A part of the iconic seven sisters of India, Nagaland is blessed with the most pristine form of nature. It is a colorful land of impeccable culture and unprecedented traditions. There's a mysticism that shrouds Nagaland, further intensified by the remoteness of its geographical location and the people who stay here. And that's perhaps the reason why it is one of the top tourist destinations in India often thronged with people looking out for something new to explore. The alchemy of scenic landscapes and mild climate that one can find here makes it just the perfect pit stop for relaxation, sightseeing, and adventure activities. When it comes to going for a holiday in Nagaland, it's really important that one should include a top town, and the best travel places like Kohima, Dimapur, Mon, Mokokchung, Wokha, Tuensang, Zakhama, and Chumukedima.
Amongst all the tourism cities in Nagaland, some of which are not even touched by the urbanization, the most sophisticated ones are Dimapur and Kohima. The capital city of Nagaland, Kohima scattered across the hills, ridges, and valleys is one of the best hill stations in India. The town is popularly known for the fact that the Britain, and Japan fought here during the world war 2. If Kohima has a rich history then Dimapur has heritage, belonging to Rajbari, the ancient capital of the kingdom of Kachari.
While Kohima is the capital of the Nagaland, its cultural hub will be Mokokchung.
One of the prominent cities in Nagaland, Mokokchung is a laid back hill station that is predominantly known for the nearby villages like Chuchuyimlang, which is often referred as the festive village; Chuchuyimlang, prominent for ethnic handloom and handicraft, and Ungma, the first village established by Ao tribe when they entered Nagaland from Chungliyimti. Interesting, and fascinating, the villages around Mokokchung are a must visit on a Nagaland tour. When it comes to village tourism, Longwa (the biggest village in Mon district), is worth a visit too. The boundary between India and Myanmar passes across this village dividing the Chief of the village into two- half - one in India, and other in Myanmar. Even the villagers of Longwa have dual citizenships- one for India and another for Myanmar. Visiting the villages of Nagaland is a thoroughly captivating experience as one gets to see the life of people far away from the modernization. For trekkers too, there are some options to explore in Nagaland like Dzukou Valley, Japfu Peak, Mount Tiyi, Patkai Hills, Mokokchung and Satoi Range. For all those who love the idea of camping, the virgin forests of Satoi Range can be an ideal background.
Depicting the tribal culture at its best, these towns in Nagaland showcase the culture, and character of India that is hardly known to anyone. Don't wait any further and get a sight of all these places by booking a travel package with Tour My India. Be it arranging the wildlife tour in Nagaland or booking a stay, Tour My India can cater all your travel needs.