Adventure Tourism in Nagaland

Nagaland is the land of unexplored trails and offbeat destinations. Therefore, it makes an incredible adventure hub for those seeking some adrenaline rush. The state offers good opportunity to indulge into activities like trekking, camping and motorbiking, which truly make for some excellent ways of exploring this mystical land. Trekking comes as a blessing in disguise as it allows adventurists to find the hidden gems in Nagaland. Dzukou Valley, which undoubtedly is top attraction to satiate trekkers with spectacular views of rhododendron and lily-strewn hills and hillocks. Apart from it, there are thrilling treks to Saramati Peak in Twensang District; Japfu Peak in Kohima; Mount Tiyi; Patkai Hills, Mokokchung and Satoi Range. These trekking destinations in Nagaland are also ideal for camping. Other than these, the Governor's Camp, in the foothills near the Doyang River, is also an ideal spot for camping. Nagaland also boasts some favourable motorbiking trails, which often lead the bikers to remote villages and unsurpassed places to experience the charm of the state like never before.

While inflating lungs by trekking or biking through tough trails can earn an adventurists at heart, a lot of satisfaction; there are a few recreational activities like fishing and angling which might prove to be soothing and a unique experience in Nagaland. The meandering rivers like Dhansiri, Doyang, Dikhu, Jhanji, Milak River and Tula River are replete with Indian Mahseer, local trout and salmon that make good targets for sport fishing.

Nagaland Travel Information at a Glance