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5 Best Places to Visit in North India

North India is a region that is defined by the northern part of India. North India is like a thali collection with all the essentials to satisfy your taste buds. From the beauty of Kashmir’s poems to the royal kingdom of Rajasthan. From the purest symbol of love, the Taj Mahal to the most sacred rivers, the Ganges. North India is a great natural resource, a true culture and several peaceful experiences. You are uniquely blessed with a diverse landscape, with rich cultural values that leave you frustrated. North India contains Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. People explore the northern part of India for its diversity and also get a chance to escape the boring circle of urban life. Explorers from all over the world marveled at the power of the Himalayas and the sanctity of the Ganges River. We are completely amazed by the Great Indian Desert and find ourselves in the ancient city of Varanasi, North India is one of the best places to travel in the world.

The eight states of Northeast India are blessed with beautiful natural beauty, salty climate, biodiversity, exotic wildlife, historical sites, unique cultural and ethnic diversity and warm and welcoming people. The region offers unforgettable visits to tourists interested in wildlife, religious tourism, culture and nationalism, river walks, golf and much more. There is also a great deal of mountain attraction, hiking and regional tourism.

1. Arunachal Pradesh

Tawang- Tawang Monastery is located in the northwestern part of Arunachal Pradesh. The palace is three stories high and is bound by 282 mt. long circular wall. There are many other interesting places like Sela Pass, Jang Waterfalls, PTSO Lake etc.

Ziro– A beautiful town in the Lower Subansiri region, home to the Apatani tribe. It is famous for its pine-covered hills and rice fields and hosts the popular Ziro Music Festival in September every year. Ziro is listed on India’s tourist list at UNESCO’s World Heritage Site.

Mechuka – also known as Menchukha, an attractive town built in 1829 mt. in West Siang province. Menchukha is located in a forested area, surrounded by pine trees and thorn trees along the Yargyapchu River, which flows through the valley.

2. Assam

Kaziranga National Park – A World Heritage Site, the park has the largest rhinoceros in the world and has many tiger tigers in the world’s protected areas and was declared the Tiger Reserve in 2706. The park is home to large breeding elephants, wild water buffalo and swamp deer.

KamakhyaTemple- The primary temple for the creation of unique paying homage to the ten Mahavidyas, located on Nilachal Hill in the western part of Guwahati.

Brahmaputra River- It is one of the largest rivers in Asia and is a river that crosses the border that flows through China, India and Bangladesh. About 2900 kms long, it flows about 916 kms in India. It is an important river for irrigation and transport and provides an excellent cruise river.

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3. Manipur

Loktak Lake – 48 Kms. from Imphal, the largest freshwater lake in the northeastern region. The small floating islands are actually inhabited by Lake residents behind the glowing seawater of the Sea, the lanes of labyrinthine boats and colorful water plants.

Moirang – A town near Lake Loktak, one of the main centers of ancient Meitei culture and has a unique place in the history of Indian liberation struggle as it was in Moirang where the Indian National Army flag was first unveiled. 

Kwirirandand Bazar / Ima-Market – A unique market for all women, with 3,000 or more Imas or table-working mothers. It is divided into two sections on both sides of the road. Vegetables, fruits, fish and homemade food are sold on the one hand and good hands and tools are on the other side.

4. Meghalaya

Shillong has grown in size since the founding of the Page and Jaintia Hills community station in 1864 by the British. Shillong continued to be the capital of Assam until the creation of the new Meghalaya dynasty on January 21, 1972. In 2016 it was voted the “Favorite Hill Station of India” by HolidayIQ.com.

Cherrapunji – The historical name Sohra is now widely used. It is said to be the wettest place on Earth, but the nearby Mawsynram currently holds that record. Cherrapunji still holds the record for most rainy months in the calendar year.


5. Mizoram

Aizawl – The capital of the state, located at about 1132 m / s. above the coast and the bustling city set on the hills. It is an air connection connected to daily flights from Kolkata and Guwahati.

Thenzawl – A village located 43 km from Aizawl. The Tropic of Cancer passes through this beautiful city. An important center of the traditional Mizo handloom sector and produces rich and colorful varieties of handlooms.

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