From deep valleys to floating islands, get a Bird Eye’s View of these beautiful locations!

Loktak Lake Manipur

Loktak Lake in Moirang, Manipur

John Irom / @john_irom

Loktak Lake in Manipur is the largest freshwater lake in the North-east. It is known for its ‘phumdis’ – floating islands typical to only Manipur. The largest phumdis mass (covering over 40 sq. km) is the worlds largest floating national park – Keibul Lamjao National Park.

Gurudongmar Lake Sikkim

A frozen Gurudongmar Lake in Mangan District, Sikkim.

PHOTOGRAPH: © Sougata Sinha / @sinhasougata

At over 5400 m (17800 ft), Gurudongmar Lake is was one of the highest altitude lakes in the world. It is 190 kms from Gangtok and can reach temperatures of-8* C in the winter months. 

Assam Northeast India
Fields in Assam

Vast checkered fields of Lesia in Dhemaji District, Assam.

PHOTOGRAPH: © Myna Raj / @myna_raj_

Trek to Dzukou valley Nagaland

Dzukou Valley bordering the states of Nagaland and Manipur.

PHOTOGRAPH: © Rituraj Gogoi / @aerial_wanderlust

Dzukou Valley is famous for its lush mountain ranges and diverse wild flora – the ‘liluim chitrangade’, also called the Dzukou Lily, is a rare species of Lily only found in this region. There is increasing growing traction of the Dzukou Valley as a trekking destination for travellers around the year – from peak winter seasons to the tougher monsoon months when the flowers are in full bloom.


Manipur Lake

Rih Dil Lake at the India-Myanmar border via Mizoram.

PHOTOGRAPH: © Michael Zani / @michaelzani

Located around 4 km from Zokhawthar in Mizoram, the heart shaped lake falls in Myanmar but holds extreme religious and cultural importance to Mizo people who visit regularly. Travelers from India can easily visit the lake crossing the India-Myanmar border.


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