Besides being an Elephant Reserve, a Project Tiger Reserve and a Biosphere Reserve; Manas National Park is also a UNESCO Natural World Heritage site. One of the best-kept and well managed national parks,
The verdant rolling hills and untouched natural settings of the place make it an excellent choice to sit back and relax.
Famous for its gardens, culture, tombs, mosques, gardens and most importantly - its tea estates, Jorhat is far-famed as the tea capital of India.
Bhalukpong, Arunachal Pradesh
Besides being the nature lover's heaven, Bhalukpong can provide you with comprehensive experience with wildlife and a host of activities commemorating its natural beauty and the environment of a place lesser-known.
Located in Manipur, and known for the oranges grown here! It hosts some of the exotic plants and animals. The verdant hills and forest is home to leopards, hog deers, wild dogs, tigers, hyenas, and many more.
Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh
Ziro is an age-old hamlet in the state of Arunachal Pradesh with soothing weather and a cradle to an extraordinary tribe bunch. It is quite notable for its lush green pine trees and acres of rice fields.
During the monsoon, it receives moderate showers, which further enhances its verdant surroundings. For its display of fresh, natural bounties, Shillong is far-famed as the 'Scotland of the East'.
Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
There are numerous ancient monasteries, where you can find many followers of Buddhism and meet Buddhist monks. It is well-known for being the birthplace of Dalai Lama!
It is an excellent destination if one wants to escape the urban calling and look away, towards nature's simple offerings. Tourists can frequently relish bird watching, trekking, and adventure sports.