At the north eastern corner of India, one can view a small paradise on Indian land known as Manipur. "The jeweled land of Manipur" is blessed with the salubrious climate and mystic atmosphere which fascinate tourists from all parts of the world. Manipur tourism industry boasts of offering innumerable tourist destinations at this small place as one can have whale of the time while roving around these destinations. Untouched and undiscovered, it can be said that if you travel to Manipur, then it is surely going to a great tourist discovery of the present century.
Being counted among one of the seven northeastern states of India; Manipur is worldwide famous for its "Manipuri Dance", which is one of the major dance forms of India. So, what are you waiting for? Avail the competitive online services of our reputed travel agency and pack your bags for making a memorable holiday tour to Manipur.
By Air: Nearest airport is Dimapur.
By Rail: Nearest railhead is Dimapur– 215 kms.
By Road: Dimapur.
Major Tourist Attractions at Manipur :
There is no dearth of tourist attraction places at the jeweled state of Manipur. Some of the places which tourists can explore by availing our Manipur tour packages are assorted below:
Travelling to Imphal, capital of manipur, is going to be a worthy idea as Imphal is a melting pot of various tribes that forms the Manipur populace. With the valuable assistance of our Imphal travel agents, one can easily explore the places of interests like Khuman Lampak Stadium, Keibul Lamjao floating national park, Orchid Park at khongampat, Paona Bazar, Gambhir Singh Shopping Complex, etc.
Area: 29.57 Sq.Km. Altitude: 790 metres above at MSL. Rainfall: 1980.8 mm (May to October). Climate: 32.0 Deg. C. (Mean Max.), 0.0 Deg. C. (Mean Min.). Best Season: October to February. Languages Spoken: Manipuri, Hindi and English.
Places Of Interest:
Shri Govindjee Temple, Khwairamband Bazaar, Manipur State Museum, The Old Palace, War Cemeteries, Manipur Zoological Garden, Khonghampat Orchidarium, Saheed Minar, Langthaband.
Bishnupur- 27 kms, Phubala- 40 kms, Moirang- 45 kms, Loktak lake- 45 kms, Sendra- 48 kms, Keibul lamjao national park- 53 kms, Kangchup- 16 kms, Koubru hill- 50 kms, Ukhrul- 83 kms, Kaina- 29 kms, aithou lake- 16 kms, Khongjom- 36 kms, Tengnoupal- 69 kms.
By Air: Connected with Delhi via Guwahati and with Calcutta via Agartala and Silchar.
By Rail: The nearest railhead is Dimapur-215 km.
By Road: Agartala- 465 kms, Aizwal- 374 kms, Dimapur- 216 kms, Guwahati- 579 kms, Itanagar- 413 kms, Kaziranga- 346 kms, Kohima- 123 kms, Shillong- 643 kms.
A historic Vaishnavite Govindajee temple is a simple yet beautiful structure comprises of two domes and a large congregation hall. The temple houses idols of Radha Govinda, Krishna, Balaam, Jagannath, etc.
48 Kms from Imphal, the largest freshwater Loktak Lake of north east region is located. Visitors can get a bird's eye view of labyrinthine boat routes, colorful water plants sparkling at the blue water of lake, floating weed on which the lake people live, etc. by watching the Loktak lake.
The tall Shaheed Minar which is located at the heart of the city is worth watching as the Minar is built in the memories of those Manipur Martyrs who had sacrificed their lives while fighting with the British in 1891.