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Vantawang Falls

Serchhip District , Thenzawl | Vanva River, Aizawl, India
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The highest and the most spectacular waterfall in Mizoram!!!!

Situated about 95 km to the south of Aizawl and a ten minute drive from Thenzawl, Vantawng... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2017
NITINPETHKAR
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Nagpur, India
Fun with family

Agreed the infrastructure is poorly maintained but it was a wonderful experience to see the highest... read more

Reviewed 9 June 2017
Somte R
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Serchhip District , Thenzawl | Vanva River, Aizawl, India
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Reviewed 16 June 2017

Situated about 95 km to the south of Aizawl and a ten minute drive from Thenzawl, Vantawng Khawhthla or 'Vantawng Falls' is the highest and the most spectacular waterfall in Mizoram. It is named after Vantawnga who was said to be an excellent swimmer. So...More

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Reviewed 9 June 2017 via mobile

Agreed the infrastructure is poorly maintained but it was a wonderful experience to see the highest waterfall in Mizoram with the whole family present. We visited it during the monsoon and the jeep-road provided us with quite an adventurous ride and we had to beware...More

Thank Somte R
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

Amazing moment for me .... Natural baeuty that touched my heart. It promotes the asthetic value of North East. One cannot miss this heaven which binds us to our Earth. The highest waterfall view is soo beautiful.

Thank Harshita S
Reviewed 19 April 2017

For something that is tagged as the 13th highest waterfall in the country, it sure is a long way off. And by that i mean the viewing distance. The impact of the falls are severly limited by the distance at which it is viewed. The...More

1  Thank akshay t
Reviewed 19 January 2017 via mobile

The infrastructure of the view point and its ancillary support facilities like toilets etc is in a pathetic state. However the view from this point is great. Mizorams nature in full bounty. The water fall is best seen perhaps during monsoons. If you go in...More

Thank Hardik V
Reviewed 27 November 2016

This fall is located 152 kilometers away from Aizawl and is the highest waterfall of Mizoram having a fall of 750 feets. Vantawng Khawhthla Waterfall is surrounded by lush green tropical forests filled with bamboo groves. It is located 75 kilometers from the idyllic town...More

Thank savio_pinto12
Reviewed 18 January 2016

They say you see places only you are destined to see. Alas, I was not destined to see the place, not at least in my first visit to north east. We travelled more than half to the falls when weather got bad and as the...More

Thank raahgir
Reviewed 27 June 2015

Brilliant site. You can view it from the road itself on opposite hill. Entire area is lush green. The entire Mizoram state is unique with lovely traffic sense.

Thank MukeshDave
Reviewed 16 December 2014

Really great view, best seen during the later half of the moonson, but then the place is wet and bushy. About 90 kms from aizawl, the ride is scenic along winding roads thought hmuifang hills and the valley of Thenzawl. A couple of kilometres from...More

Thank KHUALZIN
Reviewed 10 December 2014

We visited this falls during November and as expected, this was not a great sight. If you are in Aizawl and want to see places around, this is a good day trip as you can get to see the terrain, nice little villages, shops etc..on...More

1  Thank Shreesha K
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