Reiek is a mountain and tourist spot 29 km from Aizawl, Mizoram, India. It rests at an elevation of 1465 metres overlooking Aizawl and offers a view of the surrounding valleys and hills. On a clear day the plains of Bangladesh can be seen from the top of the hill. At the base of the mountain there is a model heritage village, comprising of typical Mizo houses and a cafeteria with accommodation is also available here. The annual Anthurium festival takes place in the month of September every year.
It’s a unique waterfall near Aizawl, the uniqueness of this falls is that the entire stream of water after two major cascades passes through rock hole and falls as a shower. There is also a dip pool at the bottom of the falls which is frequently used for swimming. The falls have to be approached by a short hike of about a kilometer from the main road.
Another beautiful waterfall which is hard to miss as it is quite close to Aizwal - Reiek Road. Even though the waterfall is seasonal yet it’s important as the location is surrounded with green forest and a campsite which is famous for butterflies. There is a flower farm near the falls which exports cut flowers to rest of the country. The views of Aizawl city across the valley are amazing from this farm.
Located in Ailawng near Reiek, about 30 km from Aizawl in the west, this is a cave named after Khuangchera, the legendary Mizo warrior who lived here in the late 19th century. A foot path from the Reiek - Ailawng road to the cave entrances which are both marked with sign boards. This is the second-longest cave in Mizoram with a length of 162 meter. The vertical range of the cave is 10 meter deep.
This located on top of the Reiek Mountain, with the trek from road side to the top being quite slippery during the monsoons. The views from the mountain top are spectacular. The rock cliff is used for rappelling during the dry season.