Mizoram, the land of the Mizos or the Highlanders who belong to the Mongoloid race, exudes an exotic charm of its own.   Mizoram is a mountainous state nestling in the southern tip of the north-east region of India. From the lush forests dominated by thick bamboo groves, numerous waterfalls that gush down the narrow gorges to confluence into large meandering streams in the deep valleys, dotted with unique landmarks of myriad folklores and picturesque villages of houses built on stilts, Mizoram is a land of dramatic seas of morning mists that enfold islands of hills and peaks. 

Aizawl is the state capital, and also the political and cultural centre of Mizoram, and is still one of the least-frequented cities in India. 
Mizoram has a moderate and pleasant climate throughout the year, and is an idyllic land of great natural beauty having rich variety of flora and fauna which is an added attraction to the nature lovers. To the more adventurous spirit, the rugged terrains and rivers are ideal for various outdoor sports and activities. 

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Interesting Facts about Mizoram

Mizoram has the highest density of clouded leopards and marbled cats in South-East Asia in the wild, mainly in the Dampa Tiger Reserve.

The cult of Chana (Chana Pawl) living in Baktawng is recorded in the Guinness Book of World Record as the world’s largest family, with 162 members.