A beautiful hill city, Aizawl, the capital of Mizo
Lunglei is the second largest city of Mizoram and
Siaha is dotted with awe-inspiring hills that capt
Champhai, a bustling commercial town at the Indo-M
Kolasib District is one of the eight districts of
Home of the highest waterfall in Mizoram, the dist
A helicopter service by Pawan Hans connects Aizawl
The district of Mamit lies in the North Western pa
Khawzawl district is one of the eleven districts o
Saitual district is one of the eleven districts of
Hnahthial district is one of the eleven districts
Mizoram is anointing with a pleasant climate; moderately hot during summer and extreme cold is unusual during winter. The south-west monsoon reaches the state around May and may last upto September.
Mizoram has a mild climate, being relatively cool in summer 20 to 29 °C (68 to 84 °F) but progressively warmer, most probably due to climate change, with summer temperatures crossing 30 degrees Celsius and winter temperatures ranging from 7 to 22 °C (45 to 72 °F). The region is influenced by monsoons, raining heavily from May to September with little rain in the dry (cold) season. The climate pattern is moist tropical to moist sub-tropical, with average state rainfall 254 centimetres (100 in) per annum.