Explore Northeast

The entire region of Northeast India is one of the popular tourist destinations for offering natural landscapes, including mountains, lakes, evergreen forest covers, teeming wildlife, and mighty rivers. Also known as the Seven Sisters, this region of India houses many architectural sites with great historical importance. This part of the country is the home to many famous wildlife conservation parks such as the Namdhapha in Arunachal Pradesh, Kaziranga National Park, Manas National Park, Orang, Nameri, Dibru Saikhowa in Assam, Balpakram in Meghalaya, Keibul Namjao in Manipur, and Intanki in Nagaland. Encircled by China on the North, Myanmar on the East & South, and Bangladesh on the West, this region circumscribes roughly 2.55 lakhs sq. km of land.

How To Reach

By Air: The entire Northeast has several airports which are well-connected with major Indian cities.

Assam : Guwahati Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport Dibrugarh Airport, Jorhat Airport, Tezpur Airport, Silchar Airport, Rupsi Airport, Dhubri.

Arunachal Pradesh : Donyi Polo Airport, Itanagar, Tezu Airport, Tezu Pashighat Airport.

Meghalaya: Shillong Airport.

Tripura : Maharaja BirBikram Airport, Agartala.

Manipur : BirTikendrajit International Airport, Imphal.

Mizoram : Lengpui Airport, Mamit District, Mizoram

Nagaland : Dimapur Airport, Nagaland

By Road

Several National & State Highways connect various locations of the Northeast with the Eastern and other parts of India. NH 17 connects Assam with West Bengal by which you can enter the Northeast region.

List of state-wise National Highways in the Northeast

Assam – NH 31, NH 37, NH 38, NH 40 and NH 52

Meghalaya – NH 44

Tripura – NH 8

Arunachal Pradesh – NH 52, NH 52A, NH 153

Manipur – NH 102

Mizoram – NH 2 (connects Dibrugarh in Assam with Tuipang in Mizoram)

Nagaland – NH 29 (connects Assam, Nagaland & Manipur)

By Rail

The Northeast is well-connected by railway network with other parts of the country. However, Guwahati Railway Station is the best if you want to explore the Northeast. Here is a list of the state-wise railway heads in the Northeast:

Assam – Guwahati, Dibrugarh, Tezpur, Jorhat, Tinsukia Railways Stations

Meghalaya - Mendipathar Railway Station

Arunachal Pradesh - Naharlagun Railway Station

Nagaland - Dimapur Railway Station

Mizoram - Bairabi Railway Station

Tripura - Agartala Railway Station

Manipur – this state does not have a railway head as of now.

Best Time To Visit

The entire Northeast region is blessed with the unparalleled beauty of nature, making it ideal for traveling all-round the year.


The duration between March to June marks the summer season in the Northeast. The average temperature fluctuates between 10°C to 38°C during summer.


July marks the beginning of the monsoon in the Northeast and lasts until September. The average temperature during monsoon ranges between 9°C to 35°C. The entire region receives heavy rainfall this time.


Winter enters the Northeast in October and lasts until February. The average temperature ranges between 0°C to 22°C here.

Places To Visit

Tripura Img Credit : Sharada Prasad CS on wikimedia

Tripura offers endlessscenic treats to its visitors, including beautiful landscapes, lakes & waterfalls, ancient sites, and royal palaces. Historical buildings, monuments & palaces narrate the untold story of Triupra. Most sought after places in Tripura –Udaypur, Neermahal, Ujyanta Palace, Unakoti Caves, Fourteen Goddess Temple, Raima Valley, and many more.

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Nagaland, is a place with abundant beauty, mystifying hills, and valleys spread everywhere.  It is home to unexplored beauty. The spellbinding landscapes provide you to have a perfect getaway from the hustle-bustle of the city. The place also hosts numerous expeditions and activities which attract adventure seekers from near and far.Kohima War Cemetery, Nagaland State Museum, Dzukou Valley, Doyang River are some popular places to visit in Nagaland.

Mizoram Img Credit : Bogman on wikimedia

Your tour to Mizoram is all about sightseeing, engaging in adventurous activities, and witnessing a blend of culture and hills echoing the myths and legends of the land. Enjoy your tour of this place and be amazed by the sight of 21 hill ranges extending throughout the state. Nature here offers you to witness various lakes, valleys, and rivers. One can visit places likeAizawl, Serchhip, Lunglei, Champhai, Mamit, Saiha, etc.

Meghalaya Img Credit : Kunal Dalui on wikimedia

Different places in Meghalaya offers a wide range of experience depending on the traveler's nature. When you visit this small state, nobody will be left behind as you shall be entertained with plenty of resources, which the region has to offer. Whether you want to indulge in activities like treks, boating, or simply soak in the peaceful ambiance, your wish will surely get fulfilled. Places of attraction in Meghalaya include Shillong, Cherrapunji, Mawlynnong, Dawki, Mawsynram, and many more.

Manipur Img Credit : Mongyamba on wikimedia

This northeastern state offers endless amusement to its visitors. People love to visit locations like Imphal, Loktak Lake, the world’s only floating national park - KeibulKeibulNamjao, Ukhrul, Moirang, Moreh. The crystal clear lakes, and the undulating hills, make this place beautiful, calm, and serene. The moderate climate of this beautiful land makes Manipur a must-visit location. The months between September and April are ideal for visitors as the climate is pleasant during these months offering the best holiday experience.

Assam Img Credit : Utsav Muley on wikimedia

Assam, a state in North-Eastern India, covers an area of 78,438 km. It is well known for tea and silk production. It was the first site for oil drilling in Asia. Assam also provides a home to Asiatic birds and animal species, such as the one-horned rhino, and the wild water buffalo. It also provides the Asian elephant one of its last wild habitats. Assam boasts fascinating destinations, soothing beauty, spiritual ambiance, the sacred river, and more. One can visit Boko, Chandrapur, Dipor Bill, Majuli Island, Historical ruins of Tezpur, Dolu Lake in Shilchar, and many more.

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Arunachal Pradesh

The misty hills, waterfalls, and shimmering rivers add charm to this already-existing land of beauty. The state has also been mentioned in the great Hindu epic Mahabharata; it is deemed to be The Prabhu Mountain. Arunachal Pradesh is a land rich in history; the natural landscapes, pristine rivers, and waterfalls echo the myths and legends of this region. The region has archaeological remains and historical monuments proving the existence of a rich cultural heritage. One must visit locations like Tawang, Bomdila, Itanagar, Dirang, Roing, Tezu, Changlang, Lohit, Namsai, etc.

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