North East India Hill Stations and Sightseeing

By | December 24, 2011

North East India Hill Stations and Sightseeing

With mind-blowing tourist places and monuments, North East India is a wonderful tourist destination for all Range of people and from all parts of world. The North East India is composed of the seven states which are known as seven states, and the seven states are Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura. The multifaceted attractions, like hill stations, rich culture, scenic beauty, green valleys and varied topography makes the North East India as the best for tourism.

Here are some of the attractive sightseeing places of North East India:
Tawang Lake: This incredibly beautiful lake is the best place for sight seeing and it surely captures the hearts of all tourists.

Monasteries of Sikkim: Attractively built, the monasteries hold the unique charm which makes the visitors to mesmerize.

Assam Tea Garden: Seeing this beautiful green tea garden is a really treat for all visitors and it is the place which produces the finest tea in the world.

Some of the hill stations of North East India include:

Dalhousie – Dalhousie is one of the best hill stations which attract more number of visitors every year. This beautiful hill station is 80 winding kilometers away from Pathankot and it is covers about five hills. This attractive hill station has calmness in it which is considered as its own distinctive flavor.

Manali – Manali is also an important hill station which is the destination of thousands of tourists for all vacations. With cool atmosphere, Manali offers a perfect haven in all hot Indian summer seasons. Apart form all sightseeing places, Manali is also popular for exploit sports, such as skiing, trekking, mountaineering, hiking, rafting, paragliding, mountain biking and kayaking.

Shimla – With green grasses and snow-capped tops, Shimla is best place to spend the vacation in a peaceful way.

Other best hills stations of North East India include Mussoorie, Nanital and Mt. Abu.