The kingdom of wilderness of the spectacle called North East India is still in the books of least explored places in India. The narrow corridor squeezed in between the Indian Himalayan ranges in the north, Myanmar in the east and Bangladesh in the south… is bedded with a vast ecosystem that is home to several species of flora and fauna. The region is a conglomeration of eight small states, including Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura and hosts many national parks and wildlife sanctuaries apart from being dotted with several tribal settlements. With the influence of the Brahmaputra River and other small rivers (of the respective states) the ecosystem in this part of the world has acquired unique geographical features that have turned the region into a safe haven for wildlife. Thus North East India shouldn’t be ignored as a faraway region BUT should be taken as one of the best regions for wildlife tours in India. Here are some facts about some of the best national parks and wildlife sanctuaries of North East India that will help you to plan your North East Tour in the COMING WILDLIFE SEASON.