Discover Mizoram

Daily Tour 5 days Availability: 2019-09-06
Mizoram, India Mizoram
The colorful state of Mizoram welcomes you with open arms. Visit the state, which will create a lasting impression on your mind. Explore the most admired tourist destinations including Aizwal, Champhai, Silchar, Mizoram House and countless other fascinating places.

Day 01 :: Meet upon arrival at airport in Delhi/ Calcutta and transfer to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 02 :: Transfer to airport for flight to Aizwal. Arrive and check into the Hotel. After lunch city tour including Bara Bazar and Zoological garden at Durtlang. Overnight in Travellers Inn.

Day 03 :: Whole day sight-seeing including State Museum, Handlooms and Handicrafts centre and traditional Mizo tribal village around Aizawl.

Visit with us the Handlooms & Handicrafts Centre at Aizawl

Day 04 :: Drive to Champhai after breakfast, Champhai is an Indo – Burma border scenic town with a view of famous Burmese mountain ranges. Evening sight seeing and shopping of imported goods coming from Burma Thailand. Overnight at tourist lodge.

Day 05 :: Leave Champhai after breakfast and reach the same day at Traveller Inn, Aizwal. Traditional Mizo dance in the evening.

Day 06 :: Transfer to Airport for flight to Calcutta/Delhi.

The princely state of Tripura is an ancient land of forts, palaces, temples and lakes. The matchless combination of age-old culture and tradition is reflected in the beautiful handloom and handicraft products which attract visitors from far and wide.

Day 01 :: Meet upon arrival at airport in Delhi/ Calcutta and transfer to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 02 :: Transfer to airport for flight to Aizwal. Arrive and check into the Hotel. After lunch city tour including Bara Bazar and Zoological garden at Durtlang. Overnight in Travellers Inn.

Day 03 :: Whole day sight-seeing including State Museum, Handlooms and Handicrafts centre and traditional Mizo tribal village around Aizawl.

Visit with us the Handlooms & Handicrafts Centre at Aizawl

Day 04 :: Drive to Champhai after breakfast, Champhai is an Indo – Burma border scenic town with a view of famous Burmese mountain ranges. Evening sight seeing and shopping of imported goods coming from Burma Thailand. Overnight at tourist lodge.

Day 05 :: Leave Champhai after breakfast and reach the same day at Traveller Inn, Aizwal. Traditional Mizo dance in the evening.

Day 06 :: Transfer to Airport for flight to Calcutta/Delhi.

The princely state of Tripura is an ancient land of forts, palaces, temples and lakes. The matchless combination of age-old culture and tradition is reflected in the beautiful handloom and handicraft products which attract visitors from far and wide.

Mizoram is a state in northeastern India, with Aizawl as its capital city. The name is derived from "Mizo", the name of the native inhabitants, and "Ram", which means land, and thus Mizoram means "land of the Mizos". Within the northeast region, it is the southernmost landlocked state, sharing borders with three of the Seven Sister States, namely Tripura, Assam and Manipur. The state also shares a 722-kilometre border with the neighbouring countries of Bangladesh and Myanmar.Like several other northeastern states of India, Mizoram was previously part of Assam until 1972, when it was carved out as a Union Territory. It became the 23rd state of India, a step above Union Territory, on 20 February 1987, with the Fifty-Third Amendment of the Indian Constitution, 1986.Mizoram's population was 1,091,014, according to a 2011 census. It is the 2nd least populous state in the country. Mizoram covers an area of approximately 21,087 square kilometres. About 91% of the state is forested.About 95% of the current population is of diverse tribal origins who settled in the state, mostly from Southeast Asia, over waves of migration starting about the 16th century but mainly in the 18th century. This is the highest concentration of tribal people among all states of India, and they are currently protected under Indian constitution as a Scheduled Tribe. Mizoram is one of three states of India with a Christian majority (87%). Its people belong to various denominations, mostly Presbyterian in the north and Baptists in the south.Mizoram is a highly literate agrarian economy, but suffers from slash-and-burn jhum, or shifting cultivation, and poor crop yields. In recent years, the jhum farming practices are steadily being replaced with a significant horticulture and bamboo products industry.The state's gross state domestic product for 2012 was estimated at ₹6,991 crore (US$1.0 billion). About 20% of Mizoram's population lives below poverty line, with 35% rural poverty. The state has about 871 kilometres of national highways, with NH-54 and NH-150 connecting it to Assam and Manipur respectively. It is also a growing transit point for trade with Myanmar and Bangladesh.
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