From exploring the organised streets of Aizawl to walking in the virgin forests; driving through the Wild Mizoram to boarding two-wheeler taxis; trekking to the top of the surreal peak to caving in the pitch dark; buying fruits from shopkeeper-less…
Can you celebrate like a true Northeast Indian?
India is known as the hub of festivals and Northeast India which has such a huge diversity of tribal and non tribal population is bound to have a myriad of celebrations and Northeast India doesn’t disappoint. In fact the overwhelming number of festivals makes it difficult for you to pick and plan your travel. Yes, The Hornbill festival is just one of the many that have become very popular with tourists across the globe. The Ziro Music festival is one of the events that has brought the golden paddy fields for Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh to the eyes of the world.
Some of the other famous festivals of this region are Bihu, Aoleang, Myoko, Wangala, Mopin, Losar, Ambubachi Mela, Saga Dawa and many more. The list will be endless if we keep adding everything. There are more apart from the ones we have featured here and we will be delighted to help you attend any other festival that you may have heard about it. Tell us here.