Situated in the west of Manipur, Tamenglong is a beautiful district of Manipur which is covered by valleys and ranges that appears to be a fest to the body mind and soul. Tourists visiting the marvelous town come across the perfect balance of natural and cultural diversity. On visiting the town, one gets the opportunity to enter the home to rare orchids, virgin forests, rare species of birds and animals.
Coming to the tourist places of Tamenglong, the town has to offer a lot of attractions to the tourists which includes the Barak Waterfall takes the tourists to the series of seven waterfalls, Zeilad Lake which is famous for a number of pythons, fish and water birds, large tortoise, ducks and more, Buning Meadows which is a paradise for the nature lovers, Tharon Cave being 655.6 m long cave gives the tourists an adventurous experience. It is because of these tourist attractions which makes the Tamenglong Tourism in Manipur significant.
The town is even described as the biodiversity hub as it has a variety of exotic and rare species of birds and animals. Tourists visiting Tamenglong may get the opportunity to get an eye on the hog deer, pheasants, wild boars, wild dogs, hyenas and leopards. Also, there have been times when tourists even spotted tigers in the forest covers of the district which can be distinguished into three different types namely the bamboo brakes, the tropical evergreen forest and subtropical forests. So, in other words, we can say that Tamenglong is a perfect place for wildlife enthusiasts.
Coming to the tribal population in Tamenglong, it comprises the Zeliangrong Nagas and the Kukis. Not just this, but the town of Manipur gives the tourists the chance to get indulged in the much-celebrated festivals including the Orange Festival, Gudui-Ngai, Rih-Ngai (Chaga Ngai), Banruhmei and Tarang. Last but not the least, even though the town can be visited at any time of the year, but considering the monsoon ends between October and March would be the ideal time. Also, tourists can even plan a trip at the end of summers.