Aizawl is the capital of the state of Mizoram, India located north of the Tropic of Cancer in the northern part of Mizoram. Aizawl is the central administration hub of all important government offices, civil secretariat, and all others. Aizawl is among the most beautiful hill stations and has magnificent famous tourist attraction with a blend of impeccable cleanliness and lots of natural beauty spots. A tour of this hill station will serve you an extraordinary experience and diaries of peace, alluring scenic beauties, natural charm and exotic wildlife.
The people of Aizawl known to be warm and friendly to welcome and promote tourism. The hill station is known to have an influence on all major religions, Christianity is the major influence on the natives. The central point is located at Zarkawt where the famous Mizoram State Museum (nominal entry charge is Rs 5) is located serving the attraction of rich traditions, culture, and history. Some of the best tourist attractions in Aizawl includes Bara Bazar is a main shopping center of Aizawl with the Millennium Centre (popular shopping mall) located here, Reiek, Durtlang hills serving an amazing charm of the hill station, Hmuifang, Berawtlang Tourist Complex, Khuangchera Pur and . Mini Zoological Garden, Dalma Sanctuary, and Bung Picnic spot are also among the top attractions in Aizawl.
Aizawl is located in the mountain ridges thus cost of driving can be a bit expensive and having the steep paths walking is not a way to explore. The city offers numerous buses which connect multiple routes through the town center. Cheapest fares can of buses cost around Rs.5 per kilometer but can vary a bit. Private taxis are frequently available but can be expensive. A short distance travel can cost you around Rs.40 per kilometer. Private taxis don't have standard rates; therefore, negotiation as per behalf can help. There are no buses available from the Airport to the city and a Taxi ride from the airport to the city can cost you around Rs.800.
The serves the air transport to Aizawl. The airport serves best and cheap flights from/to Kolkata, Guwahati, Imphal, and Delhi. One way flights from/to Guwahati can be as cheap as Rs.1800-2500 and the connecting flight from/to Delhi can be cheapest as Rs.3800-4500 one way.
The local language spoken in Aizawl is Mizo. Some of the young people can speak English but communication can be a problem in Aizawl.
The cuisines of Aizawl have a blend of influence from North Indian and Chinese cuisines. You can also find Continental, Indian, Korean as well as delicious Japanese cuisines. Famous local cuisines include Bag made of rice and cooked with chicken; Chhangban is the boiled rice dough. Some of the best cuisines of Aizawl include Paanch Phoron Torkari, Chhum Han made from steamed vegetables, Koat Pitha and Misa Mach Poora made from fish. Aizawl comes under dry state, therefore, alcohol is banned here. You should try the Lubrusca Grape Wine and a form of tea called Zu. Best food in famous restaurants can be expensive like Rs.600 for pork ribs and Rs.400 for just Fish and Chips.
Good Accommodation is very important. Being a popular hill station, accommodation can be expensive here due to high demand so it's recommended to pre-book hotels to get some best deal and discounts. Best hotels in Aizawl include and the grand hotel. Cheapest accommodation can cost around Rs.1000-1200 per night. The single deluxe room would cost around Rs.1700, double deluxe in Rs.2500-2700 and Premium Suite luxury room with balcony in Rs.4500-5000 per night.