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Gangtok Darjeeling Itanagar
Gangtok Darjeeling Itanagar
Gangtok, the "Lofty Hill" or the "Hill made flat to build the Gangtok monastery in 1716". Gangtok hill station is one of the most famous travel destination in North East India. It is a city, which, till one sees it, one would believe exists only in picture-story books.
The toy train coming from Siliguri is some thing which is liked by the elders and the children equally.
Itanagar has been the capital of Arunachal Pradesh since 20th April 1974. Itanagar is situated at the foothills of Himalayas, and makes the place perfect for tourist.

Kalimpong Shillong Mirik
Kalimpong Shillong Mirik
A small but bustling town in the Himalaya foothills of West Bengal- Kalimpong is another holiday destination at an altitude of 1250 meters.
Perched at an altitude of 1,496 m, this lesser known hill station is also called the "Scotland of the east".
Mirik is 52 kms from Siliguri and 55 kms from the nearest Airfield of Bagdogra.

Tawang Pasighat Zero/Ziro
Tawang Pasighat Tribals
The hill station is approximately 2,085-sq-kms bordered by Tibet in the North East, Bhutan in the Southwest and Sela ranges separate West Kameng district in the East India.
Welcome to Pasighat, the oldest town of Arunachal Pradesh established in 1911. And presently the headquarter of the east Siang district.
The East India Hill station is 5754 ft. (1,780m) high town is almost a level valley enclosed on all sides by pine-clad low stooping hills. This area, also called Apatani Plateau, is famous for Paddy-cum-Fish culture.

Haflong Pelling
Haflong Pelling
While Shillong Hill is out of the state of Assam, a new hill emerges, at 680m high, Upper Haflong. The main language spoken over here is Dimashi.
The laid back, scenic, but rapidly swelling hamlet of Pelling, situated 2,085m above sea level only 2-km beyond Pemayangtse, looks north towards the glaciers and peaks of Kanchenjunga.