Phek is a small town city in Nagaland known for its hills, lake, orchids, and village life, attracting travelers to pay a visit to this cheerful town. The natural treat and village culture extend the love for this unexplored paradise of Nagaland, Phek.
In the lap of green forest and woods, you will find the Phek Waterfall flowing through it. This is one of the places to visit with family and kids although little trekking is required to reach this attraction.
The sparkling water lies in the middle of dense jungles around it. This narrow strip of water is also called the Zanibu Lake. It is a paradise for bird watchers.
This unique lake is shaped like a footprint and is a major tourist attraction. Located on the lower slopes of the Patkai Range bordering Myanmar.
The village has a stone slab from which helps paddy miraculously multiply when placed on any drying land. Such mysterious beliefs pull visitors to the tiny village.
Glory Peak stands 2600m above sea level overlooking the astounding valley. From here one can clearly view the highest mountain in the world, Mt. Everest.
Phek Museum based in Nagaland showcases the well-preserved cultural history of Nagas and its notable tribes.
Best Time To Visit Phek
Phek likes its neighboring place of Kohima experiences hot and dry summers and pleasant to chilly winters. During monsoon, the rain pelts hard from time to time, and thus makes it difficult for visitors to enjoy sightseeing.