(Last Updated on : 27/04/2017)
Hill Stations of Mizoram
deals with the famous hilly towns of North East India
. Some of the hill stations of the tourist importance are Aizawl
, Lalruanga Lung, Baktawng Village, Durtlang Hills, Mura Puk, Zokhawthar, Hnahlan, Chawngtlai, Kawtchhuah Ropui, Lianchhiari Tlang, Lianchhiari Tui Thuhruk, Lungdawhkan, Thenzawl, Khawbung, Hmuifang and Reiek.
Mizoram is a small state in the North-eastern part of India with Aizawl, a small hill station as its state capital. It is one of the Seven sister states of North-eastern India. Mizoram is landlocked by the neighbouring states of Tripura
and with the neighbouring countries of Bangladesh and Myanmar.
The hill stations of Mizoram served its tourists with the medium sized hills, valleys, lake
with a unique culture of its own. There are around 21 major hill ranges with splendid undulating luxuriant greenery weaved with small streams flowing across.
Aizawl, Aizwal District
Aizawl is the capital of the state of Mizoram. Aizawl has the resident population of 291,822. It is the largest city in the state. It is also the centre of governmental management containing all the important government offices, state assembly house and Civil Secretariat.
, Lunglei District
Lunglei is a small hilly town, situated in the south-central part of Mizoram state, north-eastern India. Lunglei, sometimes spelled Lungleh in Mizoram, which is literally with the meaning "bridge of rock" got its name from a bridge like rock found in the riverine area around Nghasih – a small tributary of the Tlawng River.
Champhai, Champhai district
Champhai is a border town in Mizoram, in far eastern India. It is the headquarters of Champhai district, one of the eight districts in the state. It is located on the Indo-Myanmar border and is situated in a strategically important location.
Hmuifangm, Aizawl District
Hmuifang is a popular tourist spot near Aizawl of Mizoram. It is about 50 km from Aizawl with an elevation of 1619 metres; the mountain of Hmuifang is still covered with virgin forests
reserved from the time of Mizo Tribal people
. Hmuifang is on the way to Lunglei.
Reiek, Aizawl District
is a popular tourist spot and rests at an elevation of 1548 metres overlooking Aizawl. This hill station offers view of the surrounding valleys and hills. The alluvial plains of Bangladesh can be seen from the top of the hilly region of Reiek. Reiek Hill is surrounded by thick lush green temperate trees and bushes.
Mamit, Mamit district
is a popular hill station and is known for its exquisite scenic locales and magnificence.