Nagaland attractions are known for their natural scenic beauty. The various places of tourist interests of Nagaland bear relics to the rich cultural heritage and traditional legacy of the place. The ideal time to visit the north eastern state of Nagaland is from October to May.
FAMOUS TOURIST CITIES OF NAGALAND
Dimapur is positioned in the western part of Nagaland state. The Dimapur periphery is formed by Dhansiri River on one side while the other side of the area has woody meadows and hills.
Kiphire is one of the small towns ofÂ NagalandÂ that is located in an exotic location overlooking the Saramati Mountain, the highest mountain peak of Nagaland. Kiphire is also the name of a newly-formed district that was carved out of the Tuensang district in 2004. It is the ninth district of Nagaland.
A scenic town blessed with breath taking natural beauty, Kohima is the capital city of Nagaland and lies complacently shrouded at the eastern frontiers of the mighty Himalayas. Kohima Travel guide is incomplete without a mention of its natural beauty and rich heritage. The modern city of Kohima was built in by the British to enjoy the eastern region.
Mokokchung, one of the districts in Nagaland, the Home of the Ao Naga tribe. It covers an area of 1,615 sq km. It is bounded by Assam to its north, Wokha to its west, Tuensang to its east, and Zunheboto to its south.
Phek is a district in the South-eastern part of Nagaland, bounded by Myanmar in the East, Zunheboto and Tuensang districts in the North, Manipur state in the South and Kohima district in the West.
Tuensang is the district headquarters of the largest and eastern-most district of Nagaland by the same name. It is an important district not only because of its size, but also due to its special constitutional privileges.