22 Nights & 23 Days
#7Sisters: Assam | Meghalaya | Arunachal Pradesh | Nagaland | Manipur | Mizoram | Tripura
Guwahati (1N) Shillong (2N) Tezpur (1N) Dirang (1N) Tawang (3N) Bomdila (1N) Kaziranga (1N) Dibrugarh (2N) Jorhat (1N) Kohima (2N) Imphal (2N) Silchar (1N) Aizwal (2N) Silchar (1N) Agartala (2N)
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MIZ002: Guwahati (1N) Shillong (2N) Tezpur (1N) Dirang (1N) Tawang (2N) Bomdila (1N) Kaziranga (1N) Dibrugarh (2N) Jorhat (1N) Kohima (2N) Imphal (2N) Silchar (1N) Aizwal (2N) Silchar (1N) Agartala (2N)
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Tour Brief & Highlights

The trip covers all of North East India’s 7 SISTERS within 23 days. You travel through North East India’s scenic routes and witness the destinations’ untouched beauty firsthand.

  • GUWAHATI, known as the largest city of North-East India is quite famous for KAMAKHYA TEMPLE (One of the Shaktipeeth temples) and also popular for the Mighty BRAHMAPUTRA RIVER.
  • One of the major cities in Assam, Jorhat, a doorway to both Assam and Nagaland which was carved out of the Sibsagar District in 1983.
  • For those of you who have thought Indian one-horned rhinoceros only existed in Jurassic-era, then a trip to Kaziranga must be in your travel list. Kaziranga National park’s 430 square kilometer area showered with swampy lagoons, elephant-grass meadows, and dense forests is home to more than 2200 Indian one-horned rhinoceros, approximately 2/3rd of their total world population. 
  • Shillong, a very popular tourist destination in the North formerly called Yeddo or Lewduh, city, capital of Meghalaya state in northeastern India is located in the east-central part of the state on the Shillong Plateau, at an elevation of 4,990 feet (1,520 meters).
  • Shillong, derived from the name, Lei Shillong, an idol worshipped at the Shillong Peak is the home to numerous waterfalls.
  • Cherrapunji in Meghalaya, also known as Sohra which was pronounced “Churra” by the British and it eventually evolved into the current name, Cherrapunji.The name “Cherrapunji” which means ‘land of oranges’ was first used by tourists from other parts of India.
  • Dirang a beautiful hill station comprising Tribal Mahayana Monapas sharing their traditions and heritage which are similar to Western Bhutan. 
  • Tawang is the largest Buddhist Monastery in India and the second largest in the world making it the most important site of pilgrimage for the Buddhists. This beautiful majestic Monastery truly lives up to its name and is also called the Galden Namgey Lhatse which literally means ‘celestial paradise in a clear sky’.
  • Namphake Village or the Tai-Phakial village is the largest in Assam, boasting of 70 odd families, who trace their ancestry to the great Tai race. The village folks follow the traditional customs and dress code of the great Tai race and also speak a dialect similar to the language in Thailand.
  • Kohima is also known for its large cemetery known as the War Cemetery in Kohima for the Allied war dead maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
  • Aizawl is known as the largest city, as well as the capital of the state of Mizoram in India.
  • Aizawl’s attractions include a zoological park, the State Museum on Macdonald’s Hill, and the Mizoram State Museum, a treasure house of historic relics, ancient costumes, and artifacts.
  • Tam Dil is situated near Saitual Village, about 110 km from Aizawl  and this is one of the most frequented lakes in the state
  • Having been developed as an important Pisciculture Centre by the Fisheries Department and a holiday resort by the Tourism Department,
  • Neermahal (নীরমহল) (meaning “Water Palace”) is a former royal palace and is the largest of its kind in India and the only one in Eastern India. 
  • This palace is the establishment of Maharaja’s great taste and his fascinating idea of blending Hindu and Muslim traditions and cultures.

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  • As the four of today’s independent states — Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland, and Mizoram were part of the undivided Assam until 1972, ASSAM is the most prominent and eldest SISTER among the 7.

  • ARUNACHAL PRADESH is the home of the APATANI TRIBE: known for its unique nose piercings and tattoos on the face. If you are invited to a meal, don’t decline the offer as its traditional meat preparation is out of this world.

  • Historically MEGHALAYA has followed a matrilineal system where the lineage and heritage are traced through women; the youngest daughter inherits all wealth and she takes care of her parents too!!!!

  • NAGALAND sometimes referred to as “Eastern Switzerland,” is home to 16 major linguistic and dialect tribes.

  • MANIPUR, meaning literally the ‘land of jewelry,’ is endowed with classical dance, luscious cuisines and traditional aura that surrounds the sacred shrines like a lighted stick of incense.

  • MIZORAM has an 87 percent literacy rate, which is the second-highest in the country!

  • Forests cover more than half of the TRIPURA state, where tracts of bamboo and cane are common. TRIPURA possesses the highest number of primate species in any Indian state.

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Kaziranga declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985 for its unique natural environment .It is inhabited by the world’s largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses, as well as many mammals, including tigers, elephants, panthers and bears, and thousands of birds. Kaziranga is popularly known as the home of the “Big Five” – the elephant, rhinoceros, wild buffalo, tiger and Swamp Deer


Tezpur is a town and urban agglomeration in district Sonitpur, state of Assam, India. Tezpur is situated on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, 175 kilometres (109 mi) northeast of Guwahati, and is the largest of north bank towns with a population of more than 100,000 according to the 2011 Metropolitan Census.

Before You Go

  • An Inner Line Permit is required for entering into ARUNACHAL PRADESH AND MIZORAM.
  • One must acknowledge that these wonderful destinations are thoroughly low-profile as regards to touristic facilities.
  • Stay options are limited and basic.
  • Do carry comfortable footwear and clothing which will blend with nature. Traveling with toddlers and infants is not recommended as safari should be the least noisy activity for the best experience!
  • Carry adequate cash in Indian currency as ATMs might not be available in remote areas
  • Carry at least one of your identity proofs
  • Whilst you are in any part of the 7 States of Northeast, one must acknowledge that these wonderful destinations are thoroughly low-profile as regards touristic facilities. We along with the India Tourism are striving hard to promote these virgin touristic destinations & enhance the basic comforts of a traveler making their tour memorable! However, to bring to your notice, the 7 SISTERS are transforming in a hardcore manner to accommodate the many needs of the increasing travelers! Hereby we address & request the visitor to be a real-traveler, respect the infrastructure available& please follow our travel advisories, helping us to serve you better & make you discover the real NORTH EAST INDIA!