The states of Northeast India comprises of 8 beautiful states namely, Tripura, Assam, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram, Sikkim and Meghalaya. Tripura is one of the smallest states in the country famous for its beautiful hills, rich wildlife, tribal settlement and most importantly rich cultural and historical sites. There are many historical architectures, archaeological sites, ancient temples and palaces in Tripura which are now famous tourist destinations. Some of the places to visit in Tripura are Ujjayanta Palace, Neermahal Palace, Jagannath Temple, Unakoti etc.
Assam is not just famous for its tea gardens but it has now become home to two-third population of the entire world’s one-horned rhinoceros. Meghalaya is also one of the states of Northeast India that is popular all over the world. The wettest place on earth lies in Meghalaya so does the Asia’s cleanest village and the longest cave. Sikkim is the second smallest state in India and is famous for the third highest mountain in the world, Mt Khangchendzonga. Also Sikkim is the World’s First Organic State. Arunachal Pradesh is no less, it offers you breathtaking places, trekking, hiking destinations and more. If you visit this state, do not miss visiting Ziro Valley.
Another state of Northeast India is Nagaland. Known for its rich culture, traditions and festivals it is called referred to as the “land of festivals” and offers enchanted places to visit and explore. Similarly, Mizoram is a famous tourist destination in northeast India. And you cannot escape the delicious Mizo cuisine in Mizoram. Manipur is sometimes referred to as “Switzerland of India” and is known for it rich culture, tourist spots, landscapes and stunning water bodies. The only floating National Park in the world is in Manipur in Loktak Lake, a must visit place in Maninpur.
Northeast India is the least reached and least explored region in country that has so much to offer. Read full article at: https://www.tourgenie.com/travel-diaries/travel-blogs/straying-off-the-regular-tracks-tourist-places-in-northeast-india