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4 Nights / 5 Days

Short Escape to Manipur


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Manipur, a state in northeastern India renowned as the Switzerland of the East. A visit to Manipur is a cultural delight and ultimate joy as it boasts exotic landscapes, amazing hills, green valleys, lakes, and dense forests. The state is also famous for its classical dances Rasleelas and Manipuri. Enjoy your 4 Nights 5 Days Manipur Tour Package to witness the untouched beauty of the state. The pleasant weather and warm hospitality will definitely make your trip unforgettable. Shopping addicts can also explore this awesome place and buy many souvenirs for loved ones such as handloom fabrics and handicrafts.

Trip Highlights
  • Seek blessing at Shri Govindajee Temple
  • Explore the rich Keibul Lamjao National Park
  • Witness the distinct culture and lifestyle at village Tamu
  • Enjoy the beauty of the largest freshwater Loktak Lake
  • Visit INA Memorial and Japanese War Memorial
  • Explore Andro, an ancient Meiti village of Manipur
  • Enjoy shopping at all-women Ima market of Imphal
  • Visit the Buddhist Pagoda
  • Quick stroll at Namphalong market
Itinerary Details
Day 1: Imphal

On day 1st of your tour, after arriving at the capital city of Manipur, Imphal. You will meet the Indian holiday representative who will provide you an assisted transfer to reach your pre-booked hotel safely. After reaching, complete the check-in formalities at the respective hotel and unwind. Later in the afternoon get ready for your first sightseeing to the famous Shri Govindajee Temple, this appealing temple is devoted to Hindu gods - Radha and Krishna Govinda. This beautiful Vaishnavite temple was built in the 18th century and holds a position adjacent to the former palace of the former ruler of Manipur. Seek the blessing of mighty God and return to your respective hotel.

Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 2: Imphal

On Day 2 of the tour, wake up early in the morning, enjoy your delightful breakfast and get ready to explore the wonderful Keibul Lamjao National Park the park is very popular among the tourists across the country because it is the only floating park in the world. Keibul Lamjao National Park is the natural habitat of endangered Manipur Eld deer commonly known as Sangai deer. While exploring this amazing park you can spot more than 55 species of birds and 420 species of animals. Do not forget to carry your camera to grab good pictures. Later visiting the mesmerizing Loktak Lake it is the largest freshwater lake in the north-east region of India, further visit some more popular tourist attractions such as Japanese War Memorial and the INA Memorial, this war memorial was built-in the memories of Brave hearts of the Indian National Army. There is a war museum inside the memorial, showcasing the photos and archives of the freedom movement and World War II. After completing your sightseeing, get back to the hotel.

Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 3: Imphal

On the 3rd day of the tour, wake up early morning, enjoy your delicious breakfast and get a chance to visit Andro Village which is around 27 km eastwards of Imphal. During your visit to the village, you will observe that the inhabitants still stick to their age-old beliefs, customs, and lifestyle of original tribes. Apart from this, it is also famous for the handcrafted tribal dollhouse. It represents the fabulous attire of 29 Manipuri tribes. This charming and ancient village is known for its natural scenic beauty and home to traditional pottery named Makhong, Ngangkha, Walom, and Pudong. After visiting this village, continue the city tour of Imphal including Kangal Fort. Placed close to the right bank of the River Imphal, this palace holds religious, historical as well as archeological significance. Thereafter, you continue the city tour of Imphal including Kangal Fort. Placed close to the right bank of the River Imphal, this palace holds religious, historical as well as the archeological significance and it is surrounded by an artificial lake. Enjoy your next visit to the Ima Market, a market which is run by women. You can buy souvenirs for your loved ones such as household stuff, handlooms, handicrafts, and many more. Late visit the World War II cemetery which has 1600 commonwealth funerals of the Second World War and is controlled by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 4: Imphal – Moreh – Imphal (110 Km/3 Hrs.)

On the 4th day, wake up early in the morning, post breakfast, get ready to visit the Indo-Myanmar Border Town of Moreh. This strategically positioned region is well known for the business blocks that have sprung up, making it the trade borough of Manipur. It is also famous for its natural beauty. After reaching Moreh you will be crossing over to the Myanmar side where you will observe a very distinct culture and lifestyle of the people in the most adjacent town of Tamu. There you will be making a quick visit to the Buddhist Pagoda and the local markets. Spend some time exploring the Namphalong market also, where you can buy juice cans, plastic items, cloth items, varieties of fruits, and processed food packets and completing your tour to Moreh get back to Imphal to unwind at your respective hotel before the sky turns dark.

Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 5: Leave Imphal

Here is the end of the most amazing and remarkable Manipur tour. After having your delicious breakfast complete you check out formalities and say goodbye to the amazing city. You will be transferred to the airport to board the flight for your onward destination.

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