‘The Land of the rising Sun’, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalay. Each state is a traveller’s paradise, with picturesque hills and green meadows which shelters thousands of species of flora and fauna. Few highlights:
Visit to World Heritage Site and Tiger Reserve to see the famed one-horned rhinoceros
Beautiful mountains and stunning valleys
Visit to Cherrapunjee, the wettest place in the world
Arunachal having the largest range of orchids in the country and lots more…..
KAZIRANGA One of the most sought after wildlife holiday destinations in India and popular for sighting of * ONE-HORNED RHINOCEROS*
All those who have thought Indian ONE-HORNED RHINOCEROS only existed in Jurassic-era, then a trip to KAZIRANGA is a must. One of the most sought after wildlife holiday destinations in India, Kaziranga National park's area is sprinkled with elephant-grass meadows, swampy lagoons, and dense forests is home to more than 2200 Indian one-horned rhinoceros, approximately 2/3rd of their total world population. In the year 1985, the park was declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is said when Mary Curzon, the wife of the Viceroy of India - Lord Curzon of Kedleston, visited the park to see Indian one-horned rhinoceros; she wasn't able to found even one. Then she persuaded her husband to take urgent measures to protect the dwindling species which he did by initiating planning for their protection. After a series of meetings and documentations, the Kaziranga Proposed Reserve Forest was created. Kaziranga also boasts the highest density of tigers & the park is also home to large breeding populations of elephants, wild water buffalo and swamp deer.
TAWANG is both historically and naturally endowed
TAWANG is both historically and naturally endowed. The natural beauty and solitude of Gudpi and Chong-Chugmi ranges, Tawang chu River and Tawang valley are very mesmerizing. The inhabitants of the districts are all of Monpa tribes except Shyo village which is dominated by people of Tibetian origin.
TAWANG is a mountain town in Asia. India considers it to be part of the state of Arunachal Pradesh, while China claims it as part of South Tibet. It’s home to the 17th-century Tawang Monastery, a hilltop structure housing a massive gilded Buddha statue.
CHERRAPUNJI in Meghalaya is one of the wettest places on the planet and adventurous to visit the LIVING ROOT BRIDGE
CHERRAPUNJI in Meghalaya is one of the wettest places on the planet and the only place in India to receive rain throughout the year. Cherrapunji, also known as Sohra or Churra, means ‘the land of oranges’. Cherrapunjee is home to beautiful waterfalls, caves, living root bridges and other stunning natural attractions. The cliffs of Cherrapunji also offer stunning views of the plains of Bangladesh.
Cherrapunji is famous for its living root bridges, the only double decker living Root bridge in Asia, a result of bio-engineering practiced by the locals. The bridges can bear 50 people at a time and are spectacular to watch. To reach this one of a kind double decker root bridge one needs to trek for few hours.
MAWLYNNONG Village referred as ‘God’s own garden’ has won the acclaim of being the cleanest village
MAWLYNNONG Village located in the East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya, also referred as ‘God’s own garden’ has won the acclaim of being the cleanest village in Asia in 2003 as well as the Cleanest Village in India in 2005. The village offers picturesque natural beauty, a trek to the living root bridge at a neighbouring village Riwai. The adage "Neighbours envy, owners pride' is apt for Mawlynnong as it has earned the distinction of being one of the cleanest villages in Asia, a fact that every Mawlynnong villager is proud of and other villagers are envy of. Suprisingly, the village has hundred percent literacy and most of the villagers are conversant with the English language.
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