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Keibul Lamjao National Park

This Park has the distinction of being the only floating national park in the world. The park is over a floating phumdi with an area of 40 Sq. Km and hosts endemic Brow Antlered Deer (Sangai) alongwith many other animals like Hog Deer, Otter etc. Besides, the park facilitates many species of migratory birds which …

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Moirang

Moirang, though its popularity is limited but has a strong reference in India’s Freedom Struggle as this was the place where Indian National Army’s flag was first unfurled on 14th April, 1944. The INA Museum at Moirang is a treasure of letter, badges of rank, photographs and other memorable items of INA and Netaji Subhas …

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Loktak Lake

If you want to redeem more out of what you have spent on your trip then do visit Loktak Lake which is 48 Km from Imphal. This is the largest fresh water lake in Northeast India. Sprawling over an area of 287 Sq. Km, the lake has floating islands called as phumdis. The phumdis are …

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Sadu Chiru Waterfall

Northeast India is yet to be explored to its potential on many counts and tourism is one of such field. Sadu Chiru Waterfall is located at about 20 Kms away from Imphal beside Tiddim Road (NH-150) and is one of such exploration. Sadu Chiru Waterfall is a perennial waterfall with panoramic landscape. This waterfall will …

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Loukoi Pat

A small yet an appealing lake in the midst of green hillocks. The naturally developed lake gives an aesthetic look clubbed with its surrounding. This beautiful lake is located in Bishnupur District and to make your visit more cheerful and enticing, the concerned authority have made the provision of boating available with an IB alongside …

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