Serchhip


Home of the highest waterfall in Mizoram, the district of Serchhip lies in the central part of Mizoram. It is bounded on the north by Aizawl District, on the south by Lunglei District, on the east by Champhai District and has an international border Myanmar. Serchhip town is the district headquarter. The district came into existence on 15th September 1998. Considering its young inception and it boasts of the highest literacy rate recorded in India. Distance from Aizawl to Serchhip town is 112 kms. North Vanlaiphai, a town in the District of Serchhip is an ideal site for trekking and paragliding. Paragliding courses are often conducted here. It is also home to the Khawnglung Wildlife Sanctuary which has an area of 35sqkm.

Facts about Serchhip :

Area - 1421.60 sqkm

Population - 64937

Density - 46/ km sq

Literacy - 97.91%




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