States Nagaland Tuensang Travel Guide

Tuensang Travel Guide

Located in the eastern part of Nagaland, Tuensang is a district bounded by five districts Mokokchung, Mon, Longleng, Zunheboto, and Kiphire. Most importantly it rests on the International border of Indo-Myanmar. The district is endowed with rich in cultural heritage and their traditional attire is very colourful. Tuensang has a heart-warming ambience and their dances and songs are very rhythmic and soulful.

An Insight into Tuensang Tourism

Tuensang is one of the largest towns and it is the eastern most district of Nagaland. This destination is another worldly place decorated with pure natural sanctuary with unique flora and fauna. A place of primeval beauty, Tuensang in Nagaland dazzles with hills and valleys. From every turn you make from these hill abodes you are bound to see a pool of clouds below meandering around the blue hills of Nagaland. Of course, Tuensang is pretty much well maintained with regular bus services and convenient shops to access eateries and getting there is not a difficult task. Tuensang can be considered one of the best places to visit when in Nagaland because it offers best in heritage, culture, and lifestyle. Tuensang is most preferred by travellers as well and a perfect destination to spend a unique holiday be it with family, friends or couples. Tuensang is not a big place for attractions; in fact, it is a town with a total population of 196,801 roughly in Nagaland.

Sightseeing can be done by travellers, which will only take about half a day or a day to complete but if you wish to explore the depths and corners of Tuensang sightseeing places then the travellers need to stay for at least 2 days to 3 days. The whole area of Tuensang district is roughly 1,728 and it was considered one of the country's 250 most backward districts out of 640 back in 2006. Falling under subtropical type Tuensang receives annual rainfall about 2000mm and the maximum and minimum temperature recorded so far is 30 and 5-degree centigrade respectively. If we talk about the tribes in Nagaland then Changs, Sangtams, Yimchunger, and Khiamniungans are the main indigenous tribes living in Tuensang, ultimately making it a spacious place to spectator unique festivals of Nagaland. This divine destination is a must visit place in Nagaland to witness amazing festivals, people, lifestyle, wildlife and breathtaking landscapes.

Top Things to Do & Places to See in Tuensang

Tuensang is widely being recognized and is considered a tourist destination. One of the top destination preferred by historians and wildlife adventurers. Besides, for travellers with a zest to explore the unknown, Tuensang has some treasure to share. You can explore Sangtam Baptist Lithro and other places like Longtrok Village, Chilise village, Tsadang Village etc.

Best Hotels to Stay in and Around Tuensang

Tuensang is one of the tourist destinations in Nagaland and with amazing and unique people, culture and lifestyle; this place also comes with comfortable and cosy hotels. Despite, it not having luxurious amenities it offers its best in class and comfort. Tuensang offers hotels with spacious beds, scrumptious cuisines, noble hospitability and humble services by the local people.

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