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North East India Tour Packages

Explore the mysterious trails of the Land of Seven Sisters with our North East India Holiday Packages. The region houses one of the largest Himalayan peaks- Mount Kanchenjunga, magnificent Nohkalikai Falls, rich Kaziranga National Park, and rich tea plantations and lush greenery.

Travelers looking for peace with enchanting landscapes and natural beauty, this is the best place to visit in India. From the biggest and smallest ancient Buddhist monasteries in northeastern India to verdant valleys, from pristine lakes to snow-capped mountains, we've got your trip all well-organized and inexpensive North East India Tour Packages, customized for everyone including family, friend groups, solo backpackers, and honeymoon couples.

North East India means “the middle land”, which is the land between India and Tibet, is the perfect hill station to visit in India all year round, offering spotless natural beauty with snow-covered The Great Himalayan, gushing Pin River, pristine lakes, lush greenery, and cold desert surroundings.

To make your trip more exciting, the northern part of India is no short of reasons to celebrate the tradition and customs of different tribes. So, pack your bags and get ready to attend the most famous and sacred festivals of the Monpa tribe that Tawang celebrates annually like Lossar, Torgya, Tawang Cultural Festival, the famous Ziro Musical Festival, Shillong Cherry Blossom Festival, and much more.

Best Time to Visit North East India

North East India in Summer- The summer season from April to June is a peak tourist season as the place becomes alive with colorful flowers and lush tea vegetation and a clear blue sky. The temperature goes up to 38 C with pleasant sunshine and chilly winds.

North East India in Monsoon- The weather remains pleasant with the heavy rainfall and cold temperatures between 21C to 35C from July to September. It is an ideal time for sightseeing and easy water activities.

North East India in Winter-The winter season is a bit harsh from October to February. If you love to visit the town completely covered in snow and frozen lakes, then this is the best time to visit this place in India.

How to Reach North East India

By Air- The nearest is the Kullu Airport located about 93 km away from North East India. You can take a cab or taxi to reach your destination.

By Train- The closest railway station is Joginder Nagar Railway Station located about 360 km from North East India and 160 km from Manali. Public transport and taxis are available here to take you to your destination.

By Road- As there is only one way to reach North East India, hence you can either drive through Shimla or Manali. For the best road trip experience, complete the circuit from Shimla-Tabo-Kaza-North East India-Manali

Major Tourist Attractions in North East India

  • Gangtok / Sikkim- The capital city of Sikkim, Gangtok is a top honeymoon destination in India bestowed with rich flora and fauna and serene surroundings. Apart from the breath-taking vistas of Tsomgo Lake, Nathula Pass, Rumtek Monastery, Namchi, Lachung, Tashi Viewpoint, and more, the place also offers several adventure activities such as river rafting on the Teesta River, trekking, camping, paragliding, and much more.
  • Shillong- Famous as Scotland of India, Shillong is the most beautiful place in Meghalaya, India, famous for its heavy rainfall, verdant surroundings, roaring waterfalls, and ancient caves. Visit the popular attractions in Shillong such as Lady Hydari Park, Umiam Lake, Elephant Falls, Nohkalikai Falls, Bishop Viewpoint, St. Anthony's Botanical Garden, and more. Partake in the Cherry Blossom Festival, which is held annually in November.
  • Guwahati- It is one of the most visited cities in Northeast India situated on the banks of the Brahmaputra River. The rich flora and fauna and several famous exploring sites have been alluring visitors from everywhere. It is home to the famous Kamakhya Temple located on the peak of the Nilachal Hill, the temple of nine planets- Nabagraha Mandir, Umananda Lake for beautiful landscapes and sunset. Deepor Beel, and so on.
  • Nagaland- This is one of the most colorful places in North East India to visit all year long. The Land of Festivals is home to distinct primeval tribes featuring diverse cultures in many major festivals such as Hornbill Festival in December, Sekrenyi in February, Tsukheneye in March, and Mimkut in January, and much more. Indulge in fun activities like exploring Mon Village, trekking to Dzokou Valley, etc.
  • Kaziranga National Park- Home to the famous one-horned rhino, it is the perfect place for wildlife lovers and photographers. Explore the exotic wilderness on the Elephant Safari and witness the endangered Barasingha (Swamp Deer), Rhesus Macaque, Porcupine, vultures, Indian Hornbill, and tropical grassland.
  • Tawang- One of the most sought-after and less-explored places in India, Tawang is renowned for its centuries-old monasteries and verdant natural beauty situated at an elevation of about 3,048 meters in Arunachal Pradesh. The place is the best adventure destination in India for trekkers and backpackers to explore the world's third-highest peak- Gorichen Peak, Tawang Monastery- the largest monastery in India, Nuranang Falls, Madhuri Lake, Sela pass, and much more.
  • Ziro- It is one of the famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Northeast India famous for its cultural landscapes and lush green paddy agriculture. Get to learn about non-nomadic Apatani tribal culture and customs, enjoy the Scottish pastures with an alluring backdrop of verdant mountains, and attend the famous and most-celebrated Ziro Musical Festival, which is held in September every year, making your Northeast India Monsoon Trip more exciting.
  • Siliguri- It is a one-stop gateway for all travelers visiting Sikkim, Bhutan, and Darjeeling. Packed with parks, sanctuaries, temples, tea gardens, and the 200-years old Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, Siliguri is one of the top honeymoon destinations in Northeast India. Witness the wilderness in the famous Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary in West Bengal, perfect picnic spot- Dudhia, Hong Kong Market, sacred Sevoke Kali Mandir, hike across Chilapata Forests, and much more.
  • Pelling- It is a small town nestled in the foothills of Mount Kanchenjunga in Sikkim. The historic cultural land has numerous things to do such as a hike to Kanchenjunga waterfalls, make a wish at Khecheopalri Lake, walk the historic ruins at the Rabdentse Ruins, walk on the Pelling Skywalk, and go for a refreshing outing at Sewaro Rock Garden.
  • Cherrapunjee- It is one of the wettest places in India bestowed with dense flora and fauna and natural water bodies. Visit the famous living root bridge, Nohkalikai Waterfalls, Mawsynram Village, Mawsmai Cave, Dawki, Krem Mawmluh Cave, and many other tourist attractions places in Cherrapunjee. Indulge in thriving adventure activities such as kayaking, trekking, camping, ziplining, and much more.
  • Darjeeling- Another UNESCO World Heritage Site in West Bengal, Darjeeling is a perfect honeymoon getaway destination in India. The place is famous among visitors for its lush tea plantations, clouded rolling hills, and incredible views of Mt. Kanchenjunga. Admire the platonic sunrise and sunset views at Tiger Hill, Batasia Loop, and Sandakphu Peak.
  • Mawlynnong- Known as the God's Own Garden, the place is the cleanest village in Asia, offering endless breath-taking views of dense forests, roaring waterfalls, and serene surroundings. Try the scrumptious local dishes including Jadoh and Tungrymbai.

