North East India

Diversity, one word to conjure up an image of North East India. Imagine a varying landscape, from flat river bottoms to thick rainforests to snow clad peaks. Inhabited by the most varied species of flora and fauna including the Asian Elephant, the Bengal Tiger, the Red Panda, Asian Rhinoceros, the Great Indian Hornbill, the Snow Leopard, and perhaps the most varied species of Orchids. A demography of various tribal factions, still untouched by the developments of the 21st century, that varies accordingly to adapt itself to the varying eco-system.

Nestled in the Eastern Himalayas the North Eastern region of India is abundant in Natural Beauty, Wild life, Flora & Fauna and its Colorful people. The region comprises of seven states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and the latest inclusion Sikkim.

The dense forests lying in the foothills of north eastern Himalayas are home to many wildlife parks such as world heritage sites; Manas National Park and Kaziranga National Park, the mighty Brahamaputra being a paradise of white water lovers, numerous waterfalls and caves are some of the wonders of the region. The north east of India is one of the most beautiful regions in South Asia and offers immense opportunities for tourism.

We offer treks, wildlife safari’s, cultural & festival tours in North east India. Do write to us with your plan and we will customize an itinerary for you.


Assam a legendry state in terms of tradition and civilization, is the gateway to the North east of India! The abode of the great Asiatic One Horned Rhinoceros and aromatic tea gardens the state has a wealth of vibrant landscape, hillocks, forests, rivers, flora and fauna. Crafted with much special care, Assam casts a spell on the travelers with its wildlife parks, river cruises on Brahamaputra, tea estate excursion, angling for the golden mahaseer, monuments and festivals.

Arunachal Pradesh

Bordering Tibet, China, Bhutan and Myanmar the region located on the easternmost Himalayas. The “Land of the rising sun” is one of the most sparsely populated states of India; it is home to more than 60 aboriginal tribal groups and sub-groups. With five major rivers - Kameng, Subansiri, Siang, Lohit and Tirap, the state forms one of the biggest river systems in the world, called the mighty Brahmaputra. The snow peaked mountain ranges of Arunachal are home to some high peaks such as the famous Gorichen, Kangto and Takpa Shri. Arunachal a paradise for adventure seekers offers mountaineering expeditions and trekking in the upper reaches of Tawang and Bomdila, world-class white water rafting and angling expeditions on Siang, Subansiri & Kameng and world’s only Tiger reserve to have four feline species the Tiger, Common Leopard, Snow Leopard and Clouded Leopard.


Literally “The Abode of Clouds” gets its name from its climatic phenomena that brings downpour of rainfall to this region and therefore holds its first place to receive the heaviest rainfall in the world. Meghalaya is a region of great scenic beauty; a panorama of lush green meadows, undulating hills, fertile valleys, 250 species of orchids, meandering rivers, waterfalls, sparkling mountain streams and lakes. A trip to Meghalaya promises a rendezvous with exclusive flora and fauna, some very scenic treks through the verdant valleys and world class caving through some deep stalagmites and stalactites caves.


The word Mizo means “Highlander” and Mizoram stands for the “Land of Mizos”. The state is covered with thick forests rich in its flora and fauna and has steep hills with an average height of 900meters above sea level, Phawngpui is the most revered mountain of the area with an altitude of 2965 meters, is a delight for trekkers as it provides spectacular views of the expanse. The Wildlife parks of Mizoram are home to the rare species such as the swamp deer, tiger, leopard, elephant and hoolock gibbon.


The word Manipur literally means a 'jeweled town', a name that rightly justifies the small and picturesque land. Rich in its culture, tradition, and ethnicity, Manipur’s Raasleelas and the classical dances hold a very significant position in the cultural map of India.


Nagaland, the land of the hospitable and warm Nagas has always evoked a sense of awe and wonder in the minds of people. Today, most of the Nagas have become Christians; however they still preserve the remnants of their early animist culture and ancient traditions. Nagaland is a pleasantly charming land with avant-garde trekking routes such as the Japfu peak and Dzokou Valley. The wildlife sanctuaries of Nagaland are home to animals such as the Tiger, Hoolock Gibbon, Mithun, Sambar and Wild Dogs.


“The Shangrila”, Sikkim is a charming land of orchid sanctuaries with more than 500 indigenous species of orchids, mountain lakes, snow clad mountain ranges with Mt Kanchendzonga the worlds third highest mountain and dense forests. Travelers embarking on a journey of Sikkim discover a mystical wonderland of spectacular natural beauty. The panoramic perfection of the snow-capped Himalayas, the heady scent of flower-decked meadows, the vibrant culture and joyous festivals, the infinite variety of its flora and fauna makes it a holiday that is at once fascinating and challenging.


Tripura is believed to be originated from "Tripura Sundari" - the supreme deity of the state remarkable in Hindus as one of the fifty one peeths of Hindu Pilgrims. Tour to Tripura is very exciting with its ethnic cultural diversity, rich natural environs, temples, museums and palaces.