Top 10 Winter Destinations in North East India

It is a famous hill station surrounded by the Himalayas and offers a blend of cultural heritage and scenic beauty, with beautiful views of the Kanchenjunga, Nathu La Pass, and Tsomgo Lake


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A small town nestled in the lap of the majestic Himalayas near Indo-China border, it is endowed with snow-blanketed passes, lakes, and beautiful Buddhist monasteries


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Often called the ‘Scotland of the East’, Shillong offers a mix of natural beauty and urban attractions. Don't the Cherry Blossom Festival celebrated every year in November


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Renowned as the wettest place on the Earth, it is an attractive tourist destination known for its scenic landscapes, lush greenery and mesmerizing waterfalls


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Known as the land of festival, it is a perfect destination for nature lovers with its mystifying valleys, scintillating landscapes, dense forests, and beautiful villages


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It is an offbeat travel destination, a beautiful village in Arunachal Pradesh famous for its stunning landscapes, Pine Hills and annual Ziro Music Festival organized by Apatani Tribe


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Known for its tea gardens, it offers amazing views of the Himalayas and the Kanchenjunga peak. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage is a must-experience


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Only hill station in Assam, it is peaceful town known for its breathtaking landscape, vibrant lakes, waterfalls, and lush green valleys


A beautiful small town in Manipur known for its scenic landscapes, pleasant climate and crystal clear rivers, and lakes. It is no less than a paradise for tourists


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Famous for its one-horned rhinoceros population, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Winter is the best time to see migratory birds and a large number of wild animals

Kaziranga National Park

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