Best time to witness the beauty of North East India

The North East region of India is a captivating blend of verdant landscapes, mystical mountains, enchanting waterfalls, and vibrant cultural heritage.

Capturing the essence of this enchanting destination becomes an exhilarating challenge. To fully experience the breathtaking beauty of the North East, choosing the optimal time when the region is at its most mesmerizing is crucial.

In this blog, we will be guiding you through the best time to witness the North East's splendors and ensure an unforgettable experience for all travel enthusiasts.

North East India in Summer (April to June)

The duration of summer season varies from region to region but generally speaking, April, May and June marks the presence of the summer season in this region.

The summer season offers a pleasant climate in most parts of the state, making it the most ideal season of the year from a tourism point of view. 

The temperature in most parts of the region does not exceed 30 degrees Celsius.

Therefore, by planning your vacation to Northeast India, you can indulge in uninterrupted bliss amidst nature's embrace, with clear skies above you radiating a joyful ambiance.

During the summer season, make sure to include these must-visit places in your itinerary for the Northeast region: Kaziranga National Park, Ziro Valley, Tawang Monastery, Jaintia Hills, Dawki River, and Nathu La, among numerous others that are easily accessible during this time. 

Moreover, take advantage of the season to engage in a plethora of exciting activities such as kayaking, boating, mountain biking, capturing breathtaking landscapes through photography, exploring caves, and more.

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North East India in Winter (October to March)

The Winter season in most parts of the region begins around end of October and lasts till the beginning of March.

In the winter season, Northeast India showcases a range of climates, from cold temperatures in certain parts to extremely freezing conditions with subzero night temperatures. 

Lower altitude regions offer the opportunity to explore picturesque hill stations and experience the rich tribal cultures.

 For snow enthusiasts and those seeking extreme cold weather, the snowbound villages and hill stations in Northeast India, particularly in Sikkim, are an absolute delight during the winter.

Snowfall is frequent in the upper parts of Northeast India from November to February. The winter season is perfect for visiting Northeast India to explore Kaziranga National Park and enjoy the cultural festivities of the Hornbill Festival.

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North East India in Monsoon (June to September)

The monsoon season graces northeast India from June to September, enveloping the valleys and hills in its refreshing downpours.

The Region experiences rainfalls that range from heavy to extremely heavy. Heavy rainfall affect the road conditions in the region, hampering the movement of vehicles.

It is advisable to skip this part of the year to explore this region because of the heavy rainfall and landslides you may have to face on your trip.

In gangtok. there are numerous places to visit which will amaze you.

In case, you wants to experience the scenic rainfall, the region houses in all their glory it is advisable to visit the Northeast region during the Monsoon season.Most of the adventure activities, however, cannot be availed during the rainy season in northeast India.

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