The Northeast region of India is a triangular shaped piece of land wedged between Myanmar, China and Bangladesh and connected to the rest of India by a skinny corridor. It’s home to the Seven Sisters, or seven states, each uniquely different in culture, language and peoples. The area is by far the most fascinating place I’ve explored so far and I believe it must be one of the most interesting corners of the world. It’s also the least explored area of India and was once considered so dangerous most tourists won’t even give it a second look. The road conditions were terrible in some parts, the transport frustrating and an intense curiosity of foreigners made it a tiring adventure. However, the over two months I’ve spent in the region over two different trips is one of the most rewarding experiences I’ve ever had. Having now been to all seven states I am the region’s biggest advocate and I hope more people choose to explore it. Here is a selection of photos I took from each of the seven states.