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Mizoram Cultural and Natural Tours

7 Nights 8 Days with Itinerary covering Delhi-Aizawl-Champai–Vantawang-Aizawl–Champai–Aizawl-Delhi
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7 Nights - 8 Days

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

44 people


Assamese, Bengali, English, Hindi

Prepare to be enchanted by the unique charms of Mizoram in North East India with Times To Travel. Mizoram is one of India’s most exotic hill states, nestled among beautiful mountains and lush greenery. Mizoram is a perfect hideaway for discerning travelers to relish amidst the impeccable natural beauty, vibrant cultures, and exquisite tourist attractions. It is bordered by Tripura and Bangladesh on the west and Burma on the east. This amazing Mizoram cultural and nature tour will take you to some of the state’s most amazing tourist attractions.

The hamlets of Aizawl, Vantawng, and Champhai will be visited during this fascinating Mizoram tour. Popular tourist attractions such as the Zoological Garden, Thenzawl Waterfall, Vantawng Waterfall, and Handloom & Handicraft Centers will be explored in these locations. Furthermore, on this northeast India tour, you will have the opportunity to learn about the distinct culture and rural lifestyle of the people who live in these settlements. Check out the day-by-day 7N/8D Mizoram tour itinerary below to learn more about what’s included in this exciting tour.



  • Sightseeing in Aizawl including The State Museum housing cultural artifacts
  • Shopping at the Bora bazaar of Aizawl
  • Boat ride at Vantawng falls
  • Visit tribal villages in Aizawl and Vantawng
  • Visit the beautiful town of Champai
  • Enjoy sightseeing in Aizwal.
  • Spend the day at Vantawng Falls.
  • Get a taste of the local culture in Aizwal.
  • Savor the traditional delicacies of Aizwal.

Day 1 : Delhi- Aizwal

Take a flight from Delhi to Aizawl. When you arrive in Aizwal, you will be met by a representative who will assist you with an assisted transfer to your pre-booked hotel. The rest of the day is free for leisure activities such as interacting with locals, admiring the surrounding beauty, going for a leisurely walk, or sampling local delicacies. Stay in Aizawl for one night.

Day 2 : Aizwal

After breakfast on Day 2, you'll go sightseeing in Aizwal. During your sightseeing tour, you will visit famous museums, the Durtlang Zoological Garden, and handloom and handicraft centers. After that, pay a visit to a nearby Mizo tribal hamlet. Consider the people's traditional way of life. These villages are typically built on a hill with a breathtaking view of the surrounding area. The evening is reserved for Bara Bazar shopping. Aizwal is where you will spend the night.

Day 3 : Aizawl - Vantawng

After breakfast, take the road to Vantawng. Complete the check-in procedures at your hotel upon arrival. After that, go to Vangtawng Falls. This location is at the highest point in Mizoram. Thick bamboo forests surround the waterfalls. Spend the day relaxing. In the evening, take a boat ride through this lovely setting. Spend the night in a hotel.

Day 4 : Vantawng

Day 4 is set aside for exploring Vantawng and visiting a nearby tribal village. Mizoram's tribal people are well-known for their hospitality and are a close-knit group. Visit their lovely huts and observe their daily activities. Later, go to the Tuirihiau waterfall in Thenzawl. Stay in a hotel for the night.

Day 5 : Vantawang - Aizawl

Drive to Aizawl after breakfast in the morning. When you arrive, check into your hotel, freshen up, and get some rest. You can spend the rest of the day exploring the nearby attractions. Take leisurely walks, converse with locals, visit local markets, sample delectable local fare, and so on. After that, head back to your hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 6 : Aizawl – Champai

After breakfast, proceed to Champai. This town is near the Indo-Myanmar border. After arriving in Champai, enjoy the natural beauty of the area and the breathtaking view of Burma's Bilauktaung Range. You may spend the rest of the day at your leisure. Take leisurely strolls through the streets. Return to your Champai hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 7 : Champai - Aizawl

Return to Aizawl after breakfast. This day in Aizawl will be spent at leisure. You can buy traditional artefacts as souvenirs from local markets. You may also enjoy sampling some of Aizawl's delectable traditional delicacies. Interact with the locals and take in the nearby sights. After that, return to your hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 8 : Aizawl - Delhi

Early in the morning, after breakfast, transfer to Aizawl Airport to board the flight to Delhi. After arriving at Delhi Airport, board a flight to your next destination.

  • 07 Nights / 08 Days hotel accommodation as given above.
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary. Plan:- MAP i.e Breakfast & Dinner Hotel Food.
  • All Transfers & Sightseeing By Non Ac Swift Dezire/Etios for 02 – 03 Person, Non Ac Innova for 04 to 06 Pax, Non Ac Tempo Traveller for 08 to 10 Pax.
  • All currently applicable taxes i.e Hotel Tax & Transportation.
  • 01 Bottle of Mineral Water per person per day.
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary.
  • All current taxes such as hotel taxes and transportation taxes
  • Vehicle will be provided based on the itinerary.
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Advance seat reservations
  • Entry visa fees
  • Optional extensions & excursions
  • Personal, baggage & travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Geverages
  • Items not specifically mentioned in the itinerary or "included features" list
  • Any items of a personal nature
  • UNUSED SERVICES: Unused services cannot be refunded once the trip has begun. No refund can be made for absence by travelers from any part of the itinerary.

7 Nights - 8 Days


Tour's Location

7 Nights 8 Days with Itinerary covering Delhi-Aizawl-Champai–Vantawang-Aizawl–Champai–Aizawl-Delhi

When is the best time to visit Mizoram?

Mizoram is best visited between the months of December and March.

Why visit Mizoram ?

Mizoram should be visited for its lakes, waterfalls, hills, forests, lakes, caves, boating, biking, traditional cuisine, museums, and concerts.

What is the Temprature?

33°C to 38°C
March to June

23°C to 32°C
June to September

10°C to 15°C
November to March

What is Mizoram well-known for?

Mizoram is well-known for its bamboo forests, evergreen hills, cascading waterfalls, and distinct culture.

What are some of Mizoram's most famous foods?

Bai, Koat Pitha, Vawksa rep, bamboo shoot fry, panch phoran tadka, chhum han, and more delectables are popular dishes in Mizoram.

Which beverages are Mizoram's most well-known?

Mizoram's well-known beverages include: Apong, zu, Chuwarak, Zutho, Chhaang, yu, etc.

In Mizoram, how are the roads?

The roads in Mizoram aren't in great shape, and some portions are downright dangerous and impassable.

What is Mizoram's most well-known sweet dish?

The most well-known sweet dish in Mizoram is called Koat Pitha.

Why should you travel to Mizoram?

You should travel to Mizoram because it offers authentic, off-the-beaten-path tourism. The state has unmatched natural beauty. On the horizon are green, rolling hills. As you keep staring, various shades of green eventually fade away to a bluish hue. That Mizoram is also known as the "country of blue mountains" is understandable. The mists from the valleys surround the hills and mountains in the early morning, giving the impression of a milky white sea. There are numerous lakes and waterfalls in Mizoram. You will find expanses of paddy fields flanked by little hills if you descend to the lowlands.

Is travelling in Mizoram safe?

Traveling in Mizoram is completely secure. There are typically no problems in the state, and the people are friendly.


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