Northeast India's only Bangladesh visa office hides down a small lane in Agartala, about 2km north of the Ujjayanta Palace. On paper, tourist visas for Bangladesh are supposed to be issued free of charge. However, s…
Pay park fees at this office, located at the Kaziranga Tourist Complex (marked by an obvious rhino gate) about 800m south of Kohora village. Note that the approachway to the park entrance is via a dirt track diverti…
The government tourist office is 4km away from Tura's town centre towards Nazing Bazaar. The staff offer brochures and sketchy maps, and arrange guides for tours in the Garo Hills.
Among the best hospitals in town for emergencies. Dispur, Assam’s state administrative district, is contiguous to Guwahati along GS Rd in an easterly direction.
Has info on travel in Arunachal Pradesh and processes permits. Also sells helicopter tickets for flights to Naharlagun helipad near Itanagar.
Foreigners are technically required to report and register here with their passports upon arriving in Mizoram, although few do so in reality.
This government office (in Bungkawn, about 4km southwest of Chanmari) has some information and leaflets on local tourism.
In theory, foreigners must register at the main police station upon arrival in Imphal (few do it in practice, though).
Little more than an informal help desk in the Prashaanti Tourist Lodge and a tour booth just outside the building.
Has some basic information on travelling in Manipur. Located in an office block contiguous with Hotel Imphal.