Category Archives: Travel

Rumtek Monastery: Largest monastery in Sikkim

One of the sacred pilgrimage center for Buddhists, Rumtek Monastery is located 24 kilometers from Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim. Rumtek also called the Dharmachakra Centre is the richest buddhist monastic center in India and the largest monastery in Sikkim. Being ...Read More

Arunachal Pradesh Pakke Tiger Reserve: Famous for Hornbill conservation

Situated in East Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh the Pakke Tiger Reserve won the ‘India Biodiversity Award 2016’ It was selected for the conservation of threatened species category under the Hornbill Nest Adoption Programme. The 'Hornbill Nest Adoption Programme' was ...Read More

Sikkim’s Temi Tea Garden, a delight for tea lovers

Tea planters can expect good production in 2017 which might break previous year’s production of 9.50 million kg of made tea (orthodox tea). What can delight more to tea lovers in the aid of boosting tourism too? Sikkim’s only tea ...Read More

Meghalaya’s Pre-historic site, Sohpetbneng Peak dying a slow death!

June 17, 2017: Sohpetbneng Peak is an ideal site for solitude seekers that stands at an altitude of 1,343 metre from the sea level. The location provides a mesmerising bird’s eye view of the dense forest and the city of Shillong. Sohpetbneng, ...Read More

DID YOU KNOW At 7000 ft, this is the smallest tourist town in Sikkim!

Jue 16, 2017: Ravangla or Rawangla or Ravongla is a small tourist town situated at an elevation of 7000 ft in South Sikkim district of the Indian state of Sikkim. It is connected by state highway to other major towns in ...Read More

From Miao in Arunachal to Majuli in Assam, 4 Assam boys are making travel exciting for all in NE!

June 14, 2017: WanderLuster is one of Northeast India's first travel startups providing different accommodation services ranging from unique types like camps(tents), home-stays, farm-stays, rental rooms to the usual ones like hotels and guesthouses in the state of Assam.  With ...Read More

Learn more about the 5 ‘Sacred Groves’ of Northeast India

Northeast India is said to have the most forest cover in the country. In terms of the percentage of forest cover in relation to total geographical area, Mizoram ranked No. 1 with 90.68%. But in recent years there has been ...Read More

A glimpse from the sky: This aerial video of Meghalaya will blow your mind away!

Meghalaya, a name that literally means "the abode of the clouds", conjures up images of the engineering marvel of the living root bridges, the quaint colonial-era capital Shillong, and Mawsynram, one of the wettest places on earth. Yet, all except ...Read More

DID YOU KNOW This Northeast Indian state is called ‘Bamboo Queen’ of India!

It was in the year 2015 with the government of India realised the potential of Mizoram in the production of bamboo and assured of providing all the required support be helped to emerge as the 'bamboo state' of the country which ...Read More