North East

We operate in the beautiful states of Sikkim, Assam and Meghalaya. We book some of the best private hotels in the most exclusive destinations in North East India.

SIKKIM

Sikkim, home to Mt. Kanchenjunga, the third largest peak across the world, offers the ultimate visual ecstasy to the visitors, with its spectacular landscape, forest-trails, cascading rivers and heritage monasteries. Sikkim houses a number of age-old monasteries, which include Enchey Monastery, Pemayangtse Monastery, Sanga-Choling Monastery, Dubdi Monastery, Tashiding Monastery and many more. The Do Drul Chorten is the main stupa in Sikkim. Some other highly recommended tourist destinations in Sikkim are Khecheopalri Lake and Guru-dongmar Lake, known for their exotic appeal. Yumthang, famed as the ‘valley of flowers’ is a major destination in North Sikkim. Tourists also make trips to Pelling, Lachung, Lachen, Ravangla and Tsomgo in Sikkim. Namchi in South Sikim is highly famous for housing the statue of Guru Rinpoche, measuring around 100 feet. Tourists are also found flocking at Rumtek Dharma Chakra Centre and the Namgyal Research Institute of Tibetology in Sikim.

ASSAM

Assam, flanked with hilly terrain and rolling plains is a major tourist destination in Northeast of India. The place lures tourists for housing two major National parks of the country, namely Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park and two wildlife sanctuaries, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary and Orang Wildlife Sanctuary. Kaziranga National park is the refuge of the Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros and Wild Asiatic Water Buffalo. Assam is also enriched with a number of prominent religious sites. Guwahati, the state capital is famous for the Kamakhya Temple, a major center of shakti worship and Tantric Hinduism. The Mahabhairaba Temple and the ruins of Da-Parbaita are also worth watching. The surroundings of the Chandubi Lake is a nice picnic spot, where tourists can also enjoy angling and rowing. The Assam State Museum with a large sculpture gallery also worth a visit.

MEGHALAYA

People mainly visit Meghalaya to savor its mesmeric natural beauty. The place is dotted with a number of exquisite falls like Dain-Thlen Falls, Noh-Kalikai Falls and the Noh-Sngithiang Falls. The Kynrem Waterfall is the highest waterfall in Meghalaya. On the way to the Dainthlen Falls, there is the Sa-I-Mika Park, a one-stop tourist location, set amidst a sprawling 69 acres of splendid surroundings. There is also a large Eco Park, where several indigenous and hybrid orchids is nurtured in the Green House. The Mawsmai Cave located on the East Khasi Hills District and beautiful Kyllang rock of Mairang is also mention worthy.