Mizoram Tour Package India – Known for One of the thirteen highest waterfalls in India04 N/05DPackage Code: HTPC001508
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Mizoram Tour Package India – Known for One of the thirteen highest waterfalls in India
Mizoram Tour Package India: Overview
Mizoram is one of lesser explored and beautiful states of India which attracts thousands of people from all over the world. Holiday Travel India designed one of the most attractive packages for your holiday. In this 04N/05D package we will takes you towards Aizawl and cover the entire famous excursion which are mentioned in the itinerary. We provide good accommodation facilities as well as giving chance to involve in beauty of nature. Package is well designed or suited for family, kids or couples
What is Unique in Mizoram Tour Package India and Why?
Mizoram Tour Package India is unique blend package it is dotted with serene lakes, cascading waterfalls, wooded forests and steep hills. The place offers a memorable holiday set amid scenic beauty and tranquility, visit 13th highest waterfall in the country which makes this package unique.
Mizoram Tour Package India: Highlights
Famous Mountain cover with virgin forest: Hmuifang Mountains
Famous places for animal lover: Mini Zoological Garden
Safe heavens for the tiger: Dampa Tiger Reserve
Best Picnic spot in Aizawl: Bung picnic spot
Mizoram’s highest waterfall: Vantawng Waterfalls
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Mizoram Tour Package India: Inclusion
04 Nights stay on twin sharing basis
Breakfast and dinner
04 Nights stay with sightseeing at Aizawl hotel
Private Ac vehicle for 05 days
Parking, Toll tax and driver hault
Inclusive of all taxes
Mizoram Tour Package India: Exclusion
Any airfare, busfare and railway fare
Hotel in Aizawl Mizoram
Standard Hotel: Hotel Grand Aizawl: TA Rank (3.5) - Certificate of Excellence
Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, The Grand Hotel offers accommodation in ??zawl. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site. Each room includes a flat-screen TV. Certain rooms feature a seating area where you can relax. Certain units include views of the mountain or city. You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property.
Deluxe Hotel: The Esquire Hotel: TA Rank (4.0) - Certificate of Excellence
The Esquire is a family operated hotel providing world-class service and comfortable accommodation for travelers visiting Aizawl town.This hotel is located in Mission Veng, one of the oldest settled parts of Aizawl. It is situated just off the main highway from Aizawl to the South of Mizoram, just a stones throw from the colourful local marketplace and very close to the centre of town and its business district.
It also offer traditional Mizo hospitality blended with world-class service at down-to-earth prices. Our rooms are tastefully furnished and impeccably maintained and come with world-class facilities.
Arrive at Aizawl airport or railway station and our representative will transfer you to hotel. After checkin formalities and have lunch at same hotel, move first step towards your holiday tour and explore well known sightseeing which includes Mini Zoological Garden, Dampa Sanctuary, Durtlangs Hills. In the evening you may visit Bara Bazaar for shopping. Overnight stay with dinner at Aizawl hotel
Lunch: Served at any nearest restaurant
After breakfast proceed towards Hmuifang Mountains which is 40 km away from each other. Enroute visit heritage sites and Centre of Excellence in Thiak, after that move towards Hmuifang Mountains and upon arrival you may have lunch at tourist resort, then time to explore Hmuifang Mountain which is located at a height of around 1524m and brings unbeaten trails to be explored. After that visit Vantawng Waterfalls at Thenzawl which is Mizoram’s highest waterfall. By the evening return back to Aizawl and overnight stay with dinner at Aizawl hotel
Meals: Breakfast and dinner
Lunch: Served at tourist resort
After breakfast checkout from hotel and proceed towards Mcdonald Hill and visit State Museum, Handlooms, Handicrafts centers & Bung picnic spot. After that you may have lunch at any nearest restaurant, later visit ATC, Durtlang for a view of Aizawl City. By the evening you will be taken towards Beraw Tlang Tourist Centre for dinner and overnight stay at hotel/Lodge
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
Lunch: Served at any nearest restaurant
After breakfast proceed towards Khuangchera Caves which is 30 km in the west of Aizawl. This is a cave named after Khuangchera, the legendary Mizo warrior who lived here in the late 19th century. Spend some hour at Khauangchera Caves, later move towards Reiek Mountain which is known as breathtaking view of the hills. Enjoy cultural shows, entertainment and at night you may have dinner at Chaltlang Tourist Lodge. Overnight stay at Aizawl
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
Lunch: Served at any nearest restaurant
After breakfast checkout from hotel and proceed towards Aizawl airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour gets end with lots of memory.
How to Reach Aizawl
By Flight: The Lengpui Airport is nearest airport in Aizawl. Flights are available from the cities like Imphal (432 Kms), Guwahati (490Kms) and Kolkata (840 Kms) on a regular basis.
By Train: You can also reach the city via rail. The nearest railway station to Aizawl is in Bairabi. Local trains are also available to Lumding from here.
By Bus: Aizawl also has an efficient connectivity via road. It is connected to all major cities via road. Generally, to arrive at Aizawl, you have to take NH44.
Best time to visit Mizoram
Best time to visit Mizoram in between November to March with the mercury dropping to a comfortable range between 11 degree C and 29 degree C.
Places to visit in Aizawl
Bara Bazaar: Bung picnic spot is the best picnic spot in the city and is only 15 Kms away from Aizawl. It , is a beautiful picnic spot comprising an isolated green patch amidst the hills. This spot is often crowded with tourists and locals carrying picnic baskets or lying lazily under a shady tree in a hot afternoon.
