We offer a number of non-walking tours that take in sights in the city of Imphal and across Manipur.

Imphal City Tour

This tour covers the main tourist attractions of Imphal, including the Ima Market, the Govindajee Temple, the Polo ground, the Kangla Fort, the RKCS Art Gallery, the ISKCON Temple and the two Second World War cemeteries. If you want to get a feel of the city and check out its main sites of interest, then this is the tour for you.

Fishing at Loktak Lake

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Ema keithel

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Kangla Gate

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Kangla map

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Loktak Lake Tour

This tour has as its main destination the breathtakingly beautiful Loktak Lake, the largest freshwater lake in North East India and Manipur’s top tourist destination. But that’s not all. It also includes a visit to the Indian National Army (INA) Memorial Complex in Moirang and Keibul Lamjao National Park, the world’s only floating national park in the world and the sole home of the endangered Sangai, the brow antlered deer or the ‘dancing deer’. Finally, we stop en route at the Second World War battlefield of Red Hill where India Peace Memorial, the only Japanese Second World War memorial in India, is located.

Fishing at Loktak Lake

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Burma Border Tour

Want to experience the thrill of crossing over what is perhaps India’s most exciting and under-explored international border or of visiting the place where South Asia meets Southeast Asia? Then this is the tour for you. We take you to the border town of Moreh (110 km from Imphal) and cross over into Tamu in Burma (Myanmar) to see its bustling bazaar, friendly people and main Buddhist monastery. We top it all off with a delicious Burmese meal! As if that wasn’t enough, en route near Tengnoupal you enjoy stunning views from the road at 5,000 feet of the mountains that form the India-Burma border.

Note: Crossing the international border into Tamu is only permitted for and on offer to Indian tourists. Foreign nationals can travel up to Moreh only.

Burma road

Kohima Tour

Fancy a quick day-trip up to Kohima? This tour takes you up the incredibly scenic Imphal-Kohima Road to the capital city of neighbouring Nagaland state (145 km from Imphal). We stop at Kisama village, the home of the Hornbill festival and the Battle of Kohima Museum and, of course, visit the world-famous Kohima War Cemetery. We sample some Naga cuisine in the city and, before you know it, you will be back in Imphal before the day is out!

Customised Tours

The tours mentioned above are our standard tours. But we are more than happy to customise our offerings for you. All you need to do is let us know what you are interested in doing or seeing and how much time you have. We will do the rest and put together something that meets your requirements. Just ask us!

Fishing at Loktak Lake

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Ema keithel

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Kangla Gate

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Kangla map

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