Mizoram is one of the members of the seven sisters that coalesce to form northeast India, is bordered by the states of Assam, Tripura and Manipur. It also shares an international boundary with Myanmar and Bangladesh. Mizoram's topography is marked by rugged hills laced by hilly streams and sylvan lakes however, the mystic Blue Mountains locally known as the Phawngpui stands tall at an elevation of 2,210 meter that marks the highest point in the state.
It has evergreen ranges and hills with blooms of exotic flora and dense bamboo jungles rise sharply from the plains of Assam in a north south direction. These hills and plunging gorges are criss-crossed by gushing rivers and sparkling waterfalls. The highest among its several peaks is the Phawngpui "The Blue Mountain". In sharp contrast to the dense jungles and steep hills is a rugged quilt of lush paddy fields all the way. From the center of the state towards the Myanmar border.
Today, Mizoram tourism is a dazzling mix of this cross-cultural vibrancy with 87 percent literacy, gender equality and a vigorous pursuit of its ancient cultural traditions and social mores. You can experience India by visiting Mizoram. The term 'Mizo' is a combine with of two words: 'Mi' means People and 'Zo' means Hill. Thus Mizo connotes "hill people" and this term gives a racial and distinctive ethnic identity to the people of the state. Experience India with Indian Travel Agent.
Capital: - Aizawl
Country: - India
Language: -Mizo, English
Mizoram lies between 21o 58’ and 24o35‘ N Latitudes and 92o15’ and 93o 29’ E Longitudes. It is situated in the North-Eastern region of India, bordering Myanmar in the east and Bangladesh in the west.
General climate of Mizoram is one of the most pleasing one in the country (India) with moderate temperatures throughout the year. Summers are not very hot as the temperature remains between 20º to 30º Centigrade. Winters are very pleasing and cool with temperatures ranging from 21º to 11º Centigrade. Mizoram state witnesses heavy rainfall in all parts of the state during the rainy season and monsoon starts from June and lasts till the month of August.
Main airport of Mizoram is in the capital city of Aizawl. Various ail=rlines operate regular flights to and from Aizawl.
There is no railway station in Mizoram. The nearest railway station is at Silchar in Assam.
Public transportation in Mizoram is provided by the Mizoram State Transport, which is also known as MST. The operation is carried out through four of the major bus depots in the state, situated at Lunglei, Aizawl, Saiha and Silchar. Transit facility is very affordable and comfortable to the public. Moreover, MST runs ordinary, deluxe and mini type of bus vehicles for providing public transportation.