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North East India

North eastern part of India consists of 9 smaller states and the region is rich in bio diversity. Almost all tourist places in the region are in its pristine condition and remains largely unexploited.

West Bengal serves as the gateway to North East India. Kolkata, previously Calcutta, the capital of West Bengal first business hub developed by the British in India. And the city, also known as the City of Joy, still boasts of its British era buildings and monuments. The slow moving tram system, the only one of its kind in India, was established by the British and still operates through the crowded streets of the city. The northern hill districts of Darjeeling and Gangtok (part of Sikkim state) are the most popular hill stations in West Bengal.

Beyond West Bengal and Sikkim, the other North Eastern states are collectively called the Seven Sisters. Every state has its own language, culture and tradition. A lengthy holiday should be planned to get a glimpse of these states as they all have something unique to offer.

Kaziranga, the National Park in Assam, is World famous for one-honed rhinoceros and they are protected in their natural habitat along the banks of the revered Brahmaputra river. Elephant safaris are conducted here, which takes one through the park.

Hornbill Festival is an Internationally acclaimed event being held in the state of Nagaland, from the 1st to the 10th of December every year. The event is attended by thousands of domestic and international travellers alike.


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