6 Reasons why you should visit Northeast India (Part 1)

India is one of the most exotic, attractive and charming tourist destinations in the world. While the Taj Mahal, Rajasthan’s forts and palaces and Kerala’s backwaters are popular attractions, very few visitors visit the remote, tribal lands in Northeast India.

Visit Northeast India

Northeast India sits between Bangladesh, Tibet, Bhutan and Myanmar and is a world away from the chaos of Delhi and other travel cliches you can expect when you think of India.

These remote, diverse and beautiful tribal lands are only just opening to tourism and are home to some of the most fascinating tribal inhabitants, rare wildlife and stunning scenery in India. Degree.

Why should you visit Northeast India

Northeast is still a relatively undiscovered paradise for the enterprising traveler but its popularity is growing and the area is rapidly becoming India’s hottest new destination, so if you want Witness this area extremely happy by (so far) tourism you will have to visit soon

This is the reason why you should visit Northeast India

1. Meet the tribal people and learn about their unique lifestyle

The remote northeastern region of India has long ago been cut off from the rest of the world and so it’s one of the rare places in the world where you can meet authentic tribes who live a very differs even in this modern era.

Northeast India is one of the most culturally diverse regions in the world.

This is the home of more than 200 tribes including unique, fascinating tribes like opium smokers, headhunting tribes in Nagaland and sun-tattooed moon, Apatani tribe in Ziro valley, Arunachal. Pradesh.

One of the best ways to experience the vibrant and unique culture of the fascinating tribal people in Northeast India is through one of the many great tribal festivals.

Witnessing the riot of colors, music and dance and even some of the unique sacrifices and rituals of a traditional tribal festival in Northeast India is sure to be a tough experience forget.

The man hunts the head

Don’t worry, they don’t practice headhunting anymore. But it was a fun experience to meet the tribal people and learn about their lifestyle. It’s best to go sightseeing with a local guide if you want to be made to feel welcome and truly understood their way of life.