The town's natural beauty and gorgeous surroundings are well-known. This quirky location is 170 kilometres from Mizoram's capital, Aizawl.
Aizawl and its surroundings are full of rolling hills and greenery. The city and state are noted for their agriculture, handicrafts, and apparel.
The lush green hills in the backdrops and the clear water in these two bodies of water make it a perfect place to take a picture. So, this is one of the best places to go in Mizoram.
Want to get a better look at Mizoram's beautiful setting and scenery? Come to Reiek. This is one of Mizoram's most beautiful tourist spots.
Mamit is called the 'Orange Garden of Mizoram' for its orange groves. The district is 95 km west of Aizawl and recognised for its natural beauty.
The peak overlooks deep holes and cliffs in Phawngpui National Park. No adventurer should miss climbing Phawngpui.
The unspoiled splendour of Mizoram's Hmuifang Hills offers animals and daring activities. The place is recognised for hosting Thalfavang Kut festival.
This small town gives tourists the sensation of living in a hamlet, with its dynamic vitality, hobbies, and colours.
The Vantawng Waterfalls are a popular site in Mizoram. The waterfall' white frothy water plunges among the Mizo highlands' luxuriant foliage.
Tamdil or Tam Lake is a man-made lake and one of Mizoram's top tourist attractions. Tamdil translates 'Lake of Mustard'
Champhai is recognised for its natural beauty and rice field valleys. It's called the 'Rice Bowl of Mizoram' since it's a major rice-growing region.
Due to its dwindling flora and species, precipices, rivulets, and caverns, Murlen is frequently called the Amazon of India.
The Wildlife Sanctuary is 125 km from Aizawl and rich in flora and fauna, attracting tourists and nature lovers from around the world.