Mizoram Tour Guide

Mizoram Travel Guide & Travel Infrmation

Mizoram is a small state in Northeastern India and is dubbed as “the land of the hill people”. The state is scarcely populated and ranks as the 2nd least populated state in India. Nestled in the northeastern part of India, Mizoram is a densely forested state. The capital of the state is Aizawl. Mizoram ranks among the famous traveler’s destinations in India due to its serene ambience, dazzling waterfalls, raving rivers, profound canyons, bamboo forests, and striking flora.

Geographical location of Mizoram

The state stretches from 21°56′ North to 24°31′ North latitudes and 92°16′ East to 93°26′ East longitudes. The Northeastern state of Mizoram is surrounded by land on all sides and it shares its 722 km extensive international boundary with Bangladesh and Myanmar in the south, and domestic frontiers with Assam, Manipur, and Tripura in the north.

Some interesting facts and figures about Mizoram

  • Area: 21,087 km2 (8,142 sq miles).
  • Elevation: The tallest point in Mizoram is the Phawngpui peak with an elevation of 2157 meters.
  • Climate: Normally, the state of Mizoram features a gentle weather. The state is comparatively chilly in the summer months and the temperatures range between 68° to 84°F or 20° to 29°C. During the winter months, the mercury varies from 45° to 72°F or 7° to 22°C. The area is affected by rainfall, and huge precipitation takes place from the month of May till September. During the winter months, there is minimal rainfall. The nature of weather is humid tropical to humid sub-tropical. The mean precipitation in the state every year is 100 inches or 254 cm. The amount of rainfall in Lunglei, one more key city, is approximately 140 inches or 350 cm, and it is 85 inches or 215 cm in the capital Aizawl.
  • Largest city: Aizawl
  • Capital city: Aizawl
  • Population: 1,091,014 (2011)
  • Chief Minister: Lal Thanhawla
  • Languages spoken: English, Mizo, and Lusei.
  • Best season to visit: From October to March.

State symbols

  • Animal: Serow (Saza)
  • Bird: Hume’s bartailed pheasant (vavu)
  • Tree: Mesual Ferrea/Nahar (Herhse)
  • Flower: Dancing Girl (Aiting)

The major places of interest in the state of Mizoram

Mizoram is regarded as a popular tourist destination in the country. The tourism sector in the state is flourishing. It is mandatory for travelers to Mizoram to get an ‘inner line permit under the special permit prior to touring the state. There are separate rules for domestic and foreign travelers. Visitors are amazed to view the scenic features of the state. The bird variety of this state is also remarkable. The most popular tourist attractions in Mizoram are as follows: Read More….

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How to Reach Mizoram

There is only one airport in Mizoram and that is Lengpui Airport. It is closely located to the capital Aizawl and the length of its runway is 3,130 feet. The airport lies at an altitude of 1,000 feet. Aizawl Airport enjoys excellent connectivity with Kolkata and by plane, it takes about 40 minutes to reach there. Rough climatic conditions often create hindrances at particular periods and the flights become undependable. You can also get to Mizoram through Silchar Airport in Assam, which lies at a distance of around 120 miles or 200 km from Aizawl by roadways, (about 6 hour journey). Read More….

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