Nagaland Tourist Attractions

Nagaland is a vibrant hill state and is a state of North East India. The state is sharing its border with Assam and Arunachal Pradesh to the west and some part of Assam to the North and Manipur to the south. The state is also sharing its international border with Burma to the east. The hilly state is inhabited by 16 major tribes Ao Naga, Angami Naga, Chang Naga, Lotha Naga, Bodo Kachari People, Phom Naga etc. Agriculture is the main trade activity of the state and English and Nagamese are the main languages. Hornbill Festival is a very famous festival known all over the world, which is organized by the state tourism department.

The Dzükou Valley is a valley located at the border of the states of Nagaland and Manipur. This valley is well known for its natural environment, seasonal flowers and flora and fauna.

It is situated at an altitude of 2452 m above sea level, behind the Japfü Peak located in Nagaland. The rare Dzükou Lily is found only in this valley. The valley is famous for its wide range of flower in every season. But the most famous one is the Dzükou lily. The entry is from the foothills of Viswema Village and the exit is to the foothills of Jakhama Village both in Nagaland

Places Of Interest In Nagaland

Kohima is the capital of Nagaland. Kohima is the land of the Angami Naga tribe. The name Kohima was officially given by the British as they could not pronounce the Angami name Kewhima or Kewhira. Kohima is connected by road with National Highways.


Kohima is the hilly capital of India’s north eastern border state of Nagaland which shares its borders with Myanmar. With a resident population of 267,988 it is the second largest city in the state


Book Tour