There are a few places which have the power to change your idea of travel. Northeast India is one such region. With awe-inspiring beauty and diverse cultures, the region has been in the midst of conflict for decades. But that hasn’t deterred true travellers from making their way to the beautiful states in the region.
In fact, in the last few years, Northeast tourism is on the rise and sees thousands of visitors every year. Comprising of eight states – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura, exploring Northeast tourism is a life-changing experience for travellers.
One of the biggest reasons that inhibit travellers from exploring Northeast tourism is the lack of transport and high costs. However, if you plan your trip carefully and in advance, you can expect to have a memorable vacation in the northeastern part of the country. Another thing that travellers need to keep in mind when exploring Northeast tourism is the duration of the trip. Since most states are located at a distance and the condition of roads isn’t the best, you will have to plan your trip very carefully and with some buffer time.
Northeast India was popularly known as the Land of the Seven Sisters before the state of Sikkim was added to Northeast Council or NEC. With an intriguing historical past, the region has always been under the spotlight and the vibrant culture and warm local hospitality have only helped in placing Northeast tourism on the tourist map.
Best time to visit North-East is from March to June and October