Thursday, June 30, 2011

North East India Tourism

North East India Tourism
The entire North east India was once one political entity, however with the passage of time other states were carved out of it. Earliest recordings of north east India is seen in the writings of the Chinese explorer Chang Kien.

The north east region of India is extremely rich. The people have their own culture and tradition that is distinctly different from other parts of the country. Mother nature has also been kind enough and showered her blessings in plenty on it. Greenery can be seen all around. Moreover another blessing in disguise has been the lack of awareness about the tourism prospect of the region. Very less percentage of people till recently knew about north east India as tourism destination, hence commercialization is within limits. However, the awareness about north east India has been growing and travellers now specially plan a trip to the region to explore its hidden gems.

Assam Tourism
Assam is the largest state of northeast India with its capital at Dispur. Guwahati is its largest city and the base from where travellers explore the rest of the region. The towering mountains and gurgling rivers lend Assam a magnetic charm. Add to this the greenery of tea gardens and you are sure to enjoy a visual treat. Guwahati tourism (Kamakhya temple in particular)is a must but apart from that you should also explore Kaziranga National Park, Manas national Park, Majuli, Sibasagar and Tezpur during your trip. The hotels in Guwahati can serve your accommodation purpose. While in Assam, don't forget to taste the very famous Assam tea. The state produces the largest quantity of tea in the world.

Sikkim Tourism
Mt Khanchendzonga provides the perfect backdrop to this state of north east India. The remoteness of Sikkim has also earned it the sobriquet of the last Shangrila. The spectacular surroundings are the best attraction of Sikkim. You can go for Gangtok tourism or enjoy a sightseeing in Pelling. The western part of the state is known for adventure while the south part has a number of monasteries to explore.

Meghalaya Tourism
Meghalaya or the abode of rainfall has its capital at Shillong which is also one of its most visited destination. Apart from Shillong tourism, you should also explore Cherrapunjee which receives one of the highest amount of rainfall in the world. The beauty spilled by hills, valleys, orchids, rivers, waterfalls make Meghalaya one beautiful destination for tourism.

Manipur Tourism
For Indians, the name Manipur not only brings up images of natural beauty, rather it also draws up images of beautiful Manipuri girls swaying to the very famous Manipuri dance. On your visit to Manipur, don't forget to enjoy this dance form. Other attractions of Manipur include Bishnupur, Kaina, Khongjom, Tengnoupal, Ukhrul, Manipur State Museum, Red Hill, Shree Govindajee Temple, Khwairamband Bazar, Shaheed Minar War Cemeteries, Khonghampat Orchidarium, Manipur Zoological Gardens, Moirang Loktak Lake.

Nagaland Tourism
Tribal tourism is the highlight of Nagaland tourism. You should definitely explore the tribal culture and lifestyle while on Nagaland tourism. Kohima tourism – exploring the capital city is equally fascinating.

Arunachal Pradesh Tourism
How will you feel when you realise that you are in a place that receives the first rays of the sun in India? Indeed special and beautiful! Arunachal Pradesh offers you just that – a beautiful feeling. Places to be visited include Bomdila, Dirang, Itanagar, Tipi, Tezu and Tawang Arunachal Pradesh

Tripura Tourism
Tripura too has a variety of attractions that you can explore on Tripura tourism. You can visit palaces, gardens and temples in destinations like Agartala, Ujjayanta Palace, Neermahal

Mizoram Tourism
Mizoram too offers loads of natural and man made attractions to be explored. You can also undertake tribal tourism in Mizoram. Places to be visited include Aizawl, Tamdil Lake, Champhai, Lunglei Bung and Paikhai.

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