Silently positioned in the midst of lush green undulating hilly terrain, Northeast India is connected to the mainland India through Chicken neck. Comprised of eight states viz. Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim & Tripura, Northeast India is inhabited by over 224 tribes and sub-tribes with respective dialects. The colourful attires clubbed with vibrant cultures and festivals ornaments this majestic region. Peoples of this region practice different religions like Hindu, Islam, Christian, Jain, Buddhism etc. yet lives in harmony which make this region as one of the most diversified region in the world.
It is evident that Northeast India has plethora of avenues of tourism but its capitalization is bogged down for inadequate exploration and lacklustre development of infrastructure. Now, the days have changed with many new such developmental projects are being taken up while few more are on the anvil to develop infrastructure and create opportunities to explore new avenues of tourism. However, though the progress of development of infrastructure is not at par as should have been but that can’t shadow the majestic beauty of the region. The limited exploration reveals wide numbers of wonders while there are many such locations which are yet to be explored to its potential. The moderate climate clubbed with lush green environment offers you fresh air that soothes you in all possible ways. The generosity and humbleness, though not weakness, of the people of Northeast India are sure to make your stay comfortable here.
Guwahati being the Gateway and largest city of Northeast India welcomes you to Northeast India with a religious touch of Maa Kamakhya Temple, one of the most powerful Shaktipeeths. It is the rendezvous from where you can have access to all state capitals of Northeast India except Sikkim to which one to has make his/her way out from New Jalpaiguri in West Bengal.