About Nagaland

Nagaland is a mountainous state in northeast India, bordering Myanmar. It is home to diverse indigenous tribes, with festivals and markets celebrating the different tribes' culture. Its capital city of Kohima suffered heavy fighting in World War II, commemorated by memorials at the Kohima War Cemetery. The Nagaland State Museum exhibits ancient weaponry, a ceremonial drum, and other traditional Naga cultural artifacts. The area around Kohima is home to several churches, including the Mary Help of Christians Church, built in the style of a Naga house. Nearby are Angami tribal villages such as Khonoma and the Kisama Heritage Village, which hosts the annual Hornbill Festival and showcases the traditional houses of 16 major Nagaland tribes. The western city of Dimapur features the Kachari Ruins, remnants of the ancient DimasaKachari Kingdom. Ancient villages and waterfalls like the Triple Falls are nearby. Northeast of Dimapur, the popular ski area of Mokokchung is home to several Ao Naga tribal villages.
Dzukou Valley

Dzukou Valley is a valley located at the border of the states of Nagaland and Manipur. This valley is well known for its natural environment, seasonal flowers and flora and fauna.
Kohima War Cemetery

Kohima War Cemetary was built in remembrance of the British and Indian soldiers who gave up their lives during the Second World War against the Japanese. Also known as the ‘Battle of Kohima’, this battle was fought from 4th April to 22 June 1944.
Kachari Ruins

Kachari ruins located in Dimapur, Nagaland are a set of dome-shaped pillars. Their history dates back to the 10th century when they appeared during the Dimasa Kachari civilization.
Diezephe Craft Village

Diezephe Craft Village is a home of skilled craftsmen, located near Dimapur of Nagaland. It has gained specific recognition for its weaver's expertise.
Ruzaphema Market

Situated on Dimapur-Kohima Road, Ruzaphema is located 5 km from Kohima and a prime shopping destination in Nagaland! Ruzaphema has a booming cottage and handicraft industry. Based in the Dimapur district of Nagaland, Ruzaphema is mainly known for its colorful bazaars.

Ungma is a historic village situated 10 km south of the heart of Mokokchung town in India. Ungma is one of the most ancient Ao villages and of great tourist interest to view the folklore, customs, and traditions of Ao Naga.
Mount Tiyi

The essence of Mount Tiyi is truly mystical. Mt. Tiyi is located in the Wokha district of Nagaland and is about 1969 meters above sea level. The mountain is believed to consist of three mystical things orchard or garden of the dead. The entrance or hole to the land of the dead souls, and the spring or water of death.
Mount Totsu

Mt. Totsu also called the "Grand Canyon of Nagaland" lies here. It is said that this place is guarded by a lady spirit, two big crab, and two pythons. It is an ideal place for camping and trekking as Mt.Totsu largely consists of vertical cliffs and surrounded by thick tropical evergreen forest.
Phek Waterfall

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.
Glory Peak

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.

Kohima is the hilly capital of India's northeastern border state of Nagaland which shares its borders with Myanmar. Originally known as Kewhira, it was founded in 1878 when the British Empire established its headquarters in the then Naga Hills. It officially became the capital after the state of Nagaland was inaugurated in 1963. Kohima is the land of the Angami Naga tribe. It is situated in the foothills of the Japfu range located south of Kohima District and has an average elevation of 1261 meters.

Dimapur is the largest city in Nagaland, India. Contrary to popular belief, the city's formation in Nagaland is separate from that of Assam. In the Middle Ages, it was the capital of the DimasaKachari Kingdom. In the heart of the town, there is an old relic of the KachariKingdom which speaks about the once prosperous era. The name Dimapur is derived from the Dimasa language]; 'Di" means "water", "ma" means "large" and "pur" means "city", translating to "Big-river-city", associated with the meaning of "Kachari" which is "people of the river valley" and after the river which flows through it. It is also the gateway to Nagaland and its only railhead. The city also has the only functional airport in the state.

Mokokchung is a town and a municipality in the Mokokchung district in the Indian state of Nagaland. It is the district headquarters as well as the main urban hub of Mokokchung district. Mokokchung is the cultural nerve center of the Ao people and is economically and politically the most important urban center in northern Nagaland. In fact, it is the third most important urban hub in all of Nagaland after Dimapur and Kohima. Besides this, the Government of Nagaland has also recognisedMokokchung district as 'Land of Pioneers' because this place has produced a great number of luminaries in many fields. The town is made up of 16 wards of which Kumlong, Sangtemla, Alempang, and Yimyu are the largest. Mokokchung is particularly noted for its extravagant Christmas, New Year, Moatsu, and Tsungremong celebrations. Its tradition of celebrating Christmas and New Year midnight celebrations in the main town square is regarded as one of the unique features of Mokokchung. Historically, Mokokchung was one of the first Naga Hills sites where the Assam Rifles, led by Britishers, established their outposts in the latter part of the 19th century.

Wokha district, declared as 'the land of plenty' by the state government of Nagaland, due to her rich mineral resources, soil fertility, and abounding flora and fauna. The district is situated at an economically strategic location sharing borders with Assam in the West and North, Kohima and Dimapur in the South, Zunheboto in the East, and Mokokchung in the North East. Wokha literally means "headcount" or "census" in Lotha dialect. It has three ranges namely, Upper Range covering the Wokha, Wozhuro, Chukitong, and Englan circle Middle range covering the Lotsu, Sanis, and Aitepyong circle, and the lower range covering the Bhandari Circle and Ralan area.

Mon is a town and a town area committee in Mon district in the Indian state of Nagaland. This district is also known for Headhunting as it was practiced in historic times. Now a denoted name is given as "Land of Anghs".

Phek is a small town city in Nagaland, with its hills, lake, orchids, and village life, it attracts the traveler to pay a visit to this cheerful town. The natural treat and village culture extend the love for this unexplored paradise of Nagaland, Phek.

Located amidst the Saramati Mountains, the town has some breathtaking scenes of nature to offer. It is also a perfect location for adventure enthusiasts as the place has provisions for rafting, trekking, and canoeing. The highest peak of Nagaland, the Saramathi Mountains, lies in this town, offering a perfect place for the trekkers.
Best Time To Visit Nagaland

Nagaland has a subtropical highland climate. The temperature of the state ranges from 16°C to 31°C in summer from May to July and 4°C to 24°C during the winter season. The monsoon that spreads from the month of June to early September is marked by heavy rains.

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