Planning holidays in the North East? Start with planning a trip to Meghalaya. The land of clouds as it is rightly called, opting for a holiday package for Meghalaya will prove to be the best choice. And once you’re in this mystic land, here are the 10 things that you must do in Meghalaya.   Visit the Mawlynnong Village Earning itself

Nagaland’s biggest festival is the Hornbill Festival.  It simply gets bigger and grander every passing year.  Our Prime Minister attended the festival in the past and seemed smitten by the colours and festivities. Continuing our Nagaland Travelouge series are 8 things you didn’t know about the Hornbill Festival to help you enjoy your vacation package. Courtesy: Soulsteer The hornbill isn’t

Nagaland’s beauty tongue ties the best of people. Though most of the population has accepted western modernization, their tribal culture is still preserved. The people of Nagaland celebrate their traditions with pride! Here’s more of our Nagaland Travelogue to help you plan your tours and travels. Learn About The Tribes of Nagaland   Tribes of Nagaland There are 16 officially

There is something simply magical about north-east India. The seven sister states are the pride of our country because of their well preserved culture. These states display the rich diversity our country has to offer. In addition Nagaland is no different! It is beautiful and picturesque. Hence during your future holiday package for North East, there are several places to

The International Cherry Blossom Festival is all about nature and its magic that must be witnessed at least once in a lifetime. It lures thousands of people to fly to a land that is seven seas away. With every passing year, the festival is gaining more and more prominence in the United States and Japan pursuit of Sakura, as they’re

Spanning across the floodplains of the Brahmaputra River, the Kaziranga National Park is one of Assam’s offbeat places. This park is a protected area in the north eastern Indian state. Kaziranga National Park’s wetlands, forests and grasslands are home to wild elephants, tigers, buffaloes, monkeys, gaur, deer, otters, leopards, badgers, wild boar and the world’s largest population of Indian one-horned

Signs of the religious afflictions of the Bhutanese are quite ubiquitous and permeate a majority of the facets of their lifestyle. The practice of Buddhism is evident in the familiar Dzongs, stupas, prayer flags, and prayer wheels visible around the country. Buddhism was brought to Bhutan by Guru Rinpoche, or Padmasambhava, in the 8th century. The Thimphu Tsechu festival is