Hills have got their own charm. The Drives, the Curvy Roads, Awesome mausam and what not. Road trips to any Hill Station have been a unique experience in itself. Such one experience is Aizawl! This particular place is in the abode of Mizoram and it’s the capital of the State.
Many of us are so grim like me to wonder what is so special about this place?? When I was planning for this trip, many of known ones had told me that there is nothing much to visit in Aizawl, you would get bored in a day. But I have learnt that Aizawl is a place to see its culture! The Christianity here has been followed in a meticulous manner. If you are a person who likes to explore different cultures then you will surely enjoy this city…
So today I will be imparting some light on what this place has to offer for the travellers like me on a very brief trip due to ofcourse the paucity of time.
The way to Aizawl
The Hill station is connected by road via Silchar and by air (I guess it’s the smallest airport in India). Although, one can directly approach Aizawl by air but A traveller like me would still consider going via road from silchar. The state Border between Assam and Mizoram is so well distinguished that one can feel the change in the landscape from head to toe. Just at the end of Assam district of Chachar and starting of Mizo district Kolasib, the landscape changes totally from plains and cultivated region to a Hilly area….
Mizoram has a very peculiar hill pattern running from North to South and one cannot even dream of moving traverse because of the thick tropical jungles separating them. The drive is a bit exhaustive due to bad road conditions in Assam but once you start moving on the hills, you will start getting the pleasure of your road trip. The roads in Mizoram are very different because of its rugged terrain, the roads are only been seen on the ridges itself. Hence one can have sightseeing at both sides of the road. This makes the road much more interesting and beautiful….!!