There's much more to Assam than its world famous tea. It is the land of the one-horned rhinoceros that roams Kaziranga National Park and the mighty Brahmaputra River that flows rapidly to merge later with the Ganga on its way to the Bay of Bengal. Perched on top of the Nilachal hills is Kamakhya a temple named after a most revered Goddess. The state is also famous for its colourful fairs & festivals.
Guwahati, Umananda - Ugratara, Doh Porbotia, Sualkuchi, Chandubi Lake, Dibrugarh, Dispur, Majuli (the world's largest river island, situated in the midst of river Brahmaputra) Silchar, Tezpur, Digboi, Barpeta, Garhgaon, Hajo, Sibsagar
Meghalaya, or "Abode of the clouds", comprises Khasi, Jaintia and Garo hills that are rich in biodiversity. They have the thickest surviving forests in the country in which there are several sanctuaries where flora and fauna of a myriad species exist. The state provides immense opportunities for adventure in the very lap of nature. A major attraction is the presence of about 500 natural limestone caves which people come from far and wide to see.
Shillong- the capital city of Meghalaya, Cherrapunjee, Mawsynram, Jakrem, Nongpoh, Tura, Nongstoin, Jaintia Hills, Khasi Hills, Mawphinag, Nartiang, Botanical Survey of India Orchardium, Dawki, Umngot, Creek, Pamsutia Canyon