Mizoram lies in the southernmost outpost of North Eastern India, is a storehouse of natural beauty with its endless variety of landscape, the land of Blue Mountains, hilly terrains with as many as 21 major hills ranges or peaks of different heights run through the length and breadth of the state, meandering streams, deep gorges, rich wealth of flora and fauna, wide array of festivals and dances, handicrafts, breathtaking natural beauty and temperate climate.
It is one of the most treasured and enchanting land with bubbling natural resources and many tourist attractions like Phawngpui, the Blue Mountain of Mizoram, Sibuta Lung, Memorial of Chhingpui, Mangkahia Lung, Tomb of Vanhimailian, Bung, Paikhai, Kolasib, Vantawng Water falls, Champhai, Lunglei, Phawngpui Peak, Saiha. Some of the famous lakes scattered all over the state are Palak, Tamdil and Rungdil.
The state of Mizoram has a wide array of caves, some of which are Pukzing Cave, Milu Puk, Kungawrhi Puk, Lamsial Puk. Mizoram has an abundant deep valleys and peaks that offer much scope to visitors fond of adventure sports like Champai, Phawangpui, Lunglei Town, Phawngpui National Park etc. for climbing and mountaineering.
The state is also home to many Wildlife Sanctuary and National Parks such as Phawngpui National Park, Murlen National Park, Ngenpui Wildlife Sanctuary, Lengteng Wildlife Sanctuary, Tawi Wildlife Sanctuary, Palak Wildlife Sanctuary, Dampa Wildlife Sanctuary and Ngengpui Wildlife Sanctuary are the places which attract all wildlife lovers. Mizoram has a mild climate. It is generally cool in summer and not very cold in winter. The entire area is under the regular influence of monsoons. It rains heavily from May to September.