Trip Me India

Trip Me India

Trip Me India

Trip Me India

Trip Me India

Trip Me India

Trip Me India

Trip Me India

About Manipur

Manipur,a little Shangrila located in North-East India, is a Jewel of India. Thislittle corner is a paradise on Earth where Mother Nature has been extragenerous in her bounty. Least touched and least discovered Manipur promises tobe the great tourist discovery of the 21st century.

  An oval shaped valley surrounded by bluegreen hills, rich in art and tradition has inspired description such as the“Switzerland of the East” with its cascading rapids, tripling rivers, varietiesof flowers, exotic blooms and lakes. The people of Manipur include Meitei,Nagas, Kuki-Chin-Mizo and Gorkhas groups and Muslims and other colorful communitieswhich have lived in complete harmony for centuries.  These are the people whose folklore, myths andlegends, dances, indigenous games and  martial arts, exotic handlooms and handicraftsare invested with the mystique of nature and an indefatigable “Joie de vivre”.

 Manipur is one of the seven sister states ofthe north-eastern region of India.  It issurrounded by Assam in the west, Nagaland in the north, Mizoram in the south.  It shares an international boundary with Burmain the east and south side. It contains five major river basins namely BarakRiver Basin, Manipur River Basin, Yu River Basin, and Lanye River Basin.

 It is rightly named Manipur which means ‘Theland of jewels’ because of its picturesque landscape and scenic beauty.Planning a Manipur Tour is highly recommended for those who love nature andnatural beauty. It is a visual paradise with serene lakes and cascading waterfalls.One can also enjoy various adventures Activities in Manipur such as boating, trekking,camping and fishing.

 Forests cover about 67 percent of the totalgeographical area of Manipur, making it abundant with a wide variety of floraand fauna. Its rich wildlife heritage includes Hoolock Gibbon, Clouded Leopard,Hornbills, and Spotted Linshang etc. The state bird of Manipur is Nong-in.  It is also the home of dancing deer ‘Sangai’.

 Manipur has a sub-tropical climate and it issuitable to plan a tour only between October to  March. Usually March to May is humid and hotwhile monsoons last till September.



       - Bishnupur          - Churachandpur       - Dzuko Valley        -Imphal   

      -Kangla               - Kangchup               - Keibul Lamjao National Park

      -Khonghampat Orchidarium   - Khongjom WarMemorial   - Loukoi Pat

      -Loktak Lake        -Moirang           - Moreh              - Mutua Museum

      - RedHill     - SaduChiru Waterfall     -Senapati      - Shaheed Minar  

      - ShreeShree Govindajee Temple     -State Museum    - Tamenglong 

      -Ukhrul            - War Cemetery                     - Zoological Garden 

Important Contacts

Phone: 0385-2451916


Simply fill the form below and our experts will get back to you with best packages in next 12-24 hours.

Tour Book In Manipur

  • No.1 for booking in our surroundings
  • No hidden costs
  • Attractive offers with price advantage