Mizoram, also called as the ‘songbird of India’ has an irresistible charm that can’t be ignored. This peaceful and serene land is filled with immense natural beauty, breathtaking mountains, fresh air and dense vegetation. Whether you are an adventure buff, nature lover, solace seeker, or cultural enthusiasts, this ‘Land of Mizos’ will not fail to impress you. If a trip to Mizoram is on your mind, then consider visiting it during spring as this is when the entire Mizoram comes out in its full zest to celebrate the Chapchar Kut festival. This festival holds immense significance in the culture of Mizoram. Mizos observe this festival to celebrate the harvesting season and the arduous task of jhum operation or the jungle clearing. Plan a trip to Mizoram in the first week of March and revel in the splendor of this northeastern state.
What is included in the tour
- Airport to airport transportation
- Breakfast & Dinner
- First aid
- Local guides
- Certified organizer
- All permits & entry charges
What is NOT included in the tour
- Any Train/Airfare
- Any Kind of Personal Expenses
- Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered.
- Activities Charges.
- Anything that not mentioned in 'includes'
- Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control
- Visit Solomon’s Church
- Shop your heart out at the Barabara flea market of Aizawl
- Relish the authentic local cuisine
- Visit Mizoram State Museum
- Enjoy boating in the Tam Dil Lake
- Participate in Mizoram’s Harvest festival – Chapchar Kut festival
- Reach Reiek Peak, spot Bangladesh plains
- Explore Hmuifang Village
- Reach Thenzawl, visit Vantawng Falls and Tuirihiau Falls
- Explore Thenzawl, shop in the local market, taste the local delicacies
# Short itinerary
- Day 1: Aizawl
- Day 2: Aizawl Sightseeing
- Day 3: Chapchar Kut festival
- Day 4: Reiek
- Day 5: Hmuifang
- Day 6: Vantawng Falls
Day 7: Thenzawl