Monday, April 9, 2007

Hidden Treasure Of India

Best known as the Seven Sisters, North-East India comprises of eight beautiful Indian states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Sikkim and Tripura. Naturally very affluent, the entire region is prompt in offering wide scope of tourism. Vast greenery and dense forest lying in the lap of Himalayan hills are home to several of wildlife parks and hill stations offering abundant of opportunity for eco tourism.

States of the region

Assam: Gateway to the other north-east states and home to world famous One-Horned Great Indian Rhino, the state is also famous for its dense forests and tea gardens.

Arunachal Pradesh: The Land Of Rising Sun, Arunachal Pradesh has lush green forests and river valleys to offer great opportunity for eco tourists.

Nagaland: The 2nd smallest state of the region, Nagaland conceals immense beauty in its panoramic hills and forests.

Meghalaya: The isolated state called as The Abode Of The Cloud has several of beautiful hills full of eco tourism opportunity.

Mizoram: Full of places of historical interests along with breathtaking natural locations, such as its hills, wildlife parks and valleys make together Mizoram must to be explored.

Manipur: The Land Of Jewels, Manipur is a small north-eastern state with diverse opportunity of wildlife viewing, shopping and cultural exploration of the state.

Sikkim: The most beautiful states of the region, Sikkim is also one of the most beautiful state of the country, and is aptly called The Land Of Orchid.

Tripura: One of the smallest state of the country, Tripura has several of famous temples, palaces, museums and wildlife parks, which constitute the best attraction for tourists.

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