Aizawl, the capital city of the state of Mizoram, is a favoured destination of solitude seekers. The 112 year old hill fortress offers ample opportunities for sightseeing, recreation and adventure. Set in the midst of beautiful landscapes, the destination is situated on an elevated platform at an altitude of 4,000 ft.

One of the highlighting characteristics of the region is timber houses positioned between profusion of flowers. The cloudless blue skies, dewy mornings and sunlight streaming through the woods are ideal for a relaxing holiday.

The group performance displaying foot movements and colourful costumes of the famous Cheraw (bamboo dance) is a spectacular sight to witness in Aizawl. The region is popular for items like cane and bamboo items.

The district of Champhai is situated at an altitude of 1,678 m. The destination is the business gateway between India and Myanmar. This frontier district is one of the oldest places inhabited by the Mizo community.

Famed for its colourful tribal traditions, orchids and beautiful surroundings, the destination has several hamlets that are dotted with monuments and monoliths. Champhai is also known as The Rice Bowl of Mizoram, which is situated along step farms of rice. Paddy fields alongside the valley add to the beauty of the place.

Lunglei is located in the south-central region of Mizoram. A popular tourist destination, Lunglei means, 'the bridge of rock’ in the regional dialect. It derived its name from a bridge like rock along the banks of River Ngashish.

Situated under the shadows of the Himalayas, Lunglei is one of the densely populated regions in the Mizo Hills. Flora, dense bamboo woods, beautiful gorges and gushing rivers are the attractions of the region.

Mim Kut, Chapchar Kut, Pawl Kut and Christmas are some of the festivals that are celebrated in Lunglei with great fervour. Some of the popular dance forms in the region are Cheraw, Khuallam and Chheih Lam that are performed during festivities.

Serchhip is small town that is situated in the state of Mizoram, in the Serchhip district. The town is a popular tourist place in the region and one can experience different tourist activities here. There are numerous small villages that are located near the town and these are worth visiting as well. Some of the main ones are the Neihloh and Buangpui.

The people who live in these quaint little villages are friendly and welcoming. One can get a taste of village life and culture of these people while visiting these places.