The unexplored gem of North East, Mizoram is spectacular. A land of diverse landscapes, cultures, attractions; this state is blessed. 21 peaks of the Himalayan range of different altitudes are located in these lands. Sharing its boundaries with three states and two countries, it is one of the intriguing holiday destinations. Thrilling adventures, delectable food, rare arts and crafts, vibrant dance and music are other delights. Paddy fields, rolling hills, gurgling waterfalls, unique flora and fauna create the perfect backdrop.
The capital city of Mizoram, Aizawl is the largest city of the state. Located at an altitude of 1132 meters above sea level overlooking valleys and hill ranges. Called the “Home of Highlanders”, it is blessed with cultural richness. The main attractions here are the Durtlang Hills, Bara Bazaar, Mizoram State Museum, and Solomon’s Temple.
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The second largest city in the beautiful state of Mizoram, Lunglei is a palette of natural beauty, attractions and delights. Visit the stone bridge Lung-lei after which the city has been named. Apart from this there is the Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary home to the species inhabitaning in the amiable forest cover. The Saikuti Hall is a good place to get a glimpse of the intriguing heritage of the state. Artists exhibit their paintings and also conducts concerts and celebrations.
Kolasib is a small town in Mizoram. Having its own share of natural beauty and attractions of the state, the allure is the people. The population inhabiting the locales are of Mongolian breed with roots in Myanmar. Their culture, lifestyle, practices are exceptional. Feel the warm hospitality as you cross this place or take a stop.