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The unexplored and the untouched; the mystic and the mysterious. In a far corner of the country, greenery grows unchecked and little towns sit among rolling hills and terraced fields that you can cycle through. You might be taken aback by the fiercely scarred men who were once known for their cannibalistic tendencies, or be mesmerized by the graceful tribal dances at the exorbitant Hornbill Festival; your spirituality may come to the fore on one of many Buddhist trails in the region or you might find your jive at a happening café in Shillong; whatever the case may be, the North East is an exciting adventure, waiting to unfurl.

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To put it simply, Tawang is mesmerizing. In snowfall and in its greenery, it is a beautiful gem in a literal corner of India. The glacial lakes are a sight to behold in the winter while they become a haven for birds in the summer months.


A quick pit stop on the way to Tawang from Bomdila, this place is best known for the hot spring said to cure the body of most anything. Walk up to the local Dzong for a picturesque vista of the region.


This photographer’s paradise has a treasure trove of sanctuaries, valleys and monasteries that all provide picture perfect scenes to capture.


The crystal-clear waters of the Dawki River give the impression of floating on air. Of course, like all illusions its best observed from afar, but the experience in itself is astounding.


A cute back-and-forth with nearby Mawsynram has this little region vying for the title of ‘Wettest Place on Earth’. But the air feels electric with the coolness the rain brings with each downpour.


Shillong sparkles and shines as the home to hipsters, breath-taking waterfalls and just an all around happy vibe.


This charming town has some beautifully kept parks, attractive lakes and enchanting views of the mighty Brahmaputra River as it laps the town’s edge. Stop by on your way to Upper Assam or Arunachal Pradesh to catch some shut eye.


Fashionable in its outlook yet traditional in its position as one of the major riverine port cities along Brahmaputra, Guwahati brings in the tourists and the attractions like a magnet on steroids.


Nestled amidst majestic, snow-peaked mountains of the Himalayan Range, the once ancient capital is the most pious place in Sikkim. It also holds the mantle of being the eco-friendliest tourist spot in India.


This small town at the foothills of Kanchendzonga is best known for the Pemayangtse Monastery. Surprisingly, it touts the best views of the great mountain after a quick shower.


The winding access road to Gangtok is a dizzy approach to a bustling port of activity. Most hikers begin their sojourn into the Himalayas from here, making it a tourist hotspot and bringing with it the hidden gems of Sikkim.

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