Guwahati: Trekking locations can be found in almost every nook and corner of the country. However, Northeast India holds a special spot — the region is in fact known as India’s best kept secret. Decorated with the intrigue of nature and amazing locations, the region resembles a little bit of heaven, especially when it comes to trekking destinations.
Committed trekkers have investigated a great deal on enchanting regions that are still considered off-beat, and Northeast offers delightful trekking trails. The lesser frequented courses in the region are typically laid with special stories and it is such a voyage to unfurl them individually.
We’ve compiled a list of six trekking destinations from Northeast India that you must visit after COVID-19 crisis is over:
Reiek is a mountain and place of tourist interest 29 km from Aizawl, Mizoram, India. It sits at a height of 1,548 metres and offers a spectacle on the encompassing valleys and hills. Reiek is a typical Mizo town comprising of the particular conventional cottages of the distinctive Mizo sub-clans, Mizo chieftain’s home, an unhitched male’s residence and that of a widow has been made and looked after by the government of Mizoram. The houses here are completely outfitted giving the guest a look into the brilliant past of the valiant highlanders.
Nagaland’s highest pinnacle Mount Saramati offers an incredible path to mount on. As you arrive at the top, (if the climate is clear) you will get an eye-popping perspective on the picturesque and hypnotising sight of the Chindwin River of Myanmar. The best time to go on a trek to Mount Saramati is during the long stretches of March, April, October and November.
Japfu Peak is a popular tourist attraction in Nagaland. The peak stands at an elevation of 3048 metres. The view of the encircling valley and that of the hills from the height is bewitching. It is the second highest peak in Nagaland. The Dzuko natural valley below could be a nature lover’s paradise. It’s conjointly referred to as the ‘Valley of Flowers’. The natural depression when fully bloomed is an amazing sight from the highest point.
Kibithu is one of the easternmost inhabited LAC (line of actual control) towns placed on the border of India and China. This small town of Arunachal Pradesh precisely positioned on the last road of Northeast is covered with gorgeous hills and wonderful beauties created naturally. The popular Lohit river of China enters India from Kibithu city. The massive hanging bridge of Kibithu is a special treat for guests, although they need robust nerves for crossing the bridge if the strong winds pay a visit at Lohit river.
Gorichen Peak is the ideal spot for the explorer in you. The peak is not only the most elevated place in Arunachal Pradesh at 22,500 feet, however, it additionally represents a high challenge to trekkers. The flawless Gorichen Peak offers sublime perspectives. Regardless of whether you scale the statures or not, you make certain to appreciate the incomparable magnificence of the grand pinnacle.
A sloping region, Tamenglong is all slopes, valleys and extents. The wonderful region of Tamenglong is a magnificent area brimming with common and social decent variety. Home to uncommon orchids, virgin backwoods, uncommon types of feathered creatures, Tamenglong is otherwise called the Land of the Hornbill.