Mini Zoological Garden: Mini Zoological Garden is situated on a hill and is also called as Bethlehem Vengthlang. It has got some amazing variety of wild animals which is uncommon in some of the major zoos in India. Mini Zoological Garden is situated on a hill and is also called as Bethlehem Vengthlang. It has got some amazing variety of wild animals which is uncommon in some of the major zoos in India. The zoo houses a large number of species of mammals and birds, including some of the rarest animals found in Asia. A major attraction of the zoo is the endangered sun bear. A must visit place for all you animal lovers in Aizawl.
Dampa Sanctuary: Dampa Sanctuary is the incredible variety of wildlife in the state of Mizoram is known all over the country. Rich flora and fauna can be experienced in the Dampa Sanctuary which is at the tip of the Mizo hills. Dampa is one of the famous attractions of Mizoram as well as of North-east India. At an altitude of 400-800 m, it encompasses the lush valleys, fresh lakes and streams, water cascades and natural salt licks within its boundaries.
Durtlangs Hills: the Durtlang Hills are famous for the breathtaking views they provide whilst on the rocky trek trail. Tourists and locals visiting the hills for obtaining a panoramic view often indulge in trekking on the hill-top. Though the visitors have to trudge the rocky trail, the view obtained from the highest point is breathtaking.
The Museum at Macdonald's Hill: This Museum is located on the hill of Mac Donald and is a good place to visit and enjoy in Aizawl. The place is quiet and serene and the museum has interesting tales to tell.
Bung picnic spot: Bung picnic spot is the best picnic spot in the city and is only 15 Kms away from Aizawl. It has a large lush ground that will make you feel really comfortable. This spot is often crowded with tourists and locals carrying picnic baskets or lying lazily under a shady tree in a hot afternoon. Bung is located close to Paikhai and is another beautiful and isolated green patch in the hills. So, what are you waiting for, pack that picnic basket and head out to either of the place to enjoy a nice lazy afternoon under a shady tree.
Things to do in Mizoram
Explore Phawngpui Hills
Phawngpui Hills is the highest mountain peak in Mizoram and claimed to be one of the best places to visit in Mizoram. The panoramic views of the lush green hillocks spread across the region of Phawngpui and the bamboo groves enriched surroundings are must witness during your trip to Mizoram.
Enjoy at Vantawang Falls
The highest waterfall in the state and the 13th highest in the country, the Vantawng Waterfalls is one of the most mesmerizing waterfalls of the North East. Vantawng falls are the pride of Mizoram and one of its prime attractions. But a viewing post set up nearby by the tourism department makes it possible for the visitors to enjoy the natural beauty of Vantawng Falls. With water from Vanva River gushing from 750 ft. ne can enjoy enough of it if one can stay overnight for it’s equipped with a cafeteria and cottage.
Visit Palak Lake
It is also the largest lake in Mizoram. The location of this place in particular is pretty rich in nature given the fact that it is located in the Indo-Burma biodiversity hotspot and is in abundance of verdant environs. Also known as Pala Tipo which is Mizo for ''swallowing lake'' is the located in Phura village in Saiha district, a few km away from the town of Saiha. It is a major component of the Palak Wildlife Sanctuary, it is also blessed with a lot of flora and fauna.
Enjoy Chapchar Kut Spring Festival
The Chapchar Kut is a festival of Mizoram, India. It is celebrated during March after completion of their most arduous task of Jhum operation. Chapchar Kut is estimated to have started in 1450-1700 A.D. in a village called Suaipui. Chapchar Kut was discouraged when the Missionaries came to Mizoram as it was felt that it did not adhere to Christian values, however it was revived in 1973 on a mass scale sans animistic practice and Alcohol. The festival is commemorated with gusto and fanfare, where thousands of Mizos, irrespective of age, gender, young and old, from all walks of lives, dressed in their colourful attires all poised to perform the colourful Cheraw dance or the bamboo dance, thus heralding the start of the festival for the day.
Visit Luangmual Handicrafts Centre
Luangmual Handicrafts Centre, located 7 km away from the main Aizawl town, is a popular centre specializing in handicraft objects found in the region. It is at this centre that the famous ceremonial hat, called Khumbeu is made using waterproof wild hnahthial leaves, which are found exclusively in the hilly terrain. It is the seat of a rich tribal cultural extravaganza and is famous for its handicrafts. The town is blessed with exotic natural beauty. The State Museum at Babu Tlang is worth visiting and one can have a glimpse of Mizo dresses, implements, historic relics, and other traditional items.
The food of Mizoram can be seen as a mixture of North Indian and Chinese elements. This blend gives it a unique taste and will make you remember your meal long after you’ve eaten it. Mostly, the food preparations here are non-vegetarian. The food is served in banana leaves maintaining their age-old traditions. The most renowned dishes include Paanch Phoron Torkari, in which five different spices are used.
Bai, Koat Pitha, Vawksa Rep , Bamboo Shoot Fry, Panch Phoran Tarka
People and culture of Mizoram/ Mizoram culture
The culture of Mizoram reflects the quintessential lifestyle and traditional heritage of the inhabitants of the Mizoram, popularly known as the 'Songbird of the North east'The people are mainly non-vegetarian and their staple food is rice. The Mizo people are a close knit society with no discrimination on grounds of sex, status or religion. They are hospitable, sociable and love music, singing and dancing. The unique cultural attraction of the state is its "Cheraw" or Bamboo Dance.
Guwahati to Aizawl
Guwahati to Aizawl is 488km away from each other and it takes (15.5 Hours) by road
Shopping in Aizawl
Bara Bazaar is the main market, where all you can buy handicraft and handloom items. The other shopping centres are New Market, Ritz Market, Bazar Bungkawn, Thakthing Bazar, Burma Lane and Solomon Cave. The Khumbeu ceremonial bamboo hat is one of the most sought after shopping objects to take back home as wonderful souvenirs.