The states of north east are beautiful, unexplored and lovely. Most people who have not lived in north east wont know the magic of these beautiful hills. These states hide within them some of the least explored and the most beautiful natural landscapes in India.
Let’s have a look at some of most beautiful natural wonders of the north east India.
2. Jatinga, Assam
A mystical place in Assam, famous for the phenomenon of birds “committing suicide”.
3. Kaziranga National Park, Assam
A World Heritage Site, the park hosts two-thirds of world’s Great One-horned rhinoceros. A natural wonder that has Wetlands, grasslands and forests. Read more
4. Loktak Lake, Manipur
The largest freshwater lake in north east India, known for circular floating swamps. It is also world’s only floating national park.
5. Sela Lake, Arunachal Pradesh
Located near Tawang this lakes sits on top of Sela Pass, the only high-altitude mountain pass in the world that is motorable, this is an piece of Heaven on earth.
6. Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh
The stunning natural beauty of Ziro Valley will soothe your soul. Come here in September to be a part of an world class Ziro Music Festival.
7. Mechuka, Arunachal Pradesh
A place that stuns your senses with scenic beauty, expansive valleys, mighty snow-peaks, 400 year old Buddhist monastery and glacial lakes.
8. Unakoti , Tripura
Not entirely natural but these ancient rock cut mountains, belonging to 11-12th century A.D with their lush green surroundings and waterfalls are simply unmissable. An open air art gallery in nature.
9. Laitlum Canyons, Meghalaya
A valley with gorgeous green landscapes, gorges and canyons this place is a natural beauty beyond comparison.
10. Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya
One of the most photogenic and fifth largest waterfall in India that takes plunge from green scenic surroundings and forms a clear blue pool below.
11. Living Roots Bridge, Meghalaya
Meghalaya’s root bridges are unique in the world and are a sight to behold. They are natural roots formed into bridges and can support upto 50 people.
12. Dawki, Meghalaya
The water of this river is so clear that the boats seems to be floating above the water. A tranquil place with no pollution! Read More
13. Dzoukou Valley, Nagaland
A valley that reminds you of the fairy tales, with undulating green meadows and virgin mountains.
14. Gurudongmar Lake, Sikkim
One of the most spectacular and the highest lakes in the world, considered scared by the locals- its simply breathtakingly beautiful! Read More
15. Yumthang Valley, Sikkim
The valley of flowers, a paradise for nature lovers where yaks graze in the valleys and millions of primulas and Rhododendrons bathe the landscape in rich colours.