North East India is indeed a paradise unexplored and one of the best destination for nature lovers, trekkers and wildlife enthusiasts. North East India includes 7 contiguous states Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura, Hence also known as Seven Sister States of India. The North Eastern region also host one brother called Sikkim and some parts of Bengal as Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, and Koch Bihar. It is one of the most treasured and Eco-friendly area in India with vast natural resources and a cauldron of different people and cultures. North-East Indian people offers a colorful reflection of their land and traditional lifestyle. The Mongoloid faced people of this regions are very distinctive in characteristics of dress, customs and language. The seven sister states are a slice of paradise on earth, this place is blessed with natural beauty and colorful flora and fauna. The picturesque location of meandering water bodies, astonishing waterfalls, lush green forest and Blue Mountains ranges along with pleasant weather offers a beautiful view of in the country.
Sikkim :- is situated in the Eastern Himalayas spread below the world’s third highest mountain Kangchendzonga (8585m) revered by the Sikkimese as their protective deity. Sikkim is separated by the Singalila range from Nepal in the west, Chola range from Tibet in the northeast and Bhutan in the southeast. Rangit and Rangpo rivers form the borders with the Indian state of West Bengal in the south. Sikkim’s botanical and zoological affluence is truly impressive. The people of Sikkim are warm, simple and friendly with a natural gaiety. Tista & Ranjit are two Main Rivers of Sikkim. At higher altitudes, monsoon mist cling to huge tracts of lichen covered forest, where every conceivable species of Rhododendron and giant magnolia trees, conifers and beautiful flowering plants as Primulas, Gentians, Blue poppies, Wild strawberry, Raspberry. All over Sikkim forest and wilderness areas are inhabited by the Snow- Leopard, Thar, Yaks, wild Ass in the Tibetan pleatue, Bharal or Blue Sheep, Shapi and the symbol of Sikkim- the endangered Red Panda.The land of five Treasures-Mt. Kangchendzonga – the massive part of massive Himalayan range and other spectacular peaks of lives of Sikkimese people. The best known peaks arePauhunri (7125m), Pandim (6691m), Talung (6147m), Tent Peak (7365m), Jongsang (7459m), Rathong (6679m), Koktang (6147m) and Sinioulchu (6887m) regarded by the mountaineers as the most beautiful peak in the world.
Darjeeling:- This hill town was developed in the mid-19th century, when the British set up a sanatorium and a military depot in Darjeeling. Before this, Darjeeling was the ancient Gorkha capital. Later, the Maharaja of Sikkim gifted Darjeeling to the British. Darjeeling continues to be a popular holiday destination in India, owing to its scenic beauty and pleasant climate. Darjeeling is a travellers delight and is frequented by tourists year after year. Apart from the pleasant weather and scenic beauty, there is a lot to see and do in Darjeeling. Like Tiger Hill, The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, Chowrasta and the Mall, War Memorial, Peace Pagoda, St. Andrew’s Church, of Course Tea Garden.