Share an approximate budget
Review our plan
If you like it, you travel
``A good traveller has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.``
Traveling to northeast India with family doesn't have to be limited to staying in a resort and going sightseeing. You can explore the local way of life and even take part in activities like momo making, trying your hands at weaving and even plucking strawberries from a farm.
The flora, fauna, cultural and even architectural diversity ignites curiosity among a lot of academicians. If you are one or know someone who is looking to explore northeast India as a part of their educational research, then they are on the right track.
If time isn't a constraint then finding Nemo is a trip that we would love to plan for the wanderlust in you.
From the monastery in Tawang to the Gurudwara in Mechuka and traditional spas in Sikkim, northeast India will quietly cradle you in its arms while you relax.
Northeast India shouldn't be considered as a muse for only those with an eye for capturing landscapes. You can capture tribal life or ruins of old dynasties apart from a multitude of colourful festivals and of course rhinos!
Even those who have pledged to be unmarried for life might change that thought, just to experience a wedding in the locales offered by the region. Birthdays, honeymoons, reunions, anniversaries and any other reason which calls for a celebration becomes special in the aura of the region.
With extraordinary ethnic, cultural, religious and linguistic diversity and being home to more than 160 Scheduled Tribes speaking about 175 languages, festivities and celebrations are a way of life in the region. From the famous Bihu festival of Assam, to Holi celebrations in Manipur the list is endless.
If you have your eyes set on the Golden Mahseer or you just want to try your hand at angling, then the waters from the Himalayas running through the sparsely populated and pristine Arunachal Pradesh is a solid bet!