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The Hidden Treasures of North East…

September 1, 2009

Once upon a time, the North Eastern states of India were rife with rumours that Gods themselves had made this land their abode. Legends of Assam have been quoted since the times of Mahabharata (this land was known as Pragjyotisha) and later great kingdoms ruled over Kamarupa (the present day Assam). Ask anyone who has ever been to North East and you can hear stories of nature’s wonders, the hills, the rain and friendly people for days. Off late the North-Eastern states of India have been making news for all the wrong reasons. Often neglected by millions of tourists across the country, travelling through the hills of Meghalaya or the plains of Assam can be an enriching experience.

Here’s something interesting I came across for those of you who are planning to travel to North Eastern India…A nature and culture trip to North East organised by Gypsy Feet – An Alternative Travel Company from 31st Oct 2009 – 8th Nov 2009

Travel enthusiasts will go on an 8 day tour across Kashi Hills in Meghalaya, plains of Kaziranga, Majuli and the largest river island in the middle of Brahmaputra river. One of the Gypsy Feet folks, Kanchuki says, ” We spend a lot of time with the local people in all these places and I believe it’s the best way to explore and understand the culture.”

The trip includes plenty of bird watching and wildlife watching in Kaziranga and Majuli and of course the best part is the Elephant Safari to see the one horned Rhinoceros up-close.

A perfect way to explore the hidden treasures of North East, do hop on this exhilarating ride.

For more details, check out the Facebook Page of Gypsy Feet and to know more about the trip you can check out Gypsy Feet Blog or email them at

Download the BrochureFab 3 Trip (Brochure)

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