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Aizawl - Montage of Aizawl City

DISTANCE  -2462 KM From Delhi, 366 KM From Shillong


 By Air : Aizawl, the capital city of Mizoram is well connected to all the other cities of India by a strong network of flight running on now and the basis.

By Rail : It is also well connected through a network of railway, Lumding being the nearest  railway station, 180 km north of Silchar.

By Road : Aizawl is connected to all city through a network of roads, NH 44 being a national highway that connects the city to other cities.


Aizawl is also known "the home of the highlanders," Aizawl, the state capital of Mizoram, and is located at an altitude of 3500 feet above sea level. It is the seat of a rich tribal cultural variety and is famous for its handicrafts. The town is blessed with out of the ordinary natural beauty. While the river Tlawng flows quietly on the east, on the north one can see the jagged hills of Durtlang.


Tamdil : This a famous spot for picnic for locals in Mizoram. This natural lake is reputed for its fish and prawns and is an 85 km drive from Aizawl. The lake view gives a soothing view to the eyes of the tourists. The resort village of Saituai is just 10 km away.

Vantawang : Surrounded by a enormous stretch of thick bamboo forests close to Thenzawl hill station is Mizoram's highest waterfall Vantawang (750 ft.). Located 152 km from Aizawl.

Champhai : Drive along the fertile plains of Champhai, about 200 km from Aizawl to enjoy the stunning outlook of bright green rice fields bordered by the smoky hills of Myanmar. This full of life commercial hub on the Indo-Myanmar borderline also attracts nature lovers by the droves.

Phawngpui : One of the premium come across with Mizoram's marvelous vista is Phawngpui , its highest peak, which is extremely popular with trekkers and adventure enthusiasts. The Blue Mountain, as it is often referred to, is 300 km from Aizawl and close to the Myanmar border. Fragrant herbs and rare species of orchids and rhododendrons are found here.

Saiha : Saiha is an angler's paradise on the Chhimtuipui, Mizoram's biggest river, 378 km from Aizawl. Overnight stay are arranged at the tourist lodge at Saiha. Phawngpui also know as Blue Mountain is only 30 kms away.

Lunglei : Situated in South Mizoram, this is a popular hill station offering fascinating vignettes of Mizoram's renowned natural beauty.

October - March


It is generally cool during the summers with temperatures ranging from 20 to 30°C and heavy rains during the months of May to September. Winter temperatures range from 10 to 20°C. Fog is commonplace, and the first rays of the sun drive it away to make way for the mountain peaks-a sight that often attracts many tourists.


A Jhum crop is very famous in Mizoram and the people of the region celebrate the festivals related to it with traditional gay and pomp. In the months of February to March the clearing of the jungles to make way for sowing is celebrated through the festival of Chap char Kut. The harvest festival is celebrated during the month of December and is called Pawl Kut. Another festival, Mim Kut, is celebrated after the maize harvest in September in honor of the departed souls. The birth of Christ, and New Year's Day are also major festivals.
The Mizos are famous for their Bamboo dance. Cheraw, Chheih Lam, Solakar or Sarlamkai are other famous dances.

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