10 Best Tourist Places In Nagaland

The land of festivals, Nagaland is a vibrant and colorful land with flawless and unheard of traditions, alluring enough for tourists to explore. Blessed with captivating places, the state offers some of the amazing tourist places to visit.

Dimapur the entry point of Nagaland brags of good road conditions and mesmerizingly beautiful landscapes. Villages like Nichugard, Kuki Dolong, Chumukedina, Seithekima, and Medziphema are serene, quiet, and away from the hustle and bustle of the city that are ideal places for tourists to visit in Nagaland. Another tourist place to visit in Nagaland is Kohima – the capital city. It is home to Naga and Kulkis tribes and this place is of historical importance in Nagaland as the 2-month long World War II battle against the Japanese was fought here. Mokokchung is a popular place and home of Ao Naga tribe in Nagaland. District museum is one of the main tourist attractions in this place especially for history and art lovers as it preserves Mokokchung’s artifacts. Ungma village is another attraction and is regarded as the oldest and the largest village in Nagaland.

Longleng is the home of the Phom tribe who are famed for their spectacular skill in pottery, spinning, and bamboo work. The best time to visit this place is during the festive season, and the main festival here is Monyu festival, which marks the end of winter and commencement of summer in Nagaland. Mon is another tourist place, home to Konyak tribes – known for their face tattoos, hunting skills, and unusual black teeth. Mon is an interesting place to visit in Nagaland.

These are only few of the tourist places in Nagaland, but there are more. Some other tourist places to visit in Nagaland are Wokha, Kiphire, Phek, Tuensang and Peren. No matter which and how many places you visit in Nagaland, you will always learn, find and see something beautiful and interesting.

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