From exploring the organised streets of Aizawl to walking in the virgin forests; driving through the Wild Mizoram to boarding two-wheeler taxis; trekking to the top of the surreal peak to caving in the pitch dark; buying fruits from shopkeeper-less…
Of vineyards, footballers and churches
Mizoram, known as “the land of the hill people” to say the least is a place filled with a natural abundance that can quench the thirst for the traveller in you. It is a canvas that is artistically covered by lush green forests, thick bamboo groves, natural caves, tranquil lakes, gorgeous waterfalls and exquisite vineyards. From innumerable hilltops like Hmuifang, Reiktlang to caves like Khuangchera Puk to lakes like Rih Dil and pristine waterfalls like Tuirihiau, Mizoram has it all. It is the 3rd least densely populated state in India with 87% of the population being Christians. Besides their undying love of football, Mizos are also known for their hospitality and their positive attitude.
If you visit the unexplored land of Mizoram you will see a different side of India. Communicating with the locals will not be an issue because approximately 92% of the Mizos are literates and they can speak, read, and write in English. Mizoram promotes noise-free traffic which must become the goal for all Indian states. Unlike other places where honking is the norm, Mizos have a rule for honk-free roads.