North East

On a bright sunny day, the concept of Ghumakkad was conceived to create a platform for those who find their soul outside the daily madden socio-economical structure of our society.

North East captures the hearts of tourists by offering them attractions such as Blue Mountains, gorgeous green valleys, mesmerizing rivers claims to be a natural paradise. It has been a dream destination for travelers since the concept of tourism has developed.
It is a collective name for the 8 states taken together namely; Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Nagaland, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Tripura, and Manipur. It spreads over an area of 2, 62,230 sq kms and borders with Bhutan, Tibet and Bangladesh. This region holds immense beauty in its stock. Even some region of this huge area has still not been travelled.
India's North East is a land of rolling hills and plains with abundant green cover and a wide variety or rare and exotic flora and fauna.
States of North India
Arunachal Pradesh
The state of Arunachal Pradesh is India's remotest state and the first Indian soil to greet the rising sun. It is popularly known as 'Land of the Dawn-lit-Mountains'. Hindu mythological legend mentions, Arunachal Pradesh was the place where sage Parshuram washed away his sin, sage Vyasa meditated, King Bhishmaka founded his kingdom and Lord Krishna married his consort Rukmini.
Some popular destinations are;
● Tawang Monastery
● Bomdila
● Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Museum
● Ganga Lake
● Pasighat

Assam It is the most developed and accessible state among the North East region. The Brahmaputra River that flows across the middle of the state makes its fertile for paddy cultivation. It has diversified tourist attractions like;
● Tea plantations in Jorhat
● Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati
● Majuli, a riverine island
● Kaziranga National Park

Manipur The state of Manipur has an oval valley enclosed by low lying hills. The capital city of Imphal, promotes its energetic women weavers, potters and traders. The primary attractions here are;
● Floating Islands
● Sangai deer
● Bishnupur

Meghalaya Meghalaya means "Abode of Clouds", a state with scenic beauty, nestled between Indian state of Assam and Bangladesh. It houses a diversified range of people starting from the Khasi, Jaintai and Garo tribes and many natural beauties like foggy hills, cascading waterfalls, and serpentine rivers. This state has huge tourism potential, which at large is still untapped and unexplored. Some popular tourist's locations in Meghalaya are;
● Cherrapunji
● Shillong Peak
● Lady Hydari Park
● Limestone Caves
● Uniam Lake
● Living Root Bridge

Mizoram
Mizoram tourism is also developing select places near the capital city, Aizawl that include Reiek and Hmuifang for the convenience of tourists travelling from Aizawl as the only airport of Mizoram is in the capital city.
Some popular destinations are;
● Tamdil Lake
● Palphui Grave
● Tomb of Vanhiailan
● Champai

Nagaland
This is one of the most colourful states of India having rich in flora and fauna, heritage mix with both traditional and cultural touch, and scenic beauty.
Some of the popular destinations are;
● Dimapur
● Kohima
● Nagaland Sate Museum
● Dzukou Valley
● Japfu Peak
● Satoi Range

Sikkim
A land-locked state of India, considered close to the heavens. The people that live here are Lepchas, Bhutias and Nepalis. Kanchenzonga is one of the world's highest peaks that can be seen from here. It is nestled in the foothills of the eastern Himalayas.
There are over 552 different species and around 690 species of butterflies. Sikkim also houses some of the stunning lakes of the world.
Some of the popular destinations are;
● Tsomgo Lake
● Gurudongmar Lake
● Gangtok
● Pelling
● Lachung
● Rumtek Monastery

Tripura
The third smallest state and a hidden gem that lies wrapped up in the North East corner and bordered by Bangladesh on all the three sides. In the East, Tripura shares a common border with Assam and Mizoram.
It offers eco tourism apart from heritage tour, religious tour, etc. Tripura offers a buffet to avid travelers.
Some of their popular festivals are;
● Kunjaban Palace
● Ujjayanta Palace
● Mughal Gardens
● Tripura Heritage Park
● Jampui hill station
● Tripura Sundari Temple