North East India, is nothing less than a scenic paradise. Fairy connected with the rest of the nation thanks to some of the cheapest flights available, this region of the seven sisters comprises of some off-beat yet extremely enchanting places, that ought to be one every traveller’s bucket list! So, without much ado, let’s take a quick look at these destinations!
While not much is talked about the Jampui Hills, they are actually the highest range in the state. Featuring a dreamy landscape, the range is fairly inhabited by the locals. The range is renowned for its unique orange-hue that it acquires during the winters and the dense and foggy clouds that camouflage it during the monsoons. While here, one can also visit the highest peak of Betlingchhip. Trust us, this is a magnificent attraction that you wouldn’t want to miss.
Located at a whopping height of over 7,200 feet above the sea level, Bomdila is yet another destination that will leave you stunned. Essentially a monastery, the attraction houses an ethnographic museum, craft centres and even an emporium, not to mention numerous apple orchards. However, what is most enticing about this place is the Temple of Buddha, which has people coming from all across the globe!
Known as the place that receives the highest rainfall in the world, this city of Meghalaya is also called ‘Sohra’. It serves as home to some astounding landscapes, including exhilarating caves such as The Lawshynna Cave and the Mawsmai Cave, picturesque waterfalls of the likes of Dain-Thlen Falls and Noh-Kalikai Falls and some enchanting scenic beauty! And if that doesn’t seem to be enough to treat the wanderlust in you, we bet the single and double decker natural root bridges will surely do the trick!
Situated at an incredible altitude of over 12,000 feet, the Tsomgo Lake fares as one of the highest situated lakes. Known for its inexplicable magnificence, this lake is fuelled by the snow-capped mountains that surround it. Revered as a place of religious significance, this lake holds a special place for the faith healers or Jhakris belonging to Sikkim.
Nestled at the border shared by Nagaland and Manipur, the Dzouku Valley is one of the dreamiest location one can ever visit. Brimming with a natural splendour, the valley is enveloped in vibrant flowers and abundant streams. Its vast meadows and dense forests only add to the astounding charm of its beauty, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise that it has earned the title of being the Valley of Flowers in the North East! Known to be one of the oldest civilisations of the region it is believed to have existed for at least 2 o 4 million years.
So, what are you waiting for? Go on to search for the best flight deals online and embark your sojourn to one of the most marvellous parts of India, the quaint North East!