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The city of Aizawl experiences moderate climatic conditions throughout the year. The summer season begins in the month of March and continues till May. Summers here are not very hot as temperature ranges from a minimum of 20° C to a maximum of 30°C. Heavy storms are common in Aizawl from March to April. Monsoons in the city extending from June to October are characterized by average rainfall of 250 cm.


Winter starts from the middle of November and lasts till February. The temperature during the season will be between 10° C and 22° C. The best time to visit Aizawl is from the month of October to March.

How To Reach

By Road:

Buses connect the city of Aizawl to the other important cities in the region.

By Air:

The major airport in Aizawl is well-connected to several cities in India via flight. Flights from cities of Kolkata, Guwahati, Imphal are available on a regular basis.

By Rail:

The railway station closest to Aizawl is Silchar, located at a distance of 130 km. Daily trains bound for Lumdig are available from the station.


Aizawl, the capital city of Mizoram is known as “the pride of Mizoram”. Situated on the Tropic of Cancer on the majestic Himalayan Mountain Ranges, this small hill station is surrounded by the beautiful Tuirial and Tlawng rivers, lush greenery and fragrant gardens. Being a remote destination Aizawl draws solitude seeking travelers with ample opportunities for recreation, adventure and sightseeing. The region set amidst gorgeous landscapes is at an elevation of 4,000 ft above sea level.


This tiny little hill state is not just know for its salubrious weather, fresh mountain air and beautiful striking orchids but also for its rich heritage, diverse art and craft and colorful festivals. 


This scenic and serene place is also chosen for its salubrious climate, unpolluted surroundings, rich heritage, diverse art and colourful festivals.  The clear blue skies, misty mornings and the bright sunlight streaking through the woods add to its beauty. The timber cottages positioned in the midst of fields of flowers are one of the highlights of the place.


The name of the city literally stands for ‘a field of wild cardamom’. The rich tribal background of Aizawl stresses the religious, ethnic and cultural background of the state of Mizoram. The culture and traditions of the city are evident from the performance and arts of the people. Tourists are greeted by the spectacular sights of the group performance showcasing amazing footwork and bright costumes of the renowned bamboo dance of the region.


Aizawl boasts of a rich tradition of handicrafts with a distinct identity. Stores sell bamboo productions and the artisans of the region are traditionally skilled in creating elegant items from bamboo including utensils, baskets, hats, furniture and flower vases.


The cuisine of Aizawl is mainly non-vegetarian. Rice forms the staple diet in the city. Fish is common. Ingredients like ducks and bamboo shots are popular. Tourists can enjoy misa mach poora, dal with eggs, koat pitha, panch phoron taarkari, poora mach.