Top places to visit in Aizawl

Here are the top 14 places to visit in Aizawl

Durtlang Hills

Providing a panoramic view of the hill station, the Durtlang Hills are famous for the breathtaking views they provide whilst on the rocky trek trail.

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Mizoram State Museum

Located right in the centre of the city, this museum displays the rich heritage of Mizoram.

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Reiek

Not just a tourist resort, Reiek with its lush green temperate forests is home to a wide range of wildlife, primarily hill birds like the rare Peregrine falcon.

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Hmuifang Tang

This tourist spot at an altitude of 1619m has preserved its virgin forests. The Thalfavang Kut Festival is regularly held here, showcasing various Mizo dances. This place is roughly 50 km from the main town of Aizawl.

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Vantawang Falls

This area is home to the highest waterfall in the state. At 750 feet altitude, this waterfall is surrounded by bamboo thickets and has a perfect setting, enhancing its natural beauty.

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Solomon Temple

Located in Kidron Valley, this is a grand temple for the locales here in Aizawl.

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Dampa Tiger Reserve

Dampa Tiger Reserve or Dampha Tiger Reserve, the largest wildlife sanctuary in Mizoram, has been declared as a Tiger Reserve in 1994. Located in the western part of Mizoram, at the international border with Bangladesh about 127 km from Aizawl it covers an area of about 550 sq kms. The tropical forests of Dampa are home to rich flora and fauna. It consists of forest, hills, deep valleys, jungle streams, rivulets and natural salt licks. Dampa Tiger Reserve is a part of Project Tiger, financially aided by Government of India.

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Tamdil (Tam Lake)

Literally meaning lake of the mustard after a folk story, it is part of the fishing reservoir and is maintained by the Fisheries Department. Lake side resorts are present here.

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KV Paradise

This is a 3 storeyed mausoleum built in the memory of Varte who died in a 2001 motor accident. This beautiful structure showcases an odd collection of her wardrobe and shoe collections.

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Saiha

A commercial hub, Saiha is well known for its attractions comprising of the Pala Tipo Lake and Mount Mawma. It is the capital of the Mara tribe, the third largest tribe in Mizoram.

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Salvation Army Temple

This place has wonderful bell chimes and these can be heard throughout the city on quiet mornings.

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Berawtlang Tourist Complex

A popular picnic spot, this area is host to multiple ceremonial functions and houses cottages for tourist accommodation as well restaurants.

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Falkawn Village

Falkawn village is a model village that depicts the livelihoods and cultures of the Mizo people, who form the biggest tribe of the state.

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Phawngpui Peak

The highest mountain in the state at 2100 meters, Phawngpui Peak is considered to be the abode of the goddess of the Mizo tribe.

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