The festival also known as the festival of festivals is a 10-day extravaganza that takes place every year in the month of December at the heritage village of Kisama, which is about 12 kms from Kohima, India.
Hornbill is a must visit for culture, music and food lovers.
Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
Located at a height of 2669 metre Tawang is the home to the Tawang monastery, the largest monastery in the world outside Lhasa. It also hosts a range of beautiful religious structures that include the Ani Gompas and the Buddha statue that can be seen from the Tawang market. To the North of the town are the picturesque Madhuri Lake and the Bamla pass. On the other side, a few kilometres from the town are the Sela Pass, Nuranang Waterfalls and Jashwant Garh.
The town itself is very fascinating with Buddhist chants in the air and mystical monks engrossed in prayers around the Tawang Monestry which is about 10 mins from the Tawang market. The market looks like a little Tibet in India with Monpa faces and their traditional dresses which are similar to the Tibetian people.
Double Decker Root Bridge, Nongriat
Meghalaya is blessed with waterfalls, lakes and natural ponds. The best way to enjoy the beauty of the state is to sit back and relax. Among various places in Meghalaya, Nongriat is the place to be in, where you can also see the famous double decker root bridge.
River Canyoning in Meghalaya
Mawlongbna a silent village near the Bangladeshi Plains at a distance of 75 kms from Shillong, gives you the peace and serenity that you have been longing for. It is a keeper of many secrets and a birthplace of legends. We can never reveal all its secret kept in its protected forest, caves, rivers and streams. Among the secrets that Mawlongbna houses, embedded in the rocks of a picturesque plateau, are fossils of sea-creatures that are remnants of an era when the entire area was covered by the expanse of the seas. A short hike to the west of the village where the fossils are found, takes you inadvertently into a land where legends and myths come alive.
The Umkhakoi reservoir which is located further south of the fossil area and was constructed by building a small dam allows water to be stored between massive boulders on each side for about half a kilometre. A variety of fish species are found here and it is a perfect place for a lazy day of fishing. The various recreational activities that can be done here are Kayaking, River Canoeing, Trekking, Swimming, Fishing and many other.
Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh
Home to the famous Apatani tribe, Ziro is considered for UNESCO heritage listing a many times. The village gained a lot of popularity since the advent of the ‘Ziro Music Festival’ five years ago.
The Ziro Music Festival attracts music lovers from all over to participate and relish themselves with the performances.
The blend of paddy fields and bordering hills is a salient facet of the picturesque valley. With visitors from across the globe, Ziro makes it to the top destinations for tourists in India.
Roadtrip to Bhutan
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Be part of what promises to be the most exciting two wheeler experience you can fathom. Ride with us to Bhutan, the land of Dragons. Let the open roads set your soul free as you discover how bountiful the experience of admiring nature on the wheels.
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Meghalaya also known as the Abode of Clouds is one of the seven sister states of India. The state is covered by hilly terrain and experiences heavy rainfall during monsoons. Some of the world’s wettest places are in Meghalaya. The state is surrounded by the plains of Assam and Bangladesh.
Meghalaya is best known for a variety of landscapes, outdoor activities like kayaking, monsoon rain and music festivals to the tourists. The state can mesmerise any visitor with its curvy hills, natural ponds, lakes, caves, beautiful countryside and waterfalls.
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