Adventure Destinations

North East India is extremely affluent in terms of adventure options. Thanks to its diverse topography, the region promises you myriad of activities which awaken your senses and make you explore the unexplored. From trekking to boat cruises, from mountaineering to Living Root Bridges – North East India hypnotizes all with some soul soothing opportunities to get intimate with nature.

Here are some of the top adventure destinations in North East India:

In the Indian state of Meghalaya rests Cherrapunji, one of the wettest places on the planet. Monsoon never ends and Mother Nature shines with all her splendour here. This place is a paradise for trekking enthusiasts as it has numerous charms to keep them hooked.

Beyul of Pemako
The valley of Beyul in the Pemako area is a joy for nature devotees looking for a perfect location to cherish the simple pleasures of life. The valley is hidden in the Upper Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh state. It is also known for being a prominent Buddhist pilgrimage cuddled by the majestic Himalayas in all directions. The valley sprawls over to the Tibetan side of China.

Dzouku Valley
The land blanketed with emerald forest, pristine lakes, multi-coloured flowers and a soul soothing ambience – Dzukou Valley is definitely a beautiful heaven on earth. This is a secret treasure trove of North East. The valley runs along the border of the states of Nagaland and Manipur. The valley stands at a height of 2452 m above sea level and is a picturesque retreat for every devotee of nature.

The breathtakingly beautiful land of Haflong is often called as the 'Switzerland of the East'. This is known for being the only hill station in Assam state.  It stands 680 m from the sea level and remains a priceless wonder of nature at its best. Temperature remains heart pleasing here all year long and thus, travellers can visit here during any part of the year.

Mount Kanchenjunga is one of the most beautiful mountains on earth. This is the third highest mountain range in the world standing 8586 metres high. Every year thousands of travellers take a trek to reach its summit which is not an easy task.  The whole range is blanketed with lush, tropical jungle where you can see chestnut and oak trees all around.

Majuli, the biggest river island in the world, rests in Assam state. It is located on River Bramhaputra and flaunts the most majestic charms of nature.  Earlier Majuli covered an area of over 1256 square kilometre, however, later due to soil erosion it squeezed to an area of 875 square kilometres.

Teesta River
One of the most priceless wonder of North East, Sikkim brings to you a plethora of adventure activities. From here you can witness scenic exquisiteness of the imposing Himalayan Ranges which instantly pump up the adrenalin. Numerous monasteries are dotted in the state due to the prominence of Buddhism here. Home to over 500 varieties of orchids, including some rare ones, it is a heaven for the nature buffs.

Living Root Bridges
Meghalaya, also known with the name of "the abode of clouds", is the most rain soaked state of India. Though the state enjoys all the charms of nature, what make it even more popular around the world are the beautiful Living Root Bridges resting here. Living Root Bridges in Meghalaya are recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Sites.

Brahmaputra river cruise
India offers you many such boat cruises and Brahmaputra river cruise remains one of the most favourite pick of travellers. Brahmaputra cruises remain extremely popular among those who love cruising around pristine rivers and enjoying the glimpses of nature. Brahmaputra river cruise takes you to close to history, wildlife, and tribal culture of the northeast region of India.


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