About The Tour
The Anthurium Festival, named after an indigenous flower of the same name, and celebrated to preserve and protect it, is one of the biggest cultural events of Mizoram. The tiny, otherwise inconspicuous village of Reiek plays host to this festival every year. The hour-long drive to Reiek takes visitors through a verdant hilly landscape with the Tlawng river gushing through narrow gorges.
Once you reach the top of the mountain on which the village is situated, you get to see spectacular views of rocky cliffs and the surrounding ancient forests, which are said to have been preserved from the days of the early Mizo chiefs.
Reiek consists of distinctive traditional huts of different Mizo sub-tribes, the Mizo chieftain’s house and a bachelor dormitory amongst others, offering visitors a peek into the glorious past of these highlanders. A few modern houses have also been constructed nearby, evidence of the changes that have taken place in the Mizo way of life in keeping pace with modern developments. Besides these, the tourism department has also maintained a resort with a cafeteria providing decent food and accommodation facilities.
Tour Package Details
- Accommodation in good verified properties and camping during the entire tour duration.
- Reserved vehicle for the entire tour from Lengpui to Lengpui
- Meal plans per package
- 5 % GST included
- ₹ 10,000 Per Person (Group of 4)