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Places to visit in Nagaland

A part of the Seven Sister States of North East India, Nagaland is one of the most affluent places in terms of natural and tribal heritage. Some of the best places to visit in Nagaland include beautiful valleys, lush-green vegetation, soothing weather, and dense and offbeat forests. Nagaland has everything travelers ever wonder from famous tribal village life to colorful cultures. There are many tourist attractions in Nagaland that will leave indelible marks on your heart. Nagaland is a prime location for nature lovers, adventure junkies, and explorers.

Nagaland is one of the gems of India and an equally fascinating place. It is one of the most enriched states in India that is situated on the North-East side of the country. Nagaland has everything travelers ever wonder from famous tribal village life to colorful cultures. There are many tourist attractions in Nagaland that will leave indelible marks on your heart. With a perfect melange of unrestricted valleys, lush-green vegetation, soothing weather, and dense and offbeat forests, Nagaland is a prime location for nature lovers, adventure junkies, and explorers. 

Here is the list of best places in Nagaland that every tourist must visit:

  • Dimapur
  • Kohima
  • Mokokchung
  • Mon
  • Dzukou Valley
  • Tuophema Village
  • Khonoma Green Village
  • Naga Heritage Village
  • Japfu Peak
  • Wokha
  • Benreu
  • Meluri
  • Kiphire
  • Peren
  • Tuensang
  • Longleng
  • Zunheboto
  • Pfutsero
  • Chumukedima Village

On the one hand, where it has several offbeat spots offering nothing but a natural and pristine environment, the breathtaking scenic beauty keeps the travelers mesmerized on the other. Dotted with a plethora of popular tourist attractions, the state of Nagaland has always lured travelers for more than one reason. Another uniqueness of this place is the warm-hearted and welcoming locals who never let any traveler feel away from home.

To start with the tourist attraction in Nagaland, Kohima, the capital city, offers a wide variety of such spots. It is an ideal place for bikers and trekkers owing to the trails upon which these adrenaline-rushing activities can be enjoyed. Kohima offers an array of trails where travelers can indulge in biking, trekking, and camping. Of dozens of other hiking trails, Japfu peak is one of the most popular. People who love trekking up the hills on challenging trails can't just resist conquering this one. However, it is not just the rough and challenging trail that intrigues the trekkers but even the mesmerizing view from the summit. Dzeko Valley is where Japfu Peak is located, and right from the top, the entire valley looks beautiful. The 360-degree-view from the peak showcases the carpets of grass and species of lilies that are only found in Nagaland. The view is something that spells bounds for every visitor.

Apart from this, Kohima also boasts many other tourist attractions, including the War Cemetery, which is the resting place of the Japanese and British World War II martyrs. The Kohima Museum brings the culture and traditions of the tribes that were and are living in the state. Touphema Village is another important and equally popular tourist attraction because it has opened its doors to travelers and people keen to learn more about the inhabitant's tribes. Those who visit this village also get to stay in the huts designed by Nagas so that travelers get a complete setup of how the tribes live and enjoy here. Another very enchanting attraction of Nagaland is the Triple Fall. Located in the Kohima, the Triple fall is a three-way fall spot where people hike and enjoy sightseeing. For all the wildlife enthusiasts, Nagaland has the Ntangki Wildlife Sanctuary and Rangapahar Reserve Forest to give them an option to enjoy their time amidst the wild.

For those who love shopping at local shops when they visit any other city, there is no need to get disheartened already. There are a lot of places, such as Kohima Naga Bazaar and Diezephe craft village, where one can go on a shopping spree. Many travelers visiting Nagaland always look for tasty food to savor, and Nagaland never lets them down either. From the famous black dog to the Naga special dish, one can taste everything that satiates their taste buds. All the above-listed places and things to do in Nagaland cover only one destination, Kohima. Other districts in the state have several different and beautiful attractions to offer.

For those who are keen learners and wish to know about the history of Nagaland, the best place to get that is at the Nagaland State Museum, which houses volumes of books that talks about the rich state history. One can fetch a book and learn about the cultural and religious history of the state. It is not just the books, but this museum holds a lot of artifacts that include traditional jewelry, dresses, sculptures, instruments, inscriptions, and many more. The museum also exhibits a lot of paintings that the locals make.

Amongst the travelers, several love visiting historic places and ruins. Nagaland has the Kachari Ruins that can be explored by those who find this intriguing. Here one can find domed mushroom pillars that are believed to have been erected in the 13th century. This might be an offbeat travel destination, but many travelers keep this high on their itinerary. A quaint hill town also a hotspot for travelers during summers is the Chumukedima Village of Dimapur.

You can explore all the natural beauty elements and other tourist attractions on your Nagaland vacation. Book your Nagaland tour packages with us and enjoy a remarkable tour that will give you loads of  memories.




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