Nagaland is home to unexplored beauty. Be it the attires of the Nagas, or their food choices or their colourful festival celebrations, everything about Nagaland spells ‘different’. The astounding hills and the numerous valleys throughout the state, are definitely worth a visit. An attractive place for adventure buffs, Nagaland offers a plethora of adventurous expeditions which is a magnet to daring minds. Also, the serene beauty of the surroundings makes it a perfect place to go for a romantic getaway. In a nutshell, the vastly undiscovered land of Nagaland offers you everything! On His Own Trip organizes Nagaland tour packages from May to October. OHOT also customizes tour packages to Nagaland for families.
Here is the list of the three best places that you can visit Nagaland.
Situated at the height of 1500 meters above the sea level, Kohima, originally Kewhira, deserves to be in the must-visit list of everyone. Kohima is home to the Angami tribe. It is surrounded by magnificent mountains and enchanting forests. One can also indulge in adventurous like trekking, hiking and camping. The Commonwealth War Cemetery is a very famous tourist attraction. It has graves of over 1400 martyrs of the World War 2, fighting the Japanese invading India from Burma, present day Myanmar. The Dzukou valley is another such place you should definitely add in your bucket list. Considered as one of the picturesque places in Nagaland, Dzukou valley is surrounded by lillies. Dzukou valley also offers adventure sports.
Dimapur is the city which has the airport, so you essentially enter Nagaland through Dimapur. It is a place of delight for both nature and history lovers. You can visit a few places in and around Dimapur to experience the nature and history of the state. To name a few, the Kachari ruins, Diezephe craft village, Dimapur Ao Baptist Church and the Kuki Dolong village are the few places you can explore to delve into the various tribes that live here and bizzare yet enticing cultures that they follow.
Mokochung is known as the liveliest district of Nagaland. Home to the Ao tribe, it is the land of beautiful traditions and festivals. The Ao tribe is known for their hospitality and vibrance. Mokochung is home to beautiful streams and mesmerising hills. Some places you can visit when in Mokochung are Longkhum, Mokochung Village and Park and the Ungma village. In short, it is a place from where you return with a handful of tales and tell for years.
Nagaland treasures some of the rare wild flora and fauna and even some medicinal plants. Come join us in the quest of unravelling the mysteries of the land of the Nagas!