Best Place In North East

India is a rich and diverse country that satiates the hunger of every kind of traveler. Some of the finest destinations and attractions amongst those lie in the North-East region of the country. A lot of people plan their adventure trips, family tours, and even honeymoon at these locations. If you too are planning for the same, check out our range of North East India tour packages on the website of TOI. There are multiple packages for families, honeymooners, and even solo travelers.


A journey to Sikkim India means awakening the senses and discovering the pristine beauty of the land. What one will find most fascinating is the journey itself-a continuum of sights, sounds, and feelings. Sikkim is a dream that one can realize and enjoy now that the area is open to all. It is a state cloaked in the mystery of remoteness and far away from the din and bustle of the modern world.


From viewpoints to monasteries, there are many tourist attractions in Gangtok Sikkim to visit. Take a look. Among all, the most-visited site of Gangtok is the Namgyal Institute of Tibetology. Built-in 1958, this institute is a research center for Mahayana Buddhism and Tibetan culture. Besides being a museum of traditional and old artifacts, one can also buy Buddhist religious books and other objects of craft.

Arunachal Pradesh

Such historical sites apart, Arunachal has a large number of beauty spots at various altitudes where one may relax and refresh oneself in a pollution-free environment. There are waterfalls, glades, forest groves where one may picnic, camp, or relax in an available rest house.



Apart from being the home of the one-horned rhino, it is also the natural habitat of wild buffaloes, wild boars, elephants, Barasinghas (swamp and hog deer), leopards, tigers, hoolock gibbons, capped langur, rock python, monitor lizards, various species of eagles, partridge, bar-headed geese, whistling teals, florican storks, herons, pelicans and water fowls. Large areas of the park comprise of marshland interspersed with large pools fringed with reeds, patches of elephant grass, scattered trees, and thickets.