The road less traveled is the one Robert Frost took. We are free to choose but we really do not know what awaits us at the end. Better to be a lone ranger to join the crowd. It’s only in nature that we discover the language of the sense, the anchor of our purest thoughts. I found myself in the lap of nature rejuvenated by the warmth of the mountains, the gushing waterfalls, the tall alpine, and oak forest. This trance-like state Mizoram, the untouched land, impressive Landscapes, unnerving valleys, charming hillocks and home to mozos.
A beautiful city in the North East of India, and a home to Mizos, Aizawl is the oldest cities with jaw-dropping views. A quirky peaceful town and also the capital of Mizoram. Everything is so perfect and it is a charming place to relax and enjoy the local food and culture. There are a lot of places to see like the Mizoram State Museum and hilly areas like Chanmari, Hmuifang, and Tamdil Lake.
Considered as one of the most famous districts with the highest literacy rate in India, this place will never fail to amaze the travelers and tourists because of the vibrant aura. It is a small town where it gives an experience of the tribal life, activities to the travelers. The renowned villages are Neihloh and Buangpuri. The residents give importance to responsible tourism. Some of the best places to visit which have mind-blowing beauty– Vantawng Khawhltha waterfall, Chhingpui Thlan, and Hriantregna Lung.
Would you believe such places exist where you are bordered by the state of Assam, Tripura, and Aizwal?
Mamit is the one. It is the fourth largest district of the state of Mizoram. Popular for its commendable Landscapes and magnificent food and culture, these places should be in everyone’s travel bucket list. It is bordered on the north by the Hailakandi district of Assam state, on the west by North Tripura district of Tripura state and Bangladesh on the south by Lunglei district and on the east by Kolasib and Aizawl districts.
The place for adventure enthusiasts and who loves trekking, ReikTlang is one of the highest hills at Mizoram standing at 1600 meters. A paradise for nature lovers and the perfect place to find peace and tranquility. Reik Peak is relatively unexplored and a hidden jewel embellished with greenery, landscapes and the backdrop of Mizo hills. What makes Reik Peak unique is the pristine forest of the Reiek hills on one side and on the other side there is a steep rocky cliff. When you reach the top, the view is outstanding: in short, it is a tryst with nature. There will be humming and chirping of the birds. It is also an ideal place for birdwatchers.
5. The Phawngpui Blue Mountain National Park
The national park is home to many flora and fauna and rare animals and birds. It is the ultimate place for hiking, trekking and Adventure seekers. It has a natural beauty that lures tourists. The park is blessed with different species of birds and animals such as the Asiatic black bear and the black eagle. The overall beauty is breathtaking that one must see to believe such landscapes exist.
To the days when I believed in dreamy landscapes, landscapes not known to human invasions.
It was only mankind, humanity exhibited. Of surreal landscapes, food and culture of Mizoram defines a dream. A place perched far away from human annexation and a gift from Universe!
The falls is the 13th highest in the country and is one of the enthralling waterfalls of the North East. Located 137km away from the capital city of Aizawl, it is flanked between the undulated valleys with lush greenery around the waterfall which seemed like a river of white milk from distance. The waterfall is surrounded by rich forests adding to the overall beauty. It is located in the Vanya River. The falls are known for their thundering speed of flow and is exceptionally underrated in the North East of India.