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1 What is the best time to travel to North East India?

This is another question that we come across almost regularly. What we know as the North East of India is a large geographical area. Which means, North East has a lot and in different seasons, one part of North East India is more grand than the other and vice versa. For example, a trip to Meghalaya during the monsoon is a great way to experience the low-hanging clouds, greenery and grand waterfalls of the state, but at the same time it is not a great time for Kaziranga National Park in Assam during this season. So, in short, there is not a single answer to this question. For detailed information on this question, we suggest you go through this (best time to visit North East India).

2 I am a botanist, will I have any problem with reference to vegetarian food in the North East?

Contrary to popular belief, vegetable food is found throughout North East India. Food choices, especially in large places like Shillong, Tawang, Guwahati and the like, be it Vegetarian or non-Vegetarian, are as diverse as any other place in the country. In small places like Mawlynnong Village, Cherrapunji etc., vegetarian options may not be as diverse and you may also have a choice of some varieties of vegetarian varieties with rice, rotis etc., but vegetarian food is not always available where North East You travel There, no you don't know it !!

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3 Can I travel solo for North East India?

Of course you can. However, keep in mind that the infrastructure for solo travel in the North East is limited. Many other solo travelers from India and beyond, who come here to enjoy the unique beauty, amazing food and unquestioned peace of North East India. We also suggest to you that whenever you are here, do not disturb the environment around you and you will enjoy your time in the North East.

4 How hot is the northeast in summer?

The weather can be anything from humid and hot to extremely cold and snow-free when you are traveling to the northeast and also depending on where you are planning your trip to the northeast. Summer in North East India: If you are planning a trip to North East India, the weather in the plains of Assam will be mainly hot and humid. Majuli, Tezpur, Sibsagar - places like the historic city would be comparatively cooler, courtesy of their proximity to the river.

High areas of North East will be pleasant. And in some cases, even cold. Places like Shillong, Cherrapunji and Mawlynnong, and Meghalaya would be awesome, especially in the evening. Summer is very happy in Arunachal Pradesh and is the best time to visit Tawang, Darang, Bomdila etc. who are not big fans of cold weather. The best thing about planning a trip to the North East is the scenery around. Everything is succulent - green and fresh. Also a great season to taste some delicious local fruits.

I was visiting a distant village in Shillong, Meghalaya, India and it was a dark and gloomy day but all of a sudden I saw an orange light shining on the hills on the side of the curvy roads. I took out my camera and captured the light. This photo gives me a calm feel and reminds me that every end is beautiful!
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5 How cold is the winters in the northeast?

Winters in the North East are generally cold. Everywhere, from the plains of Assam to the high mountains, the mercury dips, completely changing the weather a few months ago. While the plains are pleasant to the nipple, the higher places like Shillong and Cherrapunji tend to cool in winter. The high area of ‚Äč‚ÄčArunachal Pradesh remains cold during winters and winters. In winter, Tawang has snowfall and wears a beautiful coat of fresh white color. If you are someone who likes and enjoys cold weather and places, then you will love Tawang in winter.

6 Will I get a hot room and hot water in winter?

All our homes are equipped with room heaters and gesser / immersion rods for hot water. Hosts also provide guests with hot water from their kitchens, as required (at locations where geysers are not available). In winter, there are heaters in the living room and enough blankets are provided to keep you warm in bed. If you think you don't have enough, just let us know or your host. However, no homestay / stay has centralized heating. Nothing happens in this area when it comes to homes or homes.