The youngest state Mizoram, formerly known as
the Lushai Hills is situated in the North Eastern
Corner of India. It is flanked by Bangladesh and
Tripura in the West and Burma in the East.
Foreign tourists intending to visit Mizoram require
Restricted Area Permits issued by the All Foreigners
Regional Registration Offices (FRRO) in Calcutta,
Delhi & Bombay. Chief Immigration Office,
Madras & All Indian Mission Abroad. Inner
line permits for Indian tourists are issued through
The Deputy Director cum-Liaison Officer, 24 Old
Ballygunge Road, Calcutta- 700 019, Tel: 247-7034.
The permits can also be obtained from the Laision
Officer of The Government of Mizoram, Mizoram
House, Rangir Kharia, Silchar, Assam, Tel : 559,
659, 754; Mizoram House, Laision Officer, Zoo
Road, Guwahati- 781 005, Tel : 87091.
Application should be submitted in the prescribed
profroma available from the above office on arrival
in Guwahati/Silchar. The forms should be completed
in person together with two passport size photographs
signed in the presence of the Laision Officer
and should put your signature in the office register.
Altitude : 3715 feet.
Temperature (Deg C) : Summer - Max. 29, Min. 20
; Winter - Max. 21, Min. 10.
Rainfall : Approx. 200 cms to 350 cms. ( May to
Best Season : September to May.
TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION
Abyss tours organize the transport and
communication to mizoram
PLACES OF INTEREST
Aizwal Town, Mizoram State Museum, The Weaving
Centre, Bora Bazar, Luangmual Handicrafts Centre,