Before you finalise your pick from the available North East package options, learn about the region in detail to have a better understanding of what to expect. Here are some quick facts about North East India;

Best time to visit North East 

Choosing the right season for your trip is the first decision you should make before searching for suitable North East package options. The following is a season-wise list of what to expect when visiting North East;

North East in summer

In general, summer in the North East covers the months of March, April, May and June. While most areas in the region experience a pleasant climate with a bearable temperature, the mercury in some lower altitude areas tends to hit the upper 30s and even 40s during some peak summer days. Apart from this, the overall conditions favour different kinds of tourist activities, including sightseeing and adventure sports. Hence, summer is considered the best time to visit North East India . Some of the best North East tourist spots to consider during these months are Jaintia Hills, Ziro Valley, Kaziranga National Park, etc. You can look for Northeast package tour options for summer on our website.

North East in monsoon

Monsoon in North East India usually starts around the end of June or early July and extends till September. While rainfall is a common trait of this season, the amount ranges from heavy to extreme, which varies from state to state. Road blockages and landslides are common in North East India during monsoon, which makes travel risky and can hinder your plans. If you are visiting North East India during these months, take extra precautions and check weather forecasts before stepping outside. Turn your dream vacation amidst the mountains into a reality, go for the North East travel package options by SOTC.

North East in winter

Winter in most parts of the North East starts around mid-October or early November and lasts till the end of February or the beginning of March. The average temperature range during these months is 12°C to 22°C during the daytime, while the mercury hits sub-zero levels in some places. Winter is the best season to visit North East India to witness the natural elegance of the region, covered in thick white blankets of snow. However, note that in order to witness snowfall and snow-covered landscapes, tourists must stick to the higher altitude regions, such as Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh. This period is the best time to visit North East India for winter sports and snow adventures. Find great deals on North East travel package options for these months on our website.

How to reach North East?

Depending on the travel budget and requirements, tourists can choose the best mode of transport to reach their preferred destination in North East India. Here’s how you can reach North East India for your trip;

Travelling by flight is the best way to reach North East India for your trip. There are multiple airports across several states in the region. Some of the main airports in NER are Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (Assam), Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport (Tripura), Shillong Airport (Meghalaya), Donyi Polo Airport (Arunachal Pradesh), etc. For reference, a direct flight from Kolkata to Guwahati takes around an hour to complete.

Make sure to book flight tickets for your Northeast India tour in advance. Also, with most of the North East travel package options by SOTC, you will get the choice of optional or included round-trip flights.

Travelling by train is a popular alternative that tourists planning their North East trip can consider. Various prominent cities across India are connected to the North East via rail, with the best connection being via Assam. Among the multiple long-distance trains that operate on this route, the Rajdhani Express from Delhi to Dibrugarh is the most popular choice for many tourists. Besides Rajdhani, Saraighat Express is another popular option. Note that train travel, though time-efficient on paper, can indeed be slower compared to other transport mediums. It is due to the frequent delays and cancellations that individuals may have to face on this route. Train travel is usually not included in most Northeast package tour options as a standard feature.

Travelling to the North East by road is one of the most preferred options for tourists beginning their journey from neighbouring states, such as West Bengal. The region has a very comprehensive road network, connecting all of its major cities with one another. Tourists can also consider travelling to North East India via bus. Individuals can easily find buses from West Bengal to Guwahati and then continue their journey to their preferred destination in the NER by boarding a bus from Paltan Bazar. Enjoy your dream tour with the quality North East holiday packages by SOTC.

Best places to visit in North East

Any amount of time that you spend in the North East is bound to be rewarding, for it is a land of diversity. The states here, take pride in their individuality and culture, and each place has something special to offer.

Here are some of the places to visit in North East India that you cannot miss:

Arunachal Pradesh

It is one of the most beautiful places to travel in North East India. The picturesque landscape is fascinating and home to some of India's best national parks, famous for tiger spotting. It has many Buddhist monasteries and stunning waterfalls that add to its charm. You can also explore many of the hill stations and offbeat places in Arunachal Pradesh. During your visit, make sure to check out the Namdapha National Park, Ziro, Tawang Monastery, Tela Pass, etc. Find budget-friendly North East holiday packages with a stay in Arunachal Pradesh on our website.

Popularly known as the “gateway to North East India”, the state of Assam is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the region. It is a place filled with rich history, diverse culture and traditions and immense natural beauty. Some of the most famous tourist attractions in Assam are Kaziranga National Park, Guwahati, Majuli, Manas National Park, etc. Find North East holiday packages that include Assam on our page.

The Indian state of Meghalaya , meaning “the abode of clouds”, is one of the top tourist destinations in the North East. Recognized for its mesmerising natural beauty, which is evident via its lakes, waterfalls, valleys, lush greenery, hills, and so on. Its regional cuisine, culture, traditions and historical landmarks are also major crowd-pullers. While in Meghalaya, which is a popular inclusion in many North East holiday packages, do check out Shillong, Umiam Lake, Elephant Falls, etc. 

Next, you can add Mizoram to your list of best places to visit in North East India. Tourists love to spend some time in this Indian state, enjoying the peaceful atmosphere and renowned tourist attractions it has to offer. During your Mizoram visit, make sure to check out Aizawl, Kolasib, Vantawng Falls, Champhai, etc. So, consider looking for North East India travel packages that include Mizoram in its trip itinerary.

Tripura is another exceptional holiday destination in North East India that you can consider visiting. Its tourist attractions are made up of scenic natural landmarks, archaeological monuments, regional arts and crafts, cultural events and festivals, and so on. During your Tripura visit, check out Kailashahar, Agartala, Rajbari National Park, Unakoti, etc. Go with the North East India travel packages by SOTC for your Tripura vacation.

The landlocked Indian state of Nagaland is a beautiful vacation spot in the North East. Its well-preserved culture, tradition, history and regional scenic beauty are some of the main features behind Nagaland tourism. During your visit, check out Kohima, Dimapur, Phek, Dzukou Valley and Japfu Peak, etc. 

Manipur is a well-known tourist destination in North East India that you can consider checking out. It is a place of immense historical and cultural significance, bounded by alluring natural landscapes and attractions. A short vacation in Manipur is perfect for individuals looking for a digital detox. Its main attractions are Tamenglong, Imphal, Loktak Lake, Sendra Island, etc.

Blessed by Mother Nature, the state of Sikkim is among the top tourist places in North East India. In addition to its natural elegance, the place is known for its delicious cuisine, historical landmarks, arts and crafts, culture and traditions, and availability of adventure sports. The main tourist attractions in Sikkim are Gangtok, Gurudongmar Lake, Tsomgo Lake, Yumthang Valley, etc. Find North East India travel packages that include Sikkim on our website.

North East India is one of the best regions for adventure. It has beautiful mountain ranges, lush green forests, spectacular waterfalls, and peaceful hamlets that represent the rich culture of this area. If you are looking to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature, this is the perfect place to visit.

North East India is brimming with things to do, and your trip will be incomplete unless you experience all that this place has to offer.

Here are some things to do on your North East trip:

If you're looking for an adrenaline rush, then choose North East India travel packages that include small hikes, or treks. You can go trekking through the landscapes and take in all the stunning sights. Be prepared for a physical challenge, though - the terrains can be quite tricky! Make sure you acclimate yourself to the altitude before you start, and you're good to go. You can trek to the Living Roots Bridge in Meghalaya or the top of the Japfu Peak in Nagaland. 

Take part in one of the many festivals

North East India is filled with vibrant culture, and this is especially evident if you are visiting the place during a festival. Each state has a special festival that brings out the local flavours, traditions, and history.

The Hornbill festival in Nagaland focuses on tribal history and traditions. Mizoram's Saitlang festival focuses on community bonding, and the Sangai festival in Manipur celebrates all things tourism. You can also experience a blend of different tribes during the Pangsau Pass winter festival in Arunachal Pradesh. Enjoy the thrilling adventures available in the NER states with the North East India holiday packages by SOTC.

Cave Exploring

North East India is home to some of the most mesmerising caves in the country. If you are looking for a fun and unconventional way to explore the region, then be sure to check out some of these caves!

The Krem Liat Prah cave is known as the longest natural cave in India, and it's just one of the many caves in North East India that are worth exploring. You can also find caves in the Khasi hills and the Jaintia hills region.

Spot Elephants in the Wild

If you are a nature lover, this place is for you. North East India is also home to many beautiful national parks that are filled with wildlife, including elephants, tigers, deer, and more. It's the perfect place to spot elephants in the wild! You can also see rhinos at Kaziranga National Park, and wild buffalos throughout the forests. Go for wildlife safaris and elephant spotting on your vacations with the North Eastern States tour packages by SOTC.

Explore Tribal Villages

If you're looking for a true and authentic taste of the North East, then make sure you get out of the cities and explore tribal villages. You'll get a peek into the rich culture, traditions, and history of the North-Eastern tribes. Not only will you learn about their lifestyle, but you will also have the opportunity to try out traditional food. 

River Rafting

Depending on the season, North East India offers some of the best rafting experiences in the entire country. You can go for a thrilling ride down the Siang River in Arunachal Pradesh, or experience the pristine beauty along the Dibang and Lohit rivers in Assam. You can look for Northeast package tour options that include this activity.

As you can see, there are so many incredible things to do on your next North-East trip! All you need to do is choose one or two activities that interest you and one of our North East India Tour Packages will be perfect for your travel.

Food to eat in North East

While on your Northeast India tour, taste the mouth-watering delicacies available in the region. Here are some of the most famous North East food items that you can consider;

Masor Tenga

Masor Tenga is a popular non-veg dish in Assam that you can try on your North East tour. It is a type of fish curry known for its rich taste, tangy flavour and unique aroma. It is prepared with fish locally captured from ponds and lakes, along with ingredients like lemon skins, dried tomatoes and a few regional spices. Masor Tenga is best consumed along with some steamed rice. Get to enjoy the local cuisine and shopping experience in the NER by going with the North East India holiday packages.

Thukpa is a very popular North East dish, loved by tourists. Gyathuk, which is a local variant of Thukpa in Sikkim, is a must-try. It is basically a noodle soup dish containing noodles, chopped pieces of meat and boiled vegetables. The preparation process also involves a variety of local spices and herbs that give it a unique flavour. Depending on where you try it, you can pick from veg and non-veg Thukpa options.  

This well-known food item needs no new introduction. Momos are one of the most famous foods you can try on your Northeast India tour. These are steamed dumplings with a delicious filling made of various ingredients, such as meat, vegetables, cheese, etc. Sikkim is one of the best places in the North East where you can get the best momos. Whether it's a food tour or a nature retreat, get the best tourism experience with the Northeast package tour options by SOTC.

Bamboo steamed fish

Bamboo steamed fish is a regional delicacy in Nagaland, often seen as a part of a traditional Naga lunch or dinner. As the name suggests, it is a fish dish prepared by steaming it in utensils made from bamboo. Things like dried red chilli, salt, garlic, and a few other simple ingredients are used to prepare Bamboo steamed fish. Its woodsy fragrance and authentic taste go well with some steamed rice. 

A trip to Meghalaya in North East India is incomplete without tasting the famous local dish, Jadoh. Popular among Meghalaya’s Khasi community, this biryani-type dish is usually prepared during special occasions and events. Jadoh is a delicious rice and meat (usually pork) dish containing a variety of other ingredients to enhance its taste, such as salt, bay leaves, onion, coriander, ginger, etc. Get to taste more delicious dishes like Jadoh while on your holidays with the North East trip packages by SOTC.

Must visit restaurants in North East

Searching for delicious food while exploring the beautiful North East India? Here are some popular North East restaurants and cafes that you can consider;

The Local Cafe

The Local Cafe in Gangtok, Sikkim, is one of the best places you can visit on your North East trip to grab a quick bite. It mainly serves Tibetan and Italian food and is known for its quality of food, portion, location, and budget-friendly menu. Some of their must-try items are Chicken and Barley Soup, Bacon Tomato Pizza, Shanghai Pasta, and Cold Coffee.

Orange Restaurant and Lounge Bar

If you are looking for a well-known restaurant in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, consider the Orange Restaurant and Lounge Bar. Serving Indian, Asian, and Chinese cuisine, this restaurant is a great place to grab a bite, be it lunch or dinner. Besides good food and a full bar, it also offers validated parking, comfy seating, takeout service, free WiFi, television, etc. Make sure to try the Thukpa when you visit this restaurant.

Mising Kitchen

Located in Guwahati, Assam, the Mising Kitchen is one of the most famous North East restaurants you can consider checking out while on your trip. Serving a variety of delicious regional dishes, including Assamese and North Eastern cuisine, the restaurant is loved by both locals and tourists. The spacious seating arrangement, good-quality food, affordable menu and hospitable service make dining at this restaurant quite enjoyable. Some of their must-try dishes are Veg. Thali, Pork Khorika, Mising Chutney, etc.

North East is an ideal choice for newly married couples looking for an ideal honeymoon destination in India. Here are some well-known places in North East India that are perfect for honeymooners;

Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim, is one of the most sought-after places in North East India for honeymoons. The place is known for its tranquil ambience, scenic views, delicious cuisine and prominent markets. The main attractions in and near the city that couples can check out include Nathula Pass, Seven Sisters Waterfalls, Tsogmo Lake, Himalayan Zoological Park, etc. Couples can also engage in fun adventure activities, like rafting, trekking, paragliding, etc., during their Gangtok visit. For this, it is best to go with the honeymoon special North East trip packages featuring Gangtok.

The town of Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh is among the top honeymoon destinations in North East India. Newly married couples from all over India love to spend a few days in this quaint town, soaking in the picturesque scenic beauty and enjoying the peaceful atmosphere. Some romantic places in and around this town are Nuranang Falls, Sela Pass, Madhuri Lake, etc. So, consider looking for affordable honeymoon special North East India holiday packages that include a stay in Tawang.

Shillong is a well-known hill station and a beautiful honeymoon destination in North East India. Located in Meghalaya, it is the state capital and is known for its unblemished natural beauty. Popularly referred to as the “Scotland of the East”, individuals visiting Shillong with their significant others will be able to witness a variety of sights and landmarks, including blue lakes, majestic mountain peaks, cascading waterfalls, etc. During your honeymoon in Shillong, make sure to check out the Elephant Falls, Umiam Lake, Laitlum Canyons, Shillong Peak, Don Bosco Museum, etc. Also, note that you can find tons of popular North East resorts and hotels in Shillong for your honeymoon. Find popular honeymoon packages on our website.

What to shop in North East?

Here are some popular items that individuals planning gift and souvenir shopping in North East can consider purchasing;

Handmade masks

One of the most popular regional products tourists can purchase while shopping in North East is handmade masks. In particular, the handcrafted masks by the people of Majuli Island in Assam are the most famous ones to consider. These masks are created by Bhakats with materials like fabric, clay and bamboo and they often represent various mythological characters. These masks capture the true essence of the traditional art and culture of the region.

Where to buy: You can get these masks in various shops and mask-making centres across Assam.

Naga jewellery

Another well-known regional product that you can purchase for yourself or as a gift is Naga Jewellery. It is a traditional type of handmade jewellery, crafted with materials like animal teeth, horns, nails, etc. These colourful jewellery are very budget-friendly and will surely enhance your overall outfit.

Where to buy: You can get high-quality, authentic Naga Jewellery from shops across Nagaland.

Handwoven fabrics

The North East region is famous for its quality, handwoven fabrics and materials. Among them, the Riha and Risa handloom fabrics are quite popular among locals and tourists. In addition to the use of vibrant colours, the main highlights of this type of fabric are their soft texture and solid quality. Closely tied to the culture of the local tribes, these fabrics are perfect for making skirts, shawls, scarves, and other clothing items.  

Where to buy: The best places to get handwoven Riha and Risa fabrics in North East India are from the markets in Tripura.

Here are some very interesting facts about North East India that every tourist must know about prior to their trip;

  • A small village named Dong, in Arunachal Pradesh, receives the first sunlight in the country.
  • The Tawang Monastery in Arunachal Pradesh is referred to as the largest monastery in India. 
  • The total combined population of all of the states in the North Eastern Region is roughly close to Odisha’s total population.
  • Assam has the largest dry fish market on the continent. It is located in Jagiroad, Morigaon district’s Mayong sub-division.
  • The only floating national park in the entire world is in North East India. It is called Keibul Lamjao National Park and is located in Manipur’s Bishnupur District.
  • The sound of rain showers in Mawsynram is so deafening that local villagers use grass to make their huts soundproof.
  • A legend suggests that the famous Pukzing cave in Mizoram was carved out by a man named Mualzavata using just a hairpin.
  • In Longwa Village, Nagaland, one-half of the Angh’s house lies in India, while the other half lies in Myanmar. 

north east tour india

I hereby accept the Privacy Policy and I authorise SOTC Travels to contact me.

There is something wrong with field, Please fix before proceeding.

Refine Search:

Must Include Places

Holiday starts from

Price Per Person

Approx price per person

Month of Travel

Package Type

We couldn't find holiday to match your filter

  • ( 1 ? 'N':'N' --> ) →
  • Optional Flights


north east tour india

0 --> Rs. 0 --> Rs. 0 --> Rs. Rs.

Starting price per adult

Final EMI value will be displayed post the total package cost is calculated

Get the Best Holiday Planned by Experts!

Call 1800-209-3344.

Enter your contact details and we will plan the best holiday suiting all your requirements.

north east tour india

Above points are approximate & calculated for Silver tier members, actual points will be credited basis your membership, after your travel is completed.

  • Silver Member - 1%*Total value ( Net )
  • Gold Member - 1.5%*Total value ( Net )

For more information, click here

Round trip Flights included

  • 1 ? $data.noOfNights+' nights':$data.noOfNights +' night' --> 1 night

Tour Manager

Search holidays by clicking on the map pins

map image

  • 1 ? $data.noOfNights+' nights':$data.noOfNights +' night' -->

Kindly enter your contact details, our travel experts will contact you shortly to assist you with your holiday.

Maximum Limit Exceeded!

You can reach North-East India by air, road or train.

By Air - Going by air is The most popular mode of transport as there are direct flights to many cities in the region. The most popular airports in the region are Silchar Airport and Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport. However, keep in mind that there is no flight service in Arunachal Pradesh. By Train - Some of the most convenient trains to take from Delhi are North-East Express, Rajdhani Express, and Brahmaputra Mail. By Road - The northeastern region is well-connected by road and long-distance buses are one of the options you can explore. However, travelling to offbeat locations can be challenging by road, as they aren't always good.   

What to eat in Northeast India?

The food in the North East is quite different from what you'd find in the rest of the country. It has a lot of Chinese influence since it's very close to the Himalayan mountain range, which lies along the south of China. The cuisine offers a variety of meat dishes. You can try the spicy buffalo meat stew, pork, chicken flavoured with lemongrass and turmeric, fish curry, bamboo shoot salad, etc. To know more, visit our North East tourism page.

What is the best time to visit North East India?

The best time to visit North East India is during winter, which lasts from November to April. The region experiences mild winters, with temperatures ranging from 15 to 20 degrees Celsius. It rains heavily from May to September, particularly in Arunachal, Assam, and Meghalaya. Summer temperatures range between 10 degrees in the higher-altitude areas and 25 degrees in lower-lying areas. You can easily find North East India trip packages for all seasons on our website.

How much does a North East trip cost?

A lot of factors affect the cost of a North East trip, such as total travellers, trip duration, places you want to visit, choice of transfers and accommodations, etc. On SOTC, you can find North East India holiday packages starting from just INR 21,400. The cost of the North east India trip packages can go as high as INR 1,23,400.

How far is Assam from Nagaland?

The distance between Assam and Nagaland is approximately 330 kilometres.

What is the best way to travel to Arunachal Pradesh from Assam?

The best way to travel to Arunachal Pradesh from Assam is by train.

What are some must-try desserts in North East India?

Some popular North East desserts you can try are Narikolar Naru, Puklein, Khapse, Koat Pitha, Chakhao Kheer, etc.

What are the top romantic destinations in North East India?

Some of the best romantic destinations in North East India are Yuksom, Shillong, Ziro Valley, etc.

How many days is enough for a North East tour?

If you want to cover most of the tourist attractions across all the North Eastern states, you will need at least 14-16 days. As for short trips for just 2 Nights/ 3 Days, consider North Eastern States tour packages by SOTC. As for long vacations, you can go with the North East India trip packages for 13 Nights/ 14 Days.

How to book North Eastern States tour packages from SOTC?

To book North Eastern States tour packages from SOTC, visit the official page or click here. Browse the available North East tour packages and click on a plan that suits your requirements. Then, fill in additional details, get a quote and complete the online payment to confirm the booking.

North East Tourism

North east from top cities, other related north east packages, other domestic tour packages, other trending holiday packages, you can select max 3 packages to compare.

Finding best available holidays

Holiday searched


1800 22 7979

+91 22 2101 7979

+91 22 2101 6969

+91 88799 00414

Business hours

Top Recommended Destinations

north east tour india

Jammu and Kashmir

north east tour india

Sikkim Darjeeling

north east tour india

Himachal Pradesh

north east tour india

Andaman and Nicobar

  • Chandrataal
  • Dharamshala
  • Spiti Valley
  • Nubra Valley
  • Pangong Tso

Punjab & Haryana

  • Kurukshetra


  • Jim Corbett Park

Uttar Pradesh

  • Fatehpur Sikri

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

  • Neil Island

Andhra Pradesh

  • Visakhapatnam (Vizag)
  • Chitradurga
  • Murudeshwar
  • Shravanbelagola
  • Athirappilly
  • Thiruvananthapuram
  • Kanchipuram
  • Kanyakumari
  • Mahabalipuram
  • Pondicherry

Arunachal Pradesh

  • Kaziranga National Park
  • Manas National Park
  • Cherrapunjee
  • Bhubaneshwar

West Bengal

  • Narmada Tent City
  • Rann of Kutch

Madhya Pradesh

  • Omkareshwar


  • Chittorgarh
  • Kumbhalgarh
  • Ranthambore

north east tour india

South East Asia

north east tour india

Australia New Zealand

north east tour india

Dubai Egypt Israel

  • Nile Cruise

South Africa

  • Johannesburg
  • Pilanesberg National Park
  • Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha)
  • Stellenbosch
  • Victoria Falls
  • Rio De Janerio
  • Los Angeles
  • Niagara Falls
  • Philadelphia
  • San Francisco
  • Nuwara Eliya
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Genting Highlands
  • Nusa Penida
  • Ho Chi Minh
  • Cherry Blossom Tours

South Korea

  • Great Barrier Reef
  • Great Ocean Road

New Zealand

  • Christchurch

Western Europe

  • Liechtenstein
  • Netherlands
  • Switzerland
  • Vatican city

Central & Eastern Europe

  • Czech Republic

Northern Europe

Mediterranean Europe

  • Midnight Sun
  • Northern Lights
  • Scandinavia

United Arab Emirates

  • Ferrari World

Saudi Arabia

An adventure of a lifetime awaits you. Immerse yourself in the untouched beauty of the last frontier on Earth, the serene beauty of icebergs, and witness landscapes that seem straight out of your dreams.

north east tour india

Speciality Tours

POPULAR & available TOURS

Honeymoon special.

Embark on a journey of togetherness.

Inspiring beautiful journeys & Scenic Routes.

Seniors' Special

Golden age celebration tours for 55+ yrs.

Women's Special

Exclusive handcrafted women only tours.

Family Tour Packages

Veena World’s safe, secure, and popular tours

Women's Special with Kids

Travel with your kids (boys & girls, under 12 yrs)

Upcoming Tours

Couples only.

Exclusive tours for middle aged couples.

Luxury Tours

Enjoy the sweet life of luxury & pampering.

One Week One Place

Explore one place at a relaxed pace.

Post Tour Holidays

Explore the city after your big tour.

Short Trips

Quick getaways to stunning destinations.

Treks & Hikes

Exiting adventure & challenges (15-55 yrs).

YOLO Adventures

Experiences for adrenaline junkies (18-35 yrs).

City Walks & Day Trips

Explore the city and culture.

WOW Adventures

Thrilling holidays for family (10-55 yrs).

Students' Special

Dhamaal tours after 10th & 12th exams

Customized Holidays

THEMED EXPERIENCES - Find your reason!

Romantic Holidays

City Breaks

Adventure Stories

Taj Holidays

Air Inclusive Holidays

Luxury Holidays

Luxury Holidays

choose the right tailor-made luxury travel vacations

Island Getaways

Island Getaways

explore the tropical island getaways

Buy & Sell Foreign Currency

Aed - uae dirham, gbp - british pound.

All your FOREX needs taken care of

North East India Tour Packages

Seven sisters of different traits, breathtaking in beauty, charming in grace; waterfalls, wildlife, natural wonders, North East is the place, where falls thunder

Consisting of 7 states, also called 'Seven Sisters', North East India can be a scenic treat for all the travellers. A trip to North East India will sweep you off your feet! Booking a North East India tour package can allow you to witness the charming region of rugged beauty, it’s a wonderland where glacial rivers flow through plunging Himalayan gorges, faith moves mountains on perilous pilgrimages to Tawang, rhinos graze in the swampy grasslands of Kaziranga and former head-hunters slowly embrace modernity in Nagaland. 

Explore this unexplored land with Veena World’s North East holiday packages and discover breath-taking beauty. India’s North East, called the ‘land of the seven sisters’, is a region that can be best described as virgin, wild and untouched. North East India comprises of seven states namely Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Tripura. Each state is a traveller’s paradise, with picturesque hills and green meadows that shelter thousands of species of flora and fauna. Besides these, there are a number of wild life sanctuaries and national parks where rare animals, birds, and plants provide fascinating insight and experiences to travellers. Explore this mystic land with Veena World’s North East tour packages and discover beauty such as you may have never seen before!

North East India Travel Packages

14 north east india holiday packages, joining & leaving.

Guests will Join tour at first destination and leave tour at last destination


Assam Meghalaya

Tour includes, super deal price.


Women's Special Assam Meghalaya


Seniors' Special Assam Meghalaya


All of Meghalaya

(10 may 2024) last 3 seats.


Women's Special All of Meghalaya


Assam Meghalaya - Pune


Assam Arunachal Meghalaya

(13 apr 2024) last 4 seats.


Assam Arunachal Meghalaya - Pune


Gujarat to Guwahati Road Trip


Shillong Cherrapunjee Guwahati

Starts from.

Arunachal Pradesh Tour Packages

Arunachal Pradesh Tour Packages

Mizoram Tour Packages

Mizoram Tour Packages

Meghalaya Tour Packages

Meghalaya Tour Packages

Assam Tour Packages

Assam Tour Packages

Nagaland Tour Packages

Nagaland Tour Packages

Meghalaya Honeymoon Packages

Meghalaya Honeymoon Packages

North east india frequently asked questions.

We help you prepare for your trip and ensure an effortless and enjoyable travel experience.

Is it safe to go to the North East?

Yes, and there are numerous North East tour packages to choose from. Be it family groups, couples, or solo travellers, visiting one or all of the “Seven Sisters of India” can be quite a gratifying experience. This is mainly due to the natural beauty, friendly locals, and mouth-watering delicacies that you can explore in the North East. We have several tour packages for this destination that are customizable and easily available on our website. There are some areas, however, in states like Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, and Nagaland that require special permits. Rest assured as our travel experts ensure that all patrons get the required permissions beforehand.

Which is the most beautiful North East state?

North East is known as the land of the seven sisters, referring to its 7 states - Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Manipur and Nagaland. These states are blessed with picturesque hills, green meadows, stunning waterfalls, spectacular rivers, and plenty of natural attractions. However, the bewitching beauty and a variety of sceneries of Meghalaya attract a lot of tourists. Meghalaya, the abode of clouds, should be on the top of your list while visiting North East India. The tour packages from Veena World cover all major states and beautiful cities in the North East, ensuring that you experience the best of this region.

How many days are required to visit North East India?

If you want to fast-track your tour of North East India, you can do it in 5-7 days wherein you’ll get to visit only the most popular tourist destinations. If you have some time and want to enjoy places without rushing, it can take up to 15 days to fully explore the region. And if you have up to 3 weeks, then you can explore the entire region without any rush and enjoy your time at every place. Veena World offers packages for North-East India for all types of travellers, thus enabling you to book the travel package of your choice depending on your time availability and budget.

What is the best time to visit North East?

Every destination has a peak season or time of the year when it is at its most stunning. In the case of North East India, that time is between November and May; there is a risk of rain disrupting one's vacation plans during the rest of the year. However, the best time to take a trip to North East India is mainly determined by the places you wish to visit. It also comes down to personal preference, such as whether you want to see a live snowfall or if you prefer sunny weather.

Do you provide a customized holiday to North East?

Yes, we provide well-curated North East tour itineraries. If you are an explorer and adventure junkie, then North East must be a part of your tour itinerary. One of the iconic adventure activities included in North East tour itineraries is the living root bridges of Meghalaya, providing you with a glimpse of the magnificent splendour of this region. You can also immerse yourself into the serendipity of activities like waterfall rappelling, the best place for which is Elephant Falls in Shillong.

What types of outdoor activities can people do in the Northeast?

North East is an unexplored beauty of India with a lot in store for adventure seekers. You can find a lot of adventure sports that bring in thrill and excitement during your trip here. Our Northeast tours, including Northeast honeymoon packages, have many adventurous outdoor activities for travellers. 

High mountain peaks, dense valleys, Brahmaputra River, and several waterfalls are the playgrounds for adventure junkies and young crowds. You can enjoy aero and water sports that ensure a rush of adrenaline. These include kayaking, trekking, white water rafting, rappelling, bike riding, and parasailing, to mention a few. So, plan a trip to the northeast and feel the vibe! You can get the best Northeast honeymoon and holiday packages at Veena World that come with special offers and customizable itineraries. 

Are there affordable tour packages to visit the North East?

Veena World provides a range of holiday packages to the North East that is reasonably priced. This does not mean that your experience will be restrictive in any shape or form. You can, in fact, travel to exciting tourist attractions in Sikkim, Meghalaya, Manipur, Nagaland, and other states within your budget. We ensure that our holiday packages to the North East can be easily customized so that you can plan your vacation according to your personal preferences. Hence, budget-friendly tour packages are available all year round for tourists at Veena World.

Is it safe to travel to the northeast?

Yes, it is safe to travel here on a North East India package. However, keeping the current scenario in mind, it is imperative to follow COVID appropriate behaviour and carry RT-PCR negative reports and vaccination certificates. 

Please read the latest  destination-wise travel guidelines here . Since these guidelines are subject to change, we would recommend you to check our Travel Guidelines page every time before you travel so that you are in the know-how about the latest changes.

Do I need any special permission to visit North East India?

There are selected areas that are counted as Protected Regions where you would need to apply for a permit. However, that doesn’t apply to every region here. No permit is required for Indian or foreign nationals (including Indians with OCI) to visit Assam, Meghalaya, and Tripura. Visiting Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh requires Inner-Line Permit (ILP) for Indians (to visit certain areas) and Protected Area Permit (PAP) for foreign nationals. Visiting Nathula Pass and Gurudongmar Lake is not permitted to any foreign national. You can apply for these permits online if you want to save yourself from the hassle. Before booking a North East travel package from Veena World, you can check with our travel experts whether a visit to one of those protected areas is feasible.

Does it snow in the North East?

Yes, there are some places in North East India like Gangtok, Tawang, Sikkim, etc. where you can enjoy snowfall. If you are planning to witness snow during your North East holidays, the months of December to February are ideal for planning amazing winter vacations here. Snow-capped mountains and snowy magnificent destinations abound in North East India, making for sights and experiences you’ll fondly look back upon.

Get to know more about North East before booking your tour packages

North East India is the eastern most region located in the northern part of India, consisting of 7 states – Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, Manipur and Meghalaya. Each of these beautiful states, although unexplored, has such amazing natural beauty and astounding scenic wonders that a trip to North East India leaves every traveller enchanted and enthralled. Separated from the rest of the country by dense forests and a unique never-before-seen culture, the ‘Land of the Seven Sisters’ stands out and invites every adventurer to set foot in this serene land to have the most memorable time of their life. Enjoy experiences such as rhinoceros safari at Kaziranga National Park, Assam or gaze at the breathtaking ‘Living Root Bridges’ of Meghalaya; stare in wonder at the natural phumdis of Loktak Lake, Manipur or enjoy the celebration of unique festivals in Nagaland. Every state amaze you and takes you on a journey that will be etched in your heart and mind forever and spending your holidays in North East can entrance you for the rest of your life. To ensure you always have the best experience whenever you travel to the North Eastern land, make sure you have a travel companion like Veena World, who always strives to give the best of everything! Plan your North East India sojourn with the help of our beautifully drafted North East India packages and find yourself in an unexplored paradise on Earth! Whenever one thinks about booking a dream vacation, hunting online for the best North East holiday package is not far from their minds. Travelling is known to bring people together as we grow with every tour! Our North East tour packages are a fit for every reason that crosses your mind if you are an avid traveller or simply someone who wants to sit back, relax and take in the nature around them. Every minute you spend in this land, even if it’s solo, connects you back to your true self; if it’s with family, there’s a celebration of togetherness! North East Holidays with your better half can get extra special with our customized online North East holiday packages available at an affordable price. Even our North East Honeymoon packages are designed in such a way that you not only get to bond better with your spouse but also get to explore the best of North East. The idea of travel, explore and celebrate is reflected in every tour that we undertake to the land of the seven sisters – North East India! Your choice stands as our priority, may it be for adventure or for leisure, for some special reason like honeymoon or just a short escape travel, for a desire to travel alone or with family and all of it is made possible with Veena World!

