UNESCO World Heritage Sites in North East India

Known for the presence of One-Horned Rhinos, Kaziranga National Park is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Northeast. 

Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is a biodiversity hotspot and covers an area of 39,100 hectares.

The Khangchendzonga National Park was the country’s first “mixed heritage” national park.

The Apatani Cultural Landscape centers around a tribe inhabiting the Ziro valley in Arunachal Pradesh. The Apatanis are nature worshippers and practice traditional sustainable farming methods.

Charaideo Moidams are ancient Assamese burial sites of the Ahom dynasty and are also known as the Assam Pyramids.

Namdapha National Park & Tiger Reserve is situated in the Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh. It consists of over 1,000 kinds of flora and 1,400 species of wildlife.

Majuli, the largest river island of the World, is the perfect blend of culture, history, and sightseeing. It is located on the Brahmaputra River in Assam.

Unakoti in Tripura is famous for its ancient rock-cut sculptures and carvings of Hindu gods and goddesses.

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