In sense of unity they call themselves as one group of Mizo society, wear colorful attires and handcrafted accessories. Due to abundance of bamboo and cane here, people are experts in handcrafting bamboo baskets and furniture. Travellers will be amazed by the lively cities – Aizwal and Lunglei that follow urban culture and colonial style churches, while on the other hand cities like Hmuifang and Champai host great opportunities of tourism displaying old cultures and adventures. Months of October to April are best to explore Mizoram because of its hilly terrain and dense forest cover that helps the moderate cimate.
Plenty of sightseeing options like Vantawang Falls in Aizwal, Rih Dil Lake in Champai, Dampa Tiger Reserve, Khwanglung Wildlife Sanctuary in Lunglei and Durtlang Hills attract numerous adventure trippers. Chapchur Kut Festival, Anthurium Festival (flower festival) and Mim Kut are some festivals of Mizoram that see great enthusiasm of people in the months of March and September, hence a treat for culture admirers. In festive seasons, native women can be seen in Paunchei and Pawi attires while performing Cheraw and bamboo dance forms. Cuisine is greatly influenced due to its extended roots to China, Myanmar and North India. Reason to that, food her is less oily but aromatic and delicious. Dishes of bamboo shoots, duck and vegetables are some staple food to enjoy here. Local drinks Lubrusca grape wine and Zu (tea) are served as local beverages.
Mizoram is a lively and colorful state that inspire tourists to stick to their cultures amidst modernization meanwhile balancing a cup of tea or two. The fact that it is culturally advanced and developing gradually is enough reason to trip down to Mizoram as soon as season start. Get up, pack up and fly down to Mizoram to enjoy awesome festivals and munch on best ever cuisine.