On the way to your next city, Shillong, visit the largest manmade lake of Northeast India – Umiam Lake. At Shillong, visit the Cathedral of Merry and explore Mawlynnong, one of the cleanest villages of not only the North East but also the whole country. Witness the balancing rock and the famous, Living Root Bridges that are man-made bridges over water made of tree roots. Also, explore the wettest place on earth – Cherrapunji where you can visit Ramakrishna Mission, Shillong Peak, Elephant Falls, Mawsmai Caves and Seven Sisters Falls. At Guwahati, visit the famed Kamakhya Temple - one of the 56 Shakti Peethas in the country and Umananda Temple situated in a small river island in Brahmaputra. You can enjoy a wonderful boat ride on the Brahmaputra River. This marks the end of the North East Jewels tour but there are several others where you can also visit cities such as Agartala, Imphal, Aizawl and Kohima with our North East Trip packages. What’s more? With our festival tours, you can also get a chance to enjoy the splendid ‘Hornbill Festival’ of Nagaland and the ‘Manipur Sangai Festival’ at Imphal. Many such delights await as you embark on a journey to the land of natural wonders and explore the amazing cities of ‘The Seven Sisters’ with our North East holiday packages.

The unexplored land of the North East stores a world of new experiences which await you with a whole new set of surprises and a North East tour itinerary is just what you need. This land will never disappoint you with its remarkable scenery and iconic cultural significances. To top it all, Veena World has a focus of innovating and building unrivalled tours to this region which can enhance and elevate your North East experience even more. We bring together everything best available, for a one of a kind memory and travel story that can be shared with your loved ones. The idea of travel, explore and celebrate is reflected in every tour that we undertake to the wonderfully enchanting ‘Land of the Seven States – North East India’.

The Geography and Seasons

The region of North East is situated in the easternmost part of North India, in the lap of the Himalayan mountain ranges. Given its unique location, the 7 states comprising of the North East region are host to a variety of terrains and topography. Almost the entire region is bordered by foreign countries; The Tibetan Autonomous Region of China lies to the north, while Myanmar is situated to the east. Bangladesh occupies the south-west; Nepal lies in the west and Bhutan in the north-west completes the picture. The total landmass covered by this region is almost 8% of the land of India and together the North eastern region forms one of the largest salient (slightly elongated piece of land from the mainland country) in the world. Abundant natural beauty along with dense forests, breath-taking waterfalls, diverse species of flora & fauna, and charming lakes are prominent attributes of this land that can be explored along with our well-planned North East tour itinerary.

This region experiences a sub-tropical climate with abundant monsoons that help enrich the natural diversity of the seven states. From mountains, valleys, plains, and plateaus, the North East has everything, and each element plays an important role in determining the weather of that place. The hilly regions of Arunachal Pradesh experience a cooler climate while the Brahmaputra valley in Assam is one of the warmest places of the region. Cherrapunji in Meghalaya is one of the wettest places in the world (receiving maximum rainfall) whereas some regions of the Tripura state, experience high temperature summers. The hilly areas of Manipur, Nagaland, Meghalaya, and Mizoram have cold winters and pleasant summers. A trip to North East India allows one to behold and experience the perfect blend of seasonal experiences that are strikingly different than any other destinations. Explore this diversity with our North East tour packages and experience the amazing seasonal changes on your own!

The Culture

North East India is home to a diverse and profound culture owing to the large number of tribes that live here. Every tribe has their own unique way of living and their own cultural identity, not only among the seven states of North East but also among all the regions of India. Their dressing style, eating habits, traditions, customs, festivals, and even their local dances are distinct from one another and go a long way in making their overall culture deep and profound. Get a chance to experience all this when you travel along with our North East travel packages. Numerous art forms along with the different festivals celebrated in these regions such as Bihu, Jhum Cultivation, Ke Pemblang, Nongkrem, Durga Puja and Karchi Puja, are some of the most important aspects of the social-cultural life of the people of North-East. There are dance forms such as Garia, Bizu, Hai Hak, and Manipuri which are also an integral part of their culture and are a treat to watch when performed in groups during festivals and special occasions. And a North East package from Veena World lets you experience all of it!

North East packages available online are framed with professional expertise and they reflect the accuracy of the land’s culture as the tour’s main highlight. Our North East packages allow the explorers to witness the pure reflection of the vibrant culture. Their traditions and lifestyle have a different aura altogether which add in a new charm in the North East holidays available at an affordable price. These north eastern states of India which are a pure delight for the mountain and nature lovers, have inspired some of our well-assorted North East tours as well. The North East Tour Itinerary designed by Veena World will allow you to experience the simplicity of this land while the people will leave you spellbound and encourage you to travel here more often!

The Experience

Traveling to a destination and actually exploring it, gives you the real essence of being one with that place! It is easy to read, to listen and to talk about the cultural aspects, the traditions followed, the natural landscapes or the sightseeing highlights of a particular place but to actually be there and live those moments, is the only experience which can be etched in your memory forever. Our North East tour packages available online at an affordable price cover this very aspect of the travel experience. With family tours, you are bound together as one family and explore these amazing destinations together, all the while having unique experiences and making memories on the road. Similarly, speciality North East India Tour Packages have a range of unique experiences where you and the special group of people you are with, can be amazed by the wonderful nature and the cultural activities in your tour! Both these experiences are so different and unique from each other, yet they come together in harmony and form an integral part of our North East travel packages to elevate your travel and sightseeing experience altogether.

The Highlights

As part of our North East Trip packages, we cover some amazing destinations and beautiful cities which let you explore the true meaning of nature in its purest form! On our North East Jewels tour, you can experience the cities of Guwahati, Kaziranga, Tezpur, Shillong, Bomdila, Mawlynnong, Tawang, and Cherrapunjee. Begin your North East journey with Guwahati in Assam and then head to Tezpur. Get a chance to enjoy a thrilling white-water rafting activity at Tezpur. Head to Bomdila and visit the splendid Bomdila Monastery followed by Monpa village at Dirang, Sela Pass & Sela Lake, and the Jaswant Garh Indo Chinese War Memorial. Once you enter Tawang, enjoy the pristine beauty of nature and beautiful landscapes. Visit Peng Teng Tso Lake, Ani Gumpha, Tawang Monastery (2nd largest monastery in Asia), Tawang War Memorial, and enjoy a spectacular light and sound show here. Also, get a chance to visit Urgelling Monastery, Narunang waterfall at Jang, and Kiwi Garden. At Assam, explore the wonderful Kaziranga National Park – home to the largest population of one-horned rhinos in the world. Go on a jeep safari to the central range of the national park and get a chance to witness different animal species that inhabit the park. Also, visit the Kaziranga National Orchid Park. Indulge in Assamese culture, as you enjoy a spectacular Bihu dance with our North East India packages.

north east tour india

Search Flights X

North east india Holiday Packages

  • North east india Tour Packages



Packages available from

Rs. 9,290 - Rs. 70,540

Per Person on Twin Sharing

An OTP (valid for next 15 mins.) has been sent to you on your Mobile number

By clicking Submit, I agree to Terms of use and Privacy Policy

A marketplace of suppliers

Real time, end to end customization

Stay in touch with our expert on live chat

Get the Best Holiday Planned by Experts!

  • Enter Your Mobile Number

By submitting this form, you authorize and its partners to contact you for this enquiry.

  • Get Free Quotes

Message Sent!

Thank you for submitting your holiday request. A Yatra representative will call you within the next 2 hours from 9990614615.

  • By submitting this form I confirm that I am either over 18 years of age or possess legal authority to consent on behalf of the individual whose information has been provided above. I am willing to be contacted by Yatra and its third-party service providers for sale and promotion of travel related products and services. I allow Yatra to share my personal information like my name, email, phone number, destination city and date of travel with the third-party service providers. I understand that once my personal information is shared with the third-party service providers, Yatra would have no control over the same and these third parties may use my personal information for any subsequent marketing and sales communications for travel related products and services. Additionally, they may further share my information with their third parties.
  • India Tour Packages


About North east india Tour Packages

Places to visit in the north east, access and permits to visit north east, best time to visit north east, how to reach north east.

  • All Packages (29)
  • Customizable (29)

Magic Of Meghalaya

Magic Of Meghalaya

  • Seller : Yatra

Per Person on twin sharing

02 Nights Shillong

02 Nights Shillong

Discover Meghalaya

Discover Meghalaya

A Taste Of The Hills 4 Nights

A Taste Of The Hills 4 Nights

Enchanting Meghalaya

Enchanting Meghalaya

Darjeeling & Gangtok Couple Special

Darjeeling & Gangtok Couple Special

  • Seller : Holiday Season

Amazing Cherrapunji & Shillong

Amazing Cherrapunji & Shillong

Glimpse Of Himalayan Kingdom

Glimpse Of Himalayan Kingdom

Himalayan Delight

Himalayan Delight

  • Seller : ETravelMitra

Beautiful Tawang

Beautiful Tawang

Popular north east india tour packages, north east tour package faqs.

Q. Which city is the gateway to Northeast India and how to reach it? A. Ahead of shortlisting one of the North East packages you need to first figure out your travels and how you would reach your destination. Guwahati in Assam is the gateway to the Northeast and there are direct flights from Delhi and all the other metros of the country to Guwahati. You have airlines like GoFirst, SpiceJet, national carrier Air India, Vistara, IndiGo and AirAsia with direct flights from New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport to Guwahati’s Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport taking approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes. You can also get flights from Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Bhubaneswar, Patna and Hyderabad directly to Guwahati, with most major airlines servicing the route. Another way to arrive in the Northeast in case destinations like Sikkim or Dajeeling is on your mind is by taking a flight to the Bagdogra Airport. Located in Siliguri in West Bengal, Bagdogra serves as a gateway to Gangtok, Mirik, Darjeeling, Kalimpong and Kurseong. Airlines like AirAsia, Air India, Druk Air, GoFirst, IndiGo, SpiceJet and Vistara have direct flights to Bagdogra from Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata, Mumbai, Paro, Bangkok, Guwahati, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jaipur and Dibrugarh. Q. What are the places to be visited in Northeast India? A. As you go through North East tour packages ensure that it encompasses all the major destinations in the region. A holiday in the northeast is incomplete without rounding up Guwahati, Kaziranga National Park, Majuli, Shillong, Cherrapunji, Mawlynnong, Kohima, Imphal, Loktak Lake to name a few. The destinations you cover would depend on the length of your stay. You could stay a few days in a tea estate in Darjeeling and two nights further in Gangtok. Other ideas are to split your stay between Gangtok, Darjeeling and Pelling, or Gangtok, Pelling and Namchi. Clubbing a stay at Darjeeling, Kurseong and Kalimpong is also a great idea. A tea trail in Assam would cover Kaziranga and Jorhat where you can enjoy a wildlife safari as well as tea garden stay in Jorhat. For a longish stay encompassing Darjeeling, you can plan a holiday around Gangtok, Lachung, Pelling and Darjeeling. Q. What are some of the best wildlife experiences in Northeast India? A. If you are about to finalise one of the North East holiday packages and are a wildlife lover, make sure your holiday incorporates trips to some of its most incredible national parks. Arrive in Assam for a look at the one-horned rhinoceros, the state animal. The best place to view them in their natural habitat is at the Pobitora National Park, Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park. You can go on an elephant-back or jeep safari and spot them in the wild grazing. While the parks offer ideal grassland and wetland habitat for the Indian rhinoceros, they are also teeming with an array of other wildlife that includes birds, big cats and reptiles. On a safari in either of the parks you can spot the wild water buffalo, Asiatic elephant, royal Bengal tiger, swamp deer, which together with the one-horned rhino make up the Big Five of Kaziranga. Outside of that there are several other species of big cats, leopards, pangolin, sloth bear, badger, flying squirrel, golden jackal and a variety of avian species such as open-bill stork, white-rumped vulture and the great Indian hornbill to name a few. Q. Is it safe to travel to North East India? A. With the growing tourism in the North East more visitors are travelling to this lesser-explored part of India. While all states welcome tourists, however, certain parts of Nagaland and Manipur should be avoided due to insurgency situations. It will be wise to take the advice of local experts on the places to avoid and on current situations. Also, book your North East tour package with a reliable tour operator that knows the area well. Q. Which northeastern states require a visitor’s permit? A. Indian tourists will require Inner Line Permit (ILP) permit to visit Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and certain areas of Sikkim. Tourist ILP is valid for seven days and can be extended. Visitors from overseas need to get either a Restricted Area Permit or Protected Area Permit or both to enter Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Nagaland and Manipur. Also, foreign visitors to Manipur, Mizoram and Nagaland must get themselves registered at the Foreigner Registration Office within 24 hours of arrival. The easiest way to get these permits is through travel agents, alternatively you can apply online or visit the local authorities of the respective states with offices in different cities of the country. Q. Are there vegetarian restaurants easily available in the North East? A. Contrary to popular belief, vegetarian food is found all across North East India. Although people there love meat and fish, but they equally love their vegetarian meals. Their veg or non-veg dishes are as diverse as the rest of the country. In bigger places like Guwahati, Shillong, Darjeeling and Gangtok, you will easily find good vegetarian and even Jain food restaurants. At good hotels, you can always request for a vegetarian meal. Try an Assamese thali prepared using ‘khar’ - a local alkaline-based delicacy prepared from banana leaves and banana trunks; taste the vegetarian version of Jadoh in Shillong; go for rice porridge in Mizoram or the millet porridge called zan in Arunachal Pradesh; indulge in a sweet dish of Tripura called Awan Bangwi - a rice cake dish, which is a melange of sweet spicy and earthy flavours. Q. Are good hotels available in the North East? A. As tourism infrastructure is gradually growing in the North East there is still a lack in quality and choice when searching for an accommodation. Consult with a good tour operator as they can always guide you with the best places to stay. Popular destinations such as Assam, Meghalaya, Sikkim and Darjeeling have variety of options from luxury to basic. Q. How to pack for my North East trip? A. The states of Sikkim, Nagaland and Meghalaya gets very cold during winters due to its higher altitude; the weather at these places are pleasant during summers. Weather in Assam is tropical monsoon rainforest type with heavy rainfall and humidity during monsoon and warm summers and mild winters. Q. What languages are spoken in the northeastern part of India? A. Every state in the North East India has a native language and diverse sub-dialects spoken by different tribes. As a tourist you can get around easily in Hindi and English. Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Meghalaya and Nagaland have English as their official language. Q. Is North East India a family-friendly destination? A. North East mostly consists of mountainous and rugged terrains and travelling in these areas can be tiresome for tourists and especially for young travellers. Having said that, attractions like Kaziranga National Park, and places like Darjeeling, Gangtok, Shillong are popular with families. With good air connectivity you can easily reach these destinations from major Indian cities for a relaxed and fun family vacation. Q. How is the phone and internet connectivity in North East India? A. Mobile internet connections are available in most parts, but in many remote areas and hilly terrains the connectivity can be poor. Internet connectivity is good in most places, and in case of unavailability you can always look for the nearest internet cafes available in almost all small towns. Q. How many days are required for a comprehensive North East tour? A. It depends on the number of states or destinations you would like to include and the number of days you are willing to spend on your tour. As North East combines eight states, it will take at least 10-15 days to fully explore the important tourist attractions. A North East tour itinerary could also include Darjeeling and Kalimpong in West Bengal. Q. What souvenirs should I bring from North East India? A. When in Assam, get fine Assam silk, tea leaves and the traditional jaapi hat, which make a great wall decor. Carry bamboo baskets from Meghalaya or the reed mats from Manipur. The Naga shawl from Nagaland is a much sought-after memento while Tripura is known for its unique handloom. You will love the tribal jewellery and the bamboo products from Arunachal Pradesh. You can even get some pickles for home. You will find shops and roadside vendors selling different types of pickles ranging from bamboo shoots to variety of local chilli.

Popular Tour Packages in India

  • Places to visit
  • Best time to visit
  • How to reach
  • Things to do
  • Nainital Family Packages
  • Goa Family Packages
  • Gangtok Family Packages
  • Manali Family Packages
  • Kashmir Family Packages
  • Ooty Family Packages
  • Munnar Family Packages
  • Kerala Family Packages
  • Sikkim Family Packages
  • South India Family Packages
  • North East Family Packages
  • Uttarakhand Family Packages
  • Andaman Family Packages
  • Darjeeling Family Packages
  • Lakshadweep Family Packages
  • Ladakh Family Packages
  • Shimla Family Packages
  • Jaipur Family Packages
  • Coorg Family Packages
  • Places to vist in Andaman
  • Places to vist in Manali
  • Places to vist in Ladakh
  • Places to vist in Lakshadweep
  • Places to vist in Shimla
  • Places to vist in Ooty
  • Places to vist in Gangtok
  • Places to vist in Gulmarg
  • Places to vist in Srinagar
  • Places to vist in Pondicherry
  • Places to vist in Visakhapatnam
  • Places to vist in Chennai
  • Places to vist in Delhi
  • Places to vist in Jaipur
  • Places to vist in Puri
  • Places to vist in Kedarnath
  • Best time to visit Ladakh
  • Best time to visit Goa
  • Best time to visit Manali
  • Best time to visit Lakshadweep
  • Best time to visit Mussoorie
  • Best time to visit Nainital
  • Best time to visit Dharamshala
  • Best time to visit Kutch
  • Best time to visit Ooty
  • Best time to visit Shimla
  • Best time to visit Coorg
  • Best time to visit Auli
  • Best time to visit Andaman
  • Best time to visit Darjeeling
  • Best time to visit Vaishno Devi
  • Best time to visit Kedarnath
  • Best time to visit Puri
  • Best time to visit Badrinath
  • Best time to visit Rameswaram
  • Best time to visit Mahabaleshwar
  • How to reach Manali
  • How to reach Ladakh
  • How to reach Gangtok
  • How to reach Shimla
  • How to reach Andaman
  • How to reach Ooty
  • How to reach Darjeeling
  • How to reach Lakshadweep
  • How to reach Coorg
  • How to reach Mount Abu
  • How to reach Gulmarg
  • How to reach Auli
  • How to reach Srinagar
  • How to reach Naninital
  • How to reach Hampi
  • How to reach Kedarnath
  • How to reach Vaishno Devi
  • How to reach Puri
  • How to reach Ujjain
  • How to reach Badrinath
  • How to reach Rameswaram
  • How to reach Pondicherry
  • How to reach Kolkata
  • How to reach Delhi
  • Things to do in Andaman
  • Things to do in Manali
  • Things to do in Ladakh
  • Things to do in Lakshadweep
  • Things to do in Shimla
  • Things to do in Ooty
  • Things to do in Pondicherry
  • Things to do in Gangtok
  • Things to do in Gulmarg
  • Things to do in Srinagar
  • Things to do in Visakhapatnam
  • Things to do in Chennai
  • Things to do in New Delhi
  • Things to do in Jaipur
  • Things to do in Puri
  • Things to do in Kedarnath
  • Honeymoon Packages
  • Family Packages
  • Religious Packages
  • Winter Packages
  • Summer Packages
  • Hill Station Packages
  • Exotic Packages
  • Adventure Packages
  • Wildlife Packages
  • Bestseller Packages
  • Group Packages
  • Weekend Packages

Looking for a Holiday Package?

Our Company

  • More About Us
  • Leadership Team

Our Products

  • Customer Testimonials
  • Press Releases
  • Support & FAQs
  • Terms & Conditions
  • Privacy Policy
  • User Agreement
  • Retails Stores
  • Visa Information

Top Travel Destinations

  • Switzerland Tourism
  • Bali Tourism
  • Dubai Tourism
  • Maldives Tourism
  • Bhutan Tourism
  • Vietnam Tourism
  • Srilanka Tourism
  • Thailand Tourism
  • Singapore Tourism
  • Malaysia Tourism
  • Andaman Tourism
  • Lakshadweep Tourism
  • Goa Tourism
  • Kerala Tourism
  • Himachal Tourism
  • Kashmir Tourism
  • Gujarat Tourism
  • Uttarakhand Tourism
  • Meghalaya Tourism
  • Leh Ladakh Tourism

Popular Honeymoon Packages

  • Maldives Honeymoon Packages
  • Bali Honeymoon Packages
  • Singapore Honeymoon Packages
  • Europe Honeymoon Packages
  • Dubai Honeymoon Packages
  • Malaysia Honeymoon Packages
  • Thailand Honeymoon Packages
  • Mauritius Honeymoon Packages
  • Indonesia Honeymoon Packages
  • Manali Honeymoon Packages
  • Goa Honeymoon Packages
  • Andaman Honeymoon Packages
  • Ooty Honeymoon Packages
  • Darjeeling Honeymoon Packages
  • Kerala Honeymoon Packages
  • Ladakh Honeymoon Packages
  • Shimla Honeymoon Packages
  • Munnar Honeymoon Packages
  • Himachal Honeymoon Packages
  • Kashmir Honeymoon Packages
  • Goa Tour Packages
  • Manali Tour Packages
  • Andaman Packages
  • Ladakh Tour Packages
  • Kerala Tour Packages
  • Kashmir Tour Packages
  • Rajasthan Tour Packages
  • Ooty Tour Packages
  • Uttarakhand Tour Packages
  • Himachal Tour Packages
  • Darjeeling Tour Packages
  • Sikkim Tour Packages
  • Jaipur Tour Packages
  • Srinagar Tour Packages
  • Munnar Tour Packages
  • South India Tour Packages
  • North India Tour Packages
  • Kedarnath Tour Packages
  • Lakshadweep Tour Packages
  • Shimla Tour Packages
  • Goa Packages from Delhi
  • Goa Packages from Bangalore
  • Gangtok Packages from Delhi
  • Gangtok Packages from Kolkata
  • Kalimpong Packages from Kolkata
  • International Tour Packages
  • Maldives Tour Packages
  • Bali Tour Packages
  • Singapore Tour Packages
  • Europe Tour Packages
  • Greece Tour Packages
  • Switzerland Tour Packages
  • Dubai Tour Packages
  • Malaysia Tour Packages
  • Thailand Tour Packages
  • Mauritius Tour Packages
  • Bangkok Tour Packages
  • Bhutan Tour Packages
  • Nepal Tour Packages
  • New Zealand Tour Packages
  • Russia Tour Packages
  • Turkey Tour Packages
  • Egypt Tour Packages
  • Canada Tour Packages
  • Saudi Arabia Tour Packages
  • Bahrain Tour Packages

Important Links

  • World Tour Packages
  • International Honeymoon Packages
  • Weekend Getaways
  • Chardham Yatra
  • Pilgrimage Packages
  • Cordelia Cruise Packages
  • India Tourism
  • International Tourism
  • Holiday Offers
  • Port Blair Packages
  • Chardham Packages
  • Chardham Yatra by Helicopter
  • Dalhousie Packages
  • Dharamshala Packages
  • Havelock Packages
  • Gangtok Packages
  • Kalimpong Packages
  • North East Tour Packages
  • International Flights
  • Domestic Flights
  • Domestic Airlines
  • Cheap Flights
  • Flight Schedule
  • Flight Status
  • Web Check In
  • Hotels in India
  • Hotels Near Me
  • Bus Booking
  • Cab Booking
  • Outstation Cabs
  • Indian Railways
  • Distance Between
  • Train Running Status
  • Train PNR Status
  • IRCTC Forgot Password
  • Domestic Tour Packages
  • State Wise Travel Guidelines
  • Monuments of India
  • Charter Flights
  • Qutub Minar
  • Visa at Your Doorstep
  • Uk Visa At Your Doorstep
  • Armed Forces Flight Booking
  • Senior Citizen Flight Booking
  • Student Quota Flight Booking
  • No Cost EMI on Flight Tickets

You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.

We use cookies to improve your website experience and provide more personalized services to you, both on this website and through other media. By continuing to use this website, you agree to our use of cookies as explained in our Cookie Policy . Please read our Cookie Policy for more information on how we use cookies and how you can disable them.


New User? Register

  • Manage bookings
  • Cancellation
  • On Behalf Booking

We're unable to sign you in because the password entered incorrect.

Your request for OTP will be sent to registered email id and mobile number, if not registered please do the same.

You exceed the OTP limit. Please try again after some time

north east tour india

Don't have an account?

  • Contains between 8-12 alphanumeric characters.
  • Can add special character but not mandatory(Only !, @, #,$,%,^,&,* to be used).
  • Does not contain White spaces

I would like to be kept informed of special Promotions and offers. I hereby accept the Privacy Policy and authorize Thomascook to contact me.

Already have an account?

  • Your existing Google or Facebook Id will be a Thomascook ID
  • No need to remember different Ids & Passwords
  • One Click login

Fill in the email Address that you used to register or book with Thomascook.

We will reset and send your new password.

Please enter the valid email address

Thomascook Staff / Preferred Agents / corporate's, please enter your Login-id only. E.g. Tcil_aalok / Jaft_prakash / Rc_mumbai

Your request for new password has been accepted.

The new password would be emailed to the registered email address, if not registered please do the same

The page you searched is temporarily unavailable

Kindly use the links below..

  • india tour packages
  • north east tour packages

Wooden bench in a forest

Oops! We could not find any result for the given search.

Sorry, the fields marked in red need your attention, please fix them to continue.

North East Tour Packages - Get Upto 9% Off

Holiday tour packages (trending).


International Tour Packages


India & Around Tour Packages

I accept Privacy Policy and I authorise Thomas Cook Group Companies to contact me.

International Tour Packages (Trending Destinations)


Europe Tour Packages

Stroll through the beaches and explore the wild in the cultural island with your better half. Maldives is an all-in-one experience.


USA Tour Packages

Visit USA - the third largest continent in the world. Packed to the brim with personality, charm, diversity and great natural beauty.


Australia Tour Packages

A trip to Australia is a must if you crave for a blend of adventure, scuba diving, colorful mountains, rich wild life and much more.


New Zealand Tour Packages

Unending vistas of breath-taking landscapes await you at New Zealand – Fall in love with huge mountains, clear waters, adventure, wildlife & more.


Asia Tour Packages

The land of hidden gems, unexplored grasslands, temple towns, bustling streets and golden beaches; this is Asia for you.


Mauritius Tour Packages

They say that Mauritius was fashioned out of the handbook of the Gods. For the most part, it’s true.


Singapore Tour Packages

Bling and sparkles everywhere with tall buildings, scrumptious food, and lightning speed transport - Singapore deserves a spot on your ultimate holiday bucket list.

India Tour Packages & Around


Andaman Tour Packages

The Andamans - A wonderland of teal and turquoise. Where the seafood is more flavourful, and the fruits are juicier.


Kerala Tour Packages

Welcome to God's own country. Kerala is where tranquil backwaters, manicured tea estates, enchanting forests, beguiling mountains await you.


Himachal Tour Packages

The land of Gods awaits your visit. Choose to relax & enjoy its stunning beauty with the love of your life or wish to heed your spiritual call & discover yourself.


Rajasthan Tour Packages

Rajasthan synonym Royal, Regal, Revered. A magical universe of colour coded kingdoms. A place where little red turbans and green saris dance to classical music.


Kashmir Tour Packages

Experience Heaven on Earth. Beautiful verdant mountains and valleys, religious shrines, temples, wildlife, art and culture, festivals and much more.


Sri Lanka Tour Packages

A teardrop, found sliding along the Indian Ocean, is the magical land of Sri Lanka. It's is a magical, beautiful and diverse nation.


Bhutan Tour Packages

Bhutan is a jumble of impressions. A melange of sight, sound and taste. And its a one of a kind place where happiness is measured.

About North East Holiday: The 'Land of the 7 Sisters’ is an extremely underrated holiday destination that has seldom been explored to its fullest. But with Thomas Cook India’s North East holiday packages you can enjoy an exotic vacation right here in India. A vacation to the Northeast may not figure high on many travel lists, but a North East holiday is an adventure that a few have experienced. Thomas Cook India’s North East tour packages come in many sizes, from a compact 2 nights and 3 days stay to an all-encompassing 8 nights and 9 days vacation. And with prices ranging from INR 21,400 to INR 1,13,249, this is your chance to enjoy an unforgettable North East tour.

With Thomas Cook India, your North East trip will be a hassle-free experience that will have you coming back again and again. With an unparalleled experience of creating dream holidays, Thomas Cook India pays attention to even the smallest detail of your North East tour package. Our team of experts, who have years of travel experience, craft the perfect holiday for you. You will find that care and attention to detail at every step in your North East holiday package as well. When you travel with us, we take care of the nitty-gritty while all you must do is enjoy your holiday.

You can even book your North East tour package holidays online through our website or simply pay us a visit at your nearest Thomas Cook India branch. Your journey to the northeast begins at the airport from all major cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad. Keep on reading to find out more about things to do, places to visit, the best time to visit and much more.

2024 Most Popular North East Tour Packages

About north east.

Originally a group of seven north-east states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura, the seven sisters welcomed their new brother, Sikkim, in 1975. Surrounded almost exclusively by India’s international neighbours, the northeast has developed a unique culture of its own that reflects the region’s historical and geographical diversity. The hardy exterior of the rocky terrain hides a warm heart that welcomes visitors with genuine warmth. People open their hearts, and often their houses, to make you feel welcome in their homeland. They are fiercely proud of their culture and are protective of their way of life.

Here you can experience the colonial heritage in all its splendour and connect with the exciting mystic of a land that still hides many secrets. Here you will find Asia’s cleanest village and bridges moulded out of living roots. Feel the adrenaline rush as you encounter a Rhino in the wild and calm your cantering heart at the monasteries that dot the mountains like some jewels strewn on an emerald robe. The magic of Darjeeling and the transcendent beauty of Meghalaya eagerly await to be experienced. The people here celebrate their festivals with songs and dances and share their culture with their food. If you’re ready to experience all this and more, simply book yourself a Thomas Cook India ’s North East tour and enjoy your northeastern sojourn.

Best Time to Visit North East

November to April is the best time to visit the northeast  due to the dry weather. When the monsoon rolls in, the roads become impassable and some of the regions like Kaziranga of Assam often experience flooding. The monsoon usually lasts between July to September. Summer is also a good time to visit the northeast if you don’t mind the warm temperatures between 30°C to 36°C. If you consider the northeast as a whole the temperatures vary wildly due to its diverse terrain. The mountains are generally cooler than the plains.

But winter and early summer showcase the best of whatever the northeast has to offer. You are in for a sensory treat, especially if you visit immediately after the monsoon ends. The bright and varying shades of green soothe the senses even as the replenished valleys hide in the mists of monsoon’s memories. The mountains rise out of the mist to add drama to the landscape that would seem incomplete without the soaring peaks. Though it gets bitterly cold in some places, it rarely snows, if ever.

The Kaziranga National Park  teems with abundance and the atmosphere within the park is charged with anticipation. Summer opens a range of outdoor activities that includes trekking, mountain biking, kayaking and rock climbing. You may have to share your holidays with the usual tourist crowds during this time, but you will find all the attractions and places of interest open for visitors.

How to Reach North East

You can visit the northeast by road, rail and air from all the major cities of India. But Kolkata seems to be the ideal starting point for the northeast by air. From Kolkata, you can get direct flights to Assam, Manipur, Nagaland and Tripura with regular frequency. Apart from Kolkata, Guwahati’s LokpriyaGopinathBordoloi International Airport is also well connected to many of the major cities around India such as Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad. Naharlagun in Arunachal Pradesh and Aizawl in Mizoram enjoy aerial connectivity through helicopter services.

If you prefer to take a train into the northeast, Kolkata again proves to be the hub of connectivity. It has the largest number of trains travelling to the eight northeastern states than any other major city in India. Assam and Arunachal Pradesh lead the others in rail connectivity while Mizoram and Tripura do not even have a railway network. New Jalpaiguri is the closest railway station to Mizoram and Kumarghat is the nearest one for Tripura. However, do note that since the railway network in the northeast is not electrified, trains take longer than usual to reach their destinations.

By far, the road seems to offer the best connectivity to get around the northeast. West Bengal has several buses, government as well as private, running regularly to all the states in the northeast. National Freeways 31, 37, 38 and 40 link Assam with the rest of the country. A private taxi is the most convenient, but the more expensive mode of travel by road.

Places to visit in North East

Collectively, the northeast seems like a vast area to explore. Surely it cannot be all done in one trip. The sheer variety of landscapes, experiences and even food means that you will have to pick and choose and plan your itinerary carefully. Here are some places that you must not miss on your trip to the northeast.

Gangtok, Sikkim

Hands down, one of the most iconic adventure destinations, Gangtok is the highlight of your northeast tour. Hogging the lion’s share of nature’s bounty, Gangtok is a trekker’s paradise. The trek to Kanchenjunga  is a special undertaking that demands utmost commitment. The Tsomgo Lake is a holy place that reflects the surrounding landscape and the spirituality infused within. Don’t miss the Yak Safari and sipping for souvenirs at M. G. Road. Spend some time at the Rumtek Monastery and let the tranquillity  reach deep within your being. Conquer the climb at Ganesh Tok and check out the wild beauty of Nathu La Pass.

The ‘Tea Basket of India’ is blessed with a unique charm that inspires the fiercest pride among its citizens. Apart from its famous hillsides hosting acres and acres of tea plantations, Assam  is also known as the home of the Kaziranga National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a critical ecological hotspot that is home to some rare species of animals like the One-horned Rhinoceros and the Ganges Dolphins. Get a taste of eco-tourism at Majuli to go shopping in Jorhat. Take a serene cruise over the Brahmaputra and pay your respects at the Kamakhya Temple. Do not miss a piping hot cup of tea on a plantation visit.

