Nagaland is one of the most awe-inspiring state of North-East India. Extremely rich in primeval beauty, a land of dazzling hills and valleys, Nagaland is probably the only state where tourists can still catch a glimpse of the century old ethnic lifestyle of the various tribes residing there. From the commercial hub of Dimapur to the churches and cathedrals in the hills of the state capital Kohima to hiking and trekking routes in Dzukou valley and the picturesque town of Mokokchung, Nagaland offers a vast palette of destinations for tourists to explore the vibrant culture and tradition of the several tribes residing here. Famous for the annual Hornbill Festival which draws National and International tourists in December, Japfu peak, Kohima War cemetery, Mon district (Famed for the Head-Hunting tribe) and Wokha (Fruit basket of Nagaland). A trip to Nagaland is a lifetime experience for tourists who want to visit a place where modernity and age old customs reside peacefully. Don’t miss the ethnic Naga pork with dry bamboo shoots, boiled vegetables, Axone (Fermented Soybean) and Anishi (Fermented taro leaves).BOOK DESTINATION
Nagaland Major Tourist Attractions
Dimapur : The commercial hub of Nagaland and also the entry point, Dimapur is a vibrant city with a host of sightseeing options.
- Kachari ruins
- Rangapahar Reserve Forest
- Dimapur Ao Baptist Church
- Nagaland Science Center
Kohima : The capital city of Kohima is a mix of urban landscape and natural charms. A place of culture and history, Kohima has many tourist-friendly places to visit.
- Japfu Peak
- Kohima War Cemetery
- Kohima State Museum
- Dzukou Valley
Dzukou Valley : Dzukou valley is famous for its wide range of flowers in every season, especially the Dzukou Lily. The lush forests, clear streams and large expanse of grassland is extremely popular for trekking and hiking.