Mizoram is famously called as mountainous state. It is located in the southern tip of the north-east region of India covered with thick forests dominated by bamboo groves. Mizoram is also popular among tourists for vibrant wildlife, sheer cliffs and breath-taking waterfalls, dotted with unique landmarks of myriad folklores and picturesque villages. Take a free quote and get holiday packages to explore Mizoram.
Mizoram had a road network of around 8,500 kilometres (5,300 mi) including unsurfaced village roads to surfaced national highways. The State is connected to the Indian network through Silchar in Assam through the National Highway 54. Another highway, NH-150 connects the state's Seling Mizoram to Imphal Manipur and NH-40A links the State with Tripura.
Mizoram has an airport, Lengpui Airport, near Aizawl and its runway is 3,130 feet long at an elevation of 1,000 feet. Aizawl airport is linked from Kolkata. Mizoram can also be reached via Assam's Silchar Airport, which is about 200 kilometres(around 6 hours) by road to Aizawl.
There is a rail link at Bairabi railway station but it is primarily for goods traffic. The nearest practical station to Mizoram is at Silchar in Assam. Bairabi is about 110 kilometres and Silchar is about 180 kilometres from the state capital. The Government is now planning to start a broad gauge Bairabi Sairang Railway connection for better connectivity in the state.
It is quite easy to rent cars, most of them are rented along with drivers. These car rentals can be easily found online, or physically at airports, railway stations, bus stands and at popular tourist destinations.
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