Mizoram is an Indian state in the eastern part of the country. It shares the border with Bangladesh and Myanmar. It is the second least populated state in the country with its capital being Aizawl. Mizoram means the land of hill people. It was a part of Assam and later was made a Union Territory and finally became a state in 1987. Few famous tourist spots in this state are:
Serchhip in Mizoram is a place that can give you a lively traveling experience. It is popular for being the region with the most noteworthy literacy rate in India. This small city can give the experience of a little town, the life, exercises, and hues that it maintains in the ordinary. A portion of the prominent towns one can visit are the Neihloh and Buangpuri. Nature too assumes a part in tourism with spots, for example, the Vantawng Khawhltha waterfall. The other spots here incorporate the Chhingpui That and Hriantrengna lung.
Perfectly tucked in the lovely North East, Aizawl is home to the Mizoram State Museum, alongside being the social and religious capital of the Mizos.
Among one of the most established urban areas in the northeastern district of India with stunning perspectives, Aizawl is a serene little town despite the fact that it's the capital of the state. It would be presumably a standout among the most serene state capitals in India. Aizawl, articulated as eye-zole, is an ideal place to chill while getting a charge out of the food and culture. Home to the Mizoram State Museum and a couple of other tourist buildings, visitors have a couple of alternatives to appreciate a sightseeing visit to the city. Aside from these, one can take a visit to the adjacent hilly zones of Hmuifang, Tamdil Lake, and Chanmari.
Lunglei means 'the bridge of rocks'. It is acclaimed for its beautiful landscapes and natural setting. It is a perfect destination for anyone wanting to take a break from their busy lives and look towards nature's offerings. Trekking, bird watching, and adventure sports often delight visitors.
This town is arranged in the southern portion of the territory of Mizoram and got its name after the genuine bridge like rock found here. The region does not have numerous normal tourist spots but rather nature's excellence, cool climate, scenic beauty compensate for their absence and re-establishes it as a popular tourist attraction. The town is likewise notable since it is near the city of Aizawl.
Champhai, one of the 8 districts of Mizoram, is a delightful region in Mizoram with beautiful slopes and a vivid wisp of culture encompassing them. Champhai has various tourist destinations other than the charming environment. These incorporate a cave known as Kungawrhi Puk, a river called Tiau Lui, Rih Dil Lake, Lianchhiari Lunglen Tlang and a couple more. One can include a dash of adventure with trekking at the Thasiama Seno Neihna.
The Mamit area is the fourth biggest region of the province of Mizoram. Known for its choice beautiful regions and gloriousness, we cannot miss the major opportunity to include this place in your trip to Mizoram.
It is flanked on the north by Hailakandi region of Assam state, on the west by North Tripura region of Tripura state and Bangladesh, on the south by Lunglei area and on the east by Kolasib and Aizawl regions.