One of the relatively unknown places of the North East, Manipur  is mostly known for its most famous export, the Bhut Jolokia(Ghost Pepper). This little jewel in the heart of the North East enjoys its festivals so much that it is known as the land of festivals. You will be awed by its culture, handicrafts and handlooms, indigenous games, dances and martial arts. Get your shopping done at the Khwairamband Bazaar, a market run wholly by women. Explore the ancient Andro Village and enjoy the thrill of a chariot ride in Moreh. Boating in Loktak Lake is also a popular pastime as is the theatre.

The ‘Abode of the Clouds’ is shrouded in clouds through most of the year giving it a perpetual air of mystery. Meghalaya  is a treasure trove of secrets that are just gaining the attention of the world. For starters, it is home to Mawlynnong, the cleanest village in Asia. Its other claims to fame are the bridges in Cherrapunji is woven out of living roots, its spectacular waterfalls and some of the longest caves in Asia. Some of the must-visit attractions here include the Balpakram National Park, Umiam Lake and Laitlum Canyon. Do not miss trekking on David Scott Trail, camping in the Khasi Hills and rafting in the Barapani Lake.

The ‘Land of the Hill People’ is a veritable haven of natural beauty that will slake your wanderlust with the choicest morsels. Admire the sweeping panoramas at Palak Lake and indulge the adventurer within with mountain biking in the Hmuifang Hills. The Blue Mountain National Park is an excellent trekking territory while the Murlen National Park is a nature lover’s paradise. Enjoy the beauty of Vantawng Falls and track big cats at the DampaTiger Reserve when on your North East Trip.

The home of the fierce warriors, the nagas, Nagaland  will surprise you with its love of celebrations and festivals. In fact, Nagaland is known for its vibrant, colourful festivals that celebrate its culture and traditions. The Hornbill The Festival of Nagaland is particularly well known. The Kohima Museum and Kachari Ruins are the best chroniclers of the region’s history. Visit the Touphema village to catch the dance performances. Go trekking in the Dzukou Valley and enjoy the safari at the Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary. Challenge yourself with a hike to the Japfu Peak or simply sit back and test your patience with birdwatching in Khonoma.

Another unknown gem of the northeast, Tripura  has the holy trifecta of a memorable holiday; art, history and nature. Sharing the natural bounty with its sisters, Tripura carries its beauty with aplomb. The picturesque trek to Jampui Hills, the teeming Rowa Wildlife Sanctuary and the Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary showcase the verdant beauty of the state quite gracefully. The same grace and elegance can be seen in the architecture of the Royal Ujjayanta Palace which will transport you back in time. The Tripura Government Museum is another time capsule that is preserving the region’s history for posterity.

Arunachal Pradesh

The ‘Land of the Dawn-lit Mountains’ lives up to its name with its stark beauty accentuated by the mountains. One of the better-known jewels of the northeast, Arunachal Pradesh is also the largest state of the group. The wide-open vistas with the backdrop of snow-capped mountains in the distance are the signature view of this blessed land. It also holds the distinction of being the birthplace of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and housing the largest Buddhist monastery in India. The Ziro Music Festival is one of the highlights of Arunachal Pradesh as is the ParasuramKund.

What to Eat in North East

With so many diverse cultures calling the northeast their home, the region boasts a wide culinary palette that will colour your taste buds with new and exciting flavours. Here are our picks of the food that you should try on your vacation to the northeast.

Khar - Ubiquitous Delicacy

This Assamese dish uses beaten pulses, raw papaya and red rice as a base to concoct a much-loved delicacy that is a staple of almost every meal.

Galho - Familiar Food

Akin to the khichdi that we all love, Galho also adds meat to the mix to give it that northeast twist. The smoked meat adds texture to the dish while axone (fermented soybean) adds extra zing.

Iromba - Fishy Favourite

This star of Manipuri cuisine counts fermented fish as one of the ingredients to liven up a dish that is made up of mashed potatoes, yams, bamboo shoots, mushrooms, fresh greens and red hot chillies. Iromba has a strong and pungent taste with a simple flavour profile.

Kappa - Unusual Snacks

Kappa is the perfect street food to be had on the go while exploring the streets of Meghalaya. A piping hot bowl of Kappa will warm you in the chilly weather of Meghalaya. Mostly made using chicken and fresh garden herbs, chicken entrails are one unusual ingredient that sets this one apart from a regular chicken soup, book your northeast holiday from Thomas Cook India now!

ArsaBuhchiar - Savoury Goodness

Coming from Mizoram, ArsaBuhchiar is a savoury rice porridge that is served with herbs and a side of chicken. The blend of local spices, with the hearty rice base, makes this dish a heavy snack to be enjoyed on cold, rainy afternoons. There’s another variation of this porridge, Sanpiau, that includes an array of spices but excludes the chicken.

Things to Do in North East

Your holiday in the northeast will be underscored by a series of adventures that will give you an adrenaline rush and get your heart beating. Here are some much-recommended things that you should try in the northeast tour.

Trekking at Tawang

This is a highly endorsed activity when you’re anywhere in for the northeast trip . The stunning landscapes make amazing backdrops for your treks that pass through some of the most challenging terrains you’ll find. The crisp mountain air braces you for the long treks that can last for hours if not days. Make sure you take the time to acclimate yourself to the altitude before heading off.

River Rafting at Kalimpong

The entire northeast is crisscrossed by  rivers that offer many opportunities to explore the land from a different perspective. Rafting is not only an adventure, but it is also a great way to check out the sights. A rafting trip can save you hours of walking on a sightseeing tour.

Rock Climbing in Cherrapunji

The rugged terrain of the northeast is a veritable amusement park for adventure seekers. Cherrapunji  offers a wonderful opportunity for those who revel in the exciting sport of rock climbing. One of the wettest places on earth, Cherrapunji challenges the best in the sport, but also supports and encourages the first-timers with gentle persuasion.

Camp Overnight on the Khasi Hills

The best part of overnight camping in the northeast is the uninterrupted views of a spectacular starlit sky that really shines in the absence of the usual light pollution. Include a camping trip when you book your northeast holiday from Thomas Cook India and get ready for the best camping trip under the stars.

Find Solace at Tawang Monastery

The Tawang Monastery is an island of peace even in the tranquil environs of Tawang. Take some time for introspection and try to find your equilibrium surrounded by spirituality. If you’re visiting at the right time, you can catch a live performance of Cham, the traditional dance performed by the monastery’s monks. Intricate in nature and graceful in execution, it is one performance you simply must not miss.

Refine Search:

Must Include Places

Departure City

Price Per Person

Approx price per person

Month of Travel

Package Type

  • ( 1 ? 'N':'N' --> ) →
  • Optional Flights


Tour manager, 0 --> rs. 0 --> rs. 0 --> rs. rs. 0) --> % off.

Starting price per adult

Final EMI value will be displayed post the total package cost is calculated

north east tour india

Above points are approximate & calculated for Silver tier members, actual points will be credited basis your membership, after your travel is completed.

  • Silver Member - 1%*Total value ( Net )
  • Gold Member - 1.5%*Total value ( Net )

For more information, click here

Round trip Flights included

  flight optional.

  • 1 ? $data.noOfNights+' nights':$data.noOfNights +' night' --> 1 night

TC Tour Icons

People also ask about North East Tour Packages

Which is the cheapest state in the North East? Mizoram is the most pocket friendly state to visit in the north east. North East India is quite affordable for a trip. Is it safe to travel to the North East? Absolutely yes, it is safe to travel to the North East. North East India is gradually becoming one of the best offbeat destinations you must visit. Is Sikkim a part of the seven sisters? Sikkim is not a part of the seven sisters, it was made a part of the North Easton 15th May 1975.The ‘Seven Sister States’comprises of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. Where can I start a road trip through the North East? The road from Shillong to Cherrapunji is breathtakingly beautiful. The path offers stunning views and some seriously refreshing weather as it winds through millennia-old trees. Guwahati is also the best place to start a road trip across the North East. It is one of the biggest cities in the region when you can get the Inner Line Passes for other states quite easily. Does it snow in the North East? Yes, Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim are the two north east states that receive seasonal snowfall during winter. December to February is perfect time to witness snowfall in North East India.

What type of food do we get in the Northeast? Northeast India has a wide variety of foods, ranging from pure vegetarian to non-vegetarian. Although the cuisine of certain locations differs from the rest, there is no shortage of menus available in tourist hotspots.

How many days are required for North East India trip? You'll need about 15 days to cover all of the states in the North East in one trip. You can choose from a variety of North east India Tour packages. What is the best time to visit North East? The months starting from March to June are considered to be the  best time to visit North East .  As these are ever-blooming days ideal for exploring the tribes, trails and teas of this magnificent region.

  What is North East India well-known for? The North East region of India is regarded as an undiscovered gem. It is home to the majority of India's valuable natural heritage that has yet to be explored. It boasts of being extraordinary in its own right, with waterfalls, monasteries, majestic peaks, and lush national parks and sanctuaries that you should not miss out on your North East tour.

How much does a trip to the North East cost? The budget North East tour package starts from Rs. 11490 and the cost of luxury North East package can go upto Rs. 107999. There are many other tour packages available in between these prices which makes it easier for you to choose the best suitable package for your North East trip.

Will Language be a barrier during my North East trip? The people of North East India speak a variety of languages, and each ethnic group has its own dialect. Mizo, Assamese, Manipuri, Nepali, Hindi and English are some of the common languages spoken in northeastern India. Thus language won’t be a barrier at most places in North East.  What does a North tour package include? Breakfast, transportation, accommodation, flights, sightseeing, monument entrance, and other services are normally included North East tour packages. However, if you wish to do something on your own that isn't on your trip schedule, you will be responsible for the expense. What is a standard north east travel package? North east tour packages are technically a whole tourism offering because it typically includes transportation from the origin to the destination, lodging along the way or at the destination, and additional recreational or travel activities. 

Is it good to take a tour package for north east India? In a north east tour , you don't have to go through much stress. Everything would be done by the operator and you have to make a single payment only. The disadvantage is that it may not be very flexible with timings, destinations, accommodation etc.

  *Disclaimer- The family discount mentioned for this destination is defined basis 2 adults & 1 child combination.

All about North East

North east packages, famous places to visit in north east, trending india destinations, trending international destinations, north east flights, north east packages from city, customized north east packages.

Click on destination labels to get refined search.

map image

  • 1 ? $data.noOfNights+' nights':$data.noOfNights +' night' -->

Get the Best Holiday Planned by Experts!

Enter your contact details and we will plan the best holiday suiting all your requirements.

I hereby accept the Privacy Policy and I authorise Thomas Cook Group Companies to contact me.

Maximum Limit Exceeded!

You can select max 3 packages to compare

I want to holiday in

Tell us what you need? & Let your Holiday expert design package for you.




Your ultimate Travel solution

North East tour package

north east tour packages

Discover the captivating beauty of North East India with Tripoventure’s North East tour packages . Our meticulously crafted North East India tour packages are designed to offer an immersive experience in this enchanting region. Whether you’re planning a family vacation or a solo adventure, our North East tours and travels cater to diverse preferences.

Explore the diverse landscapes and cultures of North East India with our comprehensive North East tour itinerary . From lush tea gardens to serene lakes, ancient monasteries to vibrant markets, our North East tour plan ensures that you don’t miss any of the region’s gems. Discover the allure of North East India tourism with Tripoventure.

Our aim is to provide the best North East tour packages , offering a seamless travel experience from start to finish. Whether you’re looking for full North East India tour packages or a customized North East trip , Tripoventure has you covered.

At Tripoventure, we understand that every couple is unique. Our North East Honeymoon Packages are customizable, allowing you to tailor your itinerary to match your preferences. Whether it’s a leisurely stroll through tea estates or an adventurous trek in Meghalaya, create memories that reflect your love story. Choose Tripoventure for your North East Honeymoon , and let us craft the perfect beginning to your journey of marital bliss.

Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with our North East package and experience the rich heritage and natural beauty of North East India. Choose from our range of North East trip packages and let us be your guide to this incredible region. Explore the wonders of North East India with Tripoventure today!

Places to Visit in North East India :

Tripoventure invites you to explore these extraordinary places in North East India, ensuring an immersive and memorable journey through this captivating region. Book your North East adventure with us and let the exploration begin! Here are the top places to visit in North East India with Tripoventure:

  • Kaziranga National Park, Assam:  Witness the incredible biodiversity of Assam at Kaziranga, known for one-horned rhinoceros and diverse wildlife.
  • Tawang Monastery, Arunachal Pradesh:  Discover the serenity of Tawang Monastery, nestled in the Himalayas and offering stunning views of the surrounding peaks.
  • Cherrapunji, Meghalaya:  Visit the rainfall record-holder, Cherrapunji, and marvel at the living root bridges, waterfalls, and lush landscapes.
  • Shillong, Meghalaya:  Explore the charming capital of Meghalaya, Shillong, renowned for its scenic beauty, vibrant culture, and pleasant climate.
  • Gangtok, Sikkim:  Experience the allure of Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim, surrounded by majestic mountains and adorned with monasteries.
  • Majuli, Assam:  Immerse yourself in the river island of Majuli, the world’s largest, known for its cultural richness and Vaishnavite monasteries.
  • Dzukou Valley, Nagaland:  Hike through the picturesque Dzukou Valley, known for its seasonal flowers and panoramic views of the Naga hills.
  • Mawlynnong, Meghalaya:  Visit Asia’s cleanest village, Mawlynnong, renowned for its cleanliness, lush greenery, and unique living root bridges.
  • Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh:  Explore the tranquil Ziro Valley, surrounded by pine-clad hills and adorned with rice fields and traditional Apatani villages.
  • Nathula Pass, Sikkim:  Experience the beauty of Nathula Pass, a high-altitude mountain pass offering breathtaking views of the Himalayas.
  • Dawki River, Meghalaya:  Witness the crystal-clear waters of Dawki River and take a boat ride on its pristine blue waters.
  • Tea Gardens of Assam:  Unwind in the lush tea gardens of Assam, experiencing the heritage and flavors of Assam tea.

Best Time to Visit North East India  :

Explore the enchanting landscapes of North East India at the perfect time with Tripoventure’s guide to the best time to visit North East India . Discover the optimal seasons for each state and ensure a seamless and memorable journey through this diverse region.

  • Best Time: October to April
  • Experience Assam’s pleasant weather during the post-monsoon and winter months. Explore tea gardens, wildlife sanctuaries, and cultural festivals with comfortable temperatures.
  • Best Time: October to June
  • Visit Meghalaya during the dry months of October to June for clear skies and ideal conditions to explore living root bridges, waterfalls, and the charming capital, Shillong.

Arunachal Pradesh:

  • Best Time: March to October
  • Opt for Arunachal Pradesh from March to October for favorable weather. Witness the Tawang Monastery, serene lakes, and lush valleys in their full glory.
  • Best Time: March to June, September to November
  • Explore Sikkim during the pre-monsoon and post-monsoon periods for pleasant weather. Witness the beauty of Nathula Pass, Gangtok, and the majestic Kanchenjunga.
  • Best Time: October to May
  • Choose the months between October to May for Nagaland’s festivals and cultural events. Explore the vibrant markets and trek through the picturesque landscapes.

Tripoventure ensures that you experience North East India at its best. Book your journey during the optimal time, and let the wonders of this region unfold before your eyes. Discover, explore, and create lasting memories with Tripoventure.

Things to do in North East India :

Embark on an exhilarating journey with Tripoventure and discover the myriad experiences that North East India has to offer. Here’s a snapshot of the exciting things to do:

  • Explore Living Root Bridges in Cherrapunji and Mawsynram.
  • Visit Tawang Monastery nestled in the pristine landscapes of Arunachal Pradesh.
  • Experience the thrill of a wildlife safari in Kaziranga National Park, home to the majestic one-horned rhinoceros and diverse fauna.
  • Dive into the vibrant culture of Shillong, exploring local markets, museums, and indulging in the delectable regional cuisine.
  • Embark on a challenging trek to Dzukou Valley in Nagaland, known for its seasonal flower blooms and panoramic vistas.
  • Engage in adrenaline-pumping activities like river rafting in Siang River, paragliding in Sikkim, caving in Meghalaya, and river cruise in Brahmaputra.
  • Unwind amidst the lush tea gardens of Assam, taking a leisurely tour to understand the art of tea-making.
  • Immerse yourself in the indie music scene at the Ziro Festival in Arunachal Pradesh, set against the picturesque Ziro Valley.
  • Discover the diverse avian species in Nameri National Park, a paradise for bird enthusiasts.
  • Witness the breathtaking beauty of Nathula Pass in Sikkim, offering mesmerizing views of the Himalayan peaks.
  • Attend cultural extravaganzas like the Hornbill Festival in Nagaland and the vibrant Bihu Festival in Assam.

How to reach North East :

Embark on a seamless journey to the enchanting North East with Tripoventure’s guide on how to reach North East . Discover the various modes of transportation and choose the one that suits your preferences for a hassle-free and unforgettable adventure.

North East By Air:

  • Major Airports: Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (Guwahati), Bagdogra International Airport (Siliguri), and others.
  • Connectivity: Well-connected with major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and more.
  • Convenience: The quickest way to reach North East India, providing direct access to major states like Assam, Meghalaya, and Tripura.

NorthEast  By Train:

  • Major Railway Stations: Guwahati Junction (Assam), New Jalpaiguri Junction (Siliguri), Dimapur Railway Station (Nagaland), and others.
  • Connectivity: Extensive rail network connecting North East with major cities across India.
  • Scenic Routes: Enjoy picturesque train journeys, such as the Barak Valley Express, offering breathtaking views.

North East  By Road:

  • National Highways: NH27, NH10, and others connect North East with the rest of India.
  • Scenic Drives: Experience picturesque drives through the lush landscapes of Assam, Meghalaya, and Arunachal Pradesh.
  • Bus Services: State-run and private buses provide economical travel options for those seeking road adventures.

Choose Tripoventure for your North East adventure, and let us guide you on the best routes and travel options. Book your journey now and get ready to explore the beauty of North East India.

Browse our popular Domestic Holiday packages:   Magical Andaman Tour Package , Andaman Holiday Packages with Diglipur and Long Island , Arunachal Pradesh Bike Tour , Exotice Dooars wildlife Tour , Manali Kasol Tour Package , Kinnaur Kalpa Sangla Tour , Vaishno Devi Tour Package , Leh Tour Packages with Turtuk , Assam Meghalaya Arunachal Pradesh Tour Package , Sittong Lepchajagat Tinchuley Tour , Darjeeling Tea Tourism Package , Darjeeling Tour Package , Gangtok Pelling Tour Package , North Sikkim Package Tour , Thrilling Sikkim Bike Trip Package , Silk Route Tour Package , Vizag Araku Tour Package

Browse our popular International Holiday packages: Bali trip package , Abu Dhabi Tour Package , Nepal holiday Package , Phuket Krabi Package


North east tour package for 10 days at a glance.

Welcome on arrival at Guwahati airport & later transfer to Bhalukpong/Nameri. Check in at your hotel/Lodge/resort. Evening free for leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.

Post breakfast, check out from hotel & later move to the Assam-Arunachal state border. Pre-issued ILP for Indian Guests are required to enter Arunachal Pradesh. Later transfer to Dirang. On the way visit Tippi orchidarium with over 7500 orchids. On arrival at Dirang, check in to your hotel. Evening free for leisure. Overnight stay in Dirang.

After breakfast transfer to Tawang. On the way, visit the war cemetery. Continue with the drive till you reach Sela Pass at an altitude of 4114m / 13494 ft. It is famous for high altitude lakes & scenic beauty & is ideal for ice skating during winter. Check in to the hotel on arrival at Tawang. Overnight stay in Tawang.

After breakfast visit Tawang Monstery, Namgye Lhaste, Gorsham Chorten, Gontse Garden, Singar Ani Gompa.Evening return back to the hotel. Overnight stay in Tawang.

After Breakfast transfer to Bomdila. Check-in the hotel. After lunch, visit Gontse Rabgyaling Monastery (Upper Gonpa), Thumb-Chong Gatsel Ling Monastery (Lower Gonpa). Bomdila offers a wonderfully panoramic view of Himalayan landscapes and snow-clad ranges. Evening you can visit the local market. Overnight stay in Bomdila.

Post breakfast, check out & move towards Tezpur. Check in at your hotel/Lodge/resort. Afternoon visit the Tea Estates nearby & walk through the local village path. Overnight stay at hotel.

After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to Shillong. Often called the ‘Scotland of the East’, Shillong has lots to discover from lakes to hills to the jaw-dropping waterfalls. En route, stop at Barapani Lake for some amazing view & water activities. On arrival at Shillong, check in to the hotel. Afternoon time free for personal activity. Overnight stay at Shillong.

After Breakfast, move towards Mawlynnong & Dawki River. Visit to Mawlynnong village in the East Khasi Hills, famous for its cleanliness and natural attraction. Enjoy the scenic beauty with the lash of Greenery and enjoy a walk over the Living Root Bridge surrounding the place. Experience the crystal water boating at Dawki River. Return back to Shillong & time free for leisure. Overnight stay at Shillong.

After Breakfast, check out & move to Cherrapunjee. En route cover sightseeing points: Elephant Falls, Mawdok Valley view point, Wakha ba falls view point, Dantheling & Weisadong water falls. Post lunch visit Nohkhalikhai falls, Ramakrishna School and Museum, Eco Park, 7Sister’s waterfalls, Mawsmai Cave. Check in at your hotel/resort. Return back to Shillong Overnight stay.

Post breakfast, check out from your hotel & transfer to Nilachal Hill, to visit Maa Kamakhaya Temple. Later drop at Guwahati airport. Tour Ends.

North East tour package Inclusion/Exclusion

Tour cost includes.

  • Accommodation on a Double sharing basis
  • Transfers from one place to another
  • Sightseeing in private cars
  • Vehicle will be provided based on the itinerary
  • ILP application fees & processing responsibility for Arunachal entry.
  • Operation executive on call for 24x7

Tour cost excludes

  • Any Meals not mentioned in inclusions, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
  • Any expenses of personal nature such as Room Heater, tips, gratuities, telephone bills, laundry etc.
  • Entry fees, Guide, porter charges, travel Insurance and medi-claim.
  • Expenses incurred during the emergency situation or evacuation.
  • Any increase in the govt. taxes and state taxes.
  • River Cruise on Brahmaputra.
  • Anything not mentioned under cost included items.

Meghalaya is famous for its hills, lush greenery and its natural beauty. Meghalaya is also famous for its huge orchids. There are many varieties of vegetables, fruits and spices that are found here.

Living in Shillong is best because it boasts of some of the best chilling out spots such as Elephant Falls, Wards Lake, Golf Course, Hyedri Park, Barapani Lake, Laitkor viewpoint, Mawphlang Sacred Grove among others. No such other city in India has so many places to hang out.

Due to low temperatures and humidity, layers of frost develop over the region giving a resemblance of snow, however, snowfall occurrences are not seen in the state of Meghalaya.

The Umroi Airport or Shillong Airport is the city’s official airport which is situated at a distance of about 30 km from central Shillong.

Summer in Tawang – April to June is the summer time in the hills of Tawang and is ideal for sightseeing and exploring the town with April being the best month to visit Tawang.

Snowfall can be witnessed from November till May in Tawang. However, the best time is to visit Tawang is between the last weeks of November and the first weeks of December.

Our packages cover diverse destinations, including Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Nagaland, and more.

Absolutely! Tripoventure provides customizable packages, allowing travelers to tailor their itineraries to specific interests and preferences.

Depending on the time of visit, travelers might experience local festivals like Bihu in Assam, Hornbill Festival in Nagaland, or others, enriching their cultural journey.

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

  • Start Point/End Point Guwahati Airport / Guwahati Rail Station/ Tezpur Airport/ Bagdogra Airport / NJP
  • Duration 9N/10D
  • Accomodation Standard and Deluxe Hotel
  • Transportation Innova
  • Destinations Covered Shillong, Guwahati, Kaziranga National Park,Tawang, Bum la
  • Customization Available as per the Requirement

Please follow & like us

' title=

Featured Trips

Arunachal Pradesh Bike Tour

Arunachal Pradesh Bike Tour

north east tour packages

Dubai Honeymoon Package

Abu Dhabi Tour Package

Dubai with Abu Dhabi Tour

Burj al Arab

Dubai Tour packages

dharamshala to Dalhousie

Dharamshala Dalhousie Tour

We are glad that you preferred to contact us. Please fill our short form and one of our travel expert will contact you back.

Your Message (optional)

What is 11+4?

Travel Itineraries | Luxury Travel | Travel Tips

15 days in North East India | A Travel Guide and Itinerary

15 days in North East India | A Travel Guide and Itinerary

Jack Kerouac in his book On the Road , says, “There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars.” Traversing through majestic mountains and lustrous valleys in the middle of nowhere while admiring the flawless creations of nature seems like an idea, too good to be real for now. But it is wise enough to find respite from mundane schedules by making a virtual tour of destinations in your bucket list and plan for future travel.

north east tour india

North East India is known to be in the bucket list of many discerning travelers. The alluring beauty of nature and rich culture intertwine to make the North East a top pick for many. The eight states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim constitute the North East region in India.

The vas t region with countless idyllic travel destinations requires you to spend months there to be able to explore the region well but in reality, this is not something everyone can possibly do. But setting aside 15 days in a year to head to the rather unexplored part of India is something doable. Hence, I am compiling this 15-Day Travel Itinerary comprising of 3 states in the North East – Assam, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh.

If you are someone who had always wished to wander through the winding roads in the North East and jump into the pools of hidden waterfalls but never found a perfect itinerary to make the best out of your available time, this itinerary is for you. Go ahead to read and plan your next trip to the North East.

How to reach Shillong?

Where to stay in shillong, where to eat in shillong, how to reach cherrapunjee, where to stay in cherrapunjee, nohkalikai falls, mawsmai caves, arwah caves, how to reach nongriat, where to stay in tyrna, how to reach tezpur, tezpur to kaziranga, where to stay in kaziranga, how to book a jeep safari, where to stay in tezpur, how to reach dirang, where to stay in dirang, dirang dzong, dirang monastery, explore dirang on foot, how to reach tawang, where to stay in tawang, things to do in tawang, how to reach bomdila, where to stay in bomdila, things to do in bomdila, how to reach guwahati, where to stay in guwahati.

Day 14 : Explore Guwahati

Day 15 : Fly out from Guwahati

North East Itinerary – In brief

Tips to remember while planning the trip, share this:.

A detailed 15-day Travel Itinerary for North East

Day 1 : Guwahati to Shillong

To start your journey in the North East, you’d have to fly to Guwahati in Assam, which serves as the base for almost all routes.

  • Hire a vehicle from Guwahati Airport or Guwahati Railway Station to Shillong. It would ideally cost you about INR 2000 for a drop off at Police Bazar, Shillong or your Hotel.
  • You can also hop onto a shared sumo/taxi from the airport or railway station which would cost about INR 300. If you do not find shared vehicles there, you can head to Paltan Bazar in Guwahati from where you’d easily find shared vehicles for Shillong.
  • You will also find buses for Shillong from ISBT, Beltola in Guwahati.
  • The journey is approximately 3 hours long.

Backpacker’s Hostel : Silver Brook

Home-stays : Mid Pine Homestay

Hotels : Windermere Inn | Hotel Polo Towers | Rockski Boutique Bed and Breakfast | The Loft Executive Inn

Dylan’s Cafe | ML 05 Cafe | Cafe Shillong

Tango Restobar and Lounge | Deja Vu |  The Evening Club

north east tour india

If you manage to reach Shillong by afternoon, you can easily take a short tour of the city. Hire a local cab to visit Elephant Falls and Shillong Peak, which are within 15 kms distance from the central part of the city. Ward’s Lake is right in the heart of the city and you may stop by to spend some quiet time by the lake.

north east tour india

In the evening, take a stroll in the Police Bazar area and check out the amazing cafes and restaurants in the area.

Day 2 : Shillong to Cherrapunjee

  • Private cabs can be booked from the main market area, known as Police Bazar.
  • There are shared vehicles available too which are available from Bara Bazar Area . Usually these are Tata Sumos or Altos that ply between Shillong and Cherrapunjee. Cherrapunjee and Sohra are the same places. Do not get confused if the taxi drivers are calling out for passengers for Sohra.
  • It takes about 2 hours to travel the distance of 52 kms.

Homestays : Goshen Homestay | Aisha Guest House | Shalom Guest House  

Hotels : Coniferous Resort | Polo Orchid Resort | Sulawado Resort

Things to do in Cherrapunjee

Make sure you start early from Shillong so that you may reach Cherrapunjee by first half of the day. You may hire a local cab to take you around the famous spots in Cherrapunjee. Here’s a list of things you can do at Cherrapunjee:

Visit the tallest plunge waterfall in India, Nohkalikai Falls , which has a height of 350 metres. There is an entry gate from where you can reach the mouth of the waterfall by following the trail. The view point of the waterfall is about 4-8 kms from Cherrapunjee, depending on where you start your journey from.

north east tour india

Take a tour of Mawsmai Caves , located about 6 kms away from Cherrapunjee. The cave is made of limestone and is home to unique flora and fauna. Once you enter the cave, you are only allowed to walk up till 150 metres inside the cave and the rest of the cave is not open for visitors.

Arwah Caves is a hidden gem in Cherrapunjee. This cave does not have well demarcated trails and thus, it is advisable to take a guide along with you. You need to take a detour from the main road and cover a muddy patch of road to reach Arwah Cave. Before you reach the entrance of the cave, you’d find a beautiful bridge. You would spot limestones and fossils inside the cave. A visit to Arwah Cave would be an adventurous activity. But considering the fact that you only have one day to visit all these places, you might have to pick one between Mawsmai and Arwah Caves as they are located in the extreme opposite locations outside Cherrapunjee.

Day 3 : Cherrapunjee – Tyrna – Nongriat – Tyrna

Start your day early as you have to trek the most talked about Living Root bridge of Meghalaya in Nongriat on this day. 

  • Take a private taxi from Cherrapunjee to drop you at Tyrna , the starting point of the trek.
  • It would cost you about INR 500 or a little more for this distance.
  • From Tyrna Village , your downward hike for Nongriat starts .
  • It is advisable to take a porter if you have a heavy rucksack. A porter would charge INR 500 a day.
  • It usually takes about 2 hours for the downward hike. But you may finish the hike faster depending on your speed.

After crossing many suspension bridges and root bridges along the forest trail, you’d reach one of the major highlights of Meghalaya, the Double Decker Living Root Bridge. Only when you see the marvelous creation, you’d know how beautiful and powerful nature can be, if utilised well. Sit by the natural pool and soak in all the energy of the forest.

north east tour india

You can also ask your guide to take you to the Rainbow Waterfall , located a short hike away from Nongriat village. There are also a number of gorgeous natural pools which are untraceable and only known by the locals. If time permits, pay a visit to these naturals pools to make your day even more exciting.

By afternoon, start your upward hike back to Tyrna. The upward hike may take a longer time. Reach back to the starting point and stay at Tyrna, to get an experience of the rural side of Meghalaya.

Delight Homestay | Royal View Resort

Day 4 : Tyrna to Shillong

On the fourth day of your trip, head back to Shillong and spend a day in the Scotland of the East.

  • Travel to Cherrapunjee from Tyrna in a reserved cab , following the same route.
  • From Cherrapunjee, you can hire a vehicle for Shillong or take a shared vehicle .

Upon reaching Shillong, spend the day to explore the famous spots of the city if you had missed them on the day of your arrival. 

Day 5 : Shillong – Tezpur – Kaziranga

This will be a long day on the roads as you head back to Assam from Shillong. To proceed with your journey to the North East, you’d need to head to Tezpur in Assam from where you will further head to Kaziranga National Park.

  • The first and the most comfortable way to travel to Tezpur from Assam is to reserve a vehicle. But it will cost you a whopping INR 5000-6000. If you are traveling in a group and would not want to compromise on comfort, you may choose this option.
  • There are bus services between these two places. The buses would take about 7 hours to cover the distance and the schedule can be checked and tickets can be booked on the Assam State Transport Corporation ‘s website .

Tezpur to Kaziranga is a 40 kms journey that takes about 1.5 hours. It’s best that you move to Kaziranga from Tezpur and spend the night there because the safaris start very early in the morning. You need to spend a night in a nearby homestay or resort in order to make it to the morning safaris, which are most preferred. Staying in a cottage or homestay in Kaziranga will also give you a taste of the Assamese culture and daily life.

  • You will find Assam State Transport Corporation Buses from Tezpur to go to Kaziranga. 
  • You can also reserve a cab to drop you off till your accommodation this being a short distance. It will make your travel easier.

You can put up in the cottages that are run by the Kaziranga National Park. But do note that they are more on the expensive side for solo travellers. Works fine if you are in a group.

You can also opt to stay in a cottage near the National Park, which are more budget friendly. Some options are listed here:

Dhanshree Resort |   Kaziranga Florican Lodge | Kaziranga Resort

End the day and get some good sleep as you reach your destination as the day starts very early the next day.

