The images are are “Lungloh Tui”, a film by Central KTP and Chhinga Veng Branch KTP. The video is on YouTube and best viewed in big screen. The images are from the beginning and from 42:00 minutes.
The ferry crossing over the Chhimtuipui river at Darzo Kai aka Tuipui D is magnificent because… it is magnificent. I have no words. Look at the pictures. The photographs don’t lie.
It is one of the few ferry crossings left in Mizoram. Phawngpui visitors, this is on your way if you are traveling to Sangau from Aizawl.
The ferry is operated by Border Roads Organisation. It functions between 9am to 4am, Monday to Saturday. It is closed for about three months in monsoon during which the only other crossing is at Kawlchaw where a bridge was opened in 2000.
The ferry can take four Tata Sumos at a time. The engine of the ferry is rather strange looking. I just see one lever.
Crossing over to the other side Burma from Mizoram at Tiau Chhuah where Boinu(Tuipui) meets Boipa(Tiau), near Sangau via Pangkhua. Posted from WordPress for Android