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Of Hazy Hills and Hidden History

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“Of Hazy Hills and Hidden History”

“Of Hazy Hills and Hidden History”
A MIZORAM chapter
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Welcome to Mizoram, one of India’s best-kept secrets and a jewel of North East India. Nestled between Assam, Tripura, Manipur, Bangladesh, and Myanmar, Mizoram offers a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural richness. Its picturesque rolling hills, lush landscapes, and vibrant culture create a captivating setting for your next adventure. Known as “the land of the blue mountains,” Mizoram’s poetic name is inspired by the stunning blue haze that often veils its scenic hills.

Mizoram’s history is deeply intertwined with the migration patterns of the Mizo people, who are believed to have originated from the Yalong river coast in China. Over centuries, they migrated through Myanmar before settling in the region now known as Mizoram. This diverse heritage is reflected in the state’s customs, traditions, and daily life. The name “Mizoram” encapsulates its essence, deriving from three words: “Mi” (people), “Zo” (hill), and “Ram” (land), meaning “land of the hill people.” Officially becoming a state in 1987, Mizoram’s journey to statehood was marked by struggle and resilience, shaping its strong community spirit and vibrant identity.

At the heart of Mizoram lies its vibrant community, where trust and unity form the pillars of society. The Mizo people, including the Lai, Mara, Hmar, and Chakma tribes, embody a sense of belonging and collective responsibility. Their unique system of governance showcases a democratic ethos that fosters harmony and cooperation. Mizoram is known for its safety, stability, and welcoming atmosphere, making it an ideal destination for travelers seeking both adventure and tranquility.

For nature enthusiasts, Mizoram is a haven with its lush landscapes, clear rivers, and impressive waterfalls. This chapter will guide you through serene forests, charming villages, and panoramic viewpoints, providing a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Our meticulously planned itinerary promises not only a memorable journey but also a transformative experience. You will be welcomed by the warm hospitality of the Mizo people, explore their unique customs, and immerse yourself in the natural splendor of the region.

We at ChaloHoppo are thrilled to finally enter this lesser-known state and expand our operations here. Our first chapter in Mizoram promises to immerse you in the essence of this captivating region. From the lush landscapes and serene villages to the rich cultural heritage and warm hospitality of the Mizo people, we’ve curated an itinerary that showcases the very best Mizoram has to offer. Join us on this extraordinary journey, where each moment brings a new discovery and every experience becomes a story to tell. Be among the first to explore the beauty, diversity, and spirit of Mizoram with ChaloHoppo. Your unforgettable adventure begins now.

  • Witness the traditional Cheraw dance, known for its use of bamboo within the art form.
  • Visit and experience known and offbeat waterfalls in Thenzawl
  • Country boat rides in Thenzawl and on the Mizoram-Myanmar border.*
  • Indulge in local shopping at the bustling border market.
  • Visit Reiek for a breathtaking sunrise
  • Discover the impressive civic sense within the capital of Aizawl as you explore the scenic roads and vibrant markets.
  • Enjoy charming bonfires across the state.
  • Pay and play at the Thenzawl golf course (optional)
  • Go across the border for a day trip to Rih Dil, a charming heart shaped lake nestled in the hills of Myanmar *
    *For Indian Nationals only
  • Stay in clean, comfortable and hygienic accommodations on all days(On double sharing basis)
  • Breakfast from Day 2 to 7
  • Inner line permits to enter Mizoram
  • Boat ride to Vantawng Falls, permits and fees
  • Lunch on Day 3 and 6
  • Transport in an SUV (Max 6 per vehicle)
  • Local guides to accompany us for all activities
  • Traditional Bamboo Dance at East Lungdar
  • An experienced Trip leader on all days
  • Golf charges in Thenzawl Golf Course
  • All food & beverages costs apart from the ones mentioned above.
  • Entry fee to any monuments etc if any.
  • Any camera fees.
  • Drive, guides and other tips
  • Any personal expenditure (Toiletries, medicines, etc.)
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Inclusions”.

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