Inhabited with handful of population, the hill stations of north east India can be counted among some of the most pristine lands around the nation. Be it the multiple hues of culture, the wilderness of woods or the beauty of nature, there are several reasons to fall in love with North-East India hill stations. Perhaps that is why travelers from far and wide always dream of visiting this particular region of India.
North East India comprises of the eight sister states of Assam, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura. North East India is attached to the rest of India by a part of the land in West Bengal that is termed as the Siliguri Corridor. In recent times, these north-eastern states have climbed the charts amongst the most favoured tourist destinations.
North-eastern states share international borders with multiple neighboring Countries which include the likes of China, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Bhutan & Tibet.
Best Time To Visit North East-
November to April – this is the most suitable time to visit the Northeast since you can anticipate wonderful weather to accompany you all throughout your travel. However, it can get very-much cold in the hill areas around December to February, and the fog can interrupt your journeys.
May to October – The time from May to October sees the heaviest rainfall in this region, and one can assume a few landslides. However, to experience the views of rain-soaked hills, glorious waterfalls, and great walks in low-lying clouds, this would be a fabulous time to visit North East India.
How to reach North East –
By Air: Main airports in the North East are in Guwahati, Imphal, Bagdogra, Dibrugarh, and Silchar. These are well connected from all metropolitan cities in India.
By Train: The North East is well connected by train to most of the major Indian cities, the best connections are to and fro from Assam.
By Road: A good system of roads connect all the North East States, and regular buses from West Bengal make it easy to travel to this sector.