Day 6 : Excursion to Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park, well known across the country for being home to the one-horned rhino is one of the Best National Parks of India. Not only the one-horned rhino, but you can also spot Royal Bengal tigers, swamp deer, wild water buffaloes and Asian elephants in this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Spread over 430 square kilometers, Kaziranga National Park houses unique flora and fauna. 

north east tour india

There are two ways you can take a tour around in this place. The first is an Elephant Safari and the other is a Jeep Safari. An Elephant Safari starts as early as 5:30am in the morning and you need to book them a day prior to when you want to go for the safari. The slots for Indians are way too less than the number of slots reserved for foreigners. Also, not many people personally prefer Elephant Safaris on grounds of morality. But even if you want to, you may not get a chance at this because of the one day prior booking policy.

The best way to explore the Kaziranga National Park is to opt for a Jeep Safari which has many slots, even in the afternoons. Please note that Kaziranga National Park is only open during the months of November to April so plan your travel accordingly  if you don’t want to be disappointed at the last moment.

  • The tickets can be booked from the counter on the same day on first come first served basis.
  • The Safaris are about 2 hours long. You can check the schedule of the Jeep Safaris beforehand.
  • You cannot book a seat but will have to book the entire Jeep and pay an extra amount for cameras. If you are traveling solo, the best is to wait and join another group and split the cost.
  • An entire Safari costs between INR 1550-2750. There are different price ranges for different circuits. For cameras, you need to pay INR 100 extra per camera; INR 200 for foreigners.
  • From your stay, you will need a vehicle to drop you at the starting point of the Safari. You can ask your hosts to arrange for this and they’d be glad to help you out.

If you take a morning safari, you will have ample time to head to the Kaziranga National Orchid and Biodiversity Park . The biggest Orchid park in the North East belt in India, this park hosts 500 varieties of wild orchids, 132 species of fruits and vegetables, various species of bamboo, cane and other plants.

After a tour of the Orchid park, you can head back to Tezpur from Kaziranga and spend the night in Tezpur.

Homestays :  The Bhowmick’s Bungalow  

Hotels : Hotel Gateway Tezpur | Hotel Palazzo Prime | Dayal Residency  

Day 7 : Tezpur to Dirang

Dirang is a picture perfect town in West Kameng District in Arunachal Pradesh, often chosen as a transit point by traveler. Dirang is quite unexplored till this point of time probably because its counterpart, Bomdila is known more in the travellers circuit. Surrounded by tall mountains, beautiful monasteries and crystal clear river waters, a stop at Dirang would be the best way to start your trip to Arunachal Pradesh.

  • There won’t be shared cabs specifically  meant for Dirang but you can hop onto one going to Tawang and get down at Dirang.
  • Shared Sumos are found at ASTC bus stand in Tezpur and they leave around 6am. Check for the Tata Sumo Counter for Tawang as you reach there. Make sure you reach well ahead of time to find yourself the best seats, else you will end up stuck at the last row with no legroom for this long journey.
  • The shared Sumo fair for Tawang from Tezpur is usually INR 750 per person . Dirang would cost you lesser than that. But post pandemic, the costs are expected to go higher.
  • A reserved vehicle from Tezpur to Dirang would cost somewhere around INR 8000 . If you are in a group, you may opt for this as you won’t be compromising on comfort.
  • The distance is about 200 kms and it takes around 6 hours to cover.

J L Homestay | Pemaling Lords Inn Homestay | Tenzing Dolma Homestay | Keeduk Inn

After having completed a long and bumpy ride, take rest in your hotel/homestay.

Day 8 : Explore Dirang

Even though Dirang has gained popularity only among travelers only in the recent years, there is a lot to explore in this quaint village. One day is never enough to explore the place to the fullest. Still, something is better than nothing so you can utilise the day to the fullest and go around and breathe the fresh air of this surreal destination, your first stop in Arunachal Pradesh.

Things to do in Dirang

Visit Dirang Dzong located on the banks of Dirang Chu (river), an outstanding remnant of the rich cultural history of Arunachal Pradesh. It is a small village with a few houses that are more than 500 years old. Dirang Dzong also has a prison which dates back to 9th century. Walk through the houses and alleys and interact with the locals to know more about the ancient architecture, traditions, art and culture. It is located about 3-4 kms from the main town of Dirang. You can take a local cab but the distance is walkable if you are comfortable walking.

Originally known as the Thupsung Dhargye monastery, Dirang Monastery is a rather new monastery and recently renovated. The monastery is surrounded by manicured gardens and the view from here is serene. Spend an hour at this place to experience tranquility. It is located right in the heart of Dirang.

There is no better way to explore a place than to explore the place on foot. Walk around the town, the river banks and drink tea with the locals. You will know a lot more about the history and culture than what the internet tells you about a place.

Day 9 : Dirang to Tawang

  • The shared sumos start very early in the morning. Talk to your hotel/homestay management to find out if you can book a seat the previous way. There is no straightjacket formula to traveling in public transports in the North East.
  • The shared sumos would cost around INR 450 from Dirang to Tawang and travel time would be around 6 hours. 
  • You can also join other groups if they are booking a private vehicle and share the expenses.
  • Ask the driver to stop at Sela Lake for tea. That way you get a glimpse of the splendid Sela Lake.

north east tour india

Dondrub Homestay | Hotel Tawang Heights | Hotel The Oak | Hotel Tawang Centre Point

Spend the evening strolling around the town of Tawang or head to Dharma Coffee House for a cup of hot chocolate.

Day 10 : Explore Tawang

To explore the various places in Tawang, the only option is to book a local cab for sightseeing. If you are traveling solo, you would probably have to join another group. But there is no issue if you are in a group. In the local taxi stand, you will find local drivers who conduct these Bum La Pass, Sangetsar Lake, P T Tso Lake sightseeing trips. You will need a permit from the Office of the Deputy Commissioner in Tawang District to visit Bum La Pass . But not to worry, the driver can arrange that for you easily. Make sure you make this arrangement right on the day you arrive. A full day trip will cost you between INR 5000-6000.

north east tour india

  • Visit the Tawang Monastery , the largest monastery in India and the second largest in the world. Situated at a height of 3000 metres, this three stories monastery is postcard perfect and one of the main highlights of your trip to Tawang.
  • Visit the historically significant Urgeling Gompa , the birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama.
  • Head to Tawang War Memorial , which commemorates the martyrdom of 2140 Indian soldiers of the Indo-China War.
  • Explore the popular Bumla pass , located at an altitude of 4633 meters in  the Indo-China border.
  • Stop by Sangetsar Lake,  more famously known as Madhuri Lake after a Bollywood movie starring Madhuri Dixit was shot here. A walk around the lake will be enough to refresh your mind and soul.
  • Visit the P T Tso Lake , another famous spot in this circuit. With crystal clear waters and mountains on all sides, you will find this lake a rejuvenating escape.

Head back to your hotel/homestay and rest in the evening.

Day 11 : Tawang to Bomdila

This day holds a long journey for you. The shares Sumos for Bomdila leave very early in the morning and hence, you’d have to be prepared to leave early. 

  • Hop onto a shared Sumo from Tawang.
  • It takes between 7-8 hours to cover this leg of the journey, depending on the conditions of the road.
  • The fare for a seat in a shared vehicle is around INR 600.
  • Reserved Vehicles would cost about INR 10000 (Xylo/Innova).

Holiday Hills | Hotel Tashi Den | Doe-Gu-Khil Guest House

Spend the day rest of the evening strolling around the streets of Bomdila or stay back at your hotel/homestay.

Day 12 : Explore Bomdila

Bomdila is another transit point apart from Dirang, between Tezpur and Tawang. Bomdila is known more and opted by the travelers because of its easy accessibility with other places. Situated amidst lofty mountains and home to beautiful monasteries, Bomdila truly deserves the attention of the travelers. There are many things you can do in this quaint town. Some of the places of interest are listed here.

  • Head to the highest view point of Bomdila, RR Hill to witness a unparalelled views of Bhutan and Tibet.
  • Visit the gorgeously built Bomdila Monastery . Built in 1965, this monastery is divided into three segments, the Upper Gompa, the Middle Gompa and the Lower Gompa. The Upper Gompa is situated on a steep mountain slope and is the biggest among the three.
  • Hire a vehicle and head to Eagle’s Nest Sanctuary, located 20 kms outside the town. It is a great spot for bird watchers.
  • Head to the apple orchards of Bomdila and pack some apples for your journey backwards.

north east tour india

Day 13 : Bomdila – Tezpur – Guwahati

  • There are two possible ways to reach Guwahati.
  • You will find direct buses that go to Guwahati but they are extremely long and tiring. A 15 hours of journey through the bumpy roads would be no less than a pain. But you may still opt for this if you are used to traveling in buses.
  • The alternative option is to break the journey at Tezpur . First take a Shared Jeep to Tezpur that’d cost you INR 350 . From Tezpur, you may either take another Sumo or get onto an ASTC bus towards Guwahati. Take a seat in the front of the bus and it will be quite a comfortable journey.


Bomdila to Tezpur – 4.5 hours

Tezpur to Guwahati – 4.5 hours

(It is always best to keep some buffer time and not having anything booked in advance)

Backpackers Hostels : Gibbon Backpackers Hostel | Cupidtrail Backpacker’s Penthouse  

Mid-Ranged Stays : Magnolia Inn | The Riverside Lodge | Hotel The Kalyaniz

Luxury Stays : Vivanta Guwahati | Radisson Blu Guwahat i | Novotel Guwahati

After a long day of travel, retreat to sleep early as you approach the last day of your trip.

Though the itinerary starts from Guwahati, you technically do not get to spend a day in Guwahati, often considered a gateway and junction to travel to all other destinations in the North East region. It is thus advisable to dedicate a leisurely day to explore the city at your own pace. There would be no checklists to follow or rush to visit all possible points. Just take a walk, spend the afternoon at a cafe or engage in some shopping at Fancy Bazaar or The Maati Centre .

north east tour india

But if you are still keen on visiting some popular spots in the city, you may head to Assam State Museum or stargaze at Guwahati Planetarium.

If you want to add on a few extra days to the itinerary and explore some more places in Assam, you must check these 6 jaw-dropping locations in Assam that should be on your list.

Fly out or take a train back from Guwahati with bag full of memories.

Day 3 : Cherrpunjee – Tyrna – Nongriat – Tyrna

Day 4 : Tyrna – Cherrapunjee – Shillong

Day 6 : Excursion at Kaziranga National Park – Transfer to Tezpur

Day 13 : Bomdila -Tezpur – Guwahati

  • It is best to travel in the months of November to early December or March-April . The itinerary covers high altitude destinations like Tawang and you would not want to get stuck due to excessive snowfall during winter months or landslides in monsoon.
  • Traveling to Arunachal Pradesh requires an Inner Line Permit which maybe applied online and obtained beforehand. The fee is INR 100 for Indians and is valid for 30 days.
  • You will be on the roads on almost every day of the trip. It is advisable to carry water bottle and dry fruits so that you can stay hydrated and have something to munch on.
  • Please avoid carrying snacks in plastic packs . Most of these locations are in remote places and they do not have a recycling system. If at all you produce plastic waste, carry them till Guwahati and dispose them at Guwahati .
  • Always keep some buffer time when you travel in public transports . You never know what unforeseen circumstances may arrive.
  • Reach the booking counters well before time so that you may find the front seats in the Tata Sumos . If possible, book both the seats so that you can travel comfortably.
  • Respect the culture of the locals and thank them for every service.

Also, check these articles if you want to travel further to other places in the North East:

  • 5 Offbeat Destinations in Meghalaya
  • A 10-Day Travel Itinerary to experience Community Tourism in Sikkim
  • 7 Day Arunachal Pradesh Itinerary
  • A Comprehensive Travel Guide for Nepal
  • A Guide for spending 2 days in Pokhara
  • A 7-Day Travel Itinerary for Bhutan
  • Thimpu City Guide
  • 10 Offbeat Himalayan Destinations in West Bengal
  • 7 Day Meghalaya Travel Itinerary

North East Travel Guide

Also, if you like reading the content I create and curate, I will be really thankful if you could take a moment to


Also, if you’re on Facebook, I would love to have you as a part of 

the Eat Travel Live Repeat Travel Community

Subscribe via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to theETLRblog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Email Address

Michelle Tirkey

Hailing from the foothill town of Siliguri, Michelle takes keen interest in storytelling, through words and photographs. Having a home so close to the mountains is what she considers a gift. A law student and freelance content writer at present, she often takes time out to travel to the mountains and pen down her experiences. She believes in giving back to the community through volunteering in local projects and strongly supports community tourism.

Leave a Reply Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Sign me up for the newsletter!

Notify me of follow-up comments by email.

Notify me of new posts by email.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed .

  • Kale by

Privacy Overview

North by Northeast Journeys

North by Northeast Journeys

Discover the other india.

Active, Interactive, Authentic Holidays in Northeast India

North by Northeast Journeys

Active, Interactive and Authentic Tours of Northeast India

Active adventure.


Our Active Adventure tours in northeast India are for the avid as well as novice, be it relaxed or a real test of determination and endurance.



These 8 states lying in the Indo-Burmese and the Himalayan Bio-diversity hotspots are also home to over 150 unique and distinct ethinic groups.



Holidays that take you away from the maddening crowds, kick off your shoes, destress and enjoy the serenity while we take care of the rest.

Some of our upcoming Departures


21-27 Jan' 2024


A roadtrip in eastern arunachal pradesh chasing india's first sunrise.


5 - 14 April 2024


Cycling in western arunachal pradesh.


09 - 16 March 2024


Watershed of the brahmaputra.

Multi-River Adventure in Arunachal Pradesh

23 - 28 March, 2024

Multi-River Adventure in Arunachal Pradesh

Birth of the brahmaputra.


17 - 22 Feb' 2024


Walks in the clouds.


2 - 10 Feb 2024


Vijaynagar, the last village of india..

Northeast India Man on stilts

Welcome to India's far East

Over the years, we have actively worked towards facilitating experiential travel which is Active, Interactive and Authentic in its truest form. Our tours of Northeast India include Cycling, Treks & Walks, Motorcycle & Overland, Multi-Activity, Family Adventures, Wildlife, Culture and Youth travel , all of which have local history, culture, interactions and the environment as their centerpiece.

The region at a glance

This little known corner of the Indian Subcontinent sharing international borders with Bhutan, Tibet, China, Myanmar and Bangladesh is connected to mainland India by a small sliver of land in the state of West Bengal popularly known as the Chickens neck. Consisting of Eight states this region is formed like a gigantic basin with the Brahmaputra and Barak valleys taking center stage.The northern border with Tibet and China is barricaded by the giant east Himalayan landmass, in the east the densely forested Patkai bum and Naga Patkai ranges bordering Burma take over running south all the way to Chaifil Tlang and Uiphum Tlang ranges in Mizoram (which further runs off east to the Chin hills and Arakan Yoma of Burma).In the south the Jaintia, Khasi and Garo Hills of Meghalaya bordering the rich plains of Bangladesh completes the formation.This region is incidentally the closest that the Himalayan mountain range gets to the coast. This geographical factor added to the fact that this region also receives some of the highest rainfall in the planet has resulted in the one of the greatest diversity in flora and fauna and hence also a diverse mix of people.

The Region

Perhaps the same reason that makes this region so rich in its natural diversity also makes it the most Ethnic, Linguistic and Cultural diverse region in the Indian sub-continent. For example, the state of Arunachal Pradesh itself has over 26 major tribes with over 100 sub-tribes and clans speaking some 50 odd dialects. These tribes provide a cultural bridge between India and south East Asia, China, Inner Asia and Burma by ethnic and linguistic angles, as most of these tribes migrated here from the North and the East over the centuries.These eight states in themselves constitute a single linguistic region with about 220 languages in three different language groups (Indo-Aryan, Sino-Tibetan and Austric).The earliest recorded history can be traced back only to the Ahom kings (16thAD) who ruled the Brahmaputra valley. Unlike the rest of India, majority here bear Mongoloid features.

The People

The Environment

This region has a predominantly humid sub-tropical climate with hot, humid summers, severe monsoons and fairly mild winters. Along with the west coast of India, it has some of the Indian sub-continent’s last remaining rain forests which support’s diverse flora and fauna and several endemic species. It has been pooled under the Eastern Himalayan and the Indo-Burmese Biodiversity hot spots. The close proximity of the High Himalayas to the coast has created a compact stretch of land with a multitude of vegetation. If we take a closer look, we see that the Ecology of the region varies from Alpine Tundra in the northern regions to Tropical and Sub tropica Rainforests in the lower areas. The central river valleys support Grasslands and large wetland areas. This variety in Eco-systems has created a heaven for bio-diversity. This region also boasts of the highest density of protected Wildlife Reserves in the country. Kaziranga, Manas, Nameri and Namdapha National Parks are some of the better known ones. It also has some of the highest densities of Tigers, Elephants and the Great one horned Rhinoceros, the only ape species found in India and the only Wildlife parks to have 5 felines’ species

The Environment



An unconventional choice for a honeymoon but one of the best choices we have ever made! We were attracted to Arunachal Pradesh because of the adventure of visiting somewhere untouched, we were attracted by the wildlife tribes. Vasanth, Roheen and the team were the perfect hosts efficient at sorting the permits and when we arrived were immediately invited into their friends homes and hearing stories of tribal life this set the scene for the trip, it was like travelling with friends! With their network and expert knowledge of the area, we trusted their judgement and were delighted by the cycling routes (great mixture of terrain and scenery); the hikes arriving at Glow Lake was one of the most special moments, we have never found somewhere so remote, wild and beautiful before or since. We would highly highly recommend an adventure with North by North East for anyone looking for wilderness, beautiful scenery and immersion into a completely unique way of life with the energy and fun of cycling, hiking and most of travelling with a great, knowledgable and local team.

Felicity & Ben

Multi-Activity Tour of Eastern Arunachal Pradesh


In a few words, these are the people you can trust. They know the area, they know the local people, they love the outdoors! My kind of people. You’re guaranteed to have good time and being well taken care of!

Ronny Webber

Cycle Tour of the Mishmi Hills


If you want to explore the far Northeast of India and getclose to the extremely diverse culture and nature, theseguys will take you there. Carrying the spirit of adventurein their heart, Roheen and his team offer a selection of highly attractive cycle and multi-sport escapes to the farthest points in Arunachal Pradesh – places where it’s very difficult for individually travelling tourists to reach. We did the Eastern Arunachal Pradesh Multi Activity Tour in one week (four days cycling, two days hiking) and were guided by Iho, one of the NbNE guides, who was an extremely supportive, attentive, and capable leader. We are relatively experienced travellers, used to go on our own, and were hesitant at first to follow an organised trip. But we realised that we would hardly have been able to get to the places we visited, let alone to cycle there (considering also the hassle with logistics). Parts of the tour were off motorable roads, crossing a river without a bridge and small villages in areas where it is hard to stock up on food, and we hiked through thick jungle where you have to go with a guide anyways. Accomodation was basic but having someone preparing delicious food for us even in the jungle was a great luxury that we enjoyed a lot. Don’t expect much more luxury, though. It’s all simple, but real. The places in Arunachal Pradesh are definitely off the beaten track. This makes encounters with local tribes people all the more authentic. The great service NbNE offers, is to take you there.

Nora & Ben

Multi-Activity Tour


One of the best in the business in north east, me and my friends from Dubai have done 2 motor bike rides ( Bhutan & Arunachal ) with them and we had best of the experience with Roheen -with his passion for what he does and his great bunch of colleges/ friends Vasanth, Manjeet, Lekha ,Anjite…great bunch of guys! Try them and Iam sure you will get addicted to them and for what they do. Thank you Roheen and team we shall ride with you guys very soon! All the very best!!

Prasad Chinappa

Motorcycle Tours (Bhutan & Arunachal Pradesh)


I had a great biking trip with Roheen and the entire north by north east team and could rate this by far one of my best experiences , what I like about Roheen Is that he takes his job very seriously and goes all out to make sure that we have had the best of experiences and he left no stone unturned to make us comfortable throughout our stay,whether it’s in the wilderness or accommodating us in some hotels or home stays , He has amazing knowledge about the places around and will make sure that each one of u had the best time of ur life , My memories of this trip are etched for ever and I thank the entire North by North east team for all the effort they put in , we took back not just a great experience of biking but much more than that and that is only possible if some one takes their job to heart and put it all they have to make it a memorable one . Cheers N x NE u guys rock

Zubair Ahmed

Motorcycle Tour of Arunachal Pradesh & Meghalaya


Many thanks again ! It was a wonderful trip made special by the tireless effort of your team. I wish you all the success. I am sure you will do well in the times to come. Please thank the team, they really extended themselves to ensure our comfort and safety. Good luck.

Vinay Parikh

Watershed of the Brahmaputra cycle tour

north east tour india

  • +91-9310109466

North East India

Home / India / North East India

North East India includes Sikkim and seven states, which are referred to as the ‘Seven Sisters.’ All these seven states, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur, Assam, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh along with Sikkim – are blessed with natural wonders, ethnic tribal groups and distinct historical references. There is no dearth of places in North East India for spending some refreshing holidays with your dear ones. Starting from exploring secret waterfalls and living root bridges in Meghalaya, verdant forests in Arunachal Pradesh, exotic one-horned rhinoceros in Assam, the largest freshwater lake in Manipur and colourful handloom industry in Mizoram to historical village walks in Nagaland, the largest lake palace in Tripura and the glowing high-altitude lakes in Sikkim – your North East India Tour will be full of unforgettable and cherishable memories which you will keep remembering for life. Bon Travel India offers some of the best North East Tour Packages at affordable prices that include sightseeing trips to all of these mentioned places to explore. Browse the following section to know the details.

North East India Tour

Don’t wait any longer. Contact us!

north east tour india

One of the India’s leading startup Bon Travel India specializes in offering the best holiday packages and tour services in India & Worldwide.

Noida - INDIA

Our Services

  • Holiday Packages
  • Hotel Booking
  • Air Ticketing
  • Visa Assistance
  • Wildlife Tours
  • Beaches Tours
  • Trekking Tours
  • Pilgrimage Tours
  • Hill Stations Tours
  • Weekend Tours

Get Updates & More

Subscribe to the free newsletter and stay up to date

  • Privacy Policy
  • Term & Conditions

north east tour india


Highlights of the Seven Sisters: why Northeast India is the place to travel right now

Oct 10, 2019 • 9 min read

north east tour india

Of the countless pictures you’ve seen and travel tales you’ve heard of India , it’s unlikely many – if any – focused on its remote Northeast States . This triangular-shaped piece of land is wedged between China, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Myanmar, and consists of seven states, known collectively as the Seven Sisters. Long neglected by even the most intrepid of travellers because of their notoriously troubled past, the Sisters have slowly come of age, and may soon grow into India’s most sought-after travel destination.

A fisherman, carrying a large net over his shoulder, wades into a river in Assam, with the low sun bathing the scene in an orange hue

Home to a kaleidoscope of cultures, religions and ethnicities, the region has endured a turbulent history (think tribal warfare, independence struggles and cross-border smuggling). However, much of the outright conflict has subsided – apart from the occasional peaceful protest – and, as a result, the Indian Government has recently relaxed most of the travel restrictions and permit requirements for foreigners, meaning the region’s pristine nature, diverse landscapes and unique tribal cultures are open to the world for the first time.

From Himalayan monasteries to rhino-filled national parks, here are seven of the highlights of India’s Northeast – just make sure you see them before everyone else does.

Aerial view of Loktak Lake, showing its green islands of vegetation which float on the lake's surface. The lake is backed by mountains in the distance.

Loktak Lake, Manipur

Manipur was considered the most dangerous of the seven states as its fierce independence movement and forested hills favoured by smugglers prolonged the region’s instability. However, the locals will repeatedly assure you those days are long gone, and foreigners are welcomed with eager hospitality.

Loktak Lake, one of the largest inland bodies of water in India, is one of the most memorable highlights of the Northeast States. Just an hour from Manipur’s capital, Imphal, the landform is known as the ‘floating lake’ due to the presence of phumdis , large masses of vegetation that float on the lake’s surface. One of these buoyant islands is so big it’s been granted national park status, set up to protect the endangered sangai deer, which at one time was thought to be extinct. The park has a couple of viewing platforms where rangers will help you locate the deer through binoculars. Alternatively, it’s possible to spend time out on the water in wooden boats with local fishermen (many of whom live on the phumdis), who can provide insights into traditional fishing methods and details about the lake’s 100 species of birds.

It’s possible to stay in a village homestay on the lake run by the local ecotourism committee. Alternatively, there are also accommodation options in Moirang, the largest nearby town.

The top of a mountain is filled with countless white buildings with gold roofs, all part of the Tawang monastery.

Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh is the last frontier and eastern most state of India, sharing borders with Tibet, Bhutan and Myanmar. It’s the most precarious of the Seven Sisters, due to the heavily militarised nature of the area and the ongoing border dispute between China and India. For this reason, it’s one of only two states in the region – the other being Sikkim – where a Protected Area Permit is still required for foreigners. However, it can be easily arranged in Guwahati or Kolkata from government offices.

Arunachal is characterised by an impressive mountainous region that rises to the Greater Himalayas. Tucked inside these snow-capped peaks between Bhutan and Tibet , is the town of Tawang. This little-visited spot is home to the second largest Buddhist monastery in the world, spectacularly set on the edge of a slope at 3000m elevation. The monastery dates back to around the mid-17th century and is where the sixth Dalai Lama was born. It’s now home to around 300 monks and a treasure trove of Tibetan Buddhist relics, including rare manuscripts and thangka cotton paintings.

The real highlight, aside from the incredible scenery surrounding the monastery, is to spend time mulling around the peaceful, white-washed grounds, which are most atmospheric at sunrise when the monks perform their morning prayers, or puja , to the sound of beating drums.

A group of people from Assam perform a traditional dance show wearing colourful masks and outfits resembling Hindu deities.

Majuli Island, Assam

Assam is the largest state in the region and perhaps the most well-known thanks to its production of its namesake tea. It’s lesser-known tourism marvel is Majuli, the world’s largest river island marooned in the mighty Brahmaputra River.

The island is home to some of the most important temples and satras (cultural centres) of the neo-Vaishnavite sect of Hinduism, which is native to Assam. More than just complexes for prayer, they are also used for traditional performing arts that includes elaborate and colourful masks which are handmade on the island. Majuli once had 65 of these satras, however, due to the slow erosion and seasonal flooding of the Brahmaputra River, the number has been reduced to just 22.

The large landmass is also home to the Mishing tribe, an indigenous community with roots in Mongolia who migrated to India in the 16th century. Their houses sitting high on stilts are traditionally made from bamboo and thatch, almost blending into the thick vegetation found on rural parts of the island. The community are extremely affable – don’t be surprised to find yourself being invited into a stilt-house for tea.

Profile shot of a former headhunter from the Konyak tribe in Nagaland. The man's face is darkened by tattoo ink and he has two large black tusks piercing either ear.

Konyak villages, Nagaland

The Seven Sisters are often referred to as tribal states, and, in this context, Nagaland is the region’s poster child. The Nagas is the collective term for around 20 tribes, but each has its own traditions and customs and occupies a different area of land. The largest of these tribes is the Konyaks, mostly situated in the north of the state, around the town of Mon.

The Konyaks are unique for their headhunting traditions. Not so long ago, territorial disputes in the area that is now the India-Myanmar border culminated in the practice of decapitating enemies and displaying their heads as trophies on door frames. These ruthless days are a thing of the past, but remnants of this time endure, most notably in the form of body art; ex-warriors – now in their twilight years – can still be distinguished by their tattooed faces and chests, a decorative practice used to honour their achievements in battle.

Although there are a couple of hotels in Mon where you can base yourself for village visits, a more immersive experience is to opt for a homestay with a Konyak family. The village of Longwa has a number of such accommodation options available, with hosts often doubling as guides. Staying in the village itself not only gives you more of a chance to meet some of the former headhunters, but also provides a window into everyday village life, as well as the opportunity to sample some memorable home-cooked meals, like smoked beef heart served with local red rice. 

The Neermahal palace complex: the palace is on a small island, and, in this shot, almost appears to be floating on the water. The large complex is made from sandstone and marble, with two big white domes visible.

Neermahal, Tripura

One of the smallest and least visited states in the country, Tripura is bordered on three sides by Bangladesh and to the north with Assam. Though it remains a relatively isolated state, it is connected to the country’s national railway network – a rare feature in the Northeast States. 

The state’s most picturesque attraction is Neermahal , which literally translates to water palace. The former royal fortress was built in the 1930s in the middle of the lake by the Maharaja of Tripura and is considered a unique blend of Muslim and Hindu architectural design. To reach it you need to take a wooden boat from the small dock, which is walking distance from the town of Melaghar.

The palace appears like something you might find on the opposite side of the country in Rajasthan , except the pure joy of visiting Neermahal is that you will likely have the place all to yourself. Although the rooms are mostly empty now, you are free to roam around the complex and admire the view of the lake from various vantage points. The palace is particularly striking at sunset, when the marble domes are splashed in a golden hue.

An aerial view of the city of Gangtok in Sikkim, which is located on a hilltop and surrounded by verdant forest.

Gangtok, Sikkim

Sikkim is a former mountain kingdom, bordered by Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal , and features some of India’s most impressive mountains vistas and trekking opportunities. It’s the least populated state in the country and one-third of its area is covered by the Kanchenjunga National Park to the north.

And for all this natural splendour, it is Sikkim’s urban charms that steals the show. The state’s capital, Gangtok , is one of India’s most laid-back cities and is a joy to explore. The majority of the population have origins in Nepal and Tibet, and you will find typical Himalayan delights such as momos (dumplings), thukpa (noodle soup), yak wool shawls and thangka paintings in the open-air market in the city centre. You can explore Gangtok’s Buddhist culture further by visiting some of the city’s nearby monasteries such as Rumtek, which is the largest in Sikkim.

The state is extremely mountainous and the sprawl of Gangtok laps against the slopes of the surrounding hills. There are a few lookout points around town, the best of which is considered to be Tashi Viewpoint, where you can gaze at the impressive mountain backdrop of the city which, on a clear day, extends all the way to Kanchenjunga, the world’s third-highest mountain.

A rhino grazes on grassland in Kaziranga National Park. In the background a lake and forest is visible.

Kaziranga National Park, Assam

The Seven Sisters are known for their vast natural landscapes, and the forest and floodplains of the Karizanga National Park are considered – remarkably – to be one of the last areas on the Indian subcontinent that is undisturbed by human settlement. Its place as a wildlife haven has been recognised for over a century, which has allowed tigers, elephants and one-horned rhinoceroses to flourish amongst the wetlands of the Brahmaputra River. It’s home to two-thirds of the world’s population of rhinos and sighting them grazing in the grass is highly likely, even on a short visit.

As with the more famed national parks in India, a jeep safari is the most common way to explore the park. The reserve is divided into five sections, with the well-maintained tracks of Kohora being the most popular and busy. Agoratoli is perhaps the best alternative, with much less traffic while retaining a high chance of animal sightings.

Some of the most famous photos of the park are of tourists on elephant-back safaris. Although the creatures are reputedly well cared for by rangers, in the interest of animal welfare it is highly recommended to explore the park on four wheels instead. There are numerous lodges ranging from high end resorts to budget camps on the outskirts of the park, which can arrange half-day safaris from their doorstep.

A single road winds its way up a steep mountain in Sikkim. With more mountains visible in the distance.

Getting around

The remoteness and somewhat isolation of the Northeast region of India does pose certain barriers to those wishing to explore its far corners. Tourist and transport infrastructure is fairly limited and often, not in great shape. However, there are significant improvements planned for the future, which will only make travel easier.

The capital of Assam, Guwahati , is the region’s major transport hub and you’ll likely find yourself revisiting multiple times for connections between places. For now, it’s home to the region’s only international airport and it’s connected by flight directly to seven countries, all of which are in Asia. Guwahati also has the region’s main interstate railway station with services to most other major cities in Northern India.

Besides Tripura and Assam, the rest of the Seven Sisters do not have an existing rail network and must be explored by either state government buses or private and shared jeeps. This can pose some obstacles to travel plans as the mountainous region and poor road conditions, particularly in Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland, make travelling between places long and arduous. However, jeeps are abundant, relatively well organised and will go virtually anywhere, so with some time and patience the rewards are boundless.

Explore related stories


Mar 29, 2024 • 6 min read

The roads of Jaipur are jam-packed with hundreds of shops. Here's our guide to 5 of the best.

north east tour india

Mar 4, 2024 • 8 min read


Feb 22, 2024 • 3 min read

A mixed race couple having cocktails by the pool of a resort in the tropics. She is Asian, he is black. She is feeding him strawberries. Vacation concept.

Feb 12, 2024 • 10 min read

Two buddhist monks at Punakha Dzong, Bhutan

Feb 2, 2024 • 15 min read

north east tour india

Jan 28, 2024 • 7 min read

north east tour india

Jan 17, 2024 • 6 min read

Young adult woman in black swimsuit walking into sea between rocks cliff in Croatia

Jan 17, 2024 • 8 min read

An Asian tourist photographing the Tiger's Nest Monastery in Bhutan

Jan 16, 2024 • 10 min read

A person in traditional dress dancing at the Paro Tsechu festival, Bhutan

Jan 16, 2024 • 5 min read

North East Explorers

The Magical Place called Ziro

Exploring the unique tribal culture & nature's bounty of ziro valley through a easy-paced, immersive tour through one of arunachal pradesh's most unique tribal region., wildlife trip to the kaziranga national park, go on the best assam wildlife tour to the kaziranga national park., enchanting majuli islands - a different world, experience the rich culture and simple way of life on world's largest river-island., one week tour to arunachal pradesh, one week tour of arunachal pradesh covering tawang, bomdila, dirang and other best places to see., one week tour of meghalaya - float with the clouds, explore the must-visit parts of meghalaya in this one - week tour covering shillong, cherrapunjee, mawlynnong, dawki and others., tell us where do you want to go.., ..or browse by state.

north east tour india

Featured Video

Signature trips in north east india.

