Veda Peak is also known as Pak Koi and is the highest peak of Mon district of Nagaland. The picturesque tourist attraction is situated 70km from the district headquarters which will show you other surrounding mountains, waterfalls, sceneries that are simply mesmerizing. On a clear day, the Rivers Chindwin and Brahmaputra are easily visible from this peak and it is a loved spot for photographers. You will be also able to see the amazing Konyak Countryside view which will steal your heart. This peak is the same one where British first grew opium plants in the Naga Hills. The beauty of this place is unexplainable and it is considered to be one of the most beautiful locations in the entire Konyak countryside. The British have also first set up their camps here making it a place of historical importance; they also grew the first opium plants in the Naga Hills at this place. It is one of the best places to visit in the Northeast if you wish to view the tumultuous Brahmaputra and pristine surroundings of Nagaland.
There is a beautiful waterfall near this peak. You can also visit the nearby places of Mon like Naga Bazar, Mount Tiyi, Mount Saramati, Liphanyan Governor’s camp, Kohima Zoo, Tibetan Market, Ntangki National Park, and many more. If you have a passion for photography, the views of beautiful Naga Hills are sure to allure you here. If you have one more day in hand, do not miss the Chui village and Longwa Village nearby they have enough reasons to keep you mesmerized.
You can easily get Nagaland State Transport Corporation buses or you can also book a cab so as to reach the town and then take local transport till the foothills. The roads are well maintained and you can have a comfortable jeep journey.
Winter is the best time to visit Veda when the weather is the best with average temperature to make your visit an enjoyable and comfortable one. The snowcapped hilly ranges are an added treat during this season.