Indian is one of the most popular tourist destinations globally. In India, you can experience everything like mountains, oceans, forests, etc. In many such destinations, the Northeast is also famous among tourists.
This part is full of greenery, and here you can experience the pure beauty of nature. Still, many places in the Northeast are explored by very few people. Here we will discuss some such must-visit evergreen villages of the Northeast.
1. Ziro Valley
Ziro valley is a place in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. This is one of the best and hidden tourist spots in Arunachal Pradesh. The place is around 115km away from the capital city, and it will take around 4 hours to reach this place. The place is famous for pine forests, towering mountains, paddy farms, and many more things. Ziro has also won the title of World Heritage Site.
2. Majuli Island
Majuli is an island in the state of Assam. This place is also famous as the world’s largest freshwater island. The best time to visit this place is between October to March. You can get there by taking the ferry from the city Jorhat which is also a popular tourist destination. The place is famous for its scenic beauty, greenery, waterfalls, etc.
3. Mawlynnong Meghalaya
Mawlynnong is a place situated in Meghalaya. This place is also known as God’s Own Garden. This village has also won the title of the cleanest village in Asia. The place is around 90km away from Shillong. You can experience the scenic beauty in this place, and it has many other things like a root bridge, the thousand-year-old shoot of the banyan tree, and many beautiful rivers. You must walk on the root bridge to get the best experience of nature.
4. Dzukou Valley
This is a place on the border of Nagaland. You can take a cab from the capital city of Kohima. The place is like heaven. You can experience the lush green forest, flowing streams, waterfalls, etc. This is the best place to experience nature at its best, away from the chaos of the cities.
5. Zuluk Village
Zuluk is a village iN Sikkim. This place is historically important because this was the silk route from Tibet to India, and it is still in use. You can reach there from Gangtok and Siliguri by road. This place is very far from the chaos of the city. Here you can experience the peaceful silence and the beauty of nature. The place is also famous for the Kanchenjunga range.