Tipaimukh is a hill town in Churachandpur district of the state Manipur and bordering the state of Mizoram. The name Tipaimukh derives from two words ‘Tipai’ which basically refers to Tuivai River and ‘Mukh’ is a local word which means the mouth. However, the place is also known by an indigenous name - Ruonglevaisuo. At present, Tipaimukh is one of the top nature-blessed tourist attractions in Churachandpur district. Along with its pristine nature, resplendent landscapes and serene ambiance, the town of Tipaimukh is also known as the place where the surreal confluence of Tuivai and Barak rivers takes place. The stunning sight of this convergence is well complemented by the luxuriant hills in the backdrop. While vacationing here, if you wish to explore more of the nature then you can choose to take a stroll along the riverbank - a mesmerizing scenic beauty awaits to astound you. Being a popular sightseeing place in Churachandpur, the beaut town of Tipaimukh also offers the option of boating which helps one to savour natural beauty in a whole new different way. Therefore, if you searching for a place to spend some quality days amidst nature in Manipur, no other place than Tipaimukh would give you that exact experience you are expecting from your vacation.
Best Time to Visit
Tipaimukh receives the maximum number of tourists in the months of winter, i.e., from October to March. During these months, the weather of the region remains cool and pleasant to explore the place. Despite this, a significant footfall of travellers also observed in the summer season (April to June).
All days from sunrise to sunset.
No Entry Fee