We all know that Northeast India is one of the least-explored regions in India, which, despite hosting the best of beauties, never get recognised by the tourists. So, why not make a new bucket list this year and add these unexplored destinations which assuredly need to be recognised by every traveller?
If you are one amongst those who are ready to take up the task, then you have reached the right spot. Let's begin this journey of unveiling sites from discovering incredible villages in Northeast India that will certainly knock you out with their heavenly presence and majestic appearance.
These unknown hidden beauties are the destinations which every traveller would love to savour. Considering their magnificence, it would also not be wrong to call them the paradises of Northeast India. As Mawlynnong has already gained so much popularity amongst tourists and traveller, we have not added it to this list of unexplored and incredible villages in Northeast India.
Ever heard of Khonoma, the first green village of India? Well, we are sure you haven't. That's why we have added this beauty to the list, which is certainly capable of stealing the limelight from Mawlynnong. Rich in diverse wildlife, covered with hills and blessed with lush greenery, Khonoma seems like a painting straight out of heaven.
It is the place where you can find people hunting animals and cutting trees. Rules are strictly followed by each and every inhabitant, which in turn, help in maintaining an unpolluted, rich and beautiful environment. Isn't it an incredible village?
If yes, then pack your bags now and be on the roads leading to Khonoma, which is located in the Kohima district of Nagaland. However, make sure you are using eco-friendly products before you enter the boundaries of Khonoma.
Flourishing in the Lower Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh, Ziro Valley is characterised by beautiful towering mountains, rich pine forests, gorgeous paddy farms, a lively atmosphere and a perfect weather. Hence, it has been added to the list of World Heritage Site.
If you think you have seen enough of lush greenery in your life, then you really need to visit Ziro Valley, which will certainly prove you wrong while flaunting its scenic landscapes. As the region is rich in wildlife, you can spot hundreds of rare and endangered species of animals and birds here. There are also several historical places, such as temples, within the boundaries of Ziro Valley. So, what do you think of embarking on a journey to Ziro Valley now?
Undoubtedly, a heaven for trekkers and campers, Sandakphu is a beauty which cannot be described in words. You really need to catch a glimpse of its exotic surroundings and unearthly appearance to believe its majesty.
Located in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal, it is the highest point in the Singalila Ridge. Hence, from its top, you can witness the elegance of some of the highest mountain peaks in the world, which include Mt Everest, Kangchenjunga and Makalu. Do you really think you can come across such an incredible destination anywhere else in the world?
Home to a small settlement with a few families, this tiny village of Sandakphu is beyond the comprehension of any traveller. You must visit this incredible beauty sprawling in the yards of a paradise.
Another hidden beauty, Moirang is located in the Bishnupur district of Manipur and is one of the oldest-living villages in the state. Even though the village has progressed a lot over a period of time, thereby, giving way to commercialisation, the natural beauty of the village is still intact.
And this is the major reason why we have added Moirang to this list of incredible villages in Northeast India. Apart from learning about its history and exploring its ancient sites which are present in the form of temples, you can surrender yourself to its surrounding beauty, which comprises of streams, forests and beautiful plains.
One of the popular offbeat destinations in Sikkim, Dzuluk is gaining popularity day by day on account of its surreal location in the lower Himalayas, which in turn, provides its visitors with scenic views and a pleasant atmosphere. It is also known for its historical importance as it was once a part of the Silk Route in the past.
However, most of the tourists come here to relax and savour the beauty of its nature. It is also an ideal place for photographers. So, pack your bags now and explore the richness of Dzuluk before it becomes a mainstream destination.