Explore North East India – Nagaland – 6 of 8


Following are some the places to visit in Nagaland, Northeast India



Kohima, is a hilly district of India’s North Eastern State of Nagaland, sharing its borders with Assam State and Dimapur District in the West, Phek District in the East, Manipur State and Peren District in the South and Wokha District in the North.

One of the oldest among the eleven districts of the state, Kohima is the first seat of modern administration as the Headquarters of Naga Hills District (then under Assam) with the appointment of G.H. Damant as Political Officer in 1879.



Mokokchung- the land of Ao Nagas, is the best urban hub in Nagaland.

It is mostly known for its cultural attractions that will engage you in the customs and traditions of Ao Nagas tribe.

Dzukou Valley:

dzukou valley

A trek to this blissful valley is a must as it will credit you with mind blowing experiences.

At a perch of 2,462 mts above the sea level this glorious valley makes you adore its pristine beauty.

Dzulekie Stream:

dzulekie stream

Lose yourself in the murmur of streams as you walk through the valleys carpeted by lush green and exotic flowers that will boost your experience of a nature trip.

A place any nature enthusiast cannot afford to miss!

Kachari Ruins:

kachari ruins

The Dimasa Kachari Ruins are a set of ruins located is in Dimapur, Nagaland.

Their history dates back to the 10th century when they appeared during the Dimasa Kachari civilization.

The Dimasa Kachari Ruins is a series of mushroom domed pillars.

They were created by the Dimasa Kachari Kingdom, which ruled here before the Ahom invasion into the territory during the 13th Century AD.

Their origin and purpose are largely mysterious.


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