DAY 1: Arrival at Imphal:
On arrival transfer to Hotel . Afternoon Visit
SHRI SHRI GOVINDAJEE TEMPLE – is an elegant Vaishnavite shrine located in Imphal, the capital city of Manipur. It stands adjacent to the palace of the former rulers of the state. The temple was built in the early 18th century by Rajarishi Bhagyachandra. It has a beautiful image of Lord Vishnu, which is flanked by the idols of Lord Balram and Lord Krishna. Shri Govindajee Temple is simple in its architecture. It has two golden domes, a paved courtyard and a large raised congregation hall. Overnight in Imphal
DAY 2: Imphal – Moirang – Loktak
KEIBUL LAMJAO NATIONAL PARK (one and only floating national park in the world where the endangered dancing deer – Sangai is found),
LOKATK LAKE(largest fresh water lake in north east),
INA MEMORIAL(Indian tri color flag was first hoisted here by INA at Moirang),
INDIA PEACE MEMORIAL (JAPANESE WAR MEMORIAL)– India Peace Memorial is situated at Red Hill, about 16 km from Imphal, in Bishnupur District of Manipur. It was constructed by a Japanese War Veteran in memory of Japanese martyrs who sacrificed their lives in the fierce battle between the British and Japanese during the World War II. Overnight in Imphal
DAY 3: Imphal – Andro Village
The place is famed for its fireplace which is never allowed to get extinguish) 27 km towards east of Imphal is the ancient Scheduled Caste village of Andro, there is one Cultural Complex established by the Mutua Museum, Imphal. It consists of potteries of the North Eastern Region of India. There is a ‘Doll-House’ where dolls of 29 recognised tribes of Manipur (both male and female) are in display.
AFTERNOON – Local Sightseeing of IMPHAL
- KANGLA FORT –One of the most important historic site of the state and is highly revered as a holy place by the Manipuris . The fort was once the seat of power for the Manipur kings until it fell into the hands of the British in 1892. The fort had witnessed many fierce battles against the erstwhile British authorities
- IMA MARKET (vendors are all women selling products ranging from handloom, handicrafts to household items),
- WORLD WAR CEMETRY- Along the National Highway No. 39 lies the Imphal War Cemetery that preserves the ashes of the soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the Second World War. At present, the cemetery preserves 1,600 burials that are maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
- STATE MUSEUM – . Manipur State Museum, established in 1969, is located near Polo Ground, in Imphal, the capital city of Manipur. The museum exhibits objects belonging to art and archaeology of the region. It has a fabulous collection of portraits of Manipur’s former rulers, costumes, arms and armory, relics and historical documents. Overnight in Imphal
DAY 4: Imphal – Ukhrul
Ukhrul is a picturesque hill town of Manipur – lies about 84 km kilometers to the North East of Imphal . The place is inhabited by Tangkhul Tribes. The life and art of Tangkhuls are attractive and captivating. Their different costumes and wears, utensils, architecture, monumental erections and memorial set-up depicts their dexterity in art, which also speak of their sense of beauty and finesse. Overnight in Imphal
DAY 5: Airport Drop
Transfer to Airport.
Tour Ends !!