With the abundance for lakes, streams and river, Mizoram makes for an ideal place for angling. Palak Lake and Tamdil Lake is an amazing place to have more of angling adventure. Palak Lake includes various species of fish like Mahseer and Trout and Crabs. The Chhimtuipui River in Saiha District offers Salmon, local Trout and Catfish to grab onto. So, get ready with your fishing gear which might make for a delicious meal afterword.
Tourists can also explore the several caves in Mizoram that are associated with myths, legends and folktales. The well-known caves are Pukzing Cave and Lamsial Cave in the Aizawl District, Milu Puk Cave in the Lunglei and Kungawrhi Puk Cave in the south east of Aizawl District. All these caves reserve the relics of the past which makes the cave adventure more thrilling and exciting.
The Blue Mountain peak is the most famous among the mountaineers. In all Mizoram has 21 mountain peaks. Exploring the peak and its National Park requires trekking and one can get the most exciting views of Mizoram from the cliffs of Phawngpui. It is famous for its exotic species of flora and fauna especially the orchids and rhododendrons spread within the valleys surrounding on all sides. Other popular climbing areas in Mizoram are Thalazaung Khamm, Mount Mawma and Mount Kahrie. The best time for mountaineering is September and October.
Mizo people are very proficient in making handcraft items. Tourists fall in love with the wonderfully crafted items of bamboo and cane which make up for very good and unique home décor items. These products are not only beautiful but long-lasting too. The best buys are baskets, furniture, hats, utensils made out of bamboo and cane. Another popular product here are woven fabrics which are available in beautiful patterns and designs like shawls woven by Mizo women exhibit the marvel of perfection in their skills.
Mizoram offers great trekking options in the verdant forests and valleys. Some of the famous sites trekking are Champai, Lunglei town, Phawangpui peak and National Park. Travellers who opt for trekking have to be physically fit and strong enough to take the task. Abounding with diverse flora and fauna, Phawngpui has been declared a National Park covering an area of about 50 sqkm. Exploring the park requires trekking and one can get the most exciting views of Mizoram from the cliffs of Phawngpui. It is famous for its exotic species of flora and fauna especially the orchids and rhododendrons spread within the valleys surrounding on all sides.
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