Tour to Zemithang - Offbeat Arunachal Pradesh


Nameri Tawang Tour



Exposed us to a new and exciting set of cultural and natural experiences

north east explorers review

Blaine Bonham Philadelphia, USA

north east explorers review

Best Company to contact for Personalized trips to Northeast

Best tour company north east india by reviews

Pavan Kumar Bareedu Bangalore

Best tour company north east india by reviews

Worlds and experiences we would have never known existed

north east tour india

Rick Spitzborg Philadelphia, USA

north east tour india

Genuine love of NE people through homestay experience

north east tour india

Arun Madhavan Tamil Nadu

north east tour india

First class and factually correct

north east tour india

R Jai Shankar Bangalore

north east tour india

Prompt and Approachable

north east tour india

Regunath Balasubramanian Bangalore

north east tour india

Great and unforgettable experience in Arunachal pradesh

north east tour india

Wilson Mathews Tamil Nadu

Excellent homestay experience and trip to Meghalaya

north east tour india

Vasanthakumar Mayilswamy Bangalore

north east tour india

Always available

Chintan Daiya North East Trip

Chintan Daiya Mumbai

Chintan Daiya North East Trip

A Memorable And A Very Well-Planned Trip

north east tour india

Deema & Juby Dubai

north east tour india

Space To Enjoy Your Holiday In A Way That Suits You

north east tour india

Sutapa Mukherjee Kolkata

north east tour india

Good execution with frequent checks

north east tour india

Sangavi Gururaghavendran Bangalore

A Very Well Thought-out Plan

north east tour india

Supriya Sehgal New Delhi

north east tour india

Very Trustworthy and Bang For Every Buck

north east tour india

Zainab & Family Hyderabad

north east tour india

Flawless conversation on Nagaland tribes

north east tour india

Nitin Shinde Mumbai

north east tour india

The Best Partner To Help You Explore The Unexplored

north east tour india

Ami Bhat Bangalore

north east tour india

An amazing experience at the Hornbill Festival

north east tour india

Dhara Patel Mumbai

Experiences Like Never Before

north east tour india

Chandramohan Panthalingal Kerela

north east tour india

Impeccable 7D Trip to Kaziranga-Meghalaya

north east tour india

Gowtham Girithar Bangalore

north east tour india

A Really Memorable Trip

north east tour india

Nikhil Kulkarni

north east tour india

Tailored To Taste

Akanksha Dureja

Akanksha Dureja

Akanksha Dureja

A Trip Curated As Per Our Interests and Time


 Sailaja Revur


Very Approachable and Ready To Accommodate

north east tour india

Madhura Chandrashekar Bangalore

north east tour india

One of Its Kind Homestay Experience

north east tour india

Shaily Modi Mumbai

north east tour india

Request a Custom Tour

Want a trip planned and executed as per your taste, snapshots from north east india, northeastexplorers.

Authentic travel experiences in #Northeastindia & Bhutan. Don't just visit the North East, experience it! Visit👇for tailor-made trips to NE🇮🇳 and 🇧🇹

North East Explorers

Things To Know

Important links, destinations, connect with us.

north east exolorers review tripadvisor

© 2016-2023 North East Explorers.

Privacy overview, subscribe for.., ...your regular dose of travel from..., north east india.

north east tour india


Sorry!! Website is Under Construction

The Page You're Looking for is Currently Under Construction

Please check this link after a few days. We're currently working on this new version of our website. If you need any assistance, or any further information that is not available in the website, please do not hesitate to call us at +91-7636O-55-222 or write to us at info[at]paradisenortheast[dot]com.

Login to go to Dashboard or Sign-Up if You're a New User

Select an Option:

New Year Offer

Limited period offer on package bookings.

5% Discount on All Tour Package Bookings for January and February. Offer Valid till 10th January. Note: Offer Valid till availability of Tour Vehicles. Claim the Offer via WhatsApp or Email before vehicles in our fleet get sold out.

Our helpline number is temporarily unavailable due to some technical difficulties. Please reach us on +91-9401-00-1212 instead.

Happy Bihu !!

On the Festive Occasion of Rongali Bihu (Bohag Bihu), All of Our Services, excluding the Ongoing Tour Packages, shall remain Closed on 14th & 15th of April. Any Queries received during this period shall be entertained only after the Holidays. All Queries shall be addressed on First Come - First Serve basis. Any Inconvenience caused is deeply regretted. NOTE: Please Be advised that We're Sold-out till 8th of May. For Urgent Queries, please leave a message on WhatsApp

Northeast India's Local Tour Operator and Holiday Planner

  •   Destinations
  •   Best Sellers
  •   Feedback

Where would you like to visit in Northeast India?

24x7 customer support service (During Tour)

Instant confirmation of your booking

Best taxi service in the area

Explore Destinations in Northeast India

Tawang 37 Packages

Shillong 30 Packages

Kaziranga 44 Packages

Guest Feedback

Video Feedback

"I would like to express my deep appreciation for a well orchestrated tour. There was no hitch at any stage. I thank you and the management team of Paradise Northeast for attention to the details of my tour."

- Chris Kenny | 07Apr, 2015

"This website is really good to book taxi. Very professional drivers. Really love it!"

- S.K.Yadav | 16Mar, 2014

"We have come back from Northeast tour arranged by you and let me tell you it was fantastic in all respect. We have really the enjoyed entire tour."

- Abhay Andhare | 08Apr, 2019

"The tour was really amazing. Choosing this monsoon trip to the Wettest place on this earth through your agency will never be regretted. Driver daju was real kind and assisted us to the fullest. We enjoyed every services. Thank you to you and to your whole team."

- Joshika Thapa | 16July, 2019

"We would like to thank you and your team for providing an awesome, flawless experience through the meticulously planned tour package. We would recommend others who are planning to the Northeast to take your package also. Thanks a lot to Naren Borah also (driver and guide)."

- Sabyasachi Rout | 18Mar, 2019

"Recently we had a booking with you for shillong cherrapunji Kaziranga for 7D/6N , I want to share my feedback it was really wonderful trip because of you guys thank you so much for the amazing memories, I wish you could provide your facilities in other parts of the country also and hopefully our next trip will Tawang and nearest part and that will book by you people only. Thanks again."

- Nisha Meena | 26Nov, 2018

"This is to convey my heartfelt Thanks to you for facilitating a beautiful and enjoyable tour of ARUNACHAL PRADESH for me and my family. All your arrangements were good enough to be recommended to friends and acquaintances which I already have done by supplying them with your phone numbers / email-id. The Driver viz. Mr. Bikash Chetry, whom I should better call a "Friendly Guide" was just par excellence. The charming personality of Mr. Chetry besides his compassionate and humanitarian approach to us in times of difficulties have impressed us greatly."

- Chinmoy Dutta | 15Jun, 2018

"Thank you very much for a wonderful trip. My family & I really appreciate your teams efforts in organising a last minute package tour and still managing to make it a memorable 6 days for us.It was unfortunate that things had to be changed at the last minute due to Assam Bandh & we were unable to do zipline as we reached there on a Sunday & missed the orchid park as it was closed due to the festival. Mr.Bikas Chetry was very helpful in guiding us throughout,especially keeping us company in climbing to the double decker root bridge & being very patient & encouraging in our slow ardous climb back! Overall it was a wonderfully organised trip.We would definitely travel with you again & are already planning Arunachal for our next adventure."

- Dr. Lakshmi Kannan | 17Jan, 2019

"We had a very good trip overall. The arrangements made by Kaziranga Travels at different places were as promised in the itinerary with no hassles faced by us. The driver, Pranjal, was very good. He is an excellent driver and we never felt unsafe at any moment even in the bad hilly roads. He was polite, courteous, helpful, took care of all our needs very well, and entertained us with stories on and off about culture and history of Assam. Overall, the interaction with Kaziranga Travels has been very good and we would definitely consider you again if we visit in that part again or recommend you to our friends. Thanks for the arrangements."

- A Professor from an IIT (Name Withheld) | 27May, 2018

"We had a wonderful trip. Overall the tour was excellent. It was well organized and everything went very smoothly. The elephant safari and Jeep safari arranged at Kaziranga national park was fantastic and unforgettable. We loved every minute of our trip and can’t wait to plan another in future. We are especially grateful to you and as an organizer your efforts, services and response were commendable. In fact you played a vital role in our tour right from the beginning and attended the calls sincerely and replied honestly. This experience made me to influence my friends to certainly approach your travels for NE sightseeing tours. We had a blast and felt like we were living in the dream. Many Thanks to you"

- Dr. N. Navichandran | 22Nov, 2018

"Thanks for you very well organised trip. Bikas....was very good..humble with excellent driving....cherry on the cake. Got very good knowledge of northeast .👍👌 Because of him....trip went smoothly. Thanks to Moushmi mam for good organisation. Sushantha...for prompt communication with lot of patience . Overall...we had a very good , well organized trip. Thanks 🙏🙏 Arunachal is best ☝️"

- A doctor from Pune (Name Withheld) | 09Nov, 2021

NorthEast Guide

  • Assam Tours
  • Bhutan Tours
  • Meghalaya Tours
  • Nagaland Tours
  • Arunachal Tours
  • Car & Bike rental

Love where you're going

Book incredible things to do in northeast india.

500+ Tours

99% Happy Travelers

Curated Local Experiences

Curated Local Experiences



9D - Sikkim



10D - Arunachal Pradesh



7D - Arunachal Pradesh



8D - Meghalaya



8D - Arunachal Pradesh



6D - Arunachal Pradesh



3D - Meghalaya



8D - Bhutan



6D - Meghalaya





4D - Nagaland



12D - Meghalaya



8D - Nagaland



5D - Meghalaya



Arunachal pradesh.


Our happy clients

Bhuvnesh sharma.

I am the happiest to put a review here after having a long weekend trip with North East Guide, their kindness and hospitality made it a much more memorable trip, they won't let you worry even about the slightest things and provide you the best services in a good budget.

Amrita Vakharia

The arrangements made on stay, food, guide, vehicle and visit to tourist places were so well planned and organised. Totally worth for the price and experience they provide. I strongly recommend to be part of this group.

Charlie Harrington

Simply amazing trip. Friendly driver, good hotels , The guidance and mesmerizing beauty of northeast made our journey unforgettable. Kudos to the team for arranging such trips at affordable prices !!

Get Updates & More

Thoughtful thoughts to your inbox

  • Work with Us
  • Terms and Conditions
  • Cancellation and Refund
  • Privacy Policy

Copyright © 2024 by NorthEast Guide Pvt. Ltd.

a unit of NorthEast Guide Pvt. Ltd.

or continue with

north east tour india

  • Group Enquiry? NEW
  • 50 Places to Visit in North East India

  • North East India

Tourist Places in North East India

Quick navigation.

2t7h6v6ecdva02hvwaa44p0ws9yy h17jfyvmmbmv64g6neiipuz7i2zd sikkim2

Must Visit Places in North East India

Kaziranga national park, assam.

Kaziranga National Park, Assam

This undisturbed acres long stretch of forests and marshlands is located in the heart of Assam and is visited by hordes of tourists every year and it is one of the famous places to visit in North East India. The notable one-horned Rhino is a major attraction in Kaziranga which is an endangered species in the world. 

Other than that Elephants, wild water buffaloes and Swamp Deers can also be seen on a safari. You can either book an Elephant Safari or Jeep safari to explore the park. It is declared  UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the pride of Assam.

Best time to visit: November to April, the park is closed during monsoon months.

Distance: It is located about 193 KM from Guwahati

Timings: Jeep and Elephant safaris can be enjoyed from 7:30 in the morning till 10 AM and 1:30 or 3 PM till sunset. 

Price: The entry fee for Indian is INR 100, there is a toll for road or river cruise which is 300 and Elephant safari can be enjoyed at around  INR 380 to 580 per person. 

Location: Kanchanjuri, Assam 784177 Planning A Trip To Assam Checkout    Best Assam tour packages Also Checkout & Book:  Colosseum Tickets

7 Days Kaziranga Meghalaya Wildlife Tour | Flat 18% off

Tsomgo Lake, Sikkim

Tsomgo Lake, Sikkim

The winding roads which make a 37 km long journey from Gangtok to reach an altitude of 12,400 ft are ethereally beautiful and it is one of the best places to visit in North East India the lake at such an elevation flaunts its stillness in the most surreal settings of Himalayan peaks encircling it. 

The snow-clad mountains are the main source for the water in Lake as it melts from the mountains. In winters, this placid lake can also be snow-covered and while you travel to Tsomgo, do not forget to learn the stories which are linked to this lake. It is a different experience altogether.

Best time to visit: Best to visit in winter for enjoying a Yak safari on the frozen lake, from October to March. 

Distance: Around 37 KM from Gangtok.

Timings: There is no particular time to visit however, ropeway cable car operations can only enjoy from  8 AM to 3 PM

Price: A shared taxi from Gangtok to Tsomgo will cost INR 400 per person.

Location: Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Tathangchen Area, Gangtok 737101, India Have a Soulful Experience Checkout:  Best of North East India Tour Click Here To Book Now:  Jack The Ripper Tour

4 Days Budget Sikkim Trip with Nathula Pass | Flat @15% off

Tawang Monastery, Arunachal Pradesh

Tawang Monastery, Arunachal Pradesh

This monastery is located in Tawang, a mountain town situated at an elevation of 10,000 feet. Tawang Monastery is a significant monument in Arunachal Pradesh, popular as the birthplace of Dalai Lama and the largest Buddhist monastery in the entire country.  

Perched at a height of 3048 meters above sea level, the picturesque and scenic town of Tawang is also known as Dawang and is populated with monks. The monastery is recognized as the second largest in the world after Lhasa and is 400 years old. It is the first place in North East India tourist places that are hit by the travelers who enter the town of Tawang.

Best time to visit: Anytime between November to March.

Distance: Around 7.2 KM from Tawang.

Timings: Open from 7 AM to 7 PM, mostly closed on Wednesdays.

Price: No entry fee.

Location: Cona, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh 790104

Arunachal Pradesh with Tawang Special Package 2023

Nathula Pass, Sikkim

Nathula Pass, Sikkim

The old silk road that once used by merchants and traders is at an elevation of 14450 ft. above sea level on the Indo-Tibetan border. The temperature at Nathula is always freezing regardless of the season and the entire region is rich in Himalayan flora and fauna. It is one of the famous places to visit in North East India can be easily travelled from the capital city Gangtok.

Best time to visit: March to October is the time when the temperature would be high compared to any of the winter months. But if you like snow, winter is the best season. 

Distance: Around 58 Km from Gangtok, can take a shared cab. 

Timings: The cabs stop running after 1 PM mostly so morning is when you can leave for the pass. 

Price: The shared taxi may cost between INR 400 to INR 700 per person.

Also Check:   Best places to visit in Sikkim , that will make your trip a lifetime remembering the experience. Also Checkout & Book:  Stonehenge Tickets

Darjeeling Gangtok Tour Package 2022 | Book @ Flat 34% off

Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro Valley is the flat land amidst the sky jutted mountains with around five villages where the highest population is of the Apatani tribe. This tribe is friendly and Ziro serves as a perfect ground for celebrating the music fest every year. The verdant rice field, the in-line tribal huts, the vibrant and colourful attires and accessories of the Tribal people and it is one of the best places to visit in North East India.

If you have time, go shopping for handmade crafts by Apatani people, clothes and Bamboo items like bamboo baskets etc. It is a place where you can go and stay for days in complete solace. Hence making it one of the must-visit tourist sights in Arunachal Pradesh.

Best time to visit: Throughout the year. Ziro Music festival is celebrated mostly in the month of September and October.

Distance: It is around 110 KM from Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh.

Timings: Traveling in the mountains are best done during the day. At least 2 days are required to explore Ziro Valley.

Price: Depends on your mode of transport. Also Checkout And Book :   8 Days Arunachal Pradesh Sightseeing Tour                                               North East Family Tour Packages

Sightseeing Tour in Aruncahal Pradesh: Itanagar- Ziro- Daporijo

Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya

Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya

It takes a plunge from a height of 1100 ft. and is known as the fourth highest waterfall in the world. It is just a 5 KM drive away from Cherrapunji and a short trekking trail to reach the ultramarine pool. 

The enchanting sight of Noh Ka Likai falls can be best savoured from the viewing gallery. It is mostly covered in mist during monsoon and winters, best to be visited in the spring.

Best time to visit: Post monsoon is the perfect time to see volumes of water taking a plunge from that height. Mostly, from September to March. 

Distance: Around 55 KM from Shillong.

Timings: 24 hours. 

Price: Entry is free of cost.

Location: Sohra, Meghalaya 793108, India, Cherrapunji Check More:  Sikkim Honeymoon Packages                         Sikkim Family Tour Packages

6 Days Group Tour of Mesmerising Meghalaya | Flat 23% off

Gorichen Peak, Arunachal Pradesh

Gorichen Peak, Arunachal Pradesh

On your way from Bomdila to Tawang, you will enjoy the magnificent vistas of the Gorichen Peak. It is one of the toughest treks in the northeastern part of India as the peak is located at a height of 22,500 feet between Tawang and West Kameng districts. 

Gorichen peak is roughly 164 kilometre from Tawang Town, and it shares its border with China in the North. Another name for Gorichen Peak is Sa-Nga Phu, which according to the native tribe Monpa is a sacred peak that protects them from all the evils.

Best time to visit: Anytime between April to October.

Distance: Around 55.8 KM from Tawang. 

Duration: Around 20 to 22 days climb and trek to the top of the peak. 

Price: Varies from operators to operators. 

Location: Between Tawang and West Kameng districts, 164 kilometres from Tawang Townships, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, India. Have the most memorable experience by booking  6 Days Enthralling Group Tour of Sikkim

Himachal Pradesh

Best of Himachal Pradesh

10 Solo Treks in Himachal: Book Now & Get Upto 30% Off

Goechala, Sikkim

Goechala, Sikkim

This is a ‘must-do’ trek in Sikkim and the fact that you encounter the big mountains of Himalayan range face-to-face keeps the trail flocked throughout the spring season. The Goechala trek enables trekkers to witness the magnanimous Himalayan summits, more than 14 in number. 

The next best part is the orange stricken skyline around Mt. Kanchenjunga and the peak glitters in a golden shade. It is a tough trek but this pass dwells at a height of 16,200 ft. which is worth an experience.   

Best time to visit: Between March and April.

Distance covered on the trek: Approximately 90 KM to and fro.

Duration: It takes around 10 to 12 days to do the entire trek.

Price:  INR 14,500.

Grade level: Moderate to Difficult

Book now: Goechala Trek

Goechala Trek, Sikkim 2022 | Book Online @ Flat 32% off

Umiam Lake, Meghalaya

Umiam Lake, Meghalaya

This man-made reservoir is situated 5 kilometres north of Shillong and is a mesmerizing spot which is one of the famous places to visit in North East India, that can be visited throughout the year. Spread over 222 square kilometres, it is surrounded by dense stretches of coniferous forests. 

People often indulge in various kinds of boating on this lake and the park nearby serves best to every age. The beauty of the lake is enhanced by the encircling Khasi hills which bestow the travellers with unparalleled landscapes and views making it one of the most popular destinations in Shillong .

Best time to visit: Anytime between October and May.

Distance: It is around 17 KM from Shillong.

Timings: Go between 9 AM to 5 PM for trying various watersport. 

Price: There is no entry cost for the lake, however, different water sports rates are as follows - Pedal Boating/ Canoeing/ Kayaking-  INR 20 per head for 30 minutes. Scooter- INR 50, Skiing- INR 200, Yachting- INR 100, River Bus- INR 50 etc.

Location: Ri Bhoi District, Nongpoh, Meghalaya, India Explore the tranquil beauty by booking 4 Days Tour of Mystic Meghalaya Also Check Out: Popular Places to Visit in Kohima

Cherrapunji and Mawsynram, Meghalaya

Cherrapunji and Mawsynram, Meghalaya

These are the wettest places in India and both are located within a distance of 16 km. However, Mawsynram is the wettest among both with a recorded annual rainfall of 11,872 millimetres, making Cherrapunji the second wettest place in India that receives an average annual rainfall of 11,777 millimetres and it is one of the best places to visit in North East India.

Both are located on the Southern side of East Khasi hills and is beautiful during and post-monsoon with innumerable waterfalls and mist-laden valleys.

Best time to visit: Each season is beautiful in its own way but it is best visited anytime between September to November.

Distance: Mawsynram is around 60 KM from Shillong and Cherrapunji is 15 KM from Mawsynram.

Timings: Day travelling is always a better option.

Price: Depends on the mode of transport you chose to travel.

Location: Mawsynram Village, Cherrapunji, Shillong, India

Top Experiences To Do in Cherrapunji

3 Days Budget Meghalaya Tour with Kamakhya Temple

Loktak Lake, Manipur

Loktak Lake, Manipur

This lake is famous for its numerous small floating islands which are locally famous as ‘Phumdis.’ Loktak lake is one of the largest freshwater lakes in North East India and is home to the world's only floating National park - Keibul Lamjao National Park and it is one of the best places to visit in North East India.

It is located in the Bishnupur district of Manipur and the floating swamps can be toured on a fisherman's boat. It is a nature lover's paradise where you can indulge in birdwatching, witnessing he endangered Manipuri brow-antlered deer, Sangai and photographing more than 425 species of animals and 100 species of birds. It is one of the must-go places to visit in North East India.

Best time to visit: Anytime between October to March.

Distance: Around 53 KM from Imphal city.

Timings: The most preferred is 9 AM to 6 PM on all days of the week.

Price: Free of entry charge.

Location: Loktak Lake, Moirang, Manipur, 795133, India Click Here to Book Now:  North East Tour Package From Mumbai                                             Meghalaya Family Tour Packages

Siang River Rafting, Arunachal Pradesh

Siang River Rafting, Arunachal Pradesh

From moderate to difficult rapids, river Siang gives you the adventure to row your rafts in grade 3 and 4 level rapids and riffles. The river is wild and the rafts see huge drops with raging speed, thrilling the rafters to the core. 

The river runs through several tribal settlements on its course and for doing the entire Siang river course, you must have an experience as a rafter with such high-level grades. The rivers like Brahmaputra, Siang and Subansiri etc in Arunachal Pradesh are fed with snow throughout the year so the water can be freezing cold.

Mawlynnong Village, Meghalaya

Mawlynnong Village, Meghalaya

It was acclaimed to be Asia’s cleanest village in 2003, this village is an excellent example of sustainable and eco-friendly living. Even the dustbins are made of Bamboo just like the sky tower which is around 85 ft. 

The trek to the Living Root Bridge starts from Mawlynnong Village and it is one of those North East India tourist places which is in everyone’s itinerary. This pretty village is spotless clean outlined with thatched Khasi huts. The village is very close to Bangladesh and around 100 KM from Shillong and is really the cleanest village in India.

Best time to visit: All around the year.

Distance: Around 100 KM from Shillong city centre.

Timings: Stay for at least a day at the village.

Price: Transport charge from Shillong to Mawlynnong village may vary depending on your mode.

Location: East Khasi Hills District, Shillong, Meghalaya 793001, India. Also Book & Checkout -  Darjeeling Packages From Delhi                                            Darjeeling Tour Packages From Siliguri


Best of Ladakh

55 Leh Ladakh Tour Packages | Upto 50% Off Summer SALE

Tripura Sundari Temple, Tripura

Tripura Sundari Temple, Tripura

This old Hindu shrine is situated around 56 km from Agartala town and is said to be one of the 51 Shakti Peethas and it is one of the best tourist places in North East India. The outer upper edifice is a dome structure where the square type sanctum is worshipped, more like a typical Bengali hut. 

Flocks of tourists and locals visit this temple in lakhs during Diwali every year. It is one of the religious places to visit in North East India and one of the few temples of Goddess Kali in India.

Best time to visit: Throughout the year.

Distance: Almost around 56 KM from Agartala.

Timings: Opens for visitors from 6 AM to 10 PM on all days of the week.

Location: Fulkumari, Udaipur, Tripura 799013 You Can Also Book:  Darjeeling Tour Packages For Couple                                     Shillong Tour Packages

Places to Visit in Sikkim


This cloudy paradise is simply enticing, exuberant and the gateway to Northeast. Gangtok is the capital of Sikkim and a trekking hub. The site of Mt. Kanchenjunga is cherished from Gangtok, and mountaineers who are on their expedition to climb the Eastern Himalayas make it a base town. 

Travellers can also spot the pristine site of river Teesta and can travel to many points like the famous Tsomgo Lake, Rumtek monastery, Nathula Pass, Tashi viewpoint and Ban Jhakri falls etc. The view of Kanchenjunga during sunrise or sunset is commendable, it shines like a series of Golden Peaks. and is one of the must visit tourist places in North East India.

Places to visit: Nathula pass, Goechala, Tsomgo lake

Best for: Trekking enthusiasts, photographers, nature lovers.

Also Read:  Top Places to Visit in Gangtok                      Kaziranga Tour Package

Top Experiences To Do in Gangtok

North Sikkim Tour with Lachen Lachung 2022 | Flat 15% off



Kanchenjunga is one of the famous peaks in the Himalayan belt and trekking to its base camp is equally an adventure. The Kanchenjunga base camp is located at an elevation of 28169 ft. above sea level. 

It is a cherished trek among adventure enthusiasts where you get to witness a range of peaks along with the five great massifs of Kanchenjunga. The other peaks are Frey Peak, Kok Tang, Kabru Peak, Ratong, Chandra Peak and the Kabru Dome.

Best time to visit: Mid March to May and mid-September to October.

Duration: It takes around 11 Day to do the entire trek.

Price: The prices may differ from operator to operator, approximately under INR 15,000. 

Grade level: Moderate Checkout More:  Sikkim Tour Packages From Kolkata                              Sikkim Tour Packages From Ahmedabad

Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek 2022, Sikkim | Book @ 10% off

Pelling is gaining popularity with each passing year and the next big attraction after Gangtok. Pelling is a town in the West district of Sikkim at an elevation of 2000 meters and is a paradise for peace-seekers. You can indulge in activities like rock climbing, mountain biking, village walks etc. 

It is becoming one of the places to visit in North East India to enjoy some of the breathtaking views of the Himalayas. There are various places in Pelling that you should definitely visit when you go to North East.

Best time to visit: Throughout the year, while winters are freezing, summers are pleasant.

Distance: It is around 120 Km from Gangtok.

Timings: It will take 5 to 6 hours to reach from Gangtok. Two nights are enough to explore the place but you can stay there for 4 or 5 days as well.

Price: Taxi fares depends on your bargaining skills. Expected cost can be around INR 3000 for hiring a private taxi.

Location: West district, Sikkim, India. Must Book:  Sikkim Tour Packages From Delhi                       Sikkim Tour Packages From Mumbai

Top Experiences To Do in Pelling

Pelling Skywalk | Book Online @ Flat 19% off

This small village is situated near Kanchenjunga National Park and boasts of matchless natural beauty. It is in the western Sikkim region which serves as a hotspot to adventurous souls as it enables easy access to the base camp of Mt. Kanchenjunga. 

It is home to some of the offbeat North East India tourists places like Dubdi and Sangachoeling monasteries, Khecheopalri Lake, Tendong Hill and the Menam Hill etc. Other attractions in Yuksom are Kathok Wodsallin Gompa, Tashi Tenka, Dubdi Gompa, and Norbugang Park etc.

Best time to visit: From March to June.

Distance: Around 125 KM from Gangtok.

Location: Yuksom, West-Sikkim, Sikkim, India Checkout & Book:  North Sikkim Tour Package From Gangtok                                 Sikkim Tour Packages From Bangalore

Top Experiences To Do in Yuksom

Dzongri Trek 2022, Sikkim | Yuksom Dzongri Trek: Get 20% off

Singalila National Park

Singalila National Park

This alluring National Park is situated at a height of 7000 feet above the sea level, covering an area of 79 sq km of land and it is one of the best places to visit in North East India. The Rhododendron forests, rare species of Orchids and Alpine trees are home to a plethora of species in plants and animals like Himalayan Leopard, Elephant, Pangolin, Chinkara along with Primula, Bamboo, Magnolia,  Oak, Rhododendron etc.

It is a famous trekking destination as it makes a major part of the Singalila range and can be best traversed on a Jeep Safari.

Best time to visit: From March to May and mid-September to October.

Distance: It is around 35 KM from Darjeeling and around 122 KM from Gangtok.

Timings: The park remains closed from June to September, besides, can visit the rest of the year.

Price: A state bus from Darjeeling will cost under INR 50 and Taxi can cost around INR 1000. 

Location: Singalila National Park 734101, India You Should Also Check:  Sikkim Darjeeling Gangtok Tour Package from Pune                                            Sikkim Tour Packages From Chennai


Best of Sikkim

50 North East Tour Packages | Upto 50% Off Early Summer SALE

Places to Visit in Meghalaya

Double decker living root bridge.

Double Decker Living Root Bridge

It is a speciality of Khasi tribe to fasten the roots of Banyan trees to create bridges over rivers and streams. Double Decker Living Root Bridge is a perfect example of their skills of braiding the roots where two single bridges where one is stacked over another and it is one of the famous places to visit in North East India.

The bridge is a man-made cum natural wonder where the entanglement of roots is taking place for centuries and it is grown in the form of decks.

Best time to visit: Avoid monsoon, post-monsoon starting from September is the perfect time to go.

Distance:  Around 68 KM from Shillong

Timings: Visitors can visit it any time of the day.

Price: INR 20 for adults and INR 10 for children.

Location: Nongriat Village, Cherrapunjee, India Also Book:  Sikkim Tour Packages From Surat                     Sikkim Tour Packages From Guwahati

4 Days Tour of Mystic Meghalaya | Book Now & Get 25% off

Laitlum Canyon

Laitlum Canyon

The name Laitlum literally stands for “The end of hills,” or “the end of the world.” Laitlum Canyon is situated in the East Khasi hills enabling a vast and panoramic view of the entire valley of canyons. These picturesque rocky formations are a delight to trekkers, nature lovers, photographer, and adventurers. 

The place is quite secluded and is not accessed by the mundane but the beauty of Laitlum Canyon is unique, unparalleled and incomparable. The place is mostly visited in morning hours and carrying your camera is ‘must.’

Best time to visit: Sunset, around 4 to 5 PM. 

Distance: Around 24 KM from Shillong and it takes around an hour journey to reach.

Timings: Everyday from 7 AM to 5 PM.

Price: Entry is free.

Location: East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya

Also Read: Best Things to do in Meghalaya , to know more about this place. Checkout More:  Meghalaya Tour Packages From Mumbai

Dawki River

Dawki River

The crystal clear river in Dawki is known as Umngot river and is famous for its transparent visibility. The place is nestled in the West Jantai hill that has an active tourism and every year people visit Dawki to boat around this iconic river where the river bed is unbelievably clear. 

It is one of the places in North East India which enables a view of both Jaintia and Khasi hills. The suspension bridge and the diveable river hotbeds can lure you into entering the water to take a dip.

Best time to visit: September to April. 

Distance: Around 86 KM from Shillong.

Timings: It can be visited any time of the day. 

Price: There is no entry cost but you can indulge in boat rides with the best-bargained prices.

Location: Dawki bridge, Tamabil, Wah Umngot 793103, India

Mawsmai Cave

Mawsmai Cave

This cave is one of the many caves in Northeast India which has enough light passing for the travellers to see the limestone structures and uneven walls. 

This natural marvel has undergone years of abrasion and underground water exposures that the stalactites and stalagmites are carved out in a various structure that leaves you spellbound. Being the only lit cave in Meghalaya, Mawsmai cave is a crowd puller.

Places to Visit in Arunachal Pradesh

Nuranang falls.

Nuranang Falls

Plummeting from an elevation of about 100 meters, Nuranang falls is a pristine waterfall hidden in the thick forest stretches on your journey from Tawang to Bomdila. This virgin waterfall is famous as BTK, Bap Teng Kang waterfalls and can be located on the way through Tawang towards Zemithang. 

It is one of the best tourist places in North East India that defines the hidden beauty of the region with its crystal clear pools and green surroundings.

Best time to visit: Anytime between February to November.

Distance:  24.9 KM from Tawang.

Timings: You can do a day trip to Nuranang falls as it requires trekking in the forest. Night trekking can be dangerous and risky, therefore best to go during the day. 

Price: It is free of charge.

Location: West Kameng District, Tawang 790104, Arunachal Pradesh India Checkout More:  Meghalaya Trip From Delhi                               Arunachal Pradesh Tour Package From Guwahati

Nagula Lake

Nagula Lake

One of the prettiest sights of Tawang, this lake is a must visit with Arunachal tour packages. The high-altitude lake, which is situated at nearly 4300 feet, is a picturesque natural body with a fascinating ambience. Natural life flourishes all around the shores of the lake, making it a very good tourist places in North East India to enjoy the serenity and calm reflection.

The lake is frozen through most part of the year except in the summer months from April to May. You can easily trek up to the lake and have a fun-filled picnic by its shores. Don't miss this while on your Arunachal trip.

