Location of Hmuifang
Hmuifang is located at a distance of 50 kilometres to the south of Aizawl.
Scenic Beauty of Hmuifang
Hmuifang has the tourist attraction named Hmuifang Mountain. This Hmuifang Mountain has an average elevation of 1619 metres from the sea level. Hmuifang Mountain is still covered with virgin forests which are reserved since the days of the Mizo chiefs. The patches of grasslands of Hmuifang on the Peak of Hmuifang Mountain are also ideal for picnics and outdoor camping. This is also the venue of the annual Anthurium Festival and Thalfavang Kut which is hosted by the Department of Tourism of Mizoram. One may visit the Mizo villages situated on the hillsides; Hmuifang village, Sumsuih village, Lamchhip village and Chamring village are serving as the tourist attractions to the national and international tourists. One can also see the hilly rural life in Hmuifang also Hmuifang mountain has the beautiful cliffs. It offers great views of the surrounding hills. Hmuifang is ideal to the nature lovers. The surrounding forests near Hmuifang Mountain abound with fascinating varieties of flora and fauna including rare orchids and wildlife especially avi-fauna. Hmuifang hill is measured about 5000 feet above sea level and can reach via Hmuifang Tlang resort to spend a couple of days enjoying adventure activities.
Adventure Tourism in Hmuifang
Hmuifang offers many adventure tourism sites to the national and international tourists. The mountain biking, hiking and biodiversity trekking in Hmuifang are some of the activities that adventure seekers undertake. The Mizoram Tourism Department encourages tourism in Hmuifang Tlang by organizing Thalfavang Kut, a Mizo festival on a yearly basis. Thalfavang Kut is another harvest festival that is usually celebrated in the month of November, after the weeding and various cultural performances are carried out.
Resort in Hmuifang
Hmuifang has a resort, which was built on the former land of the erstwhile Mizo chief and this place offers an ideal getaway in the midst of nature.
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