The seven sisters’ land, the north east India is tucked away in between Bhutan, Bangladesh, Tibet and Myanmar. The states those were once neglected, are now becoming India’s new travel destinations for, they are yet to be explored and so serenely untouched by tourism so far.
But there are always such places that remain unseen even in those off-beat destinations. Ones you visit north east, you must definitely go for these little heavens out there-
A small border town in the Jaintia hills, sandwiched between India and Bangladesh. There is a small island in the mid of the Umngot river where one can stay in camps with fooding given or can stay in their personal camping tents. Small river boats rows to the island. The water is so clear, one can see the bottom of the river.
2. DZUKOU VALLEY-
The Dzukou valley, also famous as the “valley of flowers of the north-east”, is perhaps one of the biggest secrets of India. India does have a plenty of hill stations and beautiful landscapes, but it is unlikely that any of these places, however popular with the tourists, and no matter how beautiful, come even close matching to the stunning beauty of the Dzukou valley. Situated right in the border of Nagaland and Manipur, just behind the Japfu peak, at an altitude of 2438m above sea level.
3. ANINI (ARUNACHAL PRADESH)-
Situated in the beautiful Dibang valley, Anini is one of the less explored places of Arunachal Pradesh. You want to explore places beyond the periphery? Then you must definitely go for Anini.
In the lap of nature, Singhik is a slice of heaven fallen on earth in Sikkim. Offers you the unblemished view of the Khanchndzonga range including Mount Silionchu. There are a lot of short routes so trekking and hiking can be done here.
Beautifully located on a hill of Assam, Diphu is paradise which goes unseen and yet to be explored.
6. PHAWANGPUI PEAK-
Or also known as the Blue mountain, is best for camping and exploring the virgin forests. Set up a tent anywhere here amidst lush green surroundings, have some drinks and some barbeque along with a bonfire, what else do one need!