Location:  Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, India Book Now -  Sikkim Tour Packages From Chennai                       Sikkim Tour Packages From Surat

Andaman and Nicobar

Best of Andaman and Nicobar

15 Islands in Andaman That are Too Mesmerizing to Skip!

Roing is situated in the lower Dibang valley as a district headquarter. The place is cherished for its placid lakes, snow-clad mountains, raging river, archaeological sites and deep gorge with numerous waterfalls.

It is inhibited majorly by two tribes- Adi-Padam and Idu-Mishmi Tribes. It is one of the ideal Places to visit in North East India if you are looking to indulge in activities like angling, rafting, trekking and rock climbing etc.

Best time to visit:  Anytime between October to March. You may found pre-monsoon showers in the month of April.

Places to visit: Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary, Bhismaknagar Fort, Mehao Lake, Nehru Van Udyan, Deopani River, Iphi-Panighat etc.

Best for: Nature lovers, landscape photographers, and adventure seekers

Also Visit:  Gangtok Family Tour Packages                    Darjeeling Gangtok Tour Packages from Kolkata

Bomdila Monastery

Bomdila Monastery

This monastery is home to Lamas and Monks and was inaugurated in the year 1965. It is one of the main attractions in Bomdila because of its significance and believes that it is the exact replica of a monastery situated in Tsonga in South Tibet named Tsona Gontse Monastery. 

The monastery has a peaceful prayer hall and a beautiful Buddha temple dwells in the premises. It is one of the primary attractions of Arunachal Pradesh which is located at an elevation of 8500 feet and surrounded by the grace of mighty Himalayas.

Best time to visit: Throughout the year, but best to visit between September to October and February to April.

Distance: It is 170 KM Tawang.

Timings: Anytime during the day.

Price: Free of cost.

Location: Cona, Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh 790001

Checkout & Book:  Gangtok Honeymoon Packages                                 Darjeeling Tour Packages From Mumbai

Namdapha National Park

Namdapha National Park

Namdapha National park is the third largest national park in the country area wise. It serves as an abode to the rarest of floras and faunas and the many endangered species. You can trek, hike or set out on a jungle safari to spot Indian Elephants, Tigers, Leopards, Black Bear, and Bison etc. Take a refreshing ride to tourist places in North East India like Haldibari, Deba, Bulbulia Camping site, Hornbill and Motijheel etc.

Best time to visit: Anytime between October to March or April.

Distance from bus stand: It is 430 KM from Itanagar.

Timings: 6 AM to 5 PM

Price: INR 50 per Indian adult and INR 75 for still Camera. Foreigners are to pay INR 350 for entry.

Location: Changlang district, Arunachal Pradesh, India

Also Check:  Darjeeling Tour Packages From Chennai                        Darjeeling Tour Packages From Ahmedabad

Places to Visit in Assam

Majuli island.

Majuli Island

The world’s largest river island spans over an area of 1250 sq. km and is so fascinating that It is a strong contender in the UNESCO Heritage sites list. 

Majuli calls the cultural capital of Assam and is inhibited by tribal people whose occupation is mostly fishing. Majuli heavily relies on waterways so do not forget to take motorboat or ferry ride.

Best time to visit: July to March

Distance: Around 20 KM from Jorhat city.

Timings: The ferry timings are 8 AM, 10 PM, 1 PM and 3 PM. These ferries run from Nimati Ghat in Jorhat to Kamalabari Ghat in Majuli.

Price: INR 30 per person.

Location: Majuli, Assam

Kamakhya Temple

Kamakhya Temple

Kamakhya temple is one of the ancient and highly worshipped temples of Northeast. Set atop Nilachal hills, this unique temple has recognized and celebrated the biological process of menstruation in women since forever. 

The temple is dedicated to Kamakhya Devi who is also called as the “bleeding goddess.” The story of its origin revolves around a story that involves Lord Shiva and Goddess Sati.

Best time to visit: Throughout the year. To observe the festival of Ambubachi, visit in Monsoon season.

Distance: Around 13 KM from the main bus stand in Guwahati.

Timings:  Opens for worshippers between 8 AM to 1 PM and 2:30 to 5:30 PM.

Price: free of cost.

Location: Kamakhya, Guwahati, Assam 781010 Also Visit:  Darjeeling Tour Packages From Siliguri                    Darjeeling Tour Packages From Bangalore


Dibrugarh is the largest tea producing district located on the upper Assam area, right on the banks of river Brahmaputra. The lush green tea gardens and the vastness of Brahmaputra attract hordes of tourists to Dibrugarh every year. 

It is considered to be one of the perfect lands for tea plantation in the entire Northeastern region. It is one of the ideal places to visit in North East India for Tea shopping.

Best time to visit: Throughout the year. 

Places to visit: Dehing Satra, Koi Aai Than, Barbarua Maidam, Namdapha National park and various tea estates etc.

Best for: Offbeat escapes , river activities, Tea connoisseurs.

Location: Northernmost tip of Assam. Book Now:  Darjeeling Tour Packages From Surat                      Darjeeling Tour Package From Kolkata

Top Experiences To Do in Dibrugarh

Car Charter in Dibrugarh | Flat 18% off

Best of Meghalaya

50 Places to Visit in Meghalaya {{year}}, Tourist Places & Attractions

Brahmaputra River

Brahmaputra River

The longest river of North East India is boisterous and the lifeline of the region. It is the main river for all the tributaries like Subansiri, Teesta, Dibang, Dhansiri, Lohit etc. The Brahmaputra is a major source of Swamps of Assam like Majuli island.

It is navigable in the plains of Northeast India like Guwahati but a major portion is hidden between the towering Himalayas.

Places to Visit in Tripura

Ujjayanta palace.

Ujjayanta Palace

The entire city of Agartala unfurls around this lavishly designed architectural marvel of the Northeastern part of India. Ujjayanta Palace dates back to the year 1901 and from the public halls to the reception hall, from the library to the Chinese rooms; every edge gives a true sense of royalty.

The lush greenery of vast gardens is well complemented with a rippling lake. It serves as a pretty museum to the travellers who come to Tripura all the way from their homes.

Best time to visit: October to March

Distance: Around 3 KM from Agartala Bus Stand.

Timings: Opens from 11 AM to 6 PM on all days of the week except Mondays. 

Price: INR 10 per person.

Location: Palace Compound, Agartala, Tripura

Jagannath Temple

Jagannath Temple

This is a famous temple in Tripura which dates back to the 19th century and was built by Manikya Dynasty. The temple is dedicated to God Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra. It is suggested to go during the month of June to witness the famous Rath Yatra. 

Keep your camera handy because this temple is a sight to the sore eyes.  Jagannath Temple is truly one of those North East India tourist places which are always flocked with religious souls.

Best time to visit: Go in June and join or witness the famous Rath Yatra, being celebrated at the temple. 

Distance: Approximately 52 KM from Agartala.

Timings: It is open throughout the week, every day from 4 AM to 2 PM and then from 4 PM to 9 PM. Join the evening prayers for the best experiences.

Price: entry is free.

Location: Near Jagannath Dighi Tank, Agartala, India

Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary

Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary

Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary is said to be the biodiversity heaven of Tripura for the plethora of animals and plants that dwell within this protected belt. There is a bio-complex, a zoo, a deer park and a Botanical garden within the sanctuary premises. 

It has around 456 species of plants, with animal species like Barking Deer, Pigtailed macaque, Rhesus macaque, Capped langur, Spectacled monkey, Slow loris, Clouded leopard, Civets, Jungle fowl, Wild pig, etc.

Best time to visit: Anytime between September to March.

Rudrasagar Lake

Rudrasagar Lake

The lake is situated in the Sipahijala district, in the Melaghar block. It is considered one of the wetlands for conservation and sustainable use by looking at its environs and rich flora and fauna. On the northeast bank of the lake, NeerMahal was constructed by the king of Tripura during the mid-30s. 

The water is surrounded by the lake water and most of the tourist come to visit the palace and go boating in the lake.

Best time to visit: Somewhere between July and August, a boat race is organized on this lake. Besides that, it can also be visited from October to March.

Distance: Around 48 KM from Agartala.

Timings: The lake can be visited from Neer Mahal which is open from 9 AM to 5 PM on all days of the week.

Price: Lake is a free of cost visit but a simple boat ride costs INR 20 per head. 

Location: Near Neermahal Palace, Agartala, India

Places to Visit in Mizoram

Reiek heritage village.

Reiek Heritage Village

This hilltop village is a birdwatcher’s delight and photographers favourite spot. Mizo hills in the background give ample opportunities for trekking. 

Among the many North East India tourist places, Mizoram is an underrated hill station and Reiek Heritage village is now breaking the barriers with its contrasting landscape of the steep rocky cliffs and the virgin forests. It is well connected with cities like Aizawl, Silchar, Guwahati etc.

Best time to visit: Any time of the year.

Distance: Aizawl is the closest town which is around 30 KM from Reiek Heritage village.

Timings: Open in the daytime.

Location: Aizawl, India


Best of Bhutan

25 Best Bhutan Festivals

Khawnglung Wildlife

Khawnglung Wildlife

It is nestled at an elevation of 1300 meters and spread across an area of 35 sq km in the Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary. The dense forest is rich in a wide range of species  hoolock, gibbon, serow, barking deer, sambar deer and leopard, Sambhar, Hoolock Gibbon, Himalayan Serow, Barking Deer, Wild Boar

Distance from bus stand: Around 127 KM from Aizawl.

Timings: 7.00 AM - 6.00 PM on all days of the week except Public holidays.

Price: Depends on the safari you opt for.

Location: Lunglei, Aizawl, India

Vantawng Falls

Vantawng Falls

Vantawng fall is a well-kept secret of the hilly state of Mizoram and is the highest waterfall of the state. It is one of the best sites in Mizoram and a testament to the hidden treasures of Northeast. 

It originates from Vanva River near Thenzawl and is tucked away in a green setting of valleys and mountains, almost over a hundred kilometres from the city of Aizawl.

Solomon's Temple

Solomon's Temple

This holy church was founded in the year 1984 to disseminate the teachings of God in the Mizo people. The temple is quite big for the population of Mizoram where the courtyard can accommodate around 1000 visitors and the main hall has a capacity of around 2000 people. 

The temple has a natural park where people often spend their time in peace with squirrels and birds.

Best time to visit: The best time to visit this place during festivals like Easter, Good Friday, and Christmas.

Distance: Around 8 KM from Aizawl bus stand. 

Timings: 10 AM to 4:30 PM

Price: Entry is free of charge.

Location: Chawlhhmun, Aizawl, India

Durtlang Hills

Durtlang Hills

It bestows the travellers with a magnificent view of the entire Aizawl city. Take enjoyable walks along the hill slopes and cherish the rural scenes. You may come across small waterfalls on your way up if you are visiting during monsoon or post monsoon.

The greenery will take your breath away, and the panoramic view of the entire town is excellent. If you are in Mizoram, this climb is easy and really rewarding.

Places to Visit in Nagaland


Dimapur has a past relevance and significance to the Kachari tribe who used to inhibit the territory in the 13th century. The place is evidential to the strong presence of the tribe. Dimapur is a fast growing town, also because of the presence of an Airport. 

The place is bordered with hills and vegetation on one side and hemmed in by Dhansiri river on another. There are myriads of local attractions and nearby places to go like Kachari ruins, triple falls etc.

Best time to visit: Anytime between October to June.

Places to visit: Kachari ruins, Triple falls, the Nagaland Science Centre and Zoological Park.

Best for: Historical buffs, Architecture admirers, and Foodies.

Location: Dimapur, Nagaland, India

Kohima Museum

Kohima Museum

If you are interested in knowing the history, culture, lifestyle, and tribes of  Nagaland than there is no better place than visiting Kohima Museum. Furthermore, there are antiques,  crafts, and gadgets used by the tribes to meet their daily chores on exhibit. 

The different types of huts are on display of different tribal settlements. The dialects used by different tribes and clan motifs, along with musical instruments and utensils made of Buffalo horns and bamboos are some of the interesting things in Kohima Museum.

Best time to visit: Throughout the year, mornings are the best to avoid the rush.

Distance: It is around 1.2 KM from the bus stand in Kohima.

Timings: Open on all days of the week from 9:30 AM to 3 PM except Sunday.

Price: INR 5 per adult and INR 20 for still camera.

Location: Upper Bayavü Hill, Kohima, Nagaland 797121

Spiti Valley

Best of Spiti Valley

Manali to Spiti Valley: Travel Guide with Road Conditions {{year}}

After Kohima and Dimapur, the third prominent district is Mokokchung which is also home to Ao Naga. The fascinating mountain villages with vibrantly different people in their attires and traditions following their daily routine can be enjoyed and witnessed in this offbeat location.

Mokokchung is called as the “intellectual and cultural capital of Nagaland.” The best time to visit is Christmas as the entire population of Ao Naga have taken up Christianity as their faith so the festival is celebrated with utter joy.  

Best time to visit: Anytime between October to June

Places to visit: Mopungchuket, Langpangkong, Ungma village, Chuchuyimlang, and Molung village.

Suggested time required to visit: At least one to two days.

Best for: Offbeat escapes

Location: Mokokchung, Nagaland, India.


Mon is home of Konyak Nagas who are famous as the headhunting tribe in Nagaland, they are friendly though. You will still find some of the people of the tribe with tattooed face and blackened teeth. 

Mon is a very interesting village in the far eastern corner of Nagaland and has so many stories of their ancestors and their lifestyle that you might end up shooting a documentary with them.

Best time to visit: Anytime in the year. Suggested months are from October to May.

Places to visit: Veda Peak, Shangyu, and Longwa village

Best for: Historical buffs, Culture exploration, Nature and peace-seeker.

Location: Mon Village, Nagaland 798621

Khonoma Green Village

Khonoma Green Village

It is a popular site to witness some of the unique agricultural techniques that include terraced farming. It is situated about half an hour from the city of Kohima and is rich in forestlands used by rare species of plants and animals. 

As you gradually move closer to the village the terrain will become hilly, sometimes rugged sometimes green. The natural beauty of the place is still unhindered and that is the charm of this village.

Best time to visit: Anytime in the year. Suggested months are from October to May

Distance from bus stand: It is located 20 KM from Kohima.

Timings: 24 hours, daytime is suggested.

Best for: Trekking enthusiasts and Photographers.

Location: Khonoma, Nagaland 797002

Doyang River

Doyang River

You can enjoy a picnic or several water activities like fishing and boating on the longest river of Nagaland. Before entering the Wokha district, it comes from the North, flows in the East and meets Saju river. 

It has three main tributaries- Tsui, Tullo and Tishi and the Angami people fondly call as Dzu or Dzulu as it first rises from their area.

Places to Visit in Manipur

Shri govindji temple.

Shri Govindji Temple

The temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and Lord Jagannath and dates back to the year 1876, almost 130 years old. The beauty of this ancient temple is dotted with two small ponds named Radha Kunj and Krishna Kunj. 

The Golden domes of the temple are visible from quite a distance and you are even allowed to photograph this place. If you are interested in history and architecture, it can be an informative stopover which is situated right next to Kangla Fort.

Best time to visit: Early morning Aarti ceremony.

Distance: Around 3 KM from Imphal city.

Timings: 5 AM to 12 PM and then 4 PM to 9 PM on all days of the week.

Location: Wangkhei Keithel Ashangbi, Imphal East, Manipur, 795005, India

Imphal Valley

Imphal Valley

This oval shaped canyon is situated an hour drive away from the city and is incredibly scenic. This valley owes its beauty to the confluence of several small river streams from the neighbouring hills, giving a unique colour to the river and scenery. 

The famous Loktak lake is one of the lakes and swamps of the Southern side of the valley. The valley is picture-perfect and you can click endless selfies, the frame will always look bright and beautiful.

Best time to visit: Early in the morning or evening, throughout the year.

Distance: Around 30 KM away from Imphal city.

Timings:  Any time of the day.

Price: No entry cost but transport charges will cost you depending on the mode you chose.

Location: Near Loktak Lake, Imphal, India

Arunachal Pradesh

Best of Arunachal Pradesh

 Places to Visit in Arunachal Pradesh & Top Tourist Places

Kangla Fort

Kangla Fort

Kangla fort is located right on the banks of Imphal river. It holds a strong significance and importance in the history of the North Eastern region and that is why it is always flocked with tourists.

It spans across an area of 237 acres of land and has seen reigns of multiple kings in the past. The state government opened this fort to Public in the year 2004 adding up to the list of places to visit in North East India.

Distance: Around 2 KM from Imphal city.

Timings:  Opens from 7 AM till 5 PM on all days of the week.

Price: INR 2 per person.

Location: Near Bank of Imphal River, Imphal East, Manipur, 795010, India

People Also Ask About North East India

Which are the best places to visit in north east india, which are the places to visit in northeast india for honeymoon.

Gangtok, Sikkim - The capital city is a perfect blend of nature, urban luxuries, adventure, and serenity. The city is a popular holiday destination in India and the major attractions here are Tashi View Point, Rumtek Monasteries, Lake Tsomgo, and Gondola rides. Gangtok has several adrenaline rushing activities like river rafting on Teesta river, paragliding, cycling on Silk Route, and Goecha La Trek. These thrilling activities make Gangktok one of the best places to visit in North East India to adventure out with your loved one. Darjeeling, West Bengal - One of the most-visited honeymoon destinations in India, Darjeeling is all about lush green tea estates and misty mornings. The calmness engulfing the place, and quaint eateries serving freshly brewed tea make Darjeeling a place to relax and rewind with your spouse. While at Darjeeling, do not miss having fun at the toy train ride and Batasia Loop. Yuksom, Sikkim - Yuksom translates to "meeting place of the three lamas" and this calm and serene countryside village near the Tibetian borders looks postcard-like beautiful with dramatic landscapes, snow-capped Khangchendzonga mountain ranges, pristine Khecheopalri Lake and tranquil monasteries like Tashiding Monastery that fill the mountain air with strong spiritual vibes. Lachung, Sikkim - Lachung in Sikkim lures travellers with its beautiful apple orchards and dense pine forests. The emerald waters of the Lachung river and tourists spots like Gurudongmar Lake, Lachen, Seven Sisters Waterfall, and Naga Waterfalls make this place a page out of a fairy tale. For those couples who yearn for the best candid and post-wedding pictures with extraordinary backdrops, Lachung is the go-to-place! Shillong, Meghalaya - Coveted as the Scotland of the East for its spectacular rolling hills, Shillong is a honeymooners' paradise and one of the most enchanting places to visit in North East India. The amazing weather of Shillong guarantees a romantic start to one's married life. The prime attraction of the city is the placid Umiam Lake where you enjoy a long stroll soaking in the encompassing natural beauty. The milky white waters of Elephant Falls and Nohkalikai Falls forms great backgrounds for picture-perfect photographs.

What are the famous things to do in North East India?

Which are the places to visit in northeast india in winters.

Darjeeling, West Bengal : The city of Darjeeling looks extremely romantic during the winter months (Dec - Feb). During December the temperatures dip to as low as 2 degrees Celsius. However, the actual snowfall happens in the month of January; turning the city stunningly scenic. During the winter months, Darjeeling hosts a number of festivals like Maghe Sankranti, Losar, Sri Panchami or Saraswati puja, Bumchu and many others and gets vibrant with festive fever. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh : The 400-year old Buddhist monastery here is one of the must-visit North East India tourist attractions and is the second largest monastery in the world. The Tawang War Memorial, Nuranang Falls, P.R.Tso Lake, Anni Gompa, and Madhuri Lake are other places that you visit in Tawang. Tawang receives heavy snowfall during the winter months and the snow-clad trekking trails around Tawand are challenging and an adventure seeker's delight.  Ravangla, Sikkim : One of the spectacular Places to visit in North East India to enjoy unobstructed views of the snow-draped Mt. Kanchenjunga, Ravangla has made its way into the trending holiday destinations in North East India for the same reason. Winters in Ravangla is pretty harsh with the mercury hovering around 2 to 5 degrees Celsius; however, the untamed beauty of Nature during the winters months here unparalleled.

Which are the places to visit in North East India for families?

What is the best time to visit north east india, which is the most beautiful state in north east india, what is north east india famous for, is nagaland safe for tourists, which are the best north east tour packages, which are the best meghalaya tour packages, what are the best north east tour packages on thrillophilia.

  • North East Tour Packages From Mumbai
  • North East Tour Package From Delhi
  • North East Tour Packages From Bangalore
  • North East Tour Packages From Chennai
  • North East Tour Packages From Ahmedabad
  • North East Tour Packages From Kolkata
  • North East Tour Packages From Hyderabad

Is June a good time to visit North East India?

Can we visit the north east in june, does it snow in north east india, which day nathula pass is closed, what is the best time to visit shillong, what is the climate of north east india, is north east good for honeymoon, is it safe to visit north east india, which month is best to visit in the north east.

Embark on this perfect honeymoon in Sikkim

Trending in North East India

North east india travel guides.

15 Hill Stations in North East For A Vacation in {{year}}

Popular Related Destinations

Himachal Pradesh

Best Domestic Packages

Best international packages, domestic honeymoon packages, international honeymoon packages, places to visit in india, international places to visit, things to do in india, international things to do, popular on thrillophilia.

  • We assure the privacy of your contact data.
  • This data will only be used by our team to contact you and no other purposes.

Your enquiry has been received successfully. Our destination expert will reach out to you soon!

Tale of 2 Backpackers

Best Northeast India Travel Guide – Things to Know Before You Go (FAQs Answered)

Northeast India , Featured

Northeast India Travel Guide

Last Updated on: Jul 16, 2023  

This is the place for those who want to go a little off-the-beaten-track. For travel to Northeast India is definitely going to be one of the most amazing experiences of your life. Here, the landscape is as varied as the culture. It is a land full of surprises. Jaw-dropping sceneries, the gracious hospitality of the locals, the diverse traditions and culture along with a rich history and the eco-friendly way of life have made Northeast India one of the most unique and special travel destinations in India .

Northeast India is undoubtedly one of our favourite destinations and we keep going back there whenever we can. We have been often asked by our readers about Northeast India Tourism and travel. The result of all such questions is this article, the comprehensive Northeast India travel guide where we have tried to answer the travel related queries and have given important tips regarding travel to Northeast India.

Sela Lake Tawang

Northeast India travel has never failed to surprise us. Be it chasing the clouds and waterfalls of Meghalaya or attending the colourful festivals of Northeast, each time we visited the land we were overwhelmed by the natural beauty, tribes and culture of the northeast Indian states. And the best thing is that Northeast India is one of the few places where the people still respect nature and live in perfect harmony with them. Of late, the states of northeast India has come on the tourist map because of various annual festivals like Hornbill , NH7 Weekender, Ziro Music Festival, Sangai, Dambuk Orange Festival and others. But believe me, northeast is much more than these colourful festivals.

You must have understood by now that we love Northeast India. Agni also has his roots in Assam, one of the northeast states. Our first trip to the northeast was in 2012 when we visited Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh . That was the first time I was introduced to this exotic and brazen land that is so rich in history and culture.

Yumthang Chu flowing in the middle of the Valley - Northeast India travel guide

Where is Northeast?

Northeast India consists of 8 states – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim. Earlier the northeast Indian states were known as the Seven Sisters and included Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. It was only in 2002 that Sikkim was added as the member of Northeast Council and became the eight state of Northeast India and is known as the only Brother of the Seven Sister States.

The Indian Prime Minister has also regarded the eight northeast Indian states as the Ashta Lakshmi , which means the eight forms of goodness and wealth.

The 8 northeast states have a common border with foreign countries like Bangladesh, Myanmar, Bhutan, China and Nepal.

Northeast India states only 2% of their border with mainland India and the remaining 98% is linked with international boundary.

Quite obviously, the influence of these neighbouring countries is more in this region than that of mainland India. And so it might also seem that this region is quite different from mainland India as well. The Seven Sister States are connected with the rest of India by a thin strip of land of about 22 km (14 miles) known as Chicken’s Neck of Bengal or the Siliguri Corridor. Nepal and Bangladesh are on either side of the Chicken’s Neck. Sikkim lies on the other side of the Chicken’s Neck.

Northeast India Map with Chicken's Neck - Northeast India travel guide

A Very Brief History of Northeast India

I believe that a place and its people cannot be fully understood if we do not know its history. So here is a little bit of history about the land.

Northeast India is considered to be a Neolitic enigma for the archaeologist. The area is yet to be mapped and documented in a proper way by the archaeologists mainly because of the wild forests and rugged terrains that make excavation difficult. It is now known that the Neolithic life in the region dates back to at least 6000 years !

Coming back a little later in time, the Ahom kingdom was established in the Brahmaputra valley in the first half 13th century by the Shans who had migrated from Upper Burma. The Ahoms were the undisputed rulers in the region for almost 600 years and even the Mughals were unable to invade the region.

The Mughals tried to capture the Ahom kingdom time and again and failed miserably each time. They tried for the last time in the Battle of Saraighat in 1671 when the Mughals were beaten by the Ahoms.

Old map of Ahom Kingdom

However, with time, the might of the Ahom rulers waned and in 1818, disturbed by the repeated Burmese invasions, the Ahom King requested the assistance of the British East India Company to teach the Burmese a lesson. The British East India Company fought the war and defeated the Burmese resulting in the Treaty of Yandaboo , by which the Burmese agreed to withdraw from Assam and the Ahom Kings ceded a part of their territory to the British East India Company. This is how the British finally entered the Northeast region. Till 1947, the northeast region faced the expansion of the British rule along with social, economic and political changes in the region.

At that time, all seven states did not exist. Assam existed as a large land region and was known as the Assam province. Later the hill kingdoms of the Khasi and Jaintia were annexed and hilly areas like the Lushai Hills (Mizoram) and Naga Hills (Nagaland) were added to the Assam Province.

Assam annexation to British India in 1838

After the Indian independence, the northeast region consisted of the Assam province and the princely states of Manipur and Tripura. The first state to be carved out of Assam was Nagaland in 1963. Later Meghalaya became a separate state in 1971 and Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram were carved out of Assam in 1987. Sikkim was once a princely kingdom and was annexed to India in 1975. Later in 2002, Sikkim was made a part of the Northeast Regional Council.

The northeast India had always been a part of major and minor trade routes from India to various other countries like Tibet, Myanmar and China.

That was quite a bit of history lesson. Now let us delve into all the necessary and relevant information about Northeast India trip that nobody had told you before.

Vantwang Waterfall in Thenzawl Mizoram - Northeast India travel guide

Northeast India Travel Guide

Northeast India is still considered remote and difficult terrain. The roads are a bit difficult and there is a lot of space for improvement of the infrastructure. As for the accommodations, you will get good hotels and resorts in the main cities. Homestays are also available. You can check Cozycozy to look for stays in the main tourist destinations. The remote areas, however, has basic stay options.

What the region lacks in luxurious comfort is totally fulfilled by the stunning and virgin landscapes, friendly locals and the vibrant culture. No two states in the Northeast are the same. You will find a variety in every state, every part of the region. It is like visiting a different place in every single state of the northeast. You might be tempted to call it the hidden utopia of India.

However, if you are planning a Northeast India travel and a visit this untouched paradise of India, there are certain facts and things you must know before your Northeast trip. So if you are thinking of adding Northeast India in your India guided tour , then simply read on!

What is the best time to visit North East India?

The best time to visit the northeast region is from October to mid-May. This is the dry period though you can get occasional showers in this time as well. Due to its varied geography, the temperature of the region varies drastically depending on the altitude. The northern part is influenced by the Himalayas and the temperature usually remains cold. Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim are mostly influenced by this and have a colder climate.

The summer temperature in the hilly areas remains around 15 to 20 degrees while it can go to subzero during the winters. The higher altitudes of Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim often witness snowfall in the winters.

The plains of Assam, Meghalaya and Tripura have warmer climates. In summer, the temperature ranges from 30-35 0 C and about 20 0 C in the winters. The hilly areas of Nagaland and Mizoram have a cooler temperature.

The monsoon in Northeast India can be quite heavy with torrential rains in most of the areas. The monsoon coincides with the summer season and is from June to September. The latter half of May can also witness rainfall. Monsoon is not a very good time to visit the region as landslides are common during the monsoon. Roads can also be disrupted during the monsoon.

Umiam Lake or Barapani - places to visit in Meghalaya - Northeast India travel guide

However, Meghalaya is a good place to visit during the monsoon. Meghalaya is one of the wettest places on the earth with Mawsynram receiving the highest rainfall in the world. We had visited Meghalaya in August and had a great time chasing the rains and waterfalls of Meghalaya.

I would not say the same thing about Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Sikkim. Landslides in monsoon are very common in Sikkim and Arunachal. Sometimes, you can be stuck for a day due to landslide and bad roads in Arunachal. The Brahmaputra plains of Assam gets flooded every year in the monsoon and hence best avoided during this time.

How do I get permits for Northeast India?

To visit some of the Northeast India states, you need to get an Inner Line Permit (ILP) for Indian nationals. Foreign tourists also need ILP and Protected Area Permits (PAP) or Restricted Area Permits (RAP) for visiting the northeast India states. These permits are required because of the strategic and sensitive positions of these states as they share their border with other countries. However, in recent days, the government of India has relaxed some of the rules of ILP and PAP to promote Northeast India tourism.

There are some places which are completely off bound to both Indian and foreign tourists while in some places, foreign tourists are not allowed. Here I will provide the information about each of the states.

Arunachal Pradesh : ILP is required for Indian tourists and PAP for foreign tourists.

Assam : No ILP and PAP is required to visit Assam

Manipur: ILP is not required for Indian tourists visiting Manipur. However, wef January 2020, the ILP system came into effect in Manipur. The process and procedure to obtain ILP for Manipur is still not clear. I will update it as soon as we come to know about this. Foreigners do not require PAP to visit Manipur.

Meghalaya: No ILP and PAP is required to visit Assam

Mizoram: Indian tourists require an ILP to visit Mizoram. Foreign tourists do not require any PAP to enter Mizoram.

Nagaland: Indian tourists require an ILP to visit Mizoram. Foreign tourists do not require any PAP to enter Mizoram.

Sikkim: Indian tourists do not require ILP to visit Sikkim except certain areas like North Sikkim, Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass, Menmecho Lake, Singalila area and Dzongri area. Foreign Tourists require a permit to enter Sikkim. This permit can be readily obtained at the Melli and Rangpo border-crossing checkpoint on producing valid Indian Visa. Foreigners are not allowed to visit Gurudongmar Lake in North Sikkim, Baba Mandir and Nathula Pass in East Sikkim. For Tsomgo Lake, Yumthang, Chopta Valley, foreign tourists require PAP. Trekking permits are required for trekking in Singalila, Dzongri and Goechela area.

Tripura: No ILP and PAP is required to visit Assam

For getting an ILP, you generally require a photo identity proof, an address proof and a photograph. The cost of ILP varies from state to state. You can read all the information needed for getting an ILP for Northeast India states here.

How do I get to Northeast India?

Guwahati in Assam is the gateway to Northeast India. Guwahati is well connected by flights and trains from all the major cities in India. From Guwahati, you can visit all the Seven Sisters by either by air or by road. There are overnight bus services to reach the Seven Sister states from Guwahati.

Reaching Sikkim is comparatively easier. Sikkim now has an airport at Pakyong, but the number of flights to Pakyong is quite less. It is better to fly into Bagdogra in West Bengal and then travel to Gangtok in Sikkim. You can also travel by train to New Jalpaiguri Railway Station (NJP) and then travel to Sikkim.

Train service is available in Assam and Tripura and you can reach to various parts of these states by train.

How to get around Northeast India?

Shared jeeps and sumos are available in all the 8 Northeast India states for getting around different towns and villages. Bus services are also available at some of the states, however, you will not find Volvo bus services to reach each state. For a Northeast India trip, you can either go for a booked tour or can backpack across the region on shared vehicles.

Roads on the way from Guwahati to Tawang - Northeast India travel guide

Before planning your Northeast India trip, you have to keep in mind the distances between two destinations and the conditions of the roads. The roads in most parts of Northeast India are not in a very good state, especially in parts of Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Mizoram. Even the remote areas of Meghalaya have bumpy roads.

In general, the roads in Assam, Meghalaya and Tripura are in good condition and quite smooth . We had done a bike trip across Meghalaya a few years back and found the roads to be quite good. Assam and Tripura, too have nice roads. The road conditions in Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Sikkim leaves much to be desired. Most of the roads are in sorry conditions and you will generally have a bumpy ride. However, these states have a robust sumo system, especially Mizoram and Sikkim that can connect to every part of the state.

How to reach Shillong from Guwahati - Northeast India travel guide

Getting around Tripura is comparatively easier because of the availability of train services. Local buses are also available that can take you across the main towns and places of attractions.

How is the infrastructure in Northeast India?

The infrastructure in Northeastern states has improved a lot in the present years. Roads are being built and electricity has reached most of the villages. However, the remote areas are still lacking in these basic facilities. In general, Meghalaya has proper roads, hotels for tourists, electricity in the villages and other basic amenities. However, when we had visited Mawlyngot , we found a village that could be only reached by climbing down almost a thousand stairs from Mawlyngot. The villagers are used to climbing up and down for their daily needs. There are other such remote villages all over Northeast states.

Mobile network and wifi are good in the cities and the capitals of the states. But once you venture to the remote areas, mobile network invariably fails. We hardly got Vodafone connection in Basar, Mawlyngbna and even in some remote parts of Sikkim like Martam . You will probably get BSNL connection in these remote areas. But it would be foolhardy to expect good wifi in these areas. Poor mobile connectivity is a blessing in disguise for these areas. These are the places where you can enjoy nature and the landscape to the fullest. The joy of missing out on the worldly news is great in these areas.

