Today, visit some smaller Chin villages around the town of Kampelet. You will find tribes such as: Ngara, Yin Du, Dai, Okpu, Magan, Mwyn. The walk to each village takes about 1 to 1'bd hours. All these groups speak different dialects and have different costumes. It is mostly elderly women who have the traditional tattooed faces the Chin are well-known for. These can be in several different patterns, including dots, spider's webs, lines, and curls. Chins are mostly Christian, from Methodists to Catholics, but animist customs survive. In every village you can see a house decorated with buffalo horns. These come from an animal called a mithan, or gayal (bos frontalis), which is descended from a wild gaur (bos gaurus). Each time a mithan is slaughtered a kind of wooden pillar decorated with ornaments is erected in front of the house. In addition, a stone table, which is also used as cover for urns, is placed nearby. Some of the houses have up to ten such pillars and in some villages the stone tables are all gathered together (like a cemetery) whereas in others they arenear each home.
Overnight stay in Kanpetlet.
Remark : It is recommended to pre-arrange lunch box for hiking with the assistance of your guide, according to your wish on your own account.