I recently spent some time in Northeast India in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam with Holiday Scout. It’s a misunderstood tribal area of India, and when I first came here 3 years ago, was barely mentioned in Lonely Planet; it was not recommended to visit because of safety reasons. But now Northeast tourism is growing and NorthEast India travel is safer than ever in most areas. I saw endangered animals, met Apatani tribal people, and ate Tibetan food.
Northeast India is a region that was lesser traveled in India for a variety of reasons. All of that is changing as tourism in the Northeast is starting to come alive, hotels are popping up, and roads are being built. Learn all about 5 things to do in Arunachal Pradesh in India | The Planet D Adventure Travel Blog
A woman collects water lilies | Assam, Northeast, India | Flickr
UMIAM LAKE - Meghalaya India. This is a state in Northeast India where women are the heads of families. Money and power is traced through mothers and daughters as opposed to fathers and sons. It also looks stunningly beautiful.