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    Aizawl is the capital of Mizoram. This is a beautiful city of the State spread over steep ridges, hills and valleys. The Tlawng River flowing past the city adds to the beauty of the city.

    There ares several tourist places in Aizawl. The beautiful Tlawng River is the first place you should visit in Aizawl. The river cascades down the valley to the west of the city.

    The second place you should visit is the Tamdil Lake. The Lake offers boat rides for its visitors You can have fishing in Chhimtuipui river, Saiha. The other must visit place here is Vantawang, the highest waterfalls of Mizoram which falls from a height of 750 feet.

    Phawngpui Peak, the highest peak in Mizoram is a good scenic spot here famous for orchids, mountain goats & butterflies.

    Aizawl is also the cultural capital of Mizoram. The city also houses the Mizoram State Museum, Solomon Temple & the twin lake of Aizawl-Rungdil lake.

    Reiek is a small cultural village close to Aizawl. The natural forest and rocky cliffs add to the beauty of the village.

    The nearest railway station to Aizawl is Silchar and the nearest airport to Aizawl is Lengpui airport about 32 kms from the city. The best time to visit Aizawl is from November to March.

    There are a number of holiday rental accommodations available in Aizawl such as resorts, homestays, serviced apartments, cottages and guest houses available in Aizawl offering comfortable stay for its visitors. We have listed some of the best budget holiday homes in Aizawl in our website. Our advanced search option helps you easily find the right holiday accommodations that fit your budget and convenience; travelers can always make direct contact with the property owner from our website before finalizing their reservations. We have also introduced friendly dormitories for Group, budget & cheap holiday stays.

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