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 shops to challenging your taste buds with Mizo food. Explore the land far east!
Aizawl, Reiek, Falkawn village, Hmuifang, Turihiau waterfalls
Day 1: Welcome to the land far East! After you land in Lengpui airport, hop on your pickup and head to Aizawl city. It will take you about 90 minutes to reach your Hotel, which will be your comfortable abode for the days spent in Aizawl. Ease out your shoulders and back by sinking in your bed and head for an authentic Mizo dinner (Get ready to challenge your taste Buds!)|
Day 2: Satisfy the hunger for adventure! It’s a day full of adventures! As we take the road leading us out of the charming city and head west to the ones looked over by the golden mountains of Mizoram. An hour ride, passing over the longest river of the state, Tlawng we reach Reiek. A small village settled in Mamit District.Trek up for 2 hours to place your feet 6,000 ft. high and witness the never-ending folds of mountains till they turn into plains of Bangladesh, caressed by the soft morning mist. Rest your head on the big boulder jutting out of the peak, listening to the folklore of the place while Aizawl overlooks you from behind. It’s your time to expel the thoughts and lose them to the cold breeze around. Head back to Aizawl to explore the markets, from handicrafts made of bamboos to Mizo traditional dress. Head to the best viewpoint of the city to ATC viewing gallery and glance as the sun sets beneath the orange sky.|
Day 3: Explore the Mizo Tlangs! After an early breakfast, we head south to Falkawn village, hosting a well-maintained model of the traditional Mizo village. Step in the traditional Mizo bamboo huts, to get to know the culture better and understand the Mizo way of living. Learn about the traditions of the village and the practices during the headhunting days. We head further south to the known tourist spot of Hmuifang. Walk bare feet on the soft grass hills and taste some fresh local fruit juices. Detach yourself from your existing life and head into the virgin forests of a short walk. 40 mins ahead, stands the romantic hills of Sialsuk. We will head for a hike passing through numerous small hills to get to Sialsuk Tlang,once the home to the old village.
Head to the coziest abode in Thenzawl our abode for tonight. If time permits we go for a stroll in the village to the small ponds all around to see the sunset over the cornfields.|
Day 4: Watch the Water Fall! We wake up early and leave to witness the two most famous waterfalls of the state. Starting with the unique Turihiau waterfalls, one of those waterfalls which can be viewed from behind as well with a cave right behind the falls. Next head to view the largest known waterfall in Mizoram, Vantwang Falls. Come back to have the much-needed breakfast and visit the prospering handloom industry set up in the small homes in the village. Time to leave Serchhip to reach on time for a typical mainland lunch in Aizawl and ease out in your rooms.|
Day 5: Celebrate the festival of Chapchar kut! This is the day we celebrate Chapchar kut, the festival of Spring in Aizawl. Dawn your Mizo attires and make your way to the local ground to witness Mizos celebrate the much awaited festival. Witness the traditional dance, parade and local bands perform. The whole city will be drowning in the festive mood and so should we! If you get the steps right you can eve try to shake a leg to the Mizo tunes. Head back to the hotel after a long day of celebrations!|
Day6: Ka-Lawm-E Mizoram! It’s time to bid farewell to this unexplored gem, Mizoram! Kaw law me!
Breakfast and Dinner on all the days. Accommodation on twin sharing basis in Hotels. ChaloHoppo Guy as the tour leader. Transport throughout the trip. Parking, tolls, driver allowance, driver accommodation and driver food. All necessary permits to enter Mizoram. A local expert guide. All the activities on the trip.
Airfare charges. All food & beverages cost apart from the ones mentioned above. Trekking shoes and clothing ( Any personal equipment). Any camera fees. Hotel & driver tips if any, since the locals earn low wages, your tips can show your appreciation) Any personal expenditure (Toiletries, medicines, etc.). Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control. Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Inclusions”.