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Five best tourist attractions or places to visit in Northeast India

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  • 7th March 2019,
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Umngot river in Dawki is one of the cleanest and transparent rivers in India which is a favorite tourist spot. Check out the other attractive places in Northeast India where one can spend their vacations to make it memorable.

North East India is a region, which is loaded with natural beauty and freshness as the region is full of hills, mountains, water bodies unlike the different polluted cities across India. The North Eastern region is a favorite tourist destination for people from around the world. The hill stations in the northeastern region have attracted millions of travelers from around the world. If one is keen to taste adventure than there are several places in the region which will give an exotic experience.

Here are five best tourist attractions/ places to visit in North East India:

1. Kaziranga National Park and the mighty river Brahmaputra in Assam: The World Heritage site Kaziranga National Park is famous for the availability of the rare one-horned rhino, which is not seen anywhere else in the world. Every year tourists come and spend a memorable vacation in the friendly forest where they enjoy elephant rides and experience the beauty of nature.

While the mighty river Brahmaputra, which is also known to be the only male river in India allows the tourists to take the local boat rides.

2. Dawki and Cherrapunji in Meghalaya: Every year people from across India and abroad visit the state of Meghalaya which is also known as the abode of clouds. The beauty of the state lies on its hills and mountains and dense forests loaded with pine trees. The root bridge in Cherrapunji which is a major tourist attraction looks phenomenal and one would be surprised to know that Cherrapunji is the place which gets the highest rainfall in the world every year.

The Umngot river in Dawki is one of the cleanest and transparent rivers in India which is a favorite tourist spot.

Nohkalikai Falls in Meghalaya: The Nohkalikai falls is the highest waterfall in the Meghalaya state. It has also been heard from local people that the name Nohkalikai has been derived from a local heartbreaking story where a mother loses her child in the hands of her husband.

Reiek in Mizoram: Reiek is a mountain tourist spot situated 29 km away from the capital city of Mizoram, India. It is located at an elevation of 1465 metres and offers a great view of the surrounding valleys and hills overlooking Aizawl. Tourists can go trekking on the hills and have a memorable experience.

Tsomgo lake in Sikkim: The Tsomgo Lake, also known as Tsongmo Lake or Changu Lake in Sikkim is a glacial lake situation 12000 feet above the surface. It is located about 40 kms away from the capital city Gangtok. The specialty of this lake is that it remains totally frozen during winter.

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