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Top 10 Least Explored Places of North-east India

When you visit a place for the first time, its serenity is unmeasurable. You may visit the Best Places of North-East number of times, but you won’t find the same. Such is the beauty of exploring a new place.

If you too have been to the same place twice and craving for the freshness you felt the first time, let Rajput Holidays help you. We have Packages for the Best Places of North-East some of the untouched to brighten up your journey.

Gorichen Peak

Climb the Best Places of North-East highest peak of Arunachal Pradesh which is 22,500 ft. high that gives you goosebumps. From the top, you can see a panoramic view of the entire mountain. You may also try various activities such as rock climbing, camping, and trekking

Nuranang Falls

or a romantic getaway with your partner, this is the place you should never miss out. The inevitability, charm, and triumph of this place will woo you both. To experience it closely, move towards the foot of the falls

Cherrapunji

Relish the tropical flora and fauna of the wettest place in the world. Witness the beauty of this place and move closer to nature. But make sure you visit this place either in winter or summer, to enjoy camping under the root bridges

Sandakphu Peak

Another peak included in the itinerary will take your breath away. The highest peak in Sikkim that offers a mesmerizing view of all the Himalayan ranges from the top. Though this peak isn’t difficult to climb, you must have a walking stick if you an amateur

Dzongri

Imagine admiring the beauty of West Sikkim while riding a yak. Milky white peaks, green patchwork, and blue sky are the most suitable words to describe the beauty of this place. Also, trek in one of the most preferred places Kanchenjunga National Park to catch a view of Red panda, Moschus, Himalayan tahr, Snow leopard, Sloth bear, etc.

Dawki

It may startle you but the Dawki river in Meghalaya is known for its clearest water in the world. Take a boat ride at the Umngot river and certify the same. You can see the bottom of the lake and will be awestruck by its beauty and serenity.

Nohkalikai Falls

Despite a depressing story behind the name of this waterfall, Nohkalikai falls, 5 km away from Cherapunjee is known for being one of the top highest waterfalls in India. All you need to do is find a point from where you can see a picturesque view of the falls as well as its luscious greenery.

Umiam Lake

Exploring north-east of India and not visiting this lake proves you have been living in a rock. This lake is 17 km away from Shillong and encircled by coniferous forests. It is famous among the locals for sightseeing and water sports for a calm yet enthusiastic experience.

Kaziranga National Park

One of the best places to spot the endangered one-horn rhino Kaziranga National Park, a UNESCO heritage site. Apart from rhinos, it is home to 35 other species of mammals and distinct migratory birds that fly down every season during winter

Jaintia Hills

Situated alongside the Myntdu river at the heart of Meghalaya. The reason a lot of travelers wish to visit this place at least once is, it is gorged with limestone deposits. Also, if you love exploring caves, this cave leads you to multiple shallow and small long caves making it audacious

Begin your new year exploring such untouched exquisiteness of nature. All you need to do is hire a travel agency in India.

To book a package with Rajput Holidayscontact our travel consultants.

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