Mizoram is the youngest state in the North East India and is known as the land of Blue Mountains. It is famous for its endless variety of landscapes.
Mizoram presents with a great opportunity for adventure and outdoor activities.
Trekking: Mizoram offers great trekking options in the lush green forests and valleys. Some of the famous sights ideal for trekking are Champai, Lunglei town, Phawangpui peak and national park. Travelers who opt for trekking have to be physically fit and strong enough to take the task. The travelers are required to carry their mountain equipments, a pair of comfortable sneakers and bottled water with them.
Mountaineering: The Blue Mountain peak is the most famous among the mountaineers. In all Mizoram has 21 mountain peaks. The western portion of the peak has a semi circular cliff, known as Thalazaung Khamm. Local people believe that it is a haunted place but despite that it is a favorite with the rock climbers. Other peaks of the state like Mount Kahrie, and Mount Mawma are also popular with the mountaineers. The best time for mountaineering is September and October.
Caving activity: The numerous caves in Mizoram are associated with myths, legends and folktales. The well known caves are Pukzing Cave and Lamsial Cave in the Aizawl District, Milu Puk Cave in the Lunglei and Kungawrhi Puk Cave in the south east of Aizawl District. All these caves contain the relics of the past which makes the adventure activity more exciting. Carry along your torch, spare batteries, camera and a guide map of the caves.
Angling: With various water streams and rivers, Mizoram offers perfect opportunity for angling. Tamdil, lake is known for its variety of fish species and prawns. Chhimtuipui River offers Salmon, local trout and catfish. Palak Lake is also an amazing place to have more of angling adventure. One can also get to see lot of crabs.