Where do I stay in Northeast India?

Hotels are available in main cities and the popular tourist destinations of Northeast India. You will get luxury hotels with a high standard of service in big cities like Guwahati, Shillong and Gangtok. These places have witnessed tourism for a long time and so are more developed. Of late, accommodation options have increased with the increase in tourism in Northeast India. Now places like Majuli , Cherrapunjee,  Kohima, Tawang, Tura in the Garo Hills have hotels of various categories. Resorts have also come up in a few areas like Cherrapunjee, Tura, Langkawet and many tourist spots in Sikkim.

Lakeside Resort Langkawet - Northeast India travel guide

But if you choose to visit the offbeat destinations, then expect basic accommodation. Hotels, if available will not be luxurious ones and often the standard of service is not up to the mark.

We, however, recommend you to stay at homestays when you visit Northeast India. Homestays are the best way to experience the lifestyle of the locals. Infact, the locals are very friendly and welcome you with open arms as well as hearts. We had the most amazing stays in homestays at Martam and Dzongu (Sikkim), Mawlyngot, Cherrapunjee and Tura in Meghalaya and at Basar in Arunachal Pradesh.

Homestay at Dzongu in Sikkim

In fact, most of the remote and offbeat areas in Northeast India rely on homestays for accommodation and hospitality. These places do not have hotels. The locals have developed community-based tourism and have opened their homes for the tourists. We would always recommend you to stay at homestays. Not only will you get an awesome experience, but you will also do your bit to help the locals to boost their economy.

Mizoram has a great network of Government-run tourist lodges in all the major locations. Those are the best places to stay in Mizoram.

Hmuifang Tourist Lodge Mizoram tourism - Northeast India travel guide

Where to visit in Northeast India?

Northeast India is an unexplored paradise in India. To be honest, the region does not have many architectural masterpieces that you can find in rest of India. Apart from Sivsagar in Assam and Kangra Fort in Manipur, there are hardly any architectural gems. But what Northeast India lacks in architecture, it fulfils in its surreal landscape, colourful festivals and the diverse tribes.

As I had mentioned before, each of the states is different from the other. While you can explore the Buddhist monasteries and way of life in Sikkim and parts of Arunachal Pradesh, the tribal life of Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh are fascinating. While Tripura boasts of a rich heritage in its archaeological sites like Unakoti, Chabimura and Pilak, Mizoram stuns with its stunning vistas. Meghalaya is in its own world of clouds and rains, while the river plains and rural beauty of Assam are totally bewitching.

It would be very difficult for me to write down about all the places that you can visit in Northeast India. I have taken each state and have written briefly about the places you can visit. For more details about these places, you can read individual blogs.

Arunachal Pradesh

Zig zag roads towards Tawang - Northeast India travel guide

Arunachal Pradesh is the easternmost state in the country and it is said that the first rays of sun fall at Dong in Arunachal . The place is captivating with its mountain ranges, captivating valleys, vast forest cover, exotic wildlife, unexplored trails, Buddhist monasteries and an incredible cultural variety. There are 26 tribes and more than 100 sub-tribes in Arunachal Pradesh . The eastern and central part of Arunachal is mainly influenced by animist traditions. They are the worshippers of Sun and Moon God – Donyi Polo and Abo-Tani. The major tribes in this region are the Apatanis, Adi, Akas, Galos, Mishmis, Nyishis and Thangsos. The western part of the state has Monpa population and they mainly follow Mahayana Buddhism.

Places not to be missed in Arunachal Pradesh

Tawang circuit: The main destination is Tawang and you will also visit Bhalukpong, Bomdila, Dirang on the way.

Ziro and Mechuka circuit: This is where you will see the tribes of Arunachal Pradesh – Apatani, Adi, Galo, Nyishi and Mishmis. Along with Ziro and Mechuka, also visit Dapoiji, Along and Pasighat.

Trek to the Namdhapa National Park .

Bascon, basar, Arunachal Pradesh Tourism - Northeast India travel guide

How to reach Arunachal Pradesh?

There are no direct flights to Arunachal. The nearest airport to Itanagar, the capital city is Lilabari in Assam. From Itanagar, eastern and central Arunachal is easily accessible. Similarly, if you want to visit Tawang then the nearest airport will be Tezpur in Assam.

Trains are also available from Guwahati to Silapathar, Naharlagun and Dibrugarh, which are the nearest entry points to Arunachal Pradesh.

Assam Tea Garden

In Assam, the Brahmaputra river not only dominates the landscape but also the lives of its people. Both the environment and culture of Assam is shaped by the Brahmaputra River. Assam is famous for its tea gardens, wildlife, its countryside and the Assamese Silk.

Places not to be missed in Assam

Guwahati: The largest city in Assam is also the largest city in Northeast India. The city being the gateway to the other six states is also famous for its temples and attractions.

Wildlife of Assam: Your visit to Assam cannot be completed without a visit to Kaziranga National Park that is famous for one-horned rhinoceros. Wildlife enthusiasts should not miss visiting Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Manas National Park , Hoollongapar gibbon Sanctuary, Nameri National Park and Dibru Saikhowa National Park.


Majuli: This is the largest river island in the world also famous for its Satras, the monastic traditions started by Sri Shankaradeva. Know more about Majuli here.

Sivsagar: The place where the Ahom kings ruled is known for the Shivadol, the temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Haflong: The only hill station in Assam is also known for the curious case of Jatinga birds .

Sunset at Brahmaputra River in Guwahati

How to reach Assam?

Guwahati in Assam is well connected by flights and trains from the major cities of India. Assam also has domestic airports in Jorhat (nearest to Majuli), Dibrugarh (for visiting Sivasagar, Digboi), Silchar, Tezpur and Lakhimpur.

Manipur literally means the land of jewels. The state is absolutely beautiful with stunning landscapes, gentle rolling hills, emerald green valleys and the dark misty mountain ranges. The Loktak Lake is the only floating national park in the world and the place is known for the elusive Sangai Deer, found only in this region. The modern-day polo also has its roots in ‘Sagol Kangjei’ , a traditional sport in Manipur. The state is also famous for the captivating and charming Manipuri dance.

Places not to be missed in Manipur

Imphal: The capital city is charming in its own way.

Loktak Lake & Moirang: The largest floating national park in the world and also the habitat of the Sangai deer.

Ukhrul: Known for its natural beauty, caving and trekking.

How to reach Manipur?

Reaching Manipur is easy. Direct flights to Imphal are available from the major cities of India like New Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati and Hyderabad. You can also reach Guwahati and then take a bus to Imphal.

Nohkalikai Falls Sohra Meghalaya

Hidden between the hills of the lower Himalayas, Meghalaya is the place between the heaven and earth, where the clouds dwell. Meghalaya is perhaps closest to Guwahati. It takes only 3-4 hours to reach Shillong from Guwahati. The roads are also smooth. Perhaps this is the reason why Meghalaya is relatively famous on the tourist map than the other remote states. Meghalaya is known for its rainfall and rock music. But the place is

much more than that. Waterfalls, nature, sacred groves, crystal clear rivers, living root bridges , natural caves and picturesque villages abound in the state and they will simply mesmerize you.

Nongriat Double Decker Root Bridge

Meghalaya is the home to three tribes – Khasis, Garos and Jaintias. Each of the tribes has their own distinct culture and traditions. The Khasis occupy the Khasi hills of central Meghalaya; Garos occupy the western Garo Hills while the Jaintias occupy the Jaintia hills of eastern Meghalaya. The common trait binding all three communities is its matrilineal system in which the family linage is taken from the mother side.

Places not to be missed in Meghalaya

Shillong: The capital city is known for its quaint cafes, NH7 Weekender Music Festival, lakes and Jadoh, a traditional Khasi dish.

Cherrapunjee: The place of eternal beauty known for its waterfalls and natural caves. Cherrapunjee cannot be described in a line. You need to head over to this post on Cherrapunjee to know more.

Wei Sawdong Waterfall Cherrapunjee

Mawlynnong: This quaint village is the cleanest village in Asia.

Dawki: Located near the India-Bangladesh border, Dawki is known for the crystal clear waters of Umngot River .

Tura: Tura is the headquarters of Garo Hilla and you need to visit this place to explore the Garo Hills. You can visit Nokrek Reserve, Siju caves and the beautiful waterfalls.

Shnongpdeng Jan 18 255

How to reach Meghalaya?

Meghalaya is easy to reach. You can fly into Shillong. You can also reach Guwahati and take shared sumo to Shillong. It takes only about 4 hours to reach Shillong.

Night view of Aizawl city

Mizoram is also known as the land of blue mountains after Phawngpui Peak , the highest peak in the state. Mizoram is perhaps the remotest state of India and hardly sees any tourists. Mizoram is covered with lush green forests, mountain peaks covered with a blue haze and a colourful culture. Mizoram is also famous for caving activities.

Places not to be missed in Mizoram

Aizawl: The capital city is a quaint town sitting by the Durtlang Hills known for its churches and memorials.

Champhai: The border town is also known as the Rice Bowl of Mizoram. You can visit the Rih Dil Lake from Zokawthar, about 20 km from Champhai. The Rih Dil is the most important lake for the Mizos, however, it lies in Myanmar. Champhai is also famous for its vineyards and wines.

House in a paddy field in Champhai

Thenzawl: This is the handloom centre of Mizoram and Thenzawl is also known for its waterfalls and lush landscape.

Reiek: Trek to the Reiek Peak and enjoy the great views of the valleys.

Reiek Peak Mizoram Tourism

How to reach Mizoram?

You can fly into Aizawl, which is connected to most of the major cities of India. From Guwahati, you can take an overnight bus to reach Aizawl, but the journey is going to be a long one. You can also take shared sumo from Silchar in Assam.

The land of the Nagas is undoubtedly the wild east of India. Known for fierce warriors and hunters who have been eulogized by the folk songs, Nagaland is the home to 16 tribes . Each tribe can be distinguished by their own colourful costumes and jewellery and beads they adorn. Nagaland is brought on the tourist map of India by the annual Hornbill Festival held in December.

Places not to be missed in Nagaland

Kohima and around: The capital city Kohima is beautiful in its own way.

Khonoma: Khonoma is known for its greenery, beautiful landscape and unspoilt nature.

Mokokchung: One of the liveliest districts of Nagaland, Mokokchung is the home to the Ao Naga tribes.

Mon: Mon belongs to the Konyak Nagas, the fascinating and brave head hunters of yesteryears.

Dzukou Valley: A short and beautiful trek through the lush Dzukou Valley.

How to reach Nagaland?

Dimapur in Nagaland has both an airport and a railway station. Dimapur is connected by flight from the major cities of India like New Delhi, Kolkata and Guwahati. Trains to Dimapur run from Guwahati. Kohima, the capital city is about 70 km from Dimapur. You can also take an overnight bus from Guwahati to Dimapur/Kohima. But be prepared for a long and bumpy ride.

Frozen Gurudongmar Lake, North Sikkim itinerary

Sikkim has been added to Northeast India states only in 2002. Sikkim lies on the other side of the Siliguri Corridor or the Chicken’s Neck. Sikkim is definitely a more popular tourist destination, perhaps because it is relatively easier to reach. Sikkim has a charm of its own . One of the smallest states in India, Sikkim is nestled in the eastern Himalayas with the Kanchenjunga ranges looming over its landscape. The Sikkimese considers the Kanchenjunga as their guardian deity .

Sikkim is an adventure enthusiast’s delight. The state has some of the best and unexplored trekking trails. The Goechela trek is one of the best high altitude Himalayan treks where you can see as many as 14 summits.

Sikkim is divided into 4 district – east, west, north and south. Tourism in Sikkim can also be divided accordingly.

Rabong Monastery Ravangla Sikkim

Places not to be missed in Sikkim

East Sikkim: Gangtok , Aritar, Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass and the Silk Route.

West Sikkim: Pelling, Pemyangtse, Tashiding and Yuksom.

North Sikkim: Lachen, Lachung, Gurudongmar Lake , Yumthang Valley and Dzongu .

South Sikkim: Ravangla, Namchi and Temi Tea Garden.

Trmi Tea Garden Sikkim

How to reach Sikkim?

The nearest international airport to Gangtok is at Bagdogra near Siliguri in West Bengal. The nearest Railway station is at New Jalpaiguri near Siliguri. You can take shared vehicles and well as rented ones from Bagdogra, NJP or Siliguri to Gangtok.

Recently, Pakyong Airport has been opened at Gangtok. But flights to this airport are not regular yet.

Neermahal in Melaghar Tripura

Tripura tucked away in a corner of the seven sister states was once a princely state. And the magnificence of the kings can be still seen in the building, roads and even in the people of Tripura. The princely state of Tripura never came directly under the British rule and acceded to the Indian Union in 1949. The state has a unique combination of nature, history and wilderness.

Places not to be missed in Tripura

Agartala: The capital city has a charm of its own. The grand Ujjayanta Palace standing right in the middle of the city is a testimony to the royal past of Tripura.

Ujjayanta Palace

Udaipur: Not to be mistaken with Udaipur of Rajasthan, this place is also known for its lakes and temples.

Melaghar: Known for Neermahal , the exquisitely beautiful summer palace of the Tripura kings.

Unakoti: The place is known for its bas-relief structures on the face of the mountain ranges. Unakoti is shrouded in forests and vegetation has interesting mythology behind it.

Unakoti - Tripura tourism

Chabimura: One of the hidden gems of Tripura, Chabimura is known for the image of Devi Chakrama on the rock face of the mountain beside a river.

Image of Devi Chakrama in Chabimura Tripura

Pilak: One of the important archaeological sites of Tripura.

Jampui Hills: Enjoy the nature and serenity at this hill station of Tripura.

Dumboor Lake: The largest lake in Tripura, the place is an absolute beauty for the eyes.

Dumboor Lake in Tripura

How to reach Tripura?

Agartala is well connected by flights from the major Indian towns. Agartala also has a railway station that is connected with trains from Guwahati, Silchar and Sealdah.

Northeast India travel is like reading a good book. They don’t reveal their secrets at once.

The People of Northeast India

Phodong Monastery - North Sikkim

I have always believed that a place can be best understood through its people. But before visiting northeast India, we would recommend you to learn something about the tribes and locals of the place. The tribal communities usually have a different lifestyle, food habits, rituals and traditions. Respect their traditions and lifestyle. You will be able to enjoy your trip in a much better way if you do so.

Having Chee at Lachen in North SIkkim

For example, while travelling in Sikkim, the popular tourist destinations like Gangtok and Pelling have amenities catering to the facilities of the tourists. But when we visited Dzongu, the Lepcha Reserve in North Sikkim , we found that the locals there are early risers and have their lunch by 10.30 and dinner by 7.30 pm. Our host wanted to change the rules for us, but we decided to have food with them. This made our hosts extremely happy and we spent some of the best times in Dzongu.

The people of Northeast India are very warm and friendly. They can go out of the way to help you and make you comfortable. Our guide in David Scott Trail was a shy young boy. Once he was comfortable, he was full of stories and anecdotes about Meghalaya and the Khasi Hills.

Wildlife of Northeast India

Elephant at Manas National Park - Northeast India travel guide

Northeast India has one of the highest forest covers in India. Quite naturally, the region rich with natural splendour is also the home to abundant flora and fauna. The wilderness of the region also adds to its aura and those who have a penchant for wildlife would not be disappointed. There are many national parks, wildlife sanctuaries in Northeast India that are home to many endangered and exotic species of animals.

If you are looking for tigers, you will not find it here. What you will find here is the endangered one-horned rhinoceros. Almost 2/3 rd of the rhino population in the world are found in this region. Kaziranga National Park, Manas National Park, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary in Assam are the home to these one-horned rhinos.

Arunachal Pradesh is one of the rare places where seven types of wild cats are found – tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, snow leopard, leopard cat, marbled cat and the golden cat. Namdhapa National Park and Mouling National Parks are the best places for wildlife.

Keibul Lamjao National Park is the world’s only floating National Park and is the home to the e ndangered Sangai deer or dancing deer of Manipur .

Hoolock gibbons are found in abundance in Nokrek Biosphere Reserve in Meghalaya, Hoolongapar Wildlife Sanctuary near Jorhat in Assam, Murlen National Park in Mizoram, Trishna WLS and Sepahijala WLS in Tripura. Tripura is also the home to the cute looking Phayre’s Langoor or the Spectacled monkeys . Nagaland is known for its birds – the great Indian Hornbill, Rufous-necked Hornbill, tragopans and many more.

Phayre's Langur in Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary Tripura

Sikkim is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and bird watchers. 30% of all the birds found in the Indian subcontinent are found in Sikkim. There are about 550 species of birds recorded in Sikkim and many of them are endangered. Many endangered animals like the red panda, Himalayan Black Bear, Snow leopard etc are also found in Sikkim.

So if you wish to go for a wildlife trip to Northeast India, you will definitely not be disappointed.

Festivals of Northeast India

Performance of Galo tribe at Basar Confluence at Basar Arunachal Pradesh

Festivals in Northeast India is a mélange of music, dance and colourful costumes. The festivals of northeast India are quite a spectacle to watch. While the Hornbill Festival and Ziro Festival of Music happen to be quite famous, there are many other festivals that are equally interesting and fun to attend. Here I have mentioned only a few festivals celebrated in Northeast India according to the months.

  • Magh Bihu, Assam
  • Dwijing Festival , Assam

Dwijing Festival, Bodoland. Assam Tourism

  • Losar, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Nyokum Yullo, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Chapchar Kut, Mizoram
  • Myoko Festival, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Rongali Bihu, Assam
  • Aoling Festival, Nagaland
  • Mopin Festival, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Dree Festival, Arunachal Pradesh
  • Kharchi Puja, Tripura
  • Pang Lhabsol, Sikkim

Pangtoed Chham at Pang Lhabsol Sikkim

  • Ziro Festival of Music , Arunachal Pradesh
  • Anthurium Festival, Mizoram
  • Tawang Festival , Arunachal Pradesh

Wangala Festival in Tura Meghalaya

  • Raas Utsav, Majuli (Assam) and Manipur
  • Nongkrem Festival, Khasi Hills, Meghalaya
  • Wangala Festival , Garo Hills, Meghalaya
  • India International Cherry Blossom Festival , Shillong
  • Sangai Festival , Manipur
  • NH7 Weekender, Shillong

Kagyed Dance in Sikkim

  • Hornbill Festival, Nagaland
  • Losoong and Kagyed Dance , Sikkim
  • Basar Confluence , Arunachal Pradesh
  • Dambuk Orange Festival, Arunachal Pradesh

Northeast India Travel Tips

A few things that you must remember while visiting Northeast India.

  • Please respect the place, people and their culture.
  • Respect nature and do not disturb the eco-system of the place. The locals live in close communion with nature.
  • Do not judge the local community by their food habits and lifestyle. If you do not like any custom and rituals, stay away from it instead of being vocal about them. These customs are their heritage and they have been living by it since long.
  • The people in Northeast India mainly eat non-vegetarian food. If you do not want to eat it, please let your host or tour agent know about it beforehand. Do not complain about the type of food you get. Do remember, that these are remote areas and your host provides you with the best they can. If you cannot compromise on your food habit, then probably northeast India is not the place for you.
  • While staying in a homestay, please adhere to the house rules. Every community has its own set of rules and it is appreciated if you adhere to them. Live like a local when you are in Northeast India.
  • Finally do not throw garbage and litter anywhere. Most of the villages in Northeast are very clean and they have dustbins placed at various locations.
  • Do not get into fights and altercation with the locals. If anything is bothering you, let your host know it.
  • Dress conservatively while visiting the remote areas.
  • Do not venture out alone in remote areas. Take a local guide with you.
  • Do not bring anything out from the sacred groves and be reverent to these groves. The locals consider these forest areas holy and it is their place for worship as well.

A woman of Bodoland fishing - Assam Tourism

Should I opt for Northeast India Tour Package?

Well, this is one of the most important questions that can come to your mind. Well, if you are young and energetic, have time in hand and do not get frustrated if your travel plans get awry, then you can definitely travel northeast India on your own. While Assam, Meghalaya, Sikkim and Tripura have fairly satisfactory transport and infrastructure, the same cannot be said for the other states. Before you decide you want to travel on your own, keep a few things in mind:

  • The roads are in bad conditions in remote areas. Landslides are common in hilly areas. It may so happen that you get stuck at a remote place and cannot move from there even in a couple of days.
  • The shared vehicles start from its source usually early in the morning. If you miss it, you have to wait for the next day.
  • Your plans can go awry any time in Northeast if there is a roadblock or landslide or some problem in the area. So you need to be flexible in your plans.

However, if you use to take a Northeast India tour package from an operator, then you do not have to think about these problems on the road. Your transfers will be seamless and you need not worry about the getting vehicles from one place to another. Also, you will be provided with a guide who will give you information about the place and people. He can also act as the interpreter between you and the local tribal people. Especially, if you are travelling with family, we would recommend you to take the help of tour operators.

Northeast India Travel Guide (FAQs Answered)

Carrying a raincoat or rain jacket is a must for your Northeast India trip, irrespective of the season you visit. You never know when it can rain there. If you are visiting during the winter, do carry proper woollens like sweaters, jackets, gloves, woollen socks and caps. Carry a good pair of shoes and a pair of flipflops. Do not forget to carry your ILP and PAP (where needed), Identity and Adress proofs and photographs. Foreign tourists need to carry their passport and Indian Visa. Carry a mosquito repellant. You will thank me later!

Northeast India is a fairly remote area. The main cities, mainly the capital cities do have hostels. We have stayed in the hostels in Gangtok and Shillong and they were fairly good in terms of cleanliness and comfort. We had also looked for hostels in Aizawl, Mizoram. The hostels were very cheap, but they were not clean. We also did not see and facility for warm water. However, in Mizoram, the government-run tourist lodges are the best options to stay. I am sure Guwahati also will have proper hostels though we haven’t stayed in any. Do not expect hostels in the remote destinations, especially the villages. Homestays are the preferred accommodation options in those places. Homestays are great ways to experience the local culture.

Different places have different language. There’s a huge variety. Each tribe has many sub-tribes and they have their own dialect. The same language can also have various dialects. However, as a traveller, you need not worry. Most of the people speak English. You will not have any problems with all the main tourist destinations. Only when you visit the remote areas, there can be a language barrier. But I am sure you will find a few in the village who can speak English and will help you.

Pork roast - places to eat in Cherrapunjee

This totally depends on what you want to see and where you want to visit. Our recommendation is not to rush travelling in Northeast India. The place is best enjoyed and experienced if you travel slow. If you wish to visit one state, then 7-10 days will be good to cover the main attractions of that state.

Mobile and wifi connection is available in the main cities, towns and popular tourist destinations. But connectivity is poor in the remote areas.

In this blog about Northeast India travel, we have tried to cover all the important information. If you still have any questions, do ask us by commenting below. You can also send us a mail to [email protected] with your queries.

Northeast India Travel Guide

Resources for Travelling to Northeast India

  • Tawang Travel Guide
  • Majuli – A complete travel guide
  • Meghalaya Travel Guide
  • Offbeat Places to visit in Meghalaya
  • Mizoram Travel Guide
  • Sikkim Travel Guide
  • Tripura Travel Guide

Places to visit in Northeast India

Agni Amrita

Related posts.

Aoling Festival at Nagaland – The Grand Festival of Konyak Nagas

Aoling Festival at Nagaland – The Grand Festival of Konyak Nagas

Konyak Tribe –  In Search of The Tattooed Headhunters of Nagaland

Konyak Tribe – In Search of The Tattooed Headhunters of Nagaland

Garo Hills, Meghalaya – Travel Guide for Your First Time Visit

Garo Hills, Meghalaya – Travel Guide for Your First Time Visit

Phe Phe Falls – Most Jaw-dropping Waterfall in Meghalaya

Phe Phe Falls – Most Jaw-dropping Waterfall in Meghalaya

Siju Cave & Rock Formation – Nature’s Play at Garo Hills Meghalaya

Siju Cave & Rock Formation – Nature’s Play at Garo Hills Meghalaya

Wari Chora – Hidden Paradise in Garo Hills of Meghalaya

Wari Chora – Hidden Paradise in Garo Hills of Meghalaya


Thank You so much for this detailed article on North-east India .

I have visited Gangtok two years back and what an experience ! It was so soothing to mind and body that I can’t express it . I am now planning to visit Assam next . And specially the Kamakhya temple which carry a great history with itself .

On thing I must say that the rich history of Northeast region needs a close attention of both state government and central government . People of India aren’t aware much about the rich culture and history of north-east because of the ignorance of the Government .

Nice pics……. great place …… wanna go ……. very nice description …… thank you for this blog….

Wow. Very detailed and informative. Covers whole north east. Would look forward to specific travel guide for Manipur and nagaland too. Thanks!!

Thank you so much for your kind comment. Blogs on Manipur are coming soon!

Never seen such a wide coverage on seven sisters. You have covered every aspect, so nothing much to ask – just take your baggage and catch the flight. Would love to combine a package tour and my own programme. Thank you. Debasis Mallik

Thank you so much for your comment! Northeast India is a wonderful place. Hope you have a wonderful time there.

I am a passionate travel blogger. I look at your posts regularly and thank you so much that you have shown the places of North East India in such detail. I especially like the location display map. Thank you very much sir for giving this update.

Thank you so much for your kind words. Keep reading our blogs and supporting us.

Amazing North East of India! We had just visited the Meghalaya and covered almost all the places you have listed here.

Thank you Abhi for the comment. Watched your vlog. Its lovely!

Thank you so much for showing me the details of so many things from the North East.I must travel north-east

Thank you so much for our comment.

I am a travel blogger. I found your blog interesting. I appreciate your writing. The author rightly highlighted the favorite destination to visit in the northeast. I personally follow your blog on regular basis for new updates.

Thank you so much for your kind words! Please keep following our blog!

Superb, detailed guidebook to travel the heaven. Thank you so much. I had certain queries, how to get in touch to know more about it?

You can send us a mail at [email protected] or drop a message at Instagram.

Thank you Agni & Amrita. Super detailed, and best guide. Looks like we need a good 2.5 months to cover the entire North East. May I request if you can suggest how can we divide these 7 states in sections for example Assam & Meghalaya can be done in 2-3 weeks & in next trip other two states can be clubbed together etc. Which can give a fair introduction to North East region and quest to visit other places in next trip 😉 ( I am planning for Jan 21 ) Again, Thank you so much for taking these efforts and inspiring us to travel to these gems of India.

Thank you Neha for the lovely comment. Yes, you would need at least 2.5-3 months to cover entire northeast India. I would request you to please drop us a mail with your queries. Thanks again.

You have kind of presented a wholesome introduction and guide to Northeast India. I especially loved the Map showcasing the locations.

Thank you so much Joydeep!

Wow wow wow !! This is the most detailed travel guide anyone can ever ask for…after reading this I don’t think I need to look up anything else before visiting all of North East! Well done! I have been to Sikkim many times since I was born and brought up in Kolkata and totally love Sikkim. Shillong is another favourite, stayed at Ri Kyunjai and was so awesome , the view was to die for. Looking forward to your next blog.

Thank you Anindita!

Looking at the post makes me wanna go and relive all the memories which I had in bits in north east m. There is so much more to just visiting Meghalaya or Assam. Reminds me of my quite days in Imphal .. I wanted to go and attend the Zero and Hornbill festival bit let’s see if this can be done this year or not

I also want to visit the Ziro and Hornbill Festival. Lets plan together!

Wow guys, this is a Northeast India Bible. We love the Northeast and the love started when we took our firs trip together to Meghalaya in 2019 after which we made a pact to travel to atleast one north east state once a year.

Thank you Diana! We have been visiting this beautiful place for long.

This is such a comprehensive guide of entire North East India, we are going to save it definitely. Was searching for something similar for long.

wow man! The blog post is so detailed. Really loved how it has been written. Starting form the maps to history to finally places to see. I have been to only Meghalaya in North East and would love to explore more. Will surely be pinning the blog for my northeast trip

Thanks Nishu! Glad that you liked it!

This is by far one of best, most comprehensive and detailed guides on the North East. Apart from Sikkim, I haven’t been to any other state in the North East and this post has only reignited the travel itch. One of my biggest apprehensions has been the availability of veg food. Some friends returned from Nagaland complaining about going hungry on so many days! The raw beauty of Arunachal and the national parks of Assam are my biggest motivations to visit the NE:)

Thank you Divyakshi. Yes, food can be a problem for vegetarians, but if you don’t mind eating boiled vegetables and rice for a few days, I think Northeast will be just great!

Quite a comprehensive guide for all the 8 states with all the basics covered! Loved how precise and well researched this piece was. I’ve only been to Nagaland in the northeast and the culture uniqueness is astounding. Northeast is one of India’s most beautiful regions and you’ve showcased that pretty well here. Especially the last image that marks the top things to do in each state. Pinned it for later!

Thank you Avantika! I was reading your posts on Nagaland and they are beautiful!

This is most detailed blog on North East India I have ever come across. I now know where I need to look for any information when I’m planning my trip here. Such a great effort guys. You’ll have mentioned every possible detail anyone would require! So commendable.

Thank you so much!

wow this is such a comprehensive guide for North East. I am surely keeping this pinned for my upcoming trip to North East. This is insightful

Thank you Tanayesh!

That is a solid guide that I am bookmarking for my travel – whenever that happens. I have only done one of the 7 states there and was hoping to do one more this year. In particular, I loved the section on the permits coz that info is not that easy to get.

Thank you Ami!

Wow! This is an amazing and comprehensive guide to visiting the North East, Agni & Amrita! Really appreciate the efforts you would’ve out into this for curious travellers like us who are eager to explore that region (especially the ILP guide) 🙂

And the pictures are interwoven well too. Can’t wait for the pandemic to ease out so that we can venture out here 🙂

Thank you so much both of you! Glad that you liked it!

Submit a Comment Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Submit Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed .

Pin It on Pinterest

  • Solar Eclipse 2024

See the 2024 Solar Eclipse’s Path of Totality

A total solar eclipse is expected to pass through the United States on April 8, 2024, giving stargazers across the country the opportunity to view the celestial phenomenon in which the sun is completely covered by the moon.

The eclipse will enter the U.S. in Texas and exit in Maine. It is the last time a total solar eclipse will be visible in the contiguous United States until 2044.

Here's what to know about the path of the eclipse and where you can see it.

Read More : How Animals and Nature React to an Eclipse

Where can you see the total solar eclipse?

The eclipse will cross through North America, passing over parts of Mexico, the United States, and Canada. 

The eclipse will enter the United States in Texas, and travel through Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. Small parts of Tennessee and Michigan will also experience the total solar eclipse.

Much of the eclipse's visibility depends on the weather. A cloudy day could prevent visitors from seeing the spectacle altogether.

north east tour india

When does the solar eclipse start and end?

The solar eclipse will begin in Mexico’s Pacific coast at around 11:07 a.m. PDT. It will exit continental North America on the Atlantic coast of Newfoundland, Canada, at 5:16 p.m. NDT.

The longest duration of totality—which is when the moon completely covers the sun — will be 4 minutes, 28 seconds, near Torreón, Mexico. Most places along the path of totality will see a totality duration between 3.5 and 4 minutes.

Read More : The Eclipse Could Bring $1.5 Billion Into States on the Path of Totality

Where’s the best place to see the total solar eclipse?

The best place to witness the event is along the path of totality. Thirteen states will be along the path of totality, and many towns across the country are preparing for the deluge of visitors— planning eclipse watch parties and events in the days leading up to totality.

In Rochester, NY, the Rochester Museum and Science Center is hosting a multi-day festival that includes a range of events and activities. Russellville, Arkansas will host an event with activities including live music, science presentations, tethered hot-air balloon rides, and telescope viewings.

More Must-Reads From TIME

  • Exclusive: Google Workers Revolt Over $1.2 Billion Contract With Israel
  • Jane Fonda Champions Climate Action for Every Generation
  • Stop Looking for Your Forever Home
  • The Sympathizer Counters 50 Years of Hollywood Vietnam War Narratives
  • The Bliss of Seeing the Eclipse From Cleveland
  • Hormonal Birth Control Doesn’t Deserve Its Bad Reputation
  • The Best TV Shows to Watch on Peacock
  • Want Weekly Recs on What to Watch, Read, and More? Sign Up for Worth Your Time

Write to Simmone Shah at [email protected]

You May Also Like

🏀 WAY-too-early men's hoops Power 36

🐐 VanDerveer announces retirement

⚾️ How Parker Byrd returned to baseball with a prosthetic leg

South Carolina defeats Iowa 87-75 to win national championship and complete perfect season

north east tour india

  • Championship Info
  • Game Program

March Madness

  • 📆 2024 March Madness schedule
  • ❓ How the field of 68 is picked
  • 👀 Best performances in tournament history

north east tour india

Women's Final Four Most Outstanding Players from 1982 to present

north east tour india

Schools with the most DI women's basketball national championships

north east tour india

The 13 highest-scoring individual performances in March Madness women's history

north east tour india

Women's basketball championship history

north east tour india

Best performances in NCAA women's basketball tournament history

Follow march madness women’s championship.

  • Oldest First


With undefeated South Carolina jolted onto an unfamiliar backfoot, coach Dawn Staley looked toward her bench to remedy an early 11-point deficit to Iowa — more specifically, she looked toward Tessa Johnson.

