Biisho is a beautiful village of the Poumai Nagas in the district of Senapati in Manipur. The village’s soil is known to be very fertile as it sits on the banks of Barak and Darai rivers.
The village is known for its lush valley called Zhophao, which is a vast meadow that serves as a pleasant spot for backpackers to set up tents. The valley serves travelers with a perfect weekend escape to the hills and the rivers. With some pretty unique experiences hidden in its depths, Biisho is more than just a destination to experience waking up to mist ladened mountains.
As you enter the village, you will be greeted with excited and beautiful smiles of the locals. On a lazy afternoon, you will mostly find the villagers nonchalantly sipping a hot cup of tea sitting on their porches made of bamboo or by the verandah. A sight that is only but a slight cue of the simple joys of life that the blissful village enjoys.
Bissho was once explored by travelers far and few. The village has since been discovered by travel junkies who have fallen in love with its pristine beauty. Many travelers are now drawn to it like moths to a flame.
Not only do the travelers enjoy Biisho’s unadulterated attractions such as the Barak river, enchanting paddy fields in golden hues, the mesmerizing valleys, but they also experience the privilege of being warmly welcomed by the locals, sampling authentic local dishes and gaining a sneak peek into a unique culture.
Unfortunately, one cannot gather much information about Biisho and its neighboring villages from the internet. At Roots & Leisure, we strive to make information on local culture and lifestyle more accessible. Are you planning to visit Biisho? Do you need to find more information about other hidden gems like Biisho in the state of Manipur? Do let us know in the comments below.
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