About Lunglei

Lunglei is the second-largest city in Mizoram, located at a higher altitude than the state’s capital. Lunglei derives its name from a rock resembling a bridge here. It is an ideal location to have some of the most spectacular views the state can offer. Majestic hills, lush greenery, and the rich culture of the land attract tourists in great numbers. Here are some of the top destinations in Lunglei.
Lunglei – Bridge of Rock

Lunglei, sometimes spelled Lungleh, literally meaning 'bridge of rock' got its name from a bridge-like rock found in the riverine area around Nghasih a small tributary of the river Tlawng.

Serkawn is a village within Lunglei Administrative Block, Mizoram, India. It is continuous with Lunglei within 1 km area. It is 107 km from the state capital Aizawl. The place chosen by British missionaries, it is the home of Christianity and formal education in southern Mizoram.
Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary

Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary is home to so many wildlife animals like wild boar, hoolock, and gibbon, serow, barking deer, sambar deer, and leopard. Apart from these animals, you can also find various colorful birds in the vicinity of this sanctuary. This is the perfect destination to spend some hours close to nature.
Nghasih Stream

Nghasih Stream is a serene environment around the circulation together with its picturesque splendour makes the Nghasih stream very famous with vacationers.
Theiriat Tlang

Theiriat Tlang is a beautiful hill in Lunglei, Mizoram. You can see the entire town of Lunglei from the top, except the west side.
Thorangtlang Wildlife Sanctuary

The lush greenery all-around of this sanctuary converts this sanctuary into a colorful tourism destination. This wildlife animal is the perfect destination for so many types of wildlife animals. Major wildlife animals found here are leopard, elephant, gaur, and wild dog, sambar, barking deer, sloth bear, hoolock gibbon, leaf monkey, common langur, rhesus macaque, glant squirrel, porcupine, slow lorris, jungal cat, wild boar, and varieties of birds.
Saza Wildlife Sanctuary

Saza Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the finest wildlife sanctuary situated in lunglei district. This wildlife sanctuary is situated about 160km from the state capital Aizawl. The calm and peaceful environments all-around of this sanctuary attracts a lot of tourists people from different part of Mizoram state. The dense forest in and around this sanctuary produces a healthy environment for the growth of various wildlife animals.
Memorial of Chhingpui

Raised to the memory of a young woman called Chhingpuii who was exceedingly beautiful, it is situated between Baktawng and Chhingchhip villages on the Aizawl Lunglei Road.
Best Time To Visit Lunglei

Located at an average elevation, Lunglei experiences a moderate type of climate and hence, the temperature remains bearable throughout the year, thereby, making it a year-round destination. However, if you are looking to enjoy the best of the natural beauty of the town, then the best time to visit Lunglei is from September to the end of April.

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