Stand in Two Countries at Once! Longwa Village lets you straddle borders effortlessly. The international boundary passes through the chief's house, allowing you to experience life in both India and Myanmar without a visa. Discover this unique crossroads of cultures!
Guarded by the Supernatural Discover the spine-tingling story of sepoy Harbhajan Singh, who continues to guard the Indo-China border in Sikkim even after his passing. His devotion to duty earned him a shrine and a special status. Join us in paying homage to this guardian from the beyond.
Where Shops Run on Trust! In the highways of Seling, Mizoram, you'll find shops without shopkeepers! Based on trust, visitors can pick what they need and leave their payments in a deposit box. No AI, no robots—just pure trust in the beautiful hills of Mizoram.
Run by Women, for Women Immerse yourself in the history of "Ima Keithel," Manipur's unique all-women market. Dating back to the 16th century, it's a testament to the strength and resilience of Manipuri women who have long supported their families. Witness women power in action!
Where Women Lead the Way In Meghalaya, the Khasi tribe follows a remarkable matrilineal system. Women are the heads of households and breadwinners, while men take a back seat. Celebrate this extraordinary culture where the birth of a girl brings cheers and boys are considered a gift from God.
The Only Floating Palace in the Northeast Tripura boasts the only floating palace in Northeast India—Neermahal! Dive into the state's royal history as you explore this architectural wonder built by King Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya in 1938.
The Deepest and Longest in Asia! Discover the depths of Meghalaya's cave systems, some of the deepest and longest in the world. Krem Liat Prah in Jaintia Hills reigns as Asia's longest cave, with an astonishing explored length of 30,957 meters.
Where Names Are Whistles! In Kongthong, each resident is known by a unique whistling lullaby. Experience this extraordinary form of communication that's as distinct as names themselves.
Protecting Watersheds and Culture The tribal community of Mawphlang in Meghalaya is leading the way in revitalizing their traditional institutions and culture, becoming India's first REDD pilot. Explore the ancient megaliths scattered throughout their lush forest.
Bhut Jolokia, Assam & Nagaland
Meet the Bhut Jolokia, the world's spiciest chili with a staggering 1,001,300 Scoville heat units. Handle with care as you explore its role in Northeast Indian cuisine.