Here’s what to see and do when in Mizoram

Love the hills? Then you’ll surely fall in love with Mizoram…

Planning a trip to the mountains but cannot decide where to go? Well, we have the perfect destination for you – Mizoram. This breathtaking place has 21 peaks and is known for its rivers and lakes as well. If you have been planning for a North East India then Mizoram is a good place to start. But there’s more to hills and lakes to Mizoram, their food, culture and even traditional dance is something surely to witness at least once in your life. So let’s tell you where to go and what to do when in Mizoram…

  1. Phwangpui Hills – Phawngpui Hills is the highest mountain peak in Mizoram and it is located in Chhimtuipui District near the Myanmar border. If you are a fan of beautiful flowers and want to take gorgeous photos and this place is a must visit. From orchids to rhododendrons, this place will surely leave amazed!
  2. Murlen National Park – Located in the Champai district of Mizoram, this is the best option for all the hiking lovers out there. You’ll see several species of flora and fauna here as there’s an abundance of rivers there. Even exotic and rare bird species can be spotted here!
  3. Aizawl – For all you town lovers, Aizawl is a perfect place to see tourists and chill. It is one of the oldest cities of Mizoram and attracts a lot of tourists because of its immensely picturesque surroundings. You can even try and visit some Mizoram festivals that happen here.
  4. Dampa Tiger Reserve – Have you always wanted to spot tigers? Well, then you should surely include this in your list of places to visit in Mizoram. The Dampa Tiger Reserve has a large number of clouded leopards and tigers and you can easily click good pictures here. The place shares a border with Bangladesh and is full of fauna all around.
  5. Barra Bazaar – Fan of shopping? Then think no more and visit Barra Bazaar for sure. This marketplace has all local handmade products that you can buy and even take as souvenirs. You will find products that are specially known to belong to North East India and even other brands.
  6. Tamdil Lake – Surrounded by a dense jungle, this lake is sure to leave you spellbound. Greenery all around, clear blue lake and enthralling sky, what more do you need to sit back and relax?