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Imphal Tour Package

Imphal Tour Package

Imphal Tour Package, exclusively designed by Impression Tourism Services. This package includes comfortable accommodation in a top-rated hotel, transportation for sightseeing to iconic landmarks and attractions, and experienced local guides to help you navigate the city.

Discover the rich history and culture of Imphal by visiting the Kangla Fort, a historic landmark symbolizing the region’s glorious past, and the Shree Govindajee Temple, known for its exquisite architecture and spiritual significance.

Indulge in the tranquility of Loktak Lake, one of the largest freshwater lakes in Northeast India, and experience its serene beauty by taking a boat ride to the floating islands.

Visit the INA Memorial, a tribute to the brave soldiers of the Indian National Army, and the Manipur State Museum, which houses rare artifacts, manuscripts, and relics that reflect the region’s fascinating history and culture.

Savor the local delicacies of Imphal and shop for exquisite handicrafts in the bustling markets, all while enjoying the hospitality and warmth of the locals.

Whether you’re looking for a cultural getaway, a spiritual retreat, or an adventurous vacation, our Imphal Tour Package has it all. Book now and immerse yourself in the beauty and charm of Imphal on this unforgettable journey.

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Imphal Tour Highlights

  1. Kangla Fort: Delve into the history of Manipur by visiting Kangla Fort, a sprawling complex with historical significance. It was the seat of power for Manipuri kings for centuries and holds cultural and religious importance.

  2. Loktak Lake: Embark on a journey to Loktak Lake, one of the largest freshwater lakes in Northeast India. Take a boat ride to explore its floating islands, particularly the Keibul Lamjao National Park, home to the endangered Sangai deer.

  3. Ima Keithel (Mother’s Market): Experience the vibrant atmosphere of Ima Keithel, Asia’s largest all-women market. Wander through the maze of stalls selling a variety of goods, including traditional Manipuri handloom and handicraft items.

  4. Manipur State Museum: Immerse yourself in Manipuri culture and history at the Manipur State Museum. The museum houses a diverse collection of artifacts, manuscripts, and archaeological finds, offering insights into the region’s heritage.

  5. Shree Govindajee Temple: Pay a visit to Shree Govindajee Temple, a prominent Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna. Admire its architectural beauty and witness the rituals and prayers performed by devotees.

  6. War Cemetery: Pay homage to the soldiers who sacrificed their lives during World War II by visiting the War Cemetery in Imphal. The beautifully maintained cemetery commemorates the soldiers from the Commonwealth nations.

  7. Khonghampat Orchidarium: Marvel at the breathtaking beauty of Khonghampat Orchidarium, home to a vast collection of orchid species indigenous to Manipur. Stroll through the orchid gardens and witness the colorful blooms in a serene setting.

  8. Manipur Zoological Gardens: Explore the diverse flora and fauna of Manipur at the Manipur Zoological Gardens. The zoo houses a variety of species, including rare and endangered animals, making it an ideal destination for wildlife enthusiasts.

  9. Sirohi National Park: Embark on a wildlife safari at Sirohi National Park, located near Imphal. Explore the lush greenery and spot diverse wildlife, including deer, wild boars, and various bird species, amidst the tranquil surroundings.

  10. Andro Village: Discover the cultural heritage of Manipur at Andro Village, known for its traditional pottery and cultural practices. Visit the Andro Cultural Complex to learn about the indigenous crafts and lifestyle of the Manipuri people.

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Tour Itinerary

Day - 01: Arrival At Imphal & Imphal Half Day Local Sightseeing

Welcome on arrival at Imphal, the capital city of Manipur, famous for the “Sangai – The Brow-Antlered Deer”, that is just native to Manipur. Its name is derived from the term “Yumphal”, which means the land of many villages, and rightly so one that defines Imphal, because its landscape is all but a mix of hills, valleys, forests & several rivers. Imphal has good connectivity with major cities as that of Guwahati, Kohima, Agartala, etc. Check in at Hotel.
After freshen up, proceed for a half day sightseeing covering “Kangla Palace” – which was earlier situated on both sides (western & eastern) of the bank of the “Imphal River”. But only the ruins remain now on the western bank of the River. Kangla means “Dry Land” in Old Meitei. It was the traditional seat of the past “Meitei” Rulers. Later proceed to visit “Ima Keithel” – The largest market run by women only. In Manipuri, “Ima“ means “Mother” & “Keithel” means “Market”, Hence it is known as the Mother’s Market. This showcases the strong foothold the Manipuri Women hold in Society. Most of the items found in the market are locally made, and it covers every essential product that one needs, ranging from Manipuri dolls, scarves, other handmade decorative items to vegetables, fruits etc.
Later in the evening transfer back to City Hotel. Overnight at Imphal.

Day 02: Excursion Trip To Loktak Lake & Keibul Lamjao National Park

Morning after breakfast proceed for an excursion trip to Loktak Lake & Keibul Lamjao National Park & en-route visit INA Museum (The Indian National Army War Museum in the INA Memorial Complex in Moirang. This is the only official museum dedicated to the Second World War in Manipur as of today). Loktak Lake is the largest freshwater lake in North East India, that is located in the Bishnupur District just 50kms from Imphal & which is famous for its circular floating swamps or “Phumdis”.

These Phumdis typically signify heterogeneous mass of vegetation, soil & organic matter at various stages of decomposition floating all across the Loktak Lake. The term “Lok” means “Stream” & “Tak” means “The End”; and the lake partakes an eminent role in hydropower generation, irrigation & drinking water supply. Later also visit the “Keibul Lamjao National Park”, located in the Bishnupur district of the state of Manipur, it is recognized as the only Floating National Park in the World. It comprises of 40 sq.km. of wetland overgrown with 1.5m deep floating vegetation called the “Phumdis”. Loktak Lake – The largest freshwater lake in the world sees a large portion of it within the vicinity of the park making it the only floating national park of the world. Later in the evening transfer back to City Hotel. Overnight at Imphal.

Day 03: Departure / Transfer To Imphal Airport

The morning after breakfast departure/transfer to Imphal Airport for the journey towards onward destination. Tour Ends.

 
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