So it would like all summer travel plans are off. Luckily, we had not made any major travel plans for this summer, except for a weekend trip to Kerala for a family function in May.
I had posted yesterday about some interesting lists. Today’s list is my own wish-list of places in India that I would like to visit someday. I will start with the region that I have never visited, North East India:
Arunachal Pradesh – Yes, I would love to visit Tawang. But higher up on the list for me would be either of Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary or Namdapha National Park.
Nagaland – Kohima War Cemetery, the site of one of the greatest battles of World War II.
Manipur – Moreh, a town on the Indo-Burmese border would be quite an off-beat destination to visit.
Mizoram – Possibly the least visited state in India. Simply getting there would be a highlight.
Tripura – In addition to the Ujjayanta Palace in Agartala, photos of which look simply stunning, I am curious about the archaeological site at Unakoti.
Meghalaya – Meghalaya has become a reasonably popular tourist destination these days. I would love to spend a few days soaking in the musical culture of the place and eating at one of the numerous cafes of Shillong.
Assam – By far the largest state and the gateway to the region. Top of the list would be the unique and world-famous Kaziranga National Park.
More to follow over the next few days!
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