Mizoram is called the land of the hill people. It is located in the north eastern part of India.
It shares its borders with Assam and Tripura, as well as Bangladesh. The state is divided into two districts: Lunglei and Aizawl.
The people of Mizoram are called Mru (meaning hill people). They speak their own language, Lusei/Lushei, which belongs to the Tibeto-Burman group of languages spoken by over 200 million people worldwide. In addition to this language there are also many other dialects such as Lusei Gaolu (Mizo), Khawzawl (Khasi), Mamang etc., all belonging to different tribes within Mizoram’s boundaries
Mizoram is a natural tourist destination, with lush forests and clear rivers.
People looking for adventure will find it in abundance here, thanks to the dense forests and places located at higher altitudes including Hmuifang Tlang and Vanzau. In many of its towns and cities you come across historical sites which witnessed a significant episode in their history—and they’re all fascinating.
Some of the famous rivers of Mizoram are Tut, Tlawng, Tuirial and Tuivawl. There are several lakes scattered across Mizoram—you can enjoy a boat ride on many if them!
Mizoram's wildlife is another one of the state's major attractions for sightseeing & tourist. Two famous parks are Dampa Tiger Reserve and Murlen National Park.
The Dampa tiger reserve is the largest wildlife sanctuary in the state and encompasses a large area of tropical forests.
Mizoram is located in the north eastern part of India. It is surrounded by Tripura, Manipur and Bangladesh. The state has a total area of 21,081 sq km. The highest peak in Mizoram is Lengtlang peak which rises up to 2128 m above sea level (ASL).
If you're visiting Mizoram, don't miss the village of Falkawn. Visiting this village allows you to see how the people live according to their traditional lifestyle. In this village, which represents the Lusei tribe, the Department of Art and Culture created a model based on the villages they inhabit. Additionally, you will find in the village a massive stone memorializing Mizo people who perished fighting against British colonization.
The visit to Falkawn is also a must-visit place during your trip to Mizoram because it is home to several other attractions such as an art gallery, a museum and an amphitheatre which are open to public during certain hours.
Mizoram is a beautiful state in Northeast India, and it's also home to the Mizo people. The Mizos are friendly and welcoming, with most speaking the official language of Mizoram—Mizo—which has its own traditional dress. Most people in this area are Christians as well.
Mizoram is a Christian majority state. The people of Mizoram are mostly Christian and follow the Roman Catholic religion as their main religion. There are also other religions practiced in Mizoram, including Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam.
The main festivals celebrated in Mizoram include Christmas (December 25), Durga Puja (October–November) and Diwali (Festival of Lights).
Mizoram is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. There are many species of orchids, including the national flower of India, the blue lotus.
The state also has an abundance of forests where you can see tigers, leopards and elephants roaming freely around their habitats.
Among all of them the Lengteng Wildlife Sanctuary is a beautiful park in the Champhai district of Mizoram. The park is home to many rare flora and fauna species, including clouded leopards, dry evergreen forests and rhododendrons.
The area is also known for its thick vegetation cover. There is so little light coming through it that you can only see a fraction of the sun. The park is also famous for its trees that are over 350 years old. Besides these two wildlife parks, there is Lengteng Wildlife Sanctuary which is located in the Champhai district. The name of the town comes from Mt. Lengteng, which is the second highest mountain in the state at 2141 meters high.
Some of the mammals found in this park are leopard, slow loris, stump tailed macaque and Asiatic black bear. Rhododendrons and cherry are prominently noticeable by their presence; furthermore they make a beautiful landscape when seen together with other plants like bamboo
The best time to visit Mizoram is from December through March.
You should visit Mizoram for its beautiful lakes, spectacular waterfalls, rolling hills—some covered with dense forests that are home to many kinds of wildlife; caves where Buddhist sculptures and paintings can be seen; boating trips on the calm waters or rides on a bike along bumpy roads. Traditional cuisine is delicious here prepared by ingredients grown in their own farmlands. You will also find museums displaying ancient artifacts such as stone tools used in agriculture by early humans living there thousands of years ago
Mizoram is one of the most beautiful places in India. It has a rich history and culture. The people have a unique mix of Indian and tribal heritage. If you love nature, then Mizoram will be your paradise because there are many parks and forests that are covered with lush greenery. Get ready for an adventure-filled holiday in Mizoram by booking your trip today.