Popular and Hidden Delights of Manipur

This tour is a mixture of the known and unknown exciting places of Manipur. You must have heard of Loktak Lake, Sangai deer and Ima market. But have you heard of Willong, Yangkhullen and Maram Khullen? These are really interesting tribal villages tucked away in the northern fringes of Manipur. Let us take you to these places and show you the real beauty of Manipur.

Popular and Hidden Delights of Manipur (7 Nights / 8 Days)

Tour Highlights:

Monoliths | Willong Khullen | Maram Khullen | Yangkhullen | Maram Tribe | Battlefields | Senapati | Kangla Fort | Women’s Market | WWII Cemeteries | Andro | Loktak Lake | Sangai Deer | Keibul Lamjao National Park | Battle of Imphal | Indian National Army Memorial Complex | Imphal Peace Museum | ….. and many more!

Experiences to be expected:

  • Stonehenge of Manipur
  • Tribal culture
  • Interaction with local people
  • Local food and drinks
  • Traditional Manipuri thali (meal)
  • Phumdi
  • Local homestays
  • Black rice
  • Floating national park
  • Greenery and rolling blue hills

Outline itinerary

Day 1: Arrive at Imphal. Drive to Senapati town situated in the northern part of Manipur.

Day 2: Drive from Senapati to explore the fascinating tribal villages of Maram Khullen, Willong and Yangkhullen. Overnight at Senapati.

Day 3: Return to Imphal. Half day tour of Imphal City.

Day 4: Visit the culturally rich village of Andro. Explore more of Imphal on return.

Day 5: Drive towards the Loktak Lake. Visit many interesting sites en route. Spend the night at Loktak.

Day 6: Visit Keibul Lamjao National Park, enjoy boating at the Loktak Lake and explore the islands around the lake. Spend a peaceful evening by the lake.

Day 7: Depart from Imphal.


Write to us or call us for any questions about the above itinerary. All our itineraries can be customized to suit your convenience and interests. Let us know if you wish to see and experience the other interesting aspects of Manipur too such as the Sangai Festival, Ukhrul, Shirui Lily Festival, WWII battlefield tours, Dzuko Valley camping, Black stone pottery, dances, traditional games, etc.

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