By : Rahul Gupta



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Winter in northeast India, from December to February, transforms the region into a stunning white landscape, drawing tourists to witness snow-covered mountains.


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Arunachal Pradesh, Darjeeling, Sikkim, are the major snowfall receiving states in North East India. These places are a must visit, to truly experience winter.


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During winter, North East India showcases its floral beauty with blooming rhododendrons, orchids, peachs, cherrys and lilies, adding vibrant hues to the landscape."

Hornbill Festival

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Hornbill Festival in Nagaland, held in December, showcases vibrant performances, traditional arts, and tribal unity, celebrating the cultural richness of the region.


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Tsomgo, Sela, Gurudongmar, and Madhuri are some of the most beautfiul lakes to experience in North East India, freezing during winters offering a spectacular view.

Tea Garden

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North East India's picturesque tea gardens bloom with lush greenery, cultivating world-renowned tea varieties amid the scenic landscapes. They are found in Tezpur, Dibrugarh Jorhar, etc.


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Manas sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcases rich biodiversity, harboring endangered species like tigers, pygmy hogs, Indian rhinoceros, elephants and more.


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Nestled in Assam, this park, untouched by human presence, houses the world's largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses, diverse mammals, and birds.

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