Liyai is a countryside property nurtured by the lavishing nature that helps one to savour an unforgettable holiday experience in Manipur. The term Lyari refers to ‘People of the Sea’ and as per the archaeological reports, the town is Liyai is more than 500-year old, and thus, is one of the oldest tourist attraction in Senapati district. Blessed with the abundance of natural beauty and compelling landscaped, Liyai is one of the top places of tourists interest in Senapati district. Besides, one major attraction here is Brahmaputra River which originates from Liyai. Besides, River Barak is another popular tourist attraction that flows from the town of Liyai. The legend associated with this village says that the inhabitants of this beautiful village are the scions of those who were on a hunting trip and took up residence here after finding a small pool of azure water and rhododendrons that surround the pond. However, in the 1930s, the locals gave up the hunting and choose the agriculture as their prime mean of livelihood. The village has numerous monoliths that tell tourists about the rich cultural past and the traditions of the place. On a whole, Liyai is one of the popular hideouts in Senapati for tourist who are looking out for an enthralling holiday experience.
Best Time to Visit
The town can be visited any time during the year, however, the best time to visit Liyai are the months of winter, i.e., from October to March. During these months, the temperature of the region remains cool and pleasant that allows tourists to explore to its fullest. Besides, a number of travellers also visit the place in the season of summer (April to June).
All days from sunrise to sunset
No Entry Fee