North East India is a vibrant extension of India, which connected to the Indian mainland through the Chicken's Neck - a narrow strip of land in the state of West Bengal that sits beneath Sikkim. Northeast India is perhaps culturally and ecologically the most diverse part of India. It is recognized as one amidst the 7 richest biodiversity hotspots by Myers 2000. Northeast India comprises of the "Seven Sister States", namely Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya & Manipur.
Being ecologically blessed, Northeast India is home to the world's 70% of the orchid species and harbors nearly 220 tribes, all having their distinct language, culture and origin. With exotic surroundings, serene waterfalls, passes, temples, national parks, indigenous festivals and delectable platters of a variety of cuisine from each state, every day in the Northeast will bring you a new-found experience to make your vacation memorable.
The Perfect Time to Step In
Since the NorthEast is a heavily forested region, it is best to avoid traveling here during the season of monsoon. Apart from that, you can hop in to enjoy its beauty any time of the year, especially during the charming winters.