13 Attractions to Explore Near Tuirihiau falls
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15.57km from Tuirihiau falls
The Vantawng Falls is located in the Serchhip district in Mizoram. Vantawng Falls is the highest waterfall in the state. It is also the 13th highest waterfall in the country. The waterfall is named after an excellent swimmer, named Vantawnga. The Vantawng waterfall is located in the Vanva River and is 137 away from the capital city of Aizawl.
Dampa Tiger Reserve Sanctuary
44.96km from Tuirihiau falls
Dampha Tiger Reserve is a tiger reserve of western Mizoram, India. It covers an area of about 500 km2 in the Lushai Hills at an altitude range of 800–1,100 m It was declared a tiger reserve in 1994 and is part of Project Tiger. It consists of forest interpolated with steep precipitous hills, deep valleys, jungle streams, ripping rivulets, natural salts licks.
Lalsavunga Park, Hlimen
48.43km from Tuirihiau falls
Lalsavunga Park is a tourist spot near Aizawl, Mizoram. It is about 8 km from Aizawl in South Hlimen. It is at an elevation of 1179 metres ,The area of the park is 120 acres and the mountain range is 1 km long. The park was opened on 3 October 2018.
53.37km from Tuirihiau falls
Reiek is a mountain and tourist spot 29 km from Aizawl, Mizoram, India. It rests at an elevation of 1465 metres overlooking Aizawl and offers a view of the surrounding valleys and hills. On a clear day the plains of Bangladesh can be seen from the top of the hill. Reiek Hill is surrounded by thick lush green temperate trees and bushes.
Mizoram State Museum
55.84km from Tuirihiau falls
The Mizoram State Museum is in Aizawl, Mizoram, India. It is an ethnographic museum with multipurpose collections on display. There are five galleries: Textile Gallery, Ethnology, History, Anthropology, Natural History, and Archeology Terrace. The collection occupies four floors.
Solomon's Temple, Aizawl
57.17km from Tuirihiau falls
Solomon's Temple in Aizawl, Mizoram is constructed by Kohhran Thianghlim which is rendered 'The Holy Church' in English. The church was founded by Dr. L.B. Sailo in 1984. The Temple area accommodates 2,000 people within the main hall and ten thousand people within its courtyard. It is a square site 180 ft. on each side. The interior of the Temple building is also square,
59.53km from Tuirihiau falls
Ṭam Dil is a reservoir lake situated 6 km from Saitual, the nearest town, and 64 km from Aizawl, the capital city of Mizoram, India. In Mizo language, the word Ṭam is a contraction of anṭam, which means a mustard plant; and Dil means "lake". A new species of frog called Leptolalax tamdil was described from this lake in 2010.
65.95km from Tuirihiau falls
This relatively small, natural body of water along the India-Myanmar border is a nook of Chin State still largely unexplored due to its remoteness and a history of regional travel bans. Surrounded by rolling hills of green and vibrant rice paddies, the journey to get to Rih Lake is definitely worth a little discomfort. This lake is also one of the main water resources in this area.
Phawngpui National Park
71.11km from Tuirihiau falls
The Phawngpui Blue Mountain National Park or simply Phawngpui National Park is a gorgeous conservatory forest in Mizoram housing several rare animals and birds, adorned in tropical forests. The park overlooks rivers and mountain ranges further adding to its natural beauty and attractiveness. It also houses several species of birds and animals such as the Asiatic black bear and the black eagle. The pleasant climate allows tourists to truly enjoy the serenity of the park and what it has to offer.
73.72km from Tuirihiau falls
The highest point in the state, Phawngpui Peak is a revered mountain among the tribes of the state. The beautiful blue mountain located some 300 km south of Aizawl is a wonderful place to be and to bring out the adventure enthusiast in you. The peak is located within the Phawngpui National Park and oversees a wondrous landscape full of deep crevices and magnificent cliffs. Trekking to the summit of Phawngpui is an experience no adventure lover can let go of.
Lengteng Wildlife Sanctuary
81.78km from Tuirihiau falls
Lengteng Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area in Champhai district in eastern Mizoram, northeast India. It is an alpine forest and contains the second highest peak in Mizoram. It is specially a conservation interest on rare species of birds. It was declared a protected area in 1999, and a national wildlife sanctuary by the Indian Ministry of Environment and Forests on 31 May 2001.
96.14km from Tuirihiau falls
Dumboor Lake is a charming water body located in Gandacherra Sub Division 120 Km. away from Agartala. The look of the lake is like tabour shaped small drum, “Dumboor” of Lord Shiva from which the name “Dumboor” originates. A massive and breathtaking water body of 41 sq.km. with an unending spell of luxuriant green vegetation all around stands majestic for her exceedingly charming beauty and 48 islands in the midst of the lake.
Eternal Seat of Spring, Jampui Hills.
96.53km from Tuirihiau falls
Jampui Hills is a hill range located in the North Tripura district in the north eastern part of the Indian state of Tripura. The average altitude of the hill range is approximately 1000 metres above sea level. There are 10 small villages in Jampui hills and most of the inhabitants are the Mizo community.
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Aizawl to Lunglei Road, Buangpui, Mizoram 796186, India
The Tuirihiau Falls is located 5 kilometres south of Thenzawl in Serchhip district in the Indian state of Mizoram. It is located in Vanva river near Thenzawl. The uniqueness of this waterfall is that you see from behind as it caves in behind the fall like an arc.