Adventure Things to do in North East India

  • River rafting- Indulge in the most thrilling activity at Brahmaputra River in Assam, Sipu and Yomgo River in Along, and several other places.
  • Paragliding- Soar higher like a bird and get an incredible bird's eye view of the entire valley of Shillong, Sikkim, Meghalaya, and many other places.
  • Mountain Biking- Cycling to the world's highest mountain Mt. Kanchenjunga, lush tea gardens of Darjeeling, and beautiful landscapes of Sikkim.
  • Trekking- Explore the splendors of North East India amid natural landscapes, dense forests, and gushing waterfalls in Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, and Nagaland to numerous best adventure attractions.
  • Skiing- Visit the northeastern region of India from November to March and enjoy one of the rejuvenating activities in Sikkim at Phuni Valley.
  • Junge Safari- North East India is the best place to witness the wildlife in its glory. Watch numerous endangered species of flora, fauna, and aqua in Kaziranga National Park, Kanchenjunga National Park, Manas National Park, and much more.
  • Kayaking- Being the wettest region in India, North East India is blessed with boundless rivers and lakes, offering the best spot for kayaking in Siang, Kameng, Subansiri, and many other rivers.
  • Rappelling- Challenge yourself and climb the waterfall hills in Meghalaya and get the best adventure experience of rappelling, one of the best things to do in North East India.
  • Caving- Explore the deeper and darkened caves of Northeast India for a thrilling experience in Meghalaya, which is housing many mysterious passages to some of India's longest caves.

Shop & Eat Local

Shop for the Assamese Silk Clothes like Mekhela Chador, Naga Shawl and jewelry, masks from Majuli Island, handcrafted bamboo objects, local tea and coffee beans, Hamlei Pottery in Longpi, Assam traditional Jaapi hat, Nungbi Pottery from Manipur, and much more.

The flavors in Northeastern food have as many distinctions as there are the tribes. So, give your tongue a drooling taste of Duck Curry in Assam, Smoked Pork in Nagaland, Gyathuk in Sikkim, Jadoh in Meghalaya, Chikhvi in Tripura, Zan in Arunachal Pradesh, and Iromba in Manipur.

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Best Holiday Packages for North East India


6 days North East India Honeymoon Tour

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6 days North East India Honeymoon Tour

5 Nights / 6 days Starting From
Rs 8,700 View Detail Enquire Now

6 days North East India Honeymoon Tour

5 Nights / 6 days Starting From
Rs 8,700 View Detail Enquire Now

6 days North East India Honeymoon Tour

5 Nights / 6 days Starting From
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Frequently Asked Questions About North East India Travel

Q.What is the best time to plan North East India Tour Itinerary?
The summers are pleasant and colorful with cool temperatures up to 38 C, hence it is the best season from April to June book your North East India weekend holiday package and step into the culturally rich, and historic land of Lamas in India, offering serene natural sights, housing rich flora and fauna, and many important and fun fests and festivals.
Q.Is North East worth visiting?
Whether a history buff, wildlife enthusiast, or nature lover, North East India is the perfect place for every kind of traveler. Visit some of the famous tourist destinations in North East India- Tawang, Darjeeling, Gangtok, Meghalaya, and several other places for natural waterfalls, roaring rivers, highest snow-capped mountains peaks, and many adventure activities such as trekking, camping, river rafting, paragliding, jungle safari, etc.
Q.How many days are sufficient for North East India Trip?
Around 5-7 days are for exploring each state of North East India. Visit Tsomgo Lake in Sikkim, Nathula Pass trek, the world's largest Lhasa Buddhist Monastery, Pakhui Wildlife Park in Tawang, Kamakhaya Temple, and rich tea gardens in Assam, Meghalaya for adventure activities, and much more.
Q.Is Northeastern India safe to travel with kids?
Yes, the North East region of India is extremely safe for traveling with kids and solo as well. The place hosts hundreds of thousands of travelers every year from all around the world. Just make sure to keep your belongings safe and avoid strolling on unknown trails alone at night.
Q.What should I pack for my North East India Tour?
Depending on which season you are going on the trip some basic things to pack for your North East India City Tour are extra pair of clean socks, sports t-shirts for sweat, recyclable bottles and containers, sunscreen, goggles/hat, toiletries, torch, power banks, charging cord, and basic medical kit with antiseptics, cotton, bandage, and pain-relief spray. If traveling during monsoon and winter pack a raincoat, and good woolens.