Mizoram is a land of unending natural beauty with a variety
of flora and fauna. It is a land of great natural beauty
that will leave the visitors mesmerized. Literally meaning
“the Land of the Highlanders” Mizoram is lavishly gifted
with superb scenic wealth. The rivers, peaks, plains and the
lakes are the treasures of Mizoram.
Situated on the extreme south of the North-Eastern India,
Mizoram has many picturesque sites to visit. Besides the
capital Aizawal, Mizoram has Champai, Tamdil, Vantawang fall
and Thenzawl as important tourist centers. Vantawang has the
highest waterfall in Mizoram.
Aizawl, the capital of the northeastern state of Mizoram, is
the major tourist destination. It is the seat of a rich
tribal cultural extravaganza and is famous for its
handicrafts. Aizawl is flanked by rivers and rapids and is
blessed with an exotic natural beauty. The Durtlang Hills
constitute a natural barrier immediately south of Aizawl,
their high ridges punctuated by Mizo villages and Christian
missions, and provide pleasant rambling country. Adorned by
picturesque scenery and peaceful surroundings with mild and
enjoyable weather, Aizawl is an ideal hill station for
tourist looking for solitude, clean air and a new
destination. Aizwal stands out like a citadel over the
valleys of Mizoram. The Mizoram State Museum and the
Borabazar, the main shopping area, are places of interest.
The Weaving Centre and the Luangmual Handicrafts Centre
produce the most beautiful bamboo hats and Mite shawls.