Best Time to Visit Wokha Nagaland

Being a hill station, the region experiences tropical climate throughout the year with the winters being pretty cool. For more details, go through climate segregation mentioned below.

Summer (March to June) - 16.1 °C to 32 °C

With temperature ranging between 16 °C and 32 °C, summers can be a good time to plan a Wokha holiday. The weather remains not too hot neither too cold, simply right to go for sightseeing. At times, it gets way too hot during the daytime but then the nights are cold. Occasionally, the region experiences rainfall during the summer season. The hills are much cooler compared to the foothills.

Monsoon (July to October) - 25°C to 30°C

For Wokha tour, one should strictly avoid monsoon season as the climate is way too hot, and humid. Above all, the region receives heavy rainfall, which makes it extremely for the travelers to approach here as there are a lot of landslide cases. The month of August experiences the maximum rainfall with hailstorms being common in this part of the state.

Winter (November to February) - 6°C to 27°C

November marks the beginning of the winter season during which the climate remains extremely cold. Tourists can also experience chilly winds after sunset.

Nagaland Travel Information at a Glance