Mizoram is divided into eight administrative districts and Kolasib is one amongst them. Other districts are situated on all four sides of Kolasib. It is blessed with natural beauty and the rivers, sanctuaries and trees are worth visiting. One of the unique features of Kolasib is its cuisine, which is unique and different. The district is home to a tribal population, and hence visitors can see their traditional life and culture. Both English and Mizo are spoken here. Visitors can also get many handicraft items here as it is one of the main occupations of the residents, apart from farming. The five best places in Kolasib are definitely the following:
Lawngtlai is one of the main administrative districts of Mizoram and hence of prime importance. Bangladesh lies to its west and Saiha District is located on the eastern side. It is spread over an area of 2557.10 sq kms and is a picturesque place with mountains, riverines and valleys. Another interesting feature of Lawngtlai is that there are six rivers that flow through the district, namely, Ngenpui, Chawngte, Tuiphal, Chhimtuipui, Tuichong and Kaladan. The region is very fertile because of these rivers. There are also dense forests in the region, including deciduous, tropical and evergreen forests. Here are five places you can visit while you are at Lawngtlai.
Serchhip is a town and headquarters of Serchhip district in Mizoram. It is situated at a distance of 112 km from Aizawal, the capital of the state. Two rivers, Mat and Tuikam, flow on both sides of Serchhip. Serchhip means ‘citrus on top‘, which refers to the number of citrus trees that are located on the top of a hill in the district. There are many villages in the district which are surrounded by natural beauty and it is a great place to witness local life and culture. Here are five places of Serchhip that offer tourists a great vacation:
Lunglei is one of the main districts in Mizoram and is located at a distance of 235 from Aizwal, the capital of Mizoram. There are many places that you can visit when you are at Lunglei. You can also view relics of British missionaries and some great landscape. You can also pay a visit to an old church which in fact was the first ever church to be built in Mizoram. Besides, here are five spots in Lunglei that you can visit for a great experience.
Champhai is a commercial town in Mizoram and since it is situated close to Myanmar, it is also an important site for business with the neighboring country. It is also famously known as the ‘Rice Bowl of Mizoram’ and with its many hills, orchids, monuments, monoliths, abundant wildlife and the beauteous surroundings, Champhai is definitely one of the most popular tourist destinations of Mizoram. Though each village of Champhai is worth visiting, here are five places that you need to go to for a memorable visit.
The capital city of the state of Mizoram, Aizawl is a beautiful, bustling hill station and also one of the major cities of North Eastern India. Despite this, one can find much indigenous culture here, with a population distribution that aptly represents the communities within the people of Mizoram. As such, it becomes a one stop visit to all of the state of Mizoram. Aizawl is situated on a ridge at a height of 1132 meters above sea level, in between the Tlawng River Valley and the Tuirial River Valley It was first established in the 1870s as a military outpost by the British. However, the station was soon taken over and is today the city is as peaceful as it once was, but much more developed and well connected to neighboring cities.
The city of Aizawl will offer you with marvellous mornings and enlivening evenings. With pristine locations, grassy meadows, timely heralds of the monsoon and delicious delicacies on plate; Aizawl is always ready to be gorged down from the bucket list. It is full of dramatic landscapes and soothing climate. The hotels, restaurants, nightlife and shopping complexes; all are really tempting and alluring. It is well connected through road, rail and air network for the convenience of fellow travellers. It is the capital city of Mizoram. So here’s the list of five most astonishing places of Aizawl:
Those who are passionate about hills would love Mizoram, the state that has 21 major peaks of varied heights. High hills and breathtaking valleys along with rivers and lakes make Mizoram one of the most sought after holiday destinations in North East India. It is one of the ‘Seven Sister States’, as the seven states in the north eastern India are referred to. Mizoram shares borders with three states in India namely Assam, Manipur and Tripura and also with Bangladesh and Myanmar, the two neighboring countries.