The Heavenly Abode

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Mizo, English

3 Days

October-March

Lengpui Airport
23℃ to 34℃

Aizawl Tourism

Aizawl is the capital city of the state Mizoram in North East India. It is the home place of the native hill tribe ethnic Mizo People. Aizawl is located in the northern part of Mizoram having the Tlawng river valley to its west and the Tuirial river valley to its east giving it a tropical climate for tourist to visit. With its breathtaking landscape and tranquility, Aizawl can be pronounced to be the most peaceful destination to visit when in Mizoram. Tourist can enjoy the serenity along with the colorful culture and cuisine of the state. There are a few very good options for sightseeing in and around Aizawl. Domestic tourist is required to get an Inner Line Permit, which can be easily obtained from the Liaisons Officers in New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Guwahati, Shillong, and Silchar. Winter is the best time to visit this wonderful land.

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Culture

The people of Aizawl are very simple, civil and gentle people, commonly known as Mizos they are a highly skilled group of a tribe, that live a lifestyle that is a blend of Burmese, Tibetan, and Chinese. Mizo being their local tongue, you will find it most common in the district but they also prefer English as their second language. The social and cultural life of the people is basically shaped on their main religion Christianity.  There are four major kinds of tribes in Mizoram, the Chakma Tribes, Pawi tribes, Ralte tribes, and the Kuki tribes, each and every tribe have their own unique traditions and festivals that they celebrate together, namely MimKut, ChapcharKut, and PawlKut. The diverse form of cultural dances you will find in Aizawl is a delightful experience to indulge.

How to reach Aizawl

Being the Capital of Mizoram, Aizawl is located in the center of the state and has every facility to reach comfortably to the district.

How to Reach Aizawl by Flight

The Lengpui Airport is located near Aizawl and is connected with cities like Kolkata, Guwahati, Shillong, and Imphal.

How to Reach Aizawl by Train

Since Aizawl doesn’t have any Railway Station the nearest one is Lumding Railway Junction and Silchar.

How to Reach Aizawl by Bus

Whereas Aizawl is connected with Bus Services with major cities, the fastest and best routes will be The State Transport Buses that are available from Guwahati and Silchar.

How to Reach Aizawl by Road

Aizawl is connected to the major cities by NH44 and personal cars and hired cabs are available from close cities.

How to travel within Aizawl

It is very convenient and easy to move within the city since a horde of local taxis and buses are available to travel around the city conveniently.

Aizawl Itinerary

Day 1: Getting a flight from Kolkata or Guwahati, we reach Aizawl in the space of 2 hrs., cabs are easily hired out of the airport and we reach Aizawl in 1 hr. Getting there and quickly finishing the formalities of checking in the hotel we can have our lunch in the local restaurants and enjoy the cuisine of our choice. After lunch, we can visit the Salvation Army temple and take a small drive to K V Paradise to enjoy the sunset and the view. A quick dinner and early night in the hills is always a luxury we shouldn’t miss.

Day2: After breakfast, we can hire a cab to go to Reik and Tam Lake to see the natural landscape and beauty, Aizawl provides. While driving back we can visit Dampa Tiger Reserve and see the wildlife in their natural habitat. The evening can be spent exploring and shopping beautiful handcraft artifacts from the tribes of Mizoram.

Day3: We can Start our journey by visiting Solomon’s Temple and eat lunch in the restaurant serving the local cuisines of the hill tribes for a memorable experience. A drive back to Airport in an hour will give us plenty of time to catch our flight in the schedule.

Cuisine

Rice and Fish being the staple food of the region will be served very commonly along with vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes favored by you in a banana leaf at a local restaurant of your choice. Mustard Oil is much preferred in the region for their preference of rich non-vegetarian dishes. The use chili, garlic, ginger and bamboo shoots can be tasted in common local dishes. Some of the local traditional cuisines include Koat Pitha, Misa Mach Poora,  Dal with Eggs, Bai, Vawksa Rep, and Arsa Bushchiar. Zu a form of tea and Lubrusca Grape Wine are some popular beverages of the cuisine.

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