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Birding In North East India

North-East India is the easternmost region of India consisting of the contiguous Seven Sister States and the state of Sikkim. The region has a high concentration of tribal population. The states of Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Nagaland are mostly inhabited by a number of native tribes. Each tribe has its own distinct tradition of art, culture, dance, music and life styles. The numerous fairs and festivals celebrated by these communities and their friendly nature are irresistible attractions for the visitors. The North East is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse regions in India. Each of the seven states that form this part of India has its own culture and tradition. Assam occupies the lush lowlands of the Brahmaputra Valleyand is the most densely populated. Arunachal Pradesh occupies the densely forested and sparsely populated foothills of the Himalayas, and is one of the major tourist attractions because of its Buddhist influence. Meghalaya, with its pine clad hills and lakes, is famous as the wettest region of the world. Nagaland has a rich war history that attracts tourists. The other three states -Manipur, known as the 'land of jewels', Mizoram and Tripura make up a fascinating area consisting of green valleys, lush hills with variety of flora and fauna. These untamed and unexplored and full of lush green valleys, lofty mountains and tumultuous rivers are home for and extraordinary range of flora and fauna. They're the states of North East India, whose natural beauty awaits the traveller looking for something different. Below mention are the different places of birding at North East:

Guwahati is the captial of Assam and the communication hub for the Northeast Hill States of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland

Situated at the elevation of 61 m from the sea level with the area of 391 sq. km, has got its name from Manas river, which is named after the serpent god

Kaziranga & Panbari
Kaziranga National Park is an Indian national park with an area of 378 sq. kms and a World Heritage Site in Golaghat and Nagaon districts of Assam, India.

Dibru-Saikhowa National Park is a national wildlife park in Tinsukia, Assam, India with an area of 650 square km. Located at about 13 kms north of Tinsukia

Situated at the Northeastern part of India, with its lush green valleys and lofty mountains ranges, consist of numerous small and big land of rich forest

Shillong & Cherrapunjee
Located at 1500m in Khasi Hills which is 103 km south of Guwahati, Sillong the capital city of Meghalaya (abode of clouds) was declared as a seperate state.

Situated at 9 km south of Haflong, a small hill in southern Assam. The small village of Jatinga in the North Cachar Hills is famous throughout India because Book This Tour

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