The freshman guard outshone her six-point scoring average all tournament long and was a revelation in relief for the Gamecocks. With a team-high 19 points and three triples, Johnson led South Carolina to a slim halftime lead and a dominant third quarter, helping the Gamecocks claim their second national title in three years, 87-75, and cap off a perfect season.

The role players were rolling from the opening tip, as Kate Martin and Sydney Affolter gave Iowa a quick 7-0 lead, but Caitlin Clark scored 13 in a row from all over the court. The newly crowned AP Player of the Year drained a pair of 3s, was fouled on two more attempts and converted at the rim to give her Hawkeyes a 20-9 lead by the first media timeout. Clark finished with 30 points (10 of 28 shooting), eight rebounds and five assists in her last college game.

Iowa's centers Hannah Stuelke and Addison O'Grady admirably limited star Gamecock post Cardoso to just 2 of 6 shooting in the first quarter, but the Brazilian behemoth partnered with Johnson and inevitably found her opening. Johnson — who led the Gamecocks' 36-0 bench scoring advantage — took up the mantle for South Carolina and its top-ranked defense. The freshman guard poked away a pair of steals, turning each into transition baskets, before Cardoso finished through contact to tie the game at 27.

That top-ranked defense also took exception to Clark's early mastery, and a savvy defensive play from Raven Johnson dispossessed Clark and gave the Gamecocks an easy two points before halftime.

South Carolina bottled up this late-half momentum for a roaring start out of the locker room. Chloe Kitts ensured her spot on the floor with two straight baskets out of the intermission, and Te-Hina Paopao nailed a pull-up jumper to give her Gamecocks a 55-46 lead and force Iowa coach Lisa Bluder to burn a quick timeout. 

Cardoso also hauled a career-high 17 rebounds, leading an overwhelming South Carolina rebounding effort that started to wear on the Hawkeyes. The Gamecocks enjoyed a 24-11 rebounding advantage in the second half, including six offensive boards, and a plus-6 advantage in second chance points helped South Carolina maintain its lead.

Paopao nailed a 3 to begin the fourth quarter, one of her three long-range bombs Sunday, and a familiarly balanced South Carolina scoring attack — seven Gamecocks made at least three field goals — proved too much for a late Hawkeyes rally. 

🗣️ South Carolina closing in on national title, perfect season

The Gamecocks can taste it! After a valiant Iowa fightback cut the Hawkeye deficit to just four, a measured response from South Carolina saw the Gamecocks back up 10 after a Raven Johnson free throw with just 90 seconds to go.

Iowa will look for a miracle comeback, while South Carolina looks for the finishing touches on a 38-0 season.

🚨 Five minutes remaining: Iowa eyeing comeback

➡️ into the 4th: south carolina leads by nine, 🚫 danger zone: south carolina extends lead into double figures.

While the Hawkeyes have hung around admirably throughout the third quarter, an emphatic South Carolina run has the Gamecocks threatening to pull away inside the final 11 minutes. 

Caitlin Clark curbed a tough shooting quarter with a gusty take to the rim, pulling her Hawkeyes within just two, but South Carolina then launched a 3-point shooting barrage. Ashlyn Watkins started the run with a conversion at the rim, but Tessa Johnson and Bree Hall connected from long range to cap off the 8-0 run. 

Johnson continued a stellar afternoon — her 15 points lead the Gamecocks — with a 3-pointer from the left corner, and South Carolina grew its lead to 68-57 with just over a minute left in the third quarter. 

💥 Third-quarter explosion: South Carolina roars out of halftime

After putting a pesky NC State squad away Friday with a dominant 29-6 third quarter, South Carolina looks on course for a similar surge out of the locker room. Chloe Kitts, who was limited to just nine minutes, ensured her spot on the floor with two straight baskets out of the intermission, and Te-Hina Paopao nailed a pull-up jumper to give her Gamecocks a 55-46 lead and force Iowa coach Lisa Bluder to burn a quick timeout. 

6-0 RUN TO OPEN UP THE THIRD QUARTER !! 🐔 55 | 46 🐤 — South Carolina Women's Basketball (@GamecockWBB) April 7, 2024

🚧 Defense to offense: Raven Johnson ends half with big steal and score

In a high-scoring affair that saw each team threatening to crack 50 points, it was ultimately a key defensive play that gave South Carolina some rare separation and a jolt of momentum heading into the locker room. 

Caitlin Clark sauntered up the floor with the ball and a chance to give her Hawkeyes a slim lead entering halftime, but the superstar was ultimately dispossessed by Raven Johnson, who flew down the floor uncontested and converted a layup. Johnson's bucket gave South Carolina a 49-46 lead, erasing a Hawkeye advantage as large as 11.

Here's a look at the complete halftime breakdown for both sides — and stay tuned for a thrilling second half:

Image of South Carolina vs. Iowa stats at halftime

😵‍💫 Back and forth: Iowa, South Carolina trade punches into second quarter

After a 7-0 burst from South Carolina leveled the game at 27, the teams have traded haymakers in a thrilling start to the second quarter. 

Tessa Johnson and Kamilla Cardoso have shouldered the second quarter load for the Gamecocks, scoring all but two of South Carolina's points in the period, and a pair of baskets at the rim for the Brazilian star sandwiched a Tessa triple and gave South Carolina a 36-34 lead.

Everybody say YEAHHHH T3SSA!! 📺 @ABCNetwork — South Carolina Women's Basketball (@GamecockWBB) April 7, 2024

Iowa punched right back, however, as Hannah Stuelke handled a beautiful feed from Caitlin Clark and finished through contact, giving her Hawkeyes a narrow lead entering the second quarter media timeout. 

😤 Tessa takeover: Johnson helps pull the Gamecocks level

👏 to their feet: cleveland crowd applauds clark's magnificent first quarter.

After corralling a loose ball to close out the first 10 minutes, Caitlin Clark received a rousing ovation from a partisan Hawkeye crowd after a nearly flawless first quarter. Clark finished the period with 18 points, including a deep, contested 3-pointer to send Iowa into the first quarter break with a 27-20 lead. 

Kate Martin also contributed an impressive seven-point performance, and Iowa centers Hannah Stuelke and Addison O'Grady have done excellent work containing star Gamecock post Kamilla Cardoso to just 2 of 6 from the field. 

🔥 She's on fire: Clark scores 13 by first media timeout

Caitlin Clark has clearly shaken off her Rust Belt rust since arriving in Cleveland, as after a slow start in Friday's national semifinal the Hawkeye megastar has been nearly flawless against South Carolina. 

The role players were rolling from the opening tip, as Kate Martin and Sydney Affolter gave Iowa a quick 7-0 lead, but Clark has scored Iowa's last 13 from all over the court. The newly crowned AP Player of the Year drained a pair of 3s, was fouled on two more attempts and converted at the rim to give her Hawkeyes a 20-9 lead with 4:45 left in the first quarter. 

Rangeeeee 🎯 @CaitlinClark22 x #Hawkeyes — Iowa Women's Basketball (@IowaWBB) April 7, 2024

🚨 Live in Cleveland: Iowa-South Carolina underway

One of the most anticipated championship bouts in women's college basketball history is officially underway, as South Carolina's Kamilla Cardoso won the opening tip and her Gamecocks secured the first possession. The team is live in Cleveland for up-to-the-minute  updates on stats, scores and more , so make sure to follow along all day long.

Here's a look at the starting lineups for each side:

Image of Iowa and South Carolina's starting lineups

👀 Autumn Johnson previews the game correspondent Autumn Johnson is on the floor with warmups well underway in Cleveland, offering her thoughts on the national championship game set to unfold: 

. @autumnjohnsontv gives us a preview of today's Championship match up and breaks down both teams keys to win. #WFinalFour — NCAA March Madness (@MarchMadnessWBB) April 7, 2024

🤩 All eyes on her: Crowd greets Caitlin Clark ahead of national championship

What projects to be a partisan Iowa crowd made their presence felt more than two hours before tip-off Sunday, as thousands lined up around Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse to catch a glimpse of star Hawkeye Caitlin Clark entering the arena. 

Caitlin Clark arrives at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

South Carolina coach Dawn Staley also arrived to a warm reception, and all the stars are in the building for a thrilling national championship clash.

📊 Statistical breakdown

Here's how the teams stack up against each other based on past performance:

  • 1800-123-5555
  • Travel Agent? Join Us

Get Travel Triangle in your pocket.

Get your app via sms

Honeymoon Packages

  • Family Packages
  • Holiday Packages
  • Holiday Deals
  • Luxury Holidays
  • Destination Guides
  • Holiday Themes
  • Plan My Holiday

Indian Destinations

  • Uttarakhand

International Destinations

Tour Packages

  • Switzerland

Honeymoon Packages

  • Sikkim - Gangtok - Darjeeling
  • South Africa


Seasonal Packages


Water Activities


  • Inclusions / Exclusions

₹ 28,499/- ₹ 31,318/-

  • 5nights 6days North East Tour

A North East Tour Package To The Abode Of Clouds Rated 4.2 /5 (based on 404 reviews) A North East Tour Package To The Abode Of Clouds

A North East Tour Package To The Abode Of Clouds 6 Days & 5 Nights

A distant view of a gorgeous waterfall in Shillong

The amazing Living Root Bridge in Cherrapunjee

Delight in the beauty of Elephant Falls

Visit the much revered Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati

Variety of colorful flora at Mawlynnong is a sight to behold

Hotel included in package:

  • Shillong (3D)
  • Cherrapunjee (1D)
  • Guwahati (2D)

Starting from:

₹28,499/- ₹31,318/-

Per Person on twin sharing

Price For The Month

TravelTriangle has served 3000 + travelers for Assam

Meghalaya, meaning the “abode of clouds” is a true paradise for nature lovers. This beautiful hill station is home to beautiful, mesmerizing sky, rolling, lush green hills and some really exotic species of orchids. The state is filled with hills, valleys, wonderful lakes, captivating waterfalls, mysterious dark caves, and sacred forests; there is no dearth of tourist places in Meghalaya. You can expect panoramic views, foggy hills, terraced slopes, cascading waterfalls, and serpentine rivers mesmerizing your thoughts. Wards Lake, Lady Hydari Park, Sweet Falls, the Butterfly Museum, Nohkalikai Falls, Mawsmai Cave, Thangkharang Park, Eco Park, Khoh Ramhah, Green Rock Ranch are some major tourist places in Meghalaya. Overall, this overwhelmingly beautiful, green and alive state makes for a perfect holiday destination for everyone and can be thoroughly enjoyed by all!

Shillong, the Rock capital of India, is the place to be if you really want to enjoy the richness of the state, starting from events, sightseeing, recreation, shopping, or unwinding oneself in a pub. The city has a character which can be felt only after exploring the city.

Among our North East India holiday packages , plenty of options are available for you and the most preferred one by the tourists is a trip to Meghalaya. Our North East India travel packages are completely affordable is the best for those who wish to explore North East India. This Meghalaya trip includes the journey to Shillong, Cherrapunji, and Guwahati.

Guwahati: Arrival

  • Sightseeing

Other Benefits (On Arrival)

Arrive in Guwahati and get set for your journey to Shillong by road

At Guwahati airport/station, you will be received and greeted by our representative and from there your journey to Shillong starts which takes around 3 hours. On the way, you stop at spectacular Umiam Lake in Meghalaya which is beautifully encompassed by sylvan hills. After that, you reach Ward’s Lake in Shillong which is situated at the heart of Shillong. Hereafter you visit the Cathedral Catholic Church which is visited and respected by thousands of devotees. After this, you reach your hotel, check-in and spend the rest of your day at leisure.

Cherrapunji: home to one of the highest rainfalls

  • Elephanta Waterfalls
  • Mawsmai Caves

Enjoy the day surrounded by fresh air

Post breakfast, get ready for Cherrapunji, the place well known for one of the highest rainfalls in the world. Hereon you move to Elephanta falls which is also called three steps falls. After this, you visit the Mawkdok Valley, a very prominent sightseeing for tourists. Then comes Nohsngithiang falls, also called Seven sisters falls, as it presents the unity and shared values of the Seven States of North East India. Next comes Mawsmai cave, a major tourist attraction that leaves tourists spellbound. Last destination is Eco Park, which has hybrid and indigenous orchids.

Explore Mawlynnong Village

  • Religious Tour

Welcome to Mawlynnon

Mawlynnong/Mawlynnong Village is located in the East Khasi Hills. This village also goes by the name ‘God’s own garden’ and the winner of the cleanest place in Asia. Move to the Living Root Bridge in the nearby village, Rawai. Next, we move to Dawki in the East Jaintia Hills which hosts Umngot River, one of the clearest rivers in India. You get to enjoy a boat ride in Dawki. To mark the perfect ending to the day, you visit the well-known Cathedral Catholic Church of Meghalaya.

Shillong: Sightseeing

Widen the sphere of your exploration

After having your breakfast, visit the Don Bosco Museum which promotes and protects the tribal culture of the people of North East India. Next is Lady Hydari Park, named after the wife of the first governor of Assam. Shillong peak is the next destination which is located in Upper Shillong. After some time, visit Laitlum Canyons. At last, hit Police Bazar for shopping.

Visit to temples and Cruise ride in the Brahmaputra River

  • Maa Kamakhya Temple
  • Umananda Temple
  • Brahmaputra River

A spiritual experience in Guwahati

Once you are done with breakfast, leave early in the morning for Guwahati. Visit \Kamakhya Temple and Umananda Temple. Next is Alfresco Cruise Ride to give you an unforgettable experience in the Brahmaputra River. Return to hotel for night.

Tirupati Balaji Temple visit

  • Tirupathi Balaji Temple

On the last day of your trip, after breakfast, visit the Tirupati Balaji Temple in Guwahati. Leave for Airport/Railway Station.

Note: Our agents will provide you these or similar hotels depending on availability


Sa-i-mika resort

Sa-I-Mika Rd., Sohra, Cherrapunji , 793108

Trip Advisor

Days 1, 3, 4

The eee cee hotel

The eee cee hotel

Khyndailad, Shillong 793001, India

Sai kripa inn

Sai kripa inn

Maniram Dewan Road | Chandmari, Near Assam Tribune, Guwahati 781003, India

  • pick and drop facility at the airport/station
  • Vehicle for transfer and sightseeing
  • Parking and toll charges
  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis
  • Driver’s allowance
  • And GST and service tax included on the services provided by us.
  • Air/train fare
  • Personal expenses incurred on laundry-liquor-telephone balls-boating-other rides
  • Fee for guide
  • Entrance fee, any additional cost imposed due to any natural calamity
  • Also the cost not included in “Inclusions”.

Your Preferences

Where do you want to go?

FAQs for Assam

Is it safe to stay out till late in meghalaya.

Yes, you can roam the streets and market of Meghalaya late at night. Just follow the same precautions that you would follow at any other place.

When is the best time to visit Meghalaya?

Spring, summer, autumn and winter season is the best time to visit Meghalaya. Rainy season might be too wet but still awesome.

Can I change the hotels for this Meghalaya tour?

Yes, you can change your hotels but you need to inform the travel agent aware of your final decision about hotels as soon as possible.

What to pack for Meghalaya?

Ensure that you pack your winter clothing for the tour because Meghalaya is a hilly area due to which temperature here tends to drop at night. In addition to this, you can contact the travel agent for any query.

Would it be possible to extend this trip to Meghalaya?

Yes, you can extend your trip, but it is advised that you consult with travel agent about this in advance.

650+ Verified Agents

Traveltriangle Verified

Stringent Quality Control

How It Works

Personalise this package.

Make changes as per your travel plan & submit the request.

Get Multiple Quotes

Connect with top 3 agents, compare quotes & customize further.

Book The Best Deal

Pay in easy installments & get ready to enjoy your holiday.

57 Assam Tour Packages

Read on to find out why our customers love us!

Hemabalu's 6 days trip to North East

Tyagrajan's 7 days trip to north east.

Tyagrajan Swaminathan

Avijit's 6 days trip to North East

Kolkata, India

Ghosal's 6 days trip to North East

Ghosal Alivia

Rahul's 6 days trip to North East

Rahul Tulsiani

Rishikesh's 6 days trip to North East

Rishikesh Raorane

Ravindrasingh's 6 days trip to North East


Kashish's 6 days trip to North East

Kashish Khanejo

Saptarshi's 6 days trip to North East

Saptarshi Roy

Sharmila's 6 days trip to North East

Sharmila Palanivelu

Geoffrey's 6 days trip to North East

Geoffrey Dominic

Mayur's 6 days trip to North East

Mayur Tarate

Trmaithili's 6 days trip to North East

Surbhijain's 6 days trip to north east.

Delhi, India

Tanmayee's 7 days trip to North East

Tanmayee Thite

Assam Packages By City

Category Pages

  • Couple Tour Packages
  • Family Tour Packages
  • India Tour Packages
  • International Tour Packages

International Honeymoon Packages

Domestic Honeymoon Packages

  • Kerala Honeymoon Packages
  • Himachal Honeymoon Packages
  • Uttarakhand Honeymoon Packages
  • Goa Honeymoon Packages
  • Andaman Honeymoon Packages
  • Sikkim Honeymoon Packages
  • Europe Honeymoon Packages
  • Thailand Honeymoon Packages
  • Maldives Honeymoon Packages
  • Mauritius Honeymoon Packages
  • Bali Honeymoon Packages
  • Dubai Honeymoon Packages

Duration wise Packages

  • 2 Days Honeymoon Packages
  • 3 Days Honeymoon Packages
  • 4 Days Honeymoon Packages
  • 5 Days Honeymoon Packages
  • 7 Days Honeymoon Packages
  • 10 Days Honeymoon Packages

Theme based Packages

  • Luxury Tour Packages
  • Budget Tour Packages
  • Cruise Tour Packages
  • Adventure Tour Packages
  • Beach Tour Packages
  • Wildlife Tour Packages

Tour Packages

  • Tawang Packages
  • Bomdila Packages
  • Shillong Packages
  • Cherrapunjee Packages
  • Guwahati Packages
  • Kaziranga Packages
  • Tawang Honeymoon
  • Bomdila Honeymoon
  • Shillong Honeymoon
  • Cherrapunjee Honeymoon
  • Guwahati Honeymoon
  • Kaziranga Honeymoon

Assam Tourism

  • We are hiring!
  • Testimonial
  • Travelogues
  • Terms and Conditions
  • Privacy Policy

Corporate Office:

Holiday Triangle Travel Private Limited

Address: Plot No - 52 , 3rd Floor,

Batra House , Sector 32,

Gurugram - 122001 ,Haryana

Landline: 1800 123 5555

Connect with us on :

Payment Options

All rights reserved © 2024

Watch CBS News

What time the 2024 solar eclipse started, reached peak totality and ended

By Sarah Maddox

Updated on: April 9, 2024 / 5:04 AM EDT / CBS News

The 2024 solar eclipse will be visible across North America today. As the moon's position between the Earth and sun casts a shadow on North America, that shadow, or umbra, will travel along the surface from west to east at more than 1,500 miles per hour along the path of totality . 

That means the eclipse will start, peak and end at different times — as will the moments of total darkness along the path of totality — and the best time to view the eclipse depends on where you are located. Some places along the path will have more totality time than others.

In Texas, the south-central region had clouds in the forecast , but it was better to the northeast, according to the National Weather Service. The best eclipse viewing weather was expected in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, as well as in Canada's New Brunswick and Newfoundland.

What time does the 2024 total solar eclipse start?

Eclipse map of totality

The total solar eclipse will emerge over the South Pacific Ocean before the shadow falls across North America, beginning in parts of Mexico. The path of totality , where onlookers can witness the moon fully blocking the sun (through eclipse viewing glasses for safety ), is expected to first make landfall near the city of Mazatlán around 9:51 a.m. MT. 

The total solar eclipse will cross over the U.S.-Mexico border into Texas, where it will emerge over Eagle Pass at 12:10 p.m. CT and then peak at about 1:27 p.m. CT.

In Dallas, NASA data shows the partial eclipse will first become visible at 12:23 p.m. CT and peak at 1:40 p.m. CT. The next states in the path of totality are Oklahoma and Arkansas, where the eclipse begins in Little Rock at 12:33 p.m. CT. 

Cleveland will see the beginning of the eclipse at 1:59 p.m. ET. Darkness will start spreading over the sky in Buffalo, New York, at 2:04 p.m. ET. Then, the eclipse will reach northwestern Vermont, including Burlington, at 2:14 p.m. ET. Parts of New Hampshire and Maine will also follow in the path of totality before the eclipse first reaches the Canadian mainland  at 3:13 p.m. ET.

Although the experience won't be exactly the same, viewers in all the contiguous U.S. states outside the path of totality will still be able to see a partial eclipse. Some places will see most of the sun blocked by the moon, including Washington, D.C., where the partial eclipse will start at 2:04 p.m. ET and peak at about 3:20 p.m. ET.

In Chicago, viewers can start viewing the partial eclipse at 12:51 p.m. CT, with the peak arriving at 2:07 p.m. CT.  In Detroit, viewers will be able to enjoy a near-total eclipse beginning at 1:58 p.m. ET and peaking at 3:14 p.m. ET.

New York City will also see a substantial partial eclipse, beginning at 2:10 p.m. ET and peaking around 3:25 p.m. ET.

In Boston it will begin at 2:16 p.m. ET and peak at about 3:29 p.m. ET.

The below table by NASA shows when the eclipse will start, peak and end in 13 cities along the eclipse's path.

What time will the solar eclipse reach peak totality?

Millions more people will have the chance to witness the total solar eclipse this year than during the last total solar eclipse , which was visible from the U.S. in 2017. 

The eclipse's peak will mean something different for cities within the path of totality and for those outside. Within the path of totality, darkness will fall for a few minutes. The longest will last more than 4 minutes, but most places will see between 3.5 and 4 minutes of totality. In cities experiencing a partial eclipse, a percentage of the sun will be obscured for more than two hours.

Mazatlán is set to experience totality at 11:07 am PT. Dallas will be able to see the moon fully cover the sun at 1:40 p.m. CT. Little Rock will start to see the full eclipse at 1:51 p.m. CT, Cleveland at 3:13 p.m. ET and Buffalo at 3:18 p.m. ET. Totality will reach Burlington at 3:26 p.m. ET before moving into the remaining states and reaching Canada around 4:25 p.m.

Outside the path of totality, 87.4% of the sun will be eclipsed in Washington, D.C. at 3:20 p.m. ET, and Chicago will have maximum coverage of 93.9% at 2:07 p.m. CT. New York City is much closer to the path of totality this year than it was in 2017; it will see 89.6% coverage at 3:25 p.m. EDT. 

Detroit is another city that will encounter a near-total eclipse, with 99.2% maximum coverage at 3:14 p.m. ET. Boston will see 92.4% coverage at 3:29 p.m. ET.

What time will the solar eclipse end?

The eclipse will leave continental North America from Newfoundland, Canada, at 5:16 p.m. NT, according to NASA.

At the beginning of the path of totality in Mazatlán, the eclipse will be over by 12:32 p.m. PT, and it will leave Dallas at 3:02 p.m. CT. The eclipse will end in Little Rock at 3:11 p.m. CT, Cleveland at 4:29 p.m. CDT and Buffalo at 4:32 p.m. ET. Burlington won't be far behind, with the eclipse concluding at 4:37 p.m. ET.

Meanwhile, the viewing will end in Chicago at 3:21 p.m. CT, Washington, D.C. at 4:32 p.m. ET, and New York City at 4:36 p.m. ET. 

In Detroit, the partial eclipse will disappear at 4:27 p.m. ET, and in Boston, it will be over at 4:39 p.m. ET.

How long will the eclipse last in total?

The total solar eclipse will begin in Mexico at 11:07 a.m. PT and leave continental North America at 5:16 p.m. NT. From the time the partial eclipse first appears on Earth to its final glimpses before disappearing thousands of miles away, the celestial show will dazzle viewers for about 5 hours, according to . 

The length of the total solar eclipse at points along the path depends on the viewing location. The longest will be 4 minutes and 28 seconds, northwest of Torreón, Mexico. Near the center of the path, totality takes place for the longest periods of time, according to NASA.

Spectators will observe totality for much longer today than during the 2017 eclipse , when the longest stretch of totality was 2 minutes and 32 seconds.

The moon's shadow seen on Earth today, called the umbra, travels at more than 1,500 miles per hour, according to NASA. It would move even more quickly if the Earth rotated in the opposite direction.

What is the longest a solar eclipse has ever lasted?

The longest known totality was 7 minutes and 28 seconds in 743 B.C. However, NASA says this record will be broken in 2186 with a 7 minute, 29 second total solar eclipse. The next total solar eclipse visible from parts of the U.S. won't happen until Aug. 23, 2044.

Sarah Maddox has been with CBS News since 2019. She works as an associate producer for CBS News Live.

More from CBS News

Bill Nye shares tips for eclipse: "Be in the moment"

Inflation's rising again. Here are 3 smart accounts to open now.

Congress is gearing up for the next funding fight. Will this time be different?

What if mortgage rates don't fall? 3 things buyers can do this spring


  1. 10 Best Places to Visit in North East India 2023

    north east tour india

  2. 6 Nights 7 Days North East India Tour Packages

    north east tour india

  3. Visit North East India

    north east tour india

  4. 10 Best Places to Visit in North East India

    north east tour india

  5. Top Places to be visited in North East India

    north east tour india

  6. 7 Best places to visit in North East India

    north east tour india


  1. North East tour Day 7: Dirang to Tawang

  2. North East tour Day 1


  4. North East tour

  5. North Meets North-East Tour touches Anini, Dibang Valley


  1. North East Tour Packages: Upto 50% Off Deals

    North East India invites you throughout the year to explore its diverse beauty. Each season brings its charm, making our North East India Tour Packages a delightful choice regardless of when you choose to travel. 1. Peak Season: Experience the region's full glory during the autumn and spring.

  2. North East Tour Packages

    Sharing international borders with Bangladesh, Myanmar, Bhutan and China, the region has also incorporated the culture and traditions of these countries, as is depicted in the North East India tour packages. The North East is an amalgamation of natural landscape varieties, with the Himalayas scaling the northern territory and making up for ...

  3. 10 Best Northeast India Tours & Trips 2024/2025

    Find the right tour package for you through Northeast India. We've got 37 trips going to Northeast India, starting from just 4 days in length, and the longest tour is 17 days. The most popular month to go is November, which has the most tour departures.

  4. North East Tour Packages

    North East India travel packages offer amazing accommodation choices at handpicked locations. Thereby, facilitating tourists to easily go shopping and other activities of their choice. Multi-cuisine restaurants are also generously dotted all over, offering delicious meals ranging from authentic local delicacies to continental varieties. ...

  5. Top Northeast Tour Packages, Holiday Packages

    Soumya Kh - Bangalore. We were much happier after this trip northeast travels is the best to go with blindly memories will be reloading all the time. Service : Darjeeling & Sikkim. At Northeast Tour, We offer affordable 4 nights/5 days best Northeast tour packages. Visit us or call us on 09609208888 for any queries.

  6. 6 North East Tour Packages: Now starting from just Rs.21,400

    A lot of factors affect the cost of a North East trip, such as total travellers, trip duration, places you want to visit, choice of transfers and accommodations, etc. On SOTC, you can find North East India holiday packages starting from just INR 21,400. The cost of the North east India trip packages can go as high as INR 1,23,400.

  7. North East India Tour Packages

    Best offers on North East India holiday tour packages at Veena World. Click to book North East India travel packages & get exciting deals on North East India vacation packages! Call. Toll free number. 1800 22 7979. You can also call on: +91 22 2101 7979 +91 22 2101 6969. Chat on WhatsApp

  8. North east india Tour Packages

    Discover Behtareen Bharat with #BharatKiYatra, North East Packages Starting @Rs. 14999 If you are considering a trip to the northeastern part of India, here is a guide to North East packages. North East is a region least explored, most mysterious and arguably the most beautiful parts of the Indian subcontinent. It opens its doors to pristine natural beauty, rare and endangered wildlife and ...

  9. North East Tour Packages

    Thomas Cook India's North East tour packages come in many sizes, from a compact 2 nights and 3 days stay to an all-encompassing 8 nights and 9 days vacation. And with prices ranging from INR 21,400 to INR 1,13,249, this is your chance to enjoy an unforgettable North East tour. With Thomas Cook India, your North East trip will be a hassle-free ...

  10. North East Tour Packages: Explore the Best with Tripoventure

    Discover the captivating beauty of North East India with Tripoventure's North East tour packages.Our meticulously crafted North East India tour packages are designed to offer an immersive experience in this enchanting region. Whether you're planning a family vacation or a solo adventure, our North East tours and travels cater to diverse preferences.

  11. 15 days in North East India

    The biggest Orchid park in the North East belt in India, this park hosts 500 varieties of wild orchids, 132 species of fruits and vegetables, various species of bamboo, cane and other plants. After a tour of the Orchid park, you can head back to Tezpur from Kaziranga and spend the night in Tezpur.

  12. North by Northeast Journeys

    Welcome to India's far East. Over the years, we have actively worked towards facilitating experiential travel which is Active, Interactive and Authentic in its truest form. Our tours of Northeast India include Cycling, Treks & Walks, Motorcycle & Overland, Multi-Activity, Family Adventures, Wildlife, Culture and Youth travel , all of which have ...

  13. Book North East India Tours at the Best Price

    North East India includes Sikkim and seven states, which are referred to as the 'Seven Sisters.' All these seven states, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur, Assam, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh along with Sikkim - are blessed with natural wonders, ethnic tribal groups and distinct historical references.

  14. Why Northeast India is the place to travel right now

    Loktak Lake, one of the largest inland bodies of water in India, is one of the most memorable highlights of the Northeast States. Just an hour from Manipur's capital, Imphal, the landform is known as the 'floating lake' due to the presence of phumdis, large masses of vegetation that float on the lake's surface.

  15. North East Trip 2023: An Ultimate Handy Guide For Holidaying!

    Book packages inclusive of airport transfers, cab, resort, sightseeing, and meals. Gangtok & Darjeeling Tour Package 5D/4N @ Rs 13,000. Plan your trip today! Book Now. Scintillating North-East Family Tour 6D/5N @ Rs 16,065. Get quotes from multiple travel experts. Book Now.

  16. Best Eco-Tour Operator for North East India:Authentic Holiday Experiences

    2023-12-18. Awesome Meghalaya and Kaziranga Trip. We just returned from an Amazing 8 day tour of Meghalaya and Kaziranga with North East Explorers. We covered Shillong, Cherrapunji, Shnogpedeng, Jowai in Meghalaya. Had a great experience with North East Explorers - where Rajeev assisted us right from planning stage.

  17. Northeast India's Local Tour Operator and Holiday Planner

    Paradise Northeast is an Indian Tour & Travel Company which offers customizable tour packages for holidays in Kaziranga, Shillong, Tawang & other north-eastern holiday destination at best prices. It aims to boost the Sustainable Tourism industry in Northeast India.

  18. North East India tour packages

    Tour packages from North East Indian states of Sikkim, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram. ... Book incredible things to do in NorthEast India. Location. From - To. 04/04/2024 - 04/05/2024. Search. 500+ Tours We have completed 500+ curated tours across North East . 99% Happy Travelers

  19. Places to Visit in North East India

    Tourist Places in North East India. Kaziranga National Park, Tsomgo Lake, Yumthang Valley, Cherrapunji, Tawang Monastery, Nathula Pass, Ziro Valley, Gurudongmar Lake, Teesta River, Loktak Lake, Majuli Islands, Gorichen Peak, Sela Pass, and many other beautiful places. Our North East Packages covers major attractions of North East.

  20. North East Tour Itinerary For 7 Nights 8 Days

    North East Tour Itinerary For 8 Days. North East Trip Plan For 8 Days Rated 4.2 /5 (based on 401 reviews) ... Eminently considered as the entry to North-East India, Guwahati is the main city in the state of Assam. Crammed by the river Brahmaputra on one side and the Shillong tableland on the other, this metropolis was once upon a time known as ...

  21. Best Northeast India Travel Guide

    In summer, the temperature ranges from 30-35 0 C and about 20 0 C in the winters. The hilly areas of Nagaland and Mizoram have a cooler temperature. The monsoon in Northeast India can be quite heavy with torrential rains in most of the areas. The monsoon coincides with the summer season and is from June to September.

  22. Solar Eclipse 2024: Path of Totality Map

    Here's what to know about the path of the 2024 solar eclipse as it moves through North America. ... and travel through Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania ...

  23. South Carolina defeats Iowa 87-75 to win national championship and

    It's finally here! South Carolina and Iowa will meet in the 2024 women's basketball national championship game on Sunday, April 7 at 3 p.m. ET. Follow along for everything you need to know ahead ...

  24. 5 Nights 6 Days North East India tour Itinerary

    A North East Tour Package To The Abode Of Clouds 6 Days & 5 Nights. A North East Tour Package To The Abode Of Clouds. 6. Days &. 5. Nights. Customizable. Call Us for details 1800-123-5555. A distant view of a gorgeous waterfall in Shillong.

  25. Total solar eclipse: Where and when it was most visible

    In the US, an estimated 32 million people live within the path of totality and a total solar eclipse was visible for those in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio ...

  26. What time the 2024 solar eclipse started, reached peak totality and

    The 2024 solar eclipse will be visible across North America today. As the moon's position between the Earth and sun casts a shadow on North America, that shadow, or umbra, will travel along the ...