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Most Popular Places In Nagaland To Visit

Serence atmosphere makes you unwind and relax with it's exquisite landscapes, beautiful sunrise and sunsets

Nagaland, the hilly region in the northeast of India, makes an amazing tourist destination with its majestic hills and breath-taking valley. The serence atmosphere makes you unwind and relax, the exquisite landscapes and beautiful sunrise and sunsets elevate your spirits to a different plane, and the hilly region makes it a perfect places for adventurous activities like trekking, jungle, camping and rock climbing. Here are the top 7 destinations in Nagaland.

1. Naga Heritage Village :

 

Most Popular Places In Nagaland To Visit

Naga Heritage Village also known as Kisma Heritage Village is only one in Nagaland. The places are wrapped in breath-taking scenic views at the foothills of the lustrous and evergreen hills on the borderline of the village. It is surrounded by all types of flora. Naga Heritage Village is rich in its traditions and culture activities. Being one of the prime tourist attractions, the village sees hundreds of tourist round the year. Visiting this place is an experience of one of its kind and probably different from any part of the country. Its rich heritage speaks volumes about its cultures and customs. On visiting, you will see the unique thatched roofs on the traditionally built houses, its wooden walls and delicately and neatly done carvings of different designs – all of it has an age old rural essence. You will feel living just simply in a different era in your lifetime.

2. Kohima :

 

Most Popular Places In Nagaland To Visit

Kohima is the capital of the North-eastern Indian state of Nagaland. With a resident population of almost 100,000, it is the second largest city in the state. Originally known as Kewhira, Kohima was founded in 1878 when the British Empire established its headquarters of the then Naga Hills District of Assam Province. It officially became the capital after the state of Nagaland was inaugurated in 1963. Kohima was the site of one the bloodiest battles of World war II. The battle often referred to as the Stalingrad of the East.

3. Mon :

 

Most Popular Places In Nagaland To Visit

Mon District is a district of Nagaland, a state in India. It is the third largest district in Nagaland in terms of area. The district has a population of 250, 260 people. Mon Town is the headquarters of the district.

After independence in 1947, Tuensang was created as a separate administrative centre and in 1952, it become a sub division of NEFA under a separate Assistant Political Officer. Later in 1957 the Tuensang subdivision was bifurcated from NEFA and merged into the Naga Hills – Tuensang Area along with three Districts in 1973. The name Mon originates from its district headquarters. Till 1971, the present Mon district was a subdivision of Tuensang district.

4. Dimapur :

Most Popular Places In Nagaland To Visit

Dimapur is the largest city in the Indian state of Nagaland. As of 2011, the municipality had a population of 122,834. The city is the main gateway and commercial centre of Nagaland. Located near the border with Assam along the banks of the Dhansiri River. Its main railway station is the second busiest station in Northeast India.

Dimapur has several places where tourist can visit such as Nagaland Science Center, Stone Park, Shiv Mandir and kali temple. The Nagaland Zoological Park, green park, Niathu Resort. The Triple Falls Nagaland science Aqua and Agri Expo site in the neighbouring Chumoukedima District can be easily accessible from Dimapur.

5. Dzuko Valley :

 

Most Popular Places In Nagaland To Visit

The Dzuko Valley is a valley located at the boarders of the state of Nagaland and Manipur in Northeast India. This valley is well known for its natural environment seasonal flowers and flora & fauna.

It is situated at an altitude of 2452 m above sea level. The valley is famous for list wide range of flowers i every season but the most famous one is the Dzuko Lily and it is found only in this valley.

6. Kiphire :

 

Most Popular Places In Nagaland To Visit

Kiphire is one of the must visit place in Nagaland as it is located in an exotic place overlooking the saramanti mountain. The region is home to various tribes namely Yimchungers khimmniungan, Phom Sangstams and sumis. These tribes have been living in this region for a very long time and are the heart of this region.

Although there is very less to see in Kiphire you can set out can explore the region and be awe-struck by the beauty of this picturesque place. Some of the tourist places to visit in Kiphire are the kisatong village and Fakim Wildlife.

7. Naga Hills :

 

Most Popular Places In Nagaland To Visit

The Naga hills reaching a height of around 3,825 meters. They are parts of the mountain ranges inside the Indian state of Nagaland and the Burmese Naga self-administered zones are called the Naga Hills.

The highest point of the Naga hills is Mount Saramati. A part of the Naga Hills under the British India control was coalesced into a district in 1866. The boundaries of the Naga Hills District were gradually expanded by annexation of the territories of several Naga tribes. including the Aos, the Semas and the Konyaks. In 1912, the district was made part of Assam province. Following the Partition of India, it was merged with the Tuensang Division to create the state called Nagaland.

 

 

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