Champhai district is one of the eight districts of Mizoram state in India. The district is bounded on the north by Churachandpur district of Manipur state, on the west by Aizawl and Serchhip districts, and on the south and east by Myanmar. The district occupies an area of 3185.83 km². Champhai town is the administrative headquarters of the district.
Champhai was the headquarters of Lalbura Sailo, a Mizo Chief against whom the British Expedition of 1871-72 was directed. It was accorded the status of a fort during the British period.
The economy of Champhai is mainly on agricultural. It has a flatland measuring 113 kilometers long and 48 kilometers in width for wet rice cultivation which can produce 19,200 quintals of rice per year. 10,000 quintals of grape were cultivated in 2011 alone churning 20,000 bottles a year. These are the two main agricultural products. Champhai is also the main trading center of Mizoram with goods like clothes, silverware and electronics imported from Myanmar through the trading post in Zokhawthar.
Tourism in Champhai district,Mizoram
Champhai is located in a very beautiful setting, with hills on all sides and a thriving culture. Some of the more interesting places you can visit during your trip to Champhai are: