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    Enjoy a Bonfire Night? Here are 5 best places from Northeast

    Winter gives us the chills, but it also offers plenty of reasons to plan for various touristy activities. We have handpicked a few location for a warm and memorable experience.

    Enjoy a Bonfire Night? With the onset of New Year, plans for various touristy activities have reached a new high. Camping is one of the most interesting touristy activities during this season. Regardless of how chilly it gets, a happy company around dancing flares will make anyone feel great inside. A bonfire will always take some special care to guarantee that you and your group will be warm, comfortable and safe.

    Here are some of the best places to experience a bonfire night in Northeast India.

    Tsomgo Lake, Sikkim

    From tough landscapes to wonderful monasteries, Sikkim offers a bounty to explorers. To encounter the best of Sikkim, a visit to Tsomgo Lake and a night camping by the side of the river is a must. Visitors are welcomed here with the stunning views of the surrounding mountain ranges. Light up a fire, take out your guitar and enjoy your night.

    Dawki, Meghalaya

    Dawki in Meghalaya is the best spot of you want to appreciate boating, kayaking, swimming and numerous other water activities. The Umngot River in Dawki is the cleanest river in India where you can indulge in scuba diving and snorkeling. Camping in Dawki is very famous. It is smarter to pre-book camps include bonfire as a part of their package.

    Kaziranga National Park, Assam

    A wildlife treasure, the Kaziranga National Park is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The main attraction is the one-horned rhino, of which Kaziranga houses 66% of the population on the planet. It is likewise a tiger reserve for the Royal Bengal Tiger.

    Try a night with bonfire in this illustrious national park for an unmatched experience.

    Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

    Tawang offers a window into the paradise for voyagers in Northeast. The pleasant Buddhist monasteries, lakes and waterfalls decorate this delightful district in western Arunachal Pradesh. Perched at a rise of roughly 10,000 feet, Tawang offers the visitors a stunning encounter. Tawang-Tsu valley or Pankang Teng Tso Lake can be some very good sites to set up a bonfire session.

    Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

    One of the wettest spots on the planet, Cherrapunji has staggering scenes for its visitors. You can look at the Nohkalikai Falls, one of the tallest dive waterfalls in India. There are different waterfalls worth visiting, to be specific the Seven Sister’s falls, Dainthlen Waterfalls and Mawsmai Falls. Don’t forget to visit the living-root bridges in the village of Mawlynglong wher you can spend the night by the side of a warm bonfire.

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