While you’re visiting Wokha, Nagaland, you must explore the Mount Totsu and the Cliff, which are located side by side at an elevation marked 1,250 metres above the sea level. Therefore, both of them offer a spectacular view of the valley down below. According to local myths and legends, the cliff is believed to be guarded by a giant snake and a crab. Totsu Cliff is approximately 25 kilometres away from the town of Wokha. There are several small lakes and other water ponds at the butte of the mount which add to the splendour of the tourist attraction. One of these lakes is supposed to be the home of a Naga mythological mortal called Nsantbung who is believed to have married the lady spirit of the lake and is definitely one of the places to visit.
Totsu Cliff offers an excellent opportunity for adventure sports enthusiasts. It is an excellent place for rock climbing in the whole of North East India. Many foreigners come from different parts of the world to participate in rock climbing adventures that are conducted at this cliff camps.
You can reach and explore Totsu Cliff by reaching the place availing rental cars from Wokha town and the rest of the path can be trekked or traversed by jeeps.
The best time for tourism in Totsu Cliff is during the months of October to February.
During these months, nature lovers would enjoy Totsu Cliff is its true majestic form. Many hilly varieties of flowers bloom all around; and the weather is also cool and comfortable with minimal rainfall.