Whenever we think of taking a vacation to a hill-station, we immediately think about Himachal Pradesh or Uttarakhand. We might even think of Shillong in the North-East. But North-East India is a land full of hidden gems waiting to be explored. Recently, we came across Meghalaya’s crystal clear Dawki river. And now, we have come across what can be called a trek lover’s paradise!
Recently, a stunning picture of the hilly Aizawl city in Mizoram was being shared widely online. People fell in love with the gorgeous view! Have a look:
I love this hilly city Aizawl!
— pam (@airwarriorpam) October 13, 2020
There were also others who shared pictures of Aizawl in the comment section below:
— Sam Chhetri (@samjee007) October 14, 2020
Been there a couple of times.
Not just Aizawl. Entire NE is awesome 🙂 pic.twitter.com/CvRtK6R7Ar
— Shaunak Basu (@shaunakhub) October 14, 2020
Same here.. A glimpse of the Aizawl I saw during the North-East Attachment with Assam Rifles pic.twitter.com/lHufi4HQza
— Anjana Unnikrishnan (@anjana_ruk) October 14, 2020
These pictures inspired me to do some digging and I found that Aizawl indeed looks like a place made of dreams! Imagine going on a trek and being greeted by this view:
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Reeik Tlang in Mizoram is a perfect getaway for the Tourists. An hour ride from Aizawl City, this cliff is an absolute pleasure for an outing or hiking with friends and family. . . With a list of destinations in its pocket for the tourists, Mizoram is certainly a windfall for tourism in Northeast India. To plan your Mizoram Itinerary, call Himanshu +91 94543 83908 Photo 👉🏽 @bugz_zara #mizoram #discovernortheast
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Thingsulthliah village is located in Thingsulthliah Block of Aizawl district, Mizoram with total 724 families residing. The Thingsulthliah village has population of 3402 of which 1663 are males while 1739 are females as per Population Census 2011. 📷 @caleb_ralte . . . #thingsulthliah #thingsul #village #rural #nonurban #landscape #travel #hill #mountain #zokhua #nostalgia #villagelife #hilly #thingtlang #settlement #khua #villagescape #mizoram #MizoramInsta #houses #thingtlangkhua
People online were left mesmerised! Many said how the place doesn’t look real. Instead, it looks like someone’s imagination.
I really do love this city. Spent four years of my life in this city and fell in love with each and every aspect of the city . Nostalgic feeling overtakes every time I come across any such pic
— Ashish (@Ashish_singh71) October 14, 2020
First thing after all this coronavirus nonesense is to go on a long trip to NE. I’ve only been there for a couple of music festivals, and it was amazing. The views are amazing, but its the people that really warm the heart.
— Rohan (@Rohansamal31) October 14, 2020
Indeed👍one of the most beautiful places I’ve seen👍😊
Mizoram has a charm of its own. Beautiful people…beautiful place…
Faaaar from the maddening crowd.
— WingCoMats (@AbhishekMatiman) October 14, 2020
Is this even a real place? 🤩 https://t.co/3Q4qFILmYh
— The India Lab (@TheIndiaLab) October 14, 2020
— BABURAO GANPATRAO APTE (@aptebaburao1234) October 14, 2020
What a beauty. On my bucket list. Hope I tour this place before I die. https://t.co/PE8Fj7AWr1
— Vishwanath Kannadiga (@OzVish1) October 14, 2020
Aizawl should definitely be on our bucket list of wonderful places to visit! Don’t you think?