Category : North East India

Escaping it all in the tribal lands of North East India

Exploring the Remote and Unexplored Tribal Lands of North East India Is it just me or does anyone else ever dream of just leaving it all behind, going totally off grid and living off the land on a desert island or in a remote valley discarding all the worries and......

Why you should skip Tibet and visit Tawang instead.

Skip Tibet and visit Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh, North East India instead. I always longed to visit Tibet – just the name conjures up images of snow capped Himalayan mountains adorned with colourful, fluttering prayer flags, the roof of the world, serene Tibetan culture, the grandeur of the Potala Palace and......

8 Reasons why North East India should be on your bucket list

Why you need to add North East India to your bucket list Tucked away between Bhutan, Tibet, Myanmar and Bangladesh the captivating region of North East India is far from the chaos of Delhi and the tourist filled sights like the beaches of Goa and the Taj Mahal and the normal......

Meeting the Apatani Tribe of Ziro Valley: A Photo Essay

Meeting the Apatani Tribe of Ziro Valley: A Photo Essay The Ziro Valley is home to not only some of the picturesque scenery in North East India but also the unique Apatani tribe. Nestled within Arunachal Pradesh’s mystical and rugged Himalayan mountainscape this layered landscape of green rice fields, rivers, gently......

An Adventure to the last Shangri-La! Exploring the Mountains and Monasteries of Tawang: A Photo Essay

Welcome to Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, India! As I stood amongst the soaring Himalayan mountains, fluttering prayer flags and colourful monasteries it was hard to believe that I was not in Tibet. I was still in India, but only just. The largely unexplored diverse tribal region of North East India offers a......

Kaziranga National Park – the best place to see the endangered one horned Rhino

Kaziranga National Park – the last refuge of the one horned rhino The fertile plains of Assam, North East India, are known for their tea and for being the home of Kaziranga National Park – the last refuge of the endangered one horned rhino. This the best place to spot......

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