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Mizoram Tourism | How to Plan a Trip to Mizoram

Mizoram At a Glance
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Mizoram Travel Guide

Anyone who loves hills should definitely plan for Mizoram tourism at least once. High hills and peaceful valleys surrounded by rivers and lakes make for a fantastic tourist destination in North East India. One of the Seven Sister States, Mizoram shares borders with three states in India, namely Assam, Manipur, and Tripura, and also with Bangladesh and Myanmar, the two neighboring countries.

In the early morning, you can get to experience the mists from the valleys that envelop the hills and mountains, giving an impression of a milky white sea. Paragliding, hiking, and boating are thus the most recommended things to do in Mizoram.

Get a detailed Mizoram Tourism Guide Below.

Places to visit in Mizoram

With 21 major peaks of varied heights, Mizoram is one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in North East India. Some of the popular tourist places in Mizoram where tourists visit to experience several popular attractions are Aizawl (Durtlang Hills, Tamdil Lake, Mini Zoological Garden, Mizoram State Museum, etc.); Champhai (Murlen National Park, Rih Dil Lake, Phawngpui Peak, etc.); Lunglei (Lunglei – Bridge of Rock; Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary; Nghasih Stream; etc.), among many others.

Best time to visit Mizoram

November to March is considered the best time to visit Mizoram as the climate is pleasant during the period, and touring around the city can be extremely fun. (The temperature during these months stays between 11°C to 30°C) The rest of the year is also considered desirable as we see the buzz from the visitors then as well.

How to Reach Mizoram

Mizoram is linked with the rest of the country by air, rail, and road transport.

By Air

You can get regular flights from Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati and Imphal, and Agartala to Mizoram.

By Train

The nearest railway station is Silchar in Assam. From there, it is 6 hour drive to Aizawl.

By Road

NH-54 connects Aizawl with the rest of the country through Silchar. Buses and taxis are available from Silchar to Aizawl (6-8 hrs). Night services are also available.

Accommodation in Mizoram

Being one of the popular travel attractions in India with so many amazing places to visit, there is no dearth of stay options in Mizoram as tourists from across the world travel to this place to experience an exotic side of India. Some popular accommodations are Hotel Regency, David's Hotel Clover, Aizawl Guest House, The 1998 Homestay, The Grand Aizawl, Hotel Chief, Hotel Dinthar Zara, Vamoose Sawma, Chaltalang Tourist Lodge, and Hmuifang Tourist Resort.