There are some places on earth that have a magnetic charm. They are not hotspots as per tourism statistics but when you visit that place, you feel elated. It is as if why did you not explore the region earlier. Manipur India is one such place. Located in the northeast part of India, Manipur charms you with its simplicity and serenity. Manipur tourism is a great option if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
How to Reach Manipur India
The capital city of Imphal is connected to other parts by air nd road
By Air :
Imphal is connected by air to important cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, Aizawal and Silchar
Imphal cannot be reached directly by rail. You can reach upto Guwahati and Dimapur by rail and from there onwards take a bus or flight to reach Imphal
Bus services operated by Manipur State Road Transport Corporation(MSRTC) connect Imphal to Guwahati,Silchar, Dimapur and Komiha.
Fast Facts on Manipur India
22,327 sq km
Summer (Mar to June) - Warm, Monsoon (July to September) - Warm and Humid
Winter (October to February) - Chilly and Very Cold
Summer - Cottons, Winter - woolens.
Language Spoken :
Manipuri , Hindi, English, Burmese, and Tibetian
Best season to visit:
October to February
Manipur Tourism offers you a chance to explore the cities Visit Imphal, the capital city where lush greenery and clear sky will capitavte your imagination. Bishnupur boasts of having the only floating National Park in the World - Keibul Lamjao National Park on the Loktak Lake, Catch a glimpse of the dancing deer in this wetland. Apart from this you can also visit Chandel, Churachandpur, Senapati and Tamenglong.
As stated above, a visit to Keibul Lamjao National Park is a must for travellers on Manipur tourism. Apart from this, the Manipur Zoological Garden located just six kms from Imphal is also worth visiting
Though small in size, Manipur is rich in culture and heritage. On your Manipur tourism trail, do enjoy the various fairs and festivals, dance and music and the traditional sport of Manipuris - archery.
Shopping is an integral part of Manipur tourism. You just cannot miss out traditional Manipuri handwoven textiles, the Manipuri dance doll , handicrafts from bamboo, papier mache, decorative ivory and jewelleries.