Landscapes with unique and pristine beauty add life to ecosystems that have abundant bio-diversities. Come and relish your contact with nature and be prepared to be amazed by each and every native setting and patiently observe North-East’s endemic species along the trail. Take a trip to some of the regions’ national parks and reserves to have an exhilarating encounter of remarkable natural beauty and ancient cultures.
Pay a visit to the Nameri National Park in the State of Assam in North-East India where you’ll be able to see some of the native species as well as go rafting and fishing during the summer. The campsites and cottages will let you have a relaxing time of your own and the restaurants nearby will offer a variety of local produce and reward your senses.
In the wetlands of Upper Assam, explore the Dibru Saikhua Park, a declared Biosphere Reserve, which has campsites as well as interpretative trails by the beaches of Brahmaputra. It is the largest salix swamp forest in north-eastern India. You can enjoy the sight of the endangered wild horses and have a marvelous bird-watching experience while boating. What a brilliant combination indeed! A bit further towards the Himalayan range, you can visit the Bhalukpung range, which will amaze you with the natural water show of the Kameng river.
I am sure by now you can visualize yourself roasting your share of fish by the river side!!
Don’t miss out on the spectacular sight of Meghalaya wrapped in greenery where you’ll see India’s tallest waterfalls – NohKaLikai Falls, Laitlum canyons(India’s Answer to Grand Canyons), enjoy the monsoon in Cherrapunjee-the world wettest place or have your own adventure thrill at the Double Decker root bridge in Cherrapunjee and at the same time have decent stay in homestays or the eco-camps nearby. The sound of nature’s mesmerizing music added to the strings of guitar & bonfire by nightfall will definitely enliven your vacation. You can also be a part of the stirring river rafting in the Siyang river which will fascinate you for a very long time. In Jaintia Hills, caving around the trails of the world’s biggest unexplored caves, and a sail along the Dawki river is something you won’t regret as you soak yourself in the sight of the crystal clear lake where boats literally seem to be floating mid-air.
“According to the International Ecotourism Society, “Ecotourism is responsible travel to natural areas which conserves the environment and improves the welfare of local people”. However, recent studies show that the ecotourism as practiced is growing at the cost of the very ecosystem that it claims to preserve. For instance, the establishment of a new ecotourism area – Quintano Roo or Nature’s Sacred Paradise has completely displaced the native Mexican Indians. Endangering the lives of wild animals and siphoning off local resources to meet the demands of tourists, ecotourism, in reality, is but a perversion of the real thing. We have some beautiful Eco Camp accommodation facilities.