A blooming destination and pride of North East India, Manipur is one of the beautiful destinations which you can visit during your tour of North East India. Having its own culture, nature, adventure and food one needs to visit Manipur to experience it all. Here are some of the places where on your tour to Manipur can visit here.
One of the famous places in Manipur, Imphal has beautiful hill regions, valleys which provide panoramic views of the surroundings. From the hilltop, you can view various point of Interest here which includesManipur State Museum, Palace of Kangle and Polo Ground. Imphal is said to have blessed with nature as you can witness numerous waterfalls and lakes which you can explore on your visit here.
Ukhrul is a scenic place in Manipur which is known for its beautiful views. This is one of the offbeat destinations and is a quiet place where you can sit and meditate, apart from this you can go on hikes and visit tea plantations here as you spend your day in peace. Consider extending your stay here as the vibe here is amazing.
Dzukou Valleyone of the dreamy yet breath-taking valleys of Manipur is the Dzukou Valley. The valley is a nature lover’s paradise as it has some of the best flowers that include Dzukou Lilly which is found here and the place is named after the flower. The location is near to the border of Manipur and Nagaland and one can explore easily here.
If you are a fan of the waterfall then head over to Leimaram Waterfall. It is one of the touristic places in Manipur which is surrounded by lush green mountains and hills. The Leimaram Waterfall is a collection of 3 waterfalls which you can explore on your visit here and also you can take a dip at the cool waters of Leimaram Waterfall.
Located near to Imphal, yet a small hidden place, Andro is a small village but a serene and stunning place to visit in Manipur. The place is known for its pottery art which makes tourists from all over the world come and search for this art and also learn it. There is a museum dedicated here for pottery art and you can find varieties of traditional pots, such as Walom, Pudond Makhong, Yukhum and Ngangkha.