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Serchhip

"A hidden colour of Mizoram"

Serchhip Tourism

Most famous for being the district with the highest literacy rate in India, Serchhip in Mizoram is a place that can provide you a unique and vibrant experience.

This small town can give one the experience of a small village, the life, activities and colors that it sustains in the everyday. Some of the popular villages one can visit are the Neihloh and Buangpuri. The nature too plays a role in tourism with spots such as the Vantawng Khawhltha water fall. Other places here include the Chhingpui Thlan and Hriantrengna lung.

Hotels in Serchhip

Small tourist lodges accommodate the tourists here. Not many options are available to them.

What's Great?

Perfect getaway for weekends from the hectic city life. A less crowded and less polluted destination.

What's not so Great?

Limited accommodation options. Limited restaurant and eating joints.

For Whom

Sercchip is ideal for nature lovers. It is suitable for a vacation with family, friends and also solo travellers. People interested in experiencing the local life and culture of Mizoram should visit this place.

Itinerary

Reach Serchhip. Check in the hotel and relax. After a while, you can head to see Chhinpuii Thlan which is a stone memorial. The location of this monument is simply beautiful and serene. From this place, you can head to go paragliding, which is new sports activity in Serchhip. In the evening, you should head to see Vantawng Falls. These falls are the largest in the entire state.

Nature At Its Best

Located in Mizoram, Serchhip is a quaint little town having beautiful postcard view landscapes. The town is quite small and lesser known to tourists, but it boasts of having highest literacy rate in the country. Serchhip's culture and natural beauty can capture your heart as a town on the one hand as well as give you an experience of a village on the other.

Serchhip district Neiloh and Buangpuri as famous villages which can be visited by tourists. This place had beautiful and vast green fields where cabbages and mustards are grown on a large scale. These fields make the site look as if the area is covered by a green carpet. Apart from the fields, Serchhip has amazing waterfalls where pristine water flowing with high current will enthral you.

Serchhip does not offer too many options when it comes to restaurants and eating joints. It sustains only a modest and basic variety in the cosines for tourists. Other than these, instances of the natural and subtle local cuisine might be found with preparations of fish, pork and more garnished with natural and local herbs and cooked with very little oil. One can enjoy this freshness of Mizoram's cosine, while here. Also try the local alcoholic beverage Zawlaidi. other than this, alcoholic beverages are not easy to find, since Mizoram is a dry state.