1. Kaziranga National Park
It is a national park in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of the state of Assam, India. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park hosts two-thirds of the world’s Great One-horned Rhinoceroses. A vast expanse of tall elephant-grass, marshland and dense tropical broad-leaf forests on the edge of the Eastern Himalaya Biodiversity Hotspot, A declared tiger-reserve since 2006, nine of the fourteen primate species found in India occur in the Kaziranga National Park.
Home to over 35 mammal species and a wide variety of water-birds, game-birds, predators, scavengers and migratory-birds, Kaziranga has been identified as an important birding area by Birdlife International. Large rock-python, reticulated-python, king-cobras and other venomous snakes inhabit these regions alongside other reptiles including 15 species of turtles and 42 varieties of fishes. Jorhat, at a distance of 97-kilometers, and Guwahati at 239-kilometers, are the closest airports for visiting Kaziranga which can further be accessed through the roadways.
2. Sone Lake
Lake Sone, which is Locally known as the ‘Sone Beel’ is the largest fresh water tectonic lake in the northeastern Indian State of Assam. It is situated in the Karimganj district, and is the largest wetland in Assam. The speciality of Son Beel is that during winter season is becomes fully farm land where Rice cultivation is done and after winter from March onward this piece land gets filled up with water and become a lake. The depth of this lake is very less so when there is too much of rain then the lake overflows and the excess water channels through the Kakra river to the Kushira river and eventually flows into Bangladesh. Son Beel is famous for its fishery and it is one of the main producers of fish for all the district in southern Assam. Son Beel produces all types of fish and the specialty of Son Beel is its Bhujia fish.
3. Dzukou Valley
The Dzükou Valley is a valley located at the border of the Indian states of Manipur and Nagaland. This valley is well known for its natural beauty, seasonal flowers and the overall flora and fauna. The Dzukou Valley is one of the most ideal place for peace and nature lovers. The D zukou Valley is just 30 km from Kohima, the capital city of Nagaland. The swirling streams that loiters through Dzukou freezes during extreme winter. It is situated at an altitude of 2452 m above sea level, behind the Japfü Peak located in Nagaland. The rare Dzükou Lily is found only in this valley
Mawsynram is a village in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya state in north-eastern India, 65 kilometres from Shillong. Reportedly it is the wettest spot in the world and tourists from across the globe come here for holidays. Due to the absence of a meteorological in this area, Cherrapunjee is still officially considered the place receiving the highest rainfall in the world. The village is blessed with heavenly beauty. The winding roads running along the lush green vegetation offering great views of the snow-clad mountains, views of blooming orchids and beautiful waterfalls leaping into gorges leave one under the spell of natural beauty. When it rains heavily, the place is cloaked in mist, which is such a great thing to experience.
5. Cherrapunjee A Paradise
Cherrapunji is a subdivisional town in the East Khasi Hills district in the Indian state of Meghalaya. It is credited as being the wettest place on Earth. However, nearby Mawsynram currently holds that record. Though, it still holds the world record for the most rainfall in a calendar month and in a year.
With just 90 minutes drive from Shillong on a clear day, Cherrapunjee is ready to shower you with all the magic it treasures. On your way to this spectacular place you may pass Mylliem where you can see the old method of black smithy. The winding mountainous terrain will take you through the spectacles of lush green vegetation until you reach a small hamlet called Sohra-rim, the original Cherrapunjee village or Sohra.
6. Champawati Kunda & Akashiganga Waterfall (The joy of trekking)
Champawati Kunda is also known as Chapnalla Falls. The falls is located in Chapnalla town in the Nagaon District of Assam. The district of Nagaon, earlier known as Nowgong has earned a name in history. Within lovely surroundings and picturesque backgrounds, Akashiganga is a gigantic waterfall close to Dabaka Town, on the Dabaka-Dimapur Road in Assam. Located 50 kilometers to the southeast of Nagaon, Akashiganga finds mention as a holy place associated with the Shakti cult in the Kalika Puran.