Manipur

Where emerald landscapes meet vibrant cultures. It is a tapestry of traditions, stunning vistas, and the rhythmic heartbeat of the Northeast.

Manipur, situated in northeastern India, has natural beauty, cultural diversity, and vibrant traditions. Exploring its lush landscapes, ancient temples, and indigenous art forms immerses you in enchantment and mystique. Additionally, you can savor traditional Manipuri cuisine and witness the state’s rich cultural heritage.  Manipur is a hidden gem of India, offering a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural richness. This northeastern state welcomes you with open arms and allows you to experience the unspoiled beauty of its hills, valleys, and forests. Whether you seek adventure in the mountains or wish to explore the indigenous cultures, Manipur has something for everyone. Apart from its natural beauty, Manipur is known for its distinct cultural identity, traditional art forms, and indigenous tribes. The state’s vibrant festivals, including the Manipur Sangai Festival, showcase its rich heritage and artistic talent.

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    THINGS TO DO IN MANIPUR

    Exploring Loktak Lake

    Exploring Loktak Lake

    Take a boat ride on Loktak Lake and visit the floating Phumdis (floating islands) and the Keibul Lamjao National Park. Boating is one of the must-do activities in Manipur.      

    Trekking

    Trekking

    Explore the picturesque landscapes of Shirui Hills and Dzuko Valley through trekking. Admiring the scenic views from the hill is a visual feast for your eyes,                                                                                                  

    Cultural Encounters

    Cultural Encounters

    Visit the traditional villages of Manipur’s indigenous tribes, such as the Tangkhul Naga and the Kuki, to learn about their customs and traditions.                                                                                                             

    BEST TIME TO VISIT MANIPUR

    SUMMER SEASON

    (April to June)

    Summer in Manipur is perfect for outdoor activities, cultural events, and witnessing the blooming of indigenous flowers, showcasing the

    MONSOON SEASON

    (July to September)

    Monsoon in Manipur usually begins in June and extends through September. During this season, the state experiences heavy rainfall

    WINTER SEASON

    (October to March)

    Winter is also festival time, with events like the Manipur Sangai Festival showcasing the cultural richness. While the days are pleasant

    HOW TO REACH MANIPUR

     
    The Imphal International Airport connects the state to major cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, and Chennai. Several airlines operate regular flights from Imphal.
    The nearest railway station is Dimapur in Nagaland. From there, tourists can take a bus to reach Manipur.
    Manipur is well-connected by road with neighboring states. The National Highway passes through Manipur. Regular buses are available from Guwahati, Silchar, and Kohima to Imphal.

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    FAQs

    What are the must-visit attractions in Manipur?

    Explore the Loktak Lake, Kangla Fort, Shirui Lily Festival, INA Memorial, and the scenic landscapes of Dzukou Valley.

    What is the traditional cuisine of Manipur?

    Manipuri cuisine includes Eromba (fish stew), Singju (vegetable salad), Chak-hao Kheer (black rice pudding), and various bamboo shoot delicacies.

    What cultural festivals are celebrated in Manipur?

    Manipur hosts festivals like Yaoshang, Kang (Rath) Festival, Cheiraoba, and the popular Manipur Sangai Festival.