22 Amazing Places You Won’t Believe Exist In Northeast India

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9:07 pm 17 Dec, 2014

The land of the seven sisters in Northeast India is not just a beholder of vibrant indigenous cultures, it nestles in the lap of unspoilt nature, beckoning travelers to come here at least once in their lifetimes.

 

1. The Umiam Lake, 15 km from Meghalaya is perfect to watch the sun go down while you straddle in a boat

The Umian Lake, 15 km from Meghalaya is perfect to watch the sun go down while you straddle in a boat

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2. Gorichen Peak, at about 21,286 feet is one of the most demanding summits in North-East for trekking

Gorichen Peak, at 21,286 feet (Approx) is one of the most technical summits in North East for trekking

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3. Greenish Blue waters of the Dawki River in Khasi Hills, Meghalaya

Greenish Blue waters of the Dwaki River in Khasi Hills, Meghalaya

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4. Krem Liat Prah in Meghalaya is the longest natural cave in India

Krem Liat Prah in Meghalaya is the longest natural cave in India

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5. Clustered by paddy fields, formidable mountainscapes of Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh are truly captivating

Clustered by paddy fields, formidable mountainscapes of Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh are truly captivating

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6. Majuli in Assam is the largest River Island inhabited on the Earth

 Maujali in Assam is the largest River Island inhabited on the Earth

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7. Mawlynnong in East Khasi Hills is the cleanest village in Asia, and also known as “God’s own Garden”

Mawlynnong in East Khasi Hills is the cleanest village in Asia, and also known as “God’s own Garden”

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8. Sela Pass, one of the highest Passes in the North East, at an elevation of 13,700 feet

Sela Pass, one of the highest Passes in the North East, at an elevation of 13,700 feet

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9. Dancing in the Hornbill Festival, Nagaland

Dancing in the Hornibill Festival, Nagaland

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10. Nuranang Falls at a height of 100 meters is unquestionably the most spectacular waterfall in Arunachal Pradesh

Nuranang Falls at a height of 100 meters is unquestionably the most spectacular waterfalls in Arunachal Pradesh

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11. The Royal Family of the Kings of Manikya Dynasty had built the Ujjayanta Palace in 1862 in Tripura

The Royal Family of the Kings of Manikya Dynasty had built the Ujjayanta Palace in 1862 in Tripura

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12. Originally Shungatser Lake, it was later named after Madhuri Dixit, and is now popular as Madhuri Lake

Originally Shungatser Lake, it was later now named after Madhuri Dixit, and is now popular as Madhuri Lake

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13. Lotak Lake, the largest fresh water lake in the North East, and the only floating lake in the world

 

14. Dzukou Valley is the valley of flowers and greenery in the North-East

zukou Valley is the valley of flowers and greenery in the North East

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15. Hanging Bridge near Walong, Arunachal Pradesh

16. Literally meaning “The Mustard Lake,” Tamdil Lake is a spectacular picnic spot in Aizwal

17. Elephant Safari in Kyongnosla Alpine Sanctuary, 31 km from Gangtok in Sikkim

Elephant Safari in Kyongnosla Alpine Sanctuary, 31 km from Gangtok in Sikkim

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18. Touphema Cultural Village in Nagaland, 40 km from Kohima

19. Terrace Rice Fields, Khonoma Green Village, Nagaland

20. Neer Mahal is one the largest Water Palaces in India. Built in 1930, it lies 53 km from Agartala

Neer Mahal is one the largest Water Palaces in India. Built in 1930, it lies 53 km from Agartala, Trupura

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21. Nokrek National Park, home to the last remaining Red Pandas

Nokrek National Park, home to the last remaining Red Pandas

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22. Nathula Pass in Sikkim almost translates to “The Listening Pass”

Nathula Pass in Sikkim almost translates into the “Listening Pass”

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