Places to visit in Nagaland

Top Things to Do in Nagaland, India

Places to Visit in Nagaland

Top Attractions in Nagaland

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What travellers are saying

  • Mad&Lau
    Los Masos, France42 contributions
    We spent 2 days watching the performances of the many tribes. Rich in color and diversity.
    We also took the opportunity to hike in the Dzukou valley. Pretty landscapes.
    We had taken a guide from Kolkata (Dep Biswas), but we got it wrong because he was poor and a bit stingy.
    Written 18 July 2020
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  • sayon s
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India79 contributions
    Really nicely preserved war memorial. You can read the soldier names and realize war is never glorious. It’s loss of so many young men. Nice and lace to spend half an hour. It would be good if some guides are there for history buffs.
    Written 19 January 2022
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  • sayon s
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India79 contributions
    The makeshift village depicts the houses and culture of different tribes. We went in last week of December . There were no one present. Garbage everywhere . It would be so much better if there are guides to explain. Not sure whether it was due to the festive time. The place seemed to be a leftover of hornbill festival and completely unattended.
    Written 19 January 2022
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  • Jili.M
    Dublin, Ireland82 contributions
    Near Chumukedima, a village found on the outskirts of the city of Dimapur in Nagaland, there is a seldom visited waterfall sequestered deep inside the lush tropical jungle that is known as "Triple falls". We embarked upon a journey to the waterfall from the Patkai Christian College in Chumukedima.

    Two local boys we met at the church however advised that we take a guide, but upon realizing that we were not willing to do so, one of the boys gave us his best directions so that we could find the way ourselves. The trail first led us down between two local fishing ponds, crossed a riverbed with little water, crossed a dubious bridge over the same river further on and then brought us down to the riverbed itself. It was now an hour’s walk or so upstream along the mostly dried up riverbed. We were thankful it was the dry season and this was not a raging torrent.

    There were two short gorge sections on the way with steep rocky cliffs, small waterfalls and deep plunge pools. We were still in doubt as to whether we were going the right way at all, when suddenly the waterfall appeared in the distance through the bamboo leaves.

    There is a large pool right at the foot of the waterfall just ahead of here. We suspect that there two more waterfalls further ahead of this one which is why they all together termed as 'triple falls'. The debris and large boulders piled up in the riverbed just ahead suggest that the river can become very violent and powerful here after heavy rains.
    Written 24 March 2019
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  • Babita Huria
    New Delhi, India154 contributions
    Overcrowded and narrow lane market It does have most of the items in reasonable range. You need to bargain a lot. There are no boards as such so you have to find your way. It is better to go with some one known for the first time.
    Written 28 October 2020
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  • Kasen
    Diphu, India46 contributions
    The condition of the park and also the animals needs more care to bring more people into the park for family visit as well as to the animal lovers.
    Written 15 April 2019
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  • Soumyajit Saha
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India399 contributions
    Nagaland Bamboo Research Centre is a very good institution to do research on bamboo. It is among the handful institutes where bamboo research is conducted.
    Written 7 November 2019
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  • uofmpanther
    Canton, MI156 contributions
    We came to Nagaland for a wedding and, in reading through tripadvisor, talking to our driver, and talking to the hotel, there is little to do/see aside from the ruins, the "supermarket" (bazaar), and drinking.

    On arrival at the ruins, it was intriguing but there were few informational signs and and the place was clearly unkempt. The pillars and were decrorative and beautiful to look at but I am unclear). Aside from looking at the pillars, the locals were more fascinating. It has clearly become a hangout spot for middle and high school students. There were small clusters around the area chatting amongst themselves.

    I recommend bring big spray as the overgrown grass and trees attracted mosquitos and other bugs.
    Written 6 January 2020
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  • RAJENDRA884 PRASAD
    Faridabad, India3,246 contributions
    We reached here just before sunset and witnessed the different hues of sky during sunset. I could also record a small time lapse clip of this natural phenomenon.

    On our way back, we came across Mithun, State animal of Nagaland. This was the only wildlife we came across, hardly any birds in the jungle.
    Written 31 January 2020
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  • Pimmi1947
    11 contributions
    Good projection of the various Naga tribes and their lifestyle ...... good introduction to Naga culture past and present....
    Could do with better maintenance and availability of brochures....
    Written 20 March 2019
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  • shek2005
    Mumbai, India830 contributions
    Nagaland Science Centre in Dimapur behind The Naga Shopping Arcade is a fun place to be with kids who can learn a lot
    Written 10 August 2019
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  • Neeta Godambe
    Pune, India18 contributions
    The climb up and down is steep alomost 18km both ways 10hours .complete forest climb and descend .
    If you want to save some effort and time pls insist for car drop and pick till end of the dirt rd after Japfu Christian church .. you may need to pay for the car drop and pick up ..but trust me you will enjoy Japfu climb and descent ..
    Written 9 March 2020
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  • Simon C
    London, UK70 contributions
    Longwa is noted for two things, the presence of old tatoo'd Head Hunters and its location on the border between India and Myanmar. You have to get permission to travel here at the local police / army check point and the Indian Army have a clear presence. It is fascinating place and you feel ike you have reached the edge of civilsation. There plenty of handicratfs being made and plenty to buy from the locals. You can visit the Angh's (Kings) House that straddles the border. They had all gone to market when visited but we could still wander in and take a look around. The locals are friendly and savvy of the few tourists that make it here. We aslo dropped into the last local gun maker for a look see. He was very accomodating. This is not a place you happen to come by, you have to make the effort to get here and it was worth the effort. Nearby Hongpoi Village is even better!
    Written 18 January 2020
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  • Sudhir B
    Mohali, India113 contributions
    Located at the Ground floor of CBZ Complex, this restaurant has good ambience and offers authentic non-veg Korean foods
    Written 8 May 2018
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  • sayon s
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India79 contributions
    The ride was long and backbreaking . Completely dilapidated road and exorbitant car fare. It was frankly not worth. Although we had a great guide and he really nicely explained the various aspects of their culture and practices. That was the interesting part. As per village noting special really .
    Written 19 January 2022
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