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Manipur Tour Packages

Visit the ‘Switzerland of the East’, Manipur and explore the oval shaped valley bordered by blue green hills. The richness of art and tradition is also worth mentioning. The cascading rapids, varieties of flowers, lakes, exotic blooms, and tripling rivers also make Manipur a must visited destinations for assuring amazing vacation. Indian Holiday has designed various Manipur tour packages that help in living the core element of the state of Manipur.



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Short Escape to Manipur
4 N / 5 D

Imphal

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Blissful Manipur Tour
3 N / 4 D

Delhi - Kolkata - Imphal - Kolkata

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Nagaland with Manipur
8 N / 9 D

Kohima (3N), Touphema (1N), Imphal (4N)

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Faqs of Manipur Tour

Q: What is Manipur famous for?

Ans:Manipur is famous for its natural beauty, vibrant cultural heritage, picturesque landscapes, and colourful festivals. The popular things to buy during the tour are stone-carved bowl, wooden items, and pottery items.

Q: Where Manipur is located?

Ans: Manipur is a state in North-East India; it is bordered by the Indian states of Nagaland. Manipur becomes a developed state in March 1972. The state is surrounded by natural beauty and Imphal is the capital city of Manipur. The climate is pleasant and enjoyable and it is a major tourist destination in India.

Q: How many days require to visit Manipur?

Ans: The ideal duration for the Manipur tour is 2 - 3 days. It is a perfect span to cover the famous tourist places of Manipur.

Q: How we can reach Manipur by Air?

Ans: Imphal is the capital of Manipur and it houses a domestic airport namely Bir Tikendrajit International which is well connected with Guwahati, Silchar and Kolkata.

Q: How to visit Moreh Boarder (Indo – Myanmar)?

Ans: Moreh is a town located on the India-Myanmar border in the Tengnoupal district of Manipur. Visitors need to get a special permission which is very easy to obtain from the border check post.

 
 
Q: Is Inner Line Permit required of Manipur?

Ans: No, you can visit Manipur without Inner Line Permit.

Q: Can we communicate with local people in Hindi at Manipur?

Ans: Yes, the local people know the Hindi language in Manipur. However, the common languages that are mainly spoken in the region are Meitei, Hindi and English.

Q: Why Moreh ( Indo – Myanmar ) Boarder is famous for?

Ans: Juice bottles and cans, plastic items, beds and cloth items, fruits & processed foods.