Mizoram is a state in the hilly regions of northeast India. It shares its borders with Myanmar, Bangladesh, Tripura, Assam and Manipur. Mizoram became a state in 1987, before which it was a union territory. The word Mizo means highlander and Mizoram means the Land of Mizos.Â The average altitude of the Mizoram hills is 900m and the highest peak is Phawngpui, the Blue Mountain, at 2165m. The people of Mizoram are believed to be of Mongolian origin, and migrated to these areas centuries ago. In the 19th century the region came under the British influence and saw a growing
FAMOUS TOURIST CITIES OF Â MIZORAM
Aizawl, the capital city of the state of Mizoram, is a favoured destination of solitude seekers. Located on the Tropic of Cancer, on the Himalayan ranges, the city is one of the foremost cities in the north-eastern region of India.
The district of Champhai is one of the eight districts in the state of Mizoram, which is situated at an altitude of 1,678 metres above sea level. Spread over an area of 3,186 sq km, Champhai is situated along the Myanmar hills. The destination is the business gateway between India and Myanmar.
Kolasib is most preferred by travellers from Hyderabad and Kolasib is also preferred by Couple, Single. Best season/months for places to visit in Kolasib are February, November, December. You can visit 2 tourist places in Kolasib with family, kids, friends, couples, parents, lover or girlfriend at any time like early morning, afternoon, evening or night which is suitable for you. There are some sightseeing in Kolasib which you can visit within half day or in one day but to see all sightseeing, you need to stay in Kolasib for 2 days to 3 days.