10 Most Beautiful Yet Underrated Destinations In North East

  1. Sibsagar, Assam

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    Sibsagar was the capital of the Ahom Kingdom. The Ahom rulers ruled the city for more than 6 centuries who later perished with the invasaion of Burmese. The land has a lot of historical siginificance. One can find the monuments and palaces even today. The Ahom rulers also build temples, the main being the Sivadol temple. The other places include the Ahom Museum, the Gaurisagar reservoir an old reservoir and the city of Charaideo

  2. Tamenglong, Manipur

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    Tamenglong is the headquarters of the Tamenglong district in Manipur. The district is full of exotic orchids and completely engrossed in hill ranges and narrow valleys. The land has turbulent waters, beautiful water falls, enchanting lakes, caves and dense forests which have been highly unexplored.

  3. Yumthang Valley, Sikkim

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    Yumthang Valley is situated in the state of Sikkim and is vastly covered by the beautiful Himalayan Mountains. The must visit places in this valley include the Shingba Rhododendron Sanctuary which has 24 species of rhododendron flowers. The place is also known for trekking. The other places to visit include Chungthang, the Sikkim countryside, Lachung and Kangchendzonga National Park

  4. Champai, Mizoram

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    Champai is one of the 8 districts of Mizoram and is the gateway between India and Myanmar. The place is famed for its colourful tribal traditions, orchids and beautiful surroundings, the destination has several hamlets that are dotted with monuments and monoliths. The Kungawrhi Puk in Champhai is one of the chief attractions of the destination. This ancient cave is believed to be the entrance to the underworld that has a huge opening by the side of a local hill.

  5. Tura, Meghalaya

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    Meghalaya is not only about Shillong and Cherrapunjii. There are other beautiful palces worth seeing which include Tura. According to the locals, it is believed that the native god Durama had resided in this place. Nokrek National Park, which features a large variety of flora and fauna, is the main attraction of Tura. Rongbang Dar Waterfall is another major attraction of the town of Tura. Siju Caves and Balpakram National Park, which are situated near the Naphak Lake in Tura, are among the popular sightseeing options in the region.

  6. Tinkitam, Sikkim

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    Sikkim is also not about only Gangtok. There are also many places you can go to nearby – the Buddha Park in Ravangla where you have a 130-foot statue of Lord Buddha, and the picturesque Namchi is easily accessible from here. It provides one of the best views of the mountain Kanchenjunga.

  7. Majuli, Assam

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    Majuli is the biggest island in the world situated amidst the river Brahmaputra. Majuli is the centre for Vaishavinism in Assam and is popular because of the Satras or monasteries and hermitages located here. The religious beliefs of Saint Sankardeva and Madhavdeva are preached at these Satras. Pottery, Handloom and the culture and dance forms of this place remain unaffected by modernisation even today.

  8. Dimapur, Nagaland

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    Dimapur is located in the western most part of Nagaland. The remains here mostly include temples, embankments and baths that give a glimpse of the culture prevalent here during that period, which was Hinduism. Some of the attractions here include the Diezephe Craft Village, Some rare works of bamboo, cane and woodcarving can be found here. Other attractions present here include the Rangapahar Reserve Forest that covers a total area of 20.20 hectares and houses some of the most endangered species of birds as well as animals.

  9. Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

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    Bomdila, is a small town located in the West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. Bomdila is renowned for its Buddhist monasteries and apple orchards. This small town is famous for Buddhist Gompas and the magnificent view of the Kameng Valley. The view of clouds gathering at the top of the Nechipu Pass can be easily seen from the highest point of this place. Thangka wall hangings, paintings, masks and dragon carpets are some of the specialities of this place.

  10. Manas Sanctuary, Assam

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    Manas is a sanctuary that was once a reserved hunting park for kings. The park has two biomes. They are the grassland and forest biomes. The grassland biome includes animals such as the Pygmy hog, the Indian rhinoceros, wild Asian buffalo, Bengal florican and many others. The forest biome has the slow loris, capped langur, wild pig, sambar, Malayan giant squirrel, the great horned bill and others. Manas attracts tourists mainly because of the scenic beauty and the sanctuary

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