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The Jewel of North East

Explore the beauty of Nagaland

Visit the Jewel of North East – Mizoram, Nagaland & Manipur in just 9 Days in a very comfortable way visiting most of the important Sightseeing Spots, experiencing the Hidden Culture & Natural Beauty & exploring the Tribal Life in North East India.

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About The Jewel of North East

Visit the Jewel of North East – Mizoram, Nagaland & Manipur in just 9 Days in a very comfortable way visiting most of the important Sightseeing Spots, experiencing the Hidden Culture & Natural Beauty & exploring the Tribal Life in North East India.

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How to Reach The Jewel of North East?

By Train

By Train

By Air

By Air

By Road

By Road

The Jewel of North East Essential Information

Where to Stay in The Jewel of North East?

For Stay or Hotel Please contact to Meenakshi Tour N Travel

Major Activities for Tourists in The Jewel of North East

  • Day 01: Pune Kolkata Aizawl
  • Welcome at Aizawl Airport (Lengpui).My representative will welcome you and assist you to check in at your prebook hotel. Aizawl: Aizawl, the state Capital of Mizoram is located at an altitude of 4000 feet above sea level. Surrounded on the east by the deep green valley of river Tlawng and protected by beautiful high hills of Durtlang on the north, it is an ideal hill station for those looking for some fresh air and solitude. Evening free for leisure. Overnight at the hotel.
  • Day 02: Aizawl
  • Morning after breakfast full day city tour visiting: Bara Bazar: It is the most important shopping hub with stalls selling garments, and other commodities. Here the people can be seen in their traditional costumes selling products from farms and homesteads including river crabs with little wicker baskets. Luangmual Handicrafts Centre: 7 Kms away from Aizaul it takes half an hour to reach by car. The Khumbeu ceremonial bamboo hat is made here using waterproof hnahthial leaves. Mizoram State Museum: This museum is situated at Mc Donald Hill in the town center. it is having an interesting collection of historical relics, ancient costumes and traditional implements. (Open Monday Friday from 9:00 A.M to 5 PM. Saturday 9 AM to 1 PM) Durtlang Hills: These beautiful, craggy hills offer the breathtaking view of Aizawl. Mini Zoo: Home to species of animals and birds found only in the hills of Mizoram Berawtlang Tourist Complex: This is a recreational center situated 7 kms away from Aizawl City. It offers the facilities of Restaurant as well as Tourist Cottages. Overnight at hotel.
  • Day 03: Aizawl to Silchar (180 Kms per 6 Hrs Drive)
  • Morning after breakfast, transfer to Silchar. Silchar Situated on the Surma (Barak) River, and known for its scenic beauty and natural splendour, Silchar is surrounded by Manipur on the east, Bangladesh on the west, Mizoram on the south and the Barail hills on the north. Located south of Guwahati at a distance of 313 Kms, this town is considered as the most important centre and gateway to Barak Valley in Assam. Overnight in Silchar.
  • Day 04: Silchar Dimapur(296 Kms, 8 hrs drive)
  • Morning after breakfast, transfer to Dimapur. The gateway to Nagaland Dimapur is a prominent tourist destination where the major incoming, and outgoing of tourists takes place because it features the only airport and railway station in Nagaland. Evening free for leisure. Overnight at the hotel.
  • Day 05: Dimapur Kohima (75 Kms, 4 hrs drive)
  • Today after having morning breakfast, transfer to Kohima. En route, visit Kachari Ruins Kachari Ruins or The Dimasa Kachari Ruins is located in the town of Dimapur in Nagaland. The ruins are a series of mushroom domed pillars that were created by the Dimasa Kachari Kingdoms that ruled before the Ahom invasion during the 13th century. The purpose and origin of the pillars are mysterious; few of the pillars stand in full glory while others are crumbled down.It is also believed that a game similar to that of chess was played here with the mushroom shaped dooms. It is a glory of the North East and the tourism department of Nagaland. Kohima: Kohima is derived from the word Kew Hi Ma which means the men of the land where the flower Kew Hi grows. Situated at an altitude of 1444 m above sea level, Kohima is the Capital of Nagaland. Like other Naga settlements Kohima shares the same feature standing on top of the surrounding mountains. In true sense, fusion of different culture with a blend of modernisms turns Kohima to a fast growing city. On arrival, check in at hotel of Kohima. Overnight in Kohima. Overnight at hotel.
  • Day 06 : Kohima
  • Today after having morning breakfast, kohima city tour including following attractions: The Kohima War Cemetery: When You Go Home, Tell Them Of Us And Say, For Your Tomorrow, We Gave Our Today Constructed in the memory of the officers and soldiers who made supreme sacrifices during World War II, the war cemetery attracts hundreds of visitors every year including the relatives of those martyrs. Maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, the cemetery witnessed more than 2000 graves, on each grave there are beautiful epitaphs carved in bronze. Kohima village: Popularly known as Bara Basti (Big Village) the Kohima village is one of the largest village in Asia. Inhabited mainly by the Angami tribes it is divided into khels or localities. A large traditional wooden gate welcomes you to the village which is elaborately carved with warriors and weapons and the skull of the mithun, a symbol of prosperity. Khonoma Green Village: Located 21 kms away from Kohima town the Khonoma village is the first green village of Nagaland. The village is well known for the legendary leader Angami Zapu Phizo who was the founder of the Naga movement. It is in this place where the Naga warriors made their last endeavor against the British aggression in 1879.Khonoma Nature Conservation and Tragopan Sanctuary (KNCTS) was initiated to create the environmental awareness among the inhabitants and reserved about 70 sq km of its village forest. The village is also famous for the fallow management of its alder trees which balances nature in the surrounding areas.
  • Day 07: Kohima or Imphal (150 Kms, 5 hrs drive)
  • Morning after breakfast depart for Imphal to visit the following attractions: Shree Shree Govindajee Temple: This symbolic temple in Imphal adjoining the palace of the former rulers of Manipur, is a historic centre for Vaishnavite culture. It is a simple and beautiful structure with gold domes, a paved court and a large, raised congregation hall. The main deity of the Temple is The presiding deity in the centre is flanked by idols of Radha Govinda, Balaram and Krishna on one side and Jagannath, Balabhadra and Subhadra on the other. Khwairamband Bazaar: One of the main attractions of Imphal is the Khwairamband Bazaar. What makes this market different is that it is run by women. Split into two sections on either side of the road, it has tribal women clad in colorful, traditional attire, selling everything from hand-woven shawls, skirts, vessels, mugs and mats to fish, lotus, oranges and orange-flavored honey. And if you wander in the quaint by lanes around the market, you will get a glimpse of Manipurs customs and traditions. Khonghampat Orchidarium: There is the Khonghampat Orchidarium that has more than a hundred rare varieties of orchids. The best time to visit the orchidarium is in the months of April and May when the orchids are in full bloom. Overnight at hotel.
  • Day 09: Imphal Pune Departure
  • Today after having morning breakfast, transfer to Imphal airport for onward journey to home. Tour Ends but Sweet Memories Always Reminds.

A Few Tips Before Visiting The Jewel of North East

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis in Double Deluxe Rooms.
  • Breakfast in the hotel of all the places.
  • Exclusive private Ac vehicle.
  • Parking & Toll taxes.
  • All permit fees & hotel taxes (as per itinerary).

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