Category: Chalohoppo Journal

12 reasons why you should visit Mizoram

12 Reasons Why Mizoram Should Be Next On Your Travelling List!

Mizoram, known as “the land of the hill people” to say the least is a place filled with a natural abundance that can quench the thirst for the traveller in you. It is a canvas that is artistically covered by lush green forests, thick bamboo groves, natural caves, tranquil lakes, gorgeous waterfalls and exquisite vineyards. [caption id="attachment_5547" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Breathing the fresh air in Reiek Tlang[/caption] From innumerable hilltops like…

Trip calendar 2020

ChaloHoppo’s Trip Calendar for 2020 | Unique Group Tour Packages for Northeast India

Last Updated on 28/02/2020 This is quite a comprehensive list of over 4000 words covering experiences in the Northeast Indian states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, and Nagaland. The only states missing are Mizoram, Sikkim, and Tripura and if you wish to travel to these 3 states then we can always customise a trip for you. You can send us your enquiry here. The blog has 10 experiential tour packages…

The Island with a Natural Light Bulb – Last Updated on 02/08/2019

‘It is better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times’, it is as though this ancient adage has been fundamental in inspiring the folks at ChaloHoppo to visit less or unexplored places and properties in the North East of India. These ChaloHoppo guys, strive to set up camps and take people to witness the raw magic that nature plays in this part of the country and…

Golden paddy fields of Ziro

The Golden Valley Of Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh – Last Updated on 02/08/2019

In the mighty state of Arunachal Pradesh, where the sun’s rays first reach India, where more than 80% of the land is under forest cover, rests the pristine valley of Ziro. This lush valley is home to the Apatanis, a photographer's muse and a subject of absolute fascination for anthropological and agricultural researchers alike. It has even spiked the interest of UNESCO but is still waiting cold to be declared…

Camping near the living root bridges of Meghalaya – Last updated on 02/08/2019

14th April 2017 was special. This was the day when 52 people camped in Nongriat village, Meghalaya – close enough for everyone to hear the living roots breathe at night. This was the first time ever that a group camped for two nights in a village, only accessible by foot where one walks down 3.5 km or 3600 steps to reach it. Starting from a strip of paracetamol to mattresses…

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