Manipur attracts a lot of tourists during the Sangai Festival which is held from 24 – 30 November every year. Those who visit Manipur during this festival get to experience some rare activities which are hard to find in other times of the year. Have a look into the tour we have specially designed keeping your plan to visit Manipur during the Sangai Festival in mind:
Manipur Sangai Festival Tour (5 Nights / 6 Days)
Manipuri Culture | Tribal Dances | Traditional Music | Polo | Thang – Ta | Kangla Fort | Ras Lila | Women’s Market | Indigenous Games | Loktak Lake | Sangai | History | Adventure Activities |….. and many more!
Experiences to be expected:
- Cultural evenings
- Local dances and music
- Traditional food items
- Manipuri Martial Arts
- Boating at Loktak Lake
- Interaction with local people
- Local homestays
- Local Drink
- Passport and visa free crossing into Myanmar (For Indians)
- Burmese traditional food, drinks and culture
- Burmese Pagodas
- Floating national park
Day 1: Arrive at Imphal. Half day tour of Imphal. Cultural evening at Sangai Festival venue filled with traditional music, dances and local food items.
Day 2: Full day trip into Myanmar (Burma) to experience Burmese food, culture and many more. Cultural evening.
Day 3: Full day tour of Imphal City including the experience of watching a Polo match at the oldest living polo ground in the world. Cultural evening.
Day 4: Drive towards Loktak Lake. Visit many interesting sites en route. Spend the night at Loktak. Cultural evening by the Loktak Lake.
Day 5: 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 6: 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 viz. tribal culture, Shirui Lily, trekking, camping, WWII history, Dzuko valley, Battle of Imphal, etc.