The hill stations of North East India, populated by a handful of people, can be counted among some of the most beautiful lands across the world. Whether it's the various hues of music, the forest of woods or the beauty of nature, there are many reasons to fall in love with hill stations in North Eastern India. Maybe this is why travelers from far and wide still dream of visiting this particular Indian area. From Assam to Sikkim to West Bengal, our tour packages cover every destination which defines North East India Hill Stations at its best. Such packages carry you through various parts of North East India. However, our travel experts treat them all with utmost care and attention, from lodging to commutation, special conditions, monetary restrictions and any other travel concerns. All you need to do is give us the chance to be your travel guide and we're making sure you'll forget about the rest.
The best time to visit North East India, which are the fairly dry months, is from October to mid-May. Yet you do get occasional showers in the area even in these months. North East India primarily has a subtropical climate, influenced to the north by the Himalayas, to the south by the Meghalaya plateau and to the east by the Nagaland, Mizoram and Manipur hills.The awe-inspiring landscape stands out on a giant emerald tree like a single red apple-so rare and unique. Those ever-blooming days are perfect for exploring this magnificent region's tribes, trails and teas. There are countless paths to walk, from philosophy to food, spirituality to leisure. Regardless of the time of year, every sister state's charming cities, towns , and villages continue to excite and entertain local and foreigners.