India's North East consists of seven states aptly known as the
'Seven Sisters' centered on tea land Assam which is the
gateway to North East India. North East India is bordered by
Tibet and Bhutan to the North, Myanmar to the South and East,
Bangladesh and the Indian State of West Bengal to the West.
If you love the serenity of nature and need to relax and
unwind, India's North East is for you. If you yearn for
adventure and excitement and seek the mystique and romance of
exploring wildlife in its true form and natural habitat, there
is no better place. If you are looking for colourful tribes
with their age old customs and traditions India's North East
has the answer.
Imagine yourself by a gushing cascade or a fast flowing
crystal clear rivulet writing a few words to your nearest &
dearest back home ......no guarantee you might get poetic!
How about taking a few drops of rainwater to your nearest and
dearest as a precious gift from the world's wettest spot! Or
how about joining our colourful folk dancers with their
colourful dresses & traditions?!!!
North East----------- Pristine forest cover, unparalleled
biodiversity, colourful tribes, mouth watering healthy and
nutritious cuisine, mystic Eastern Himalayas, endless tea
gardens producing more than 20% of the total world tea,
breathtaking landscape, the mighty river Brahmaputra, the
golden Silk Muga having the GI status, warm and hospitable
North East .....once here in this region you would like to
return again and again....!
have a particular myth about India as a whole, come to North
East India, it will change your perceptions. If you thought
Africa is the only safari region in the world, the National
Parks of Assam will change that.
major population groups and subgroups speaking 400 different
languages and dialects, one can well imagine the ethnic
diversity of North East India. People express themselves in
colourful dresses, dances and festivals all the year round.
region is a tourist's delight offering a wide variety of
tourist interests like wildlife tours, tea tours, river
cruising tours, adventure tours, pilgrimage tours, cultural
and ethnic tribal tours etc. It is possible to stay in a
colonial tea garden bungalow inside a lush green tea garden.
cruise is now available for tourists in luxury vessels on the
mighty Brahmaputra which is one of the 25 longest rivers in
the world with a total length of 2,900 km. The cruise is an
opportunity to see Assam through the river route which was
used prominently by the mighty Ahom rulers for transportation
especially during the decisive battles with the Mughal rulers
of Delhi. Tourists can have breathtaking experiences of white
water rafting with some grade IV rapids along with angling of
Golden Mahseer and Trout fishes in the tributaries of
Brahmaputra in its upper reaches in Arunachal and its border
areas of Assam.
tourists of wildlife and nature, North East India is among the
17 designated bio-diversity hotspots in the world. The region
is home to a large number of endangered plant and animal
species. It is also a treasure house of rare herbs. More than
500 species of Orchids are found in North East India, some of
which are endemic to this region. The National Parks and
Wildlife sanctuaries of the region present endless wildlife
adventures to animal lovers and bird watchers.
East India the very name conjures up a vision-that of bio
diversity, cultural diversity, ethnic diversity, freshness,
vibrant traditions, cool and soothing climate. This is an area
that remained long in isolation; the veil is gradually
lifting, giving an opportunity to the rest of the world to
explore this exotic and unpolluted region.