Northeast part of India is quite unexplored and unknown to many Indians because for us, our goals are to visit Goa, Manali, Ladakh etc. but India has so much to offer if you are ready to explore the unexplored and thus today’s article is entirely based on the much-unexplored beauty Northeast India.
The tributory of Brahmputra river, river Siang has rage and fury in it. This Adi tribe’s habitat offers the best thrilling experience for the hearts that are hungry for excitement and adventurous experience. Along with river rafting do not forget to try kayaking and angling along with hanging bridge.
Arunachal Pradesh has many mountain peaks and thus offers you the charming sights and the queen of all mountain peaks is Gorichen peak which is 6500 meter high and need a lot of effort to climb up but once you reach the top, the scenery of valley will satiate your soul.
This 17th century monastery is one of the largest monasteries in the world and give a spiritual satisfaction to your wandering soul. This is one of the worth-visiting places in Northeast even though it is located at an altitude of 10,000 feet.
The highest peak of the region located at Sikkim-West Bengak border will give you the Ladakh like trekking experience and asks you to show up your stamina because you need to clinch the excitement.
Tsomgo Lake situated at an altitude of more than 12,000 feet above sea level. The lake gets its water from the melting ice of the surrounding glaciers. At 40 km trek from the capital city of Gangtok and 5 km from the Chinese border is for all the trekkers and adventurers.
One of the highest lakes in the world is the Gurudongmar Lake, located in the northern part of Sikkim. It is a fresh water lake which remains frozen during the winter months. During the summer months, you can feats your eyes on azure waters which work as a perfect contrast to the surrounding rugged terrain. You can catch glimpses of Kanchenjunga from the lake which are ideal for a photo-op.
One of the most important monasteries in Tibetan Buddhism is the Rumtek Monastery, also called the Dharmachakra Centre. The monastery was first built in the 16th century, but has undergone renovation only recently. Like most mountain monasteries, this one too has an air of calm about it. The tranquil surroundings add to the experience.