Places to visit in Nagaland

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Places to Visit in Nagaland


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  • Primal Survivor
    India318 contributions
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    Festival of festivals. Must visit by all. Its a far superior & incredible experience from usual mela , fairs and concerts. Naga locals are extremely friendly and warm.
    Dont miss Naga cuisine & Rice beer .
    No review can justify the actual experience.
    Go ahead and reserve dates for December !! Shoot questions in inbox
    Written 5 January 2024
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  • alok_awasthi
    37 contributions
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    I was more interested in the learning about the "green" practices of the village, but it does have a history and rich culture as well. They have three kind of tours : i) village walk (₹ 500 per group), ii) village walk plus rice fields (₹ 1000 per group) and iii) village walk plus joom agriculture. The young guides are from the village and explain nicely about their history, fortifications, lifestyle etc. The views of the hills, fields and even the village are mesmerizing. Groups doing the second walk might see Mithuns (the state aniaml of Nagaland) in semi-wild conditions. Unlike Joom practice followed elsewhere in north-eastern India, in which the wild trees are burnt to reclaim land for agriculture and the tribe moves after a harvest, here the wild trees are just cut from the main trunk and the root is left live. The leaves thus fallen act as manure. The tree regrows in due course. The tribe does not move from their place.
    Written 5 November 2023
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  • Primal Survivor
    India318 contributions
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    Visit to kohima is incomplete without paying a visit to war cemetery. The least one can do as citizens of free country to pay humble respect to the fallen soldiers.
    Approachable and in the middle of city
    Well maintained hope it remains so.

    Written 5 December 2023
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  • Sambhu Debnath
    18 contributions
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    Very very well maintained,clean and holy ambience of this place must make your head down and touch your heart with a feelings of respect, honour towards those dedicated souls... can't but to shed a drop of tears...may those Jawans rest in peace....
    Written 9 May 2023
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  • 832vgs
    New Delhi, India1,709 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The Cathedral of Kohima is main Church of Nagaland and is well known for its architecture and facade that resembles a Tribal House. The Cathedral blends into the Hill on which it is located. A tall carved wood Crucifix adds splendor and divinity. The Cathedral was under renovation when we visited.
    Written 17 June 2023
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  • Pimmi1947
    11 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    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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  • Wanderer94
    India29 contributions
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    Dzuleke is that one place in Nagaland which you should not miss out on. The road might be a little tricky to get there but at the end, its all worth it.
    Written 9 November 2019
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  • Neeta Godambe
    Pune, India19 contributions
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    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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  • Jili.M
    Dublin, Ireland82 contributions
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    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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  • Simon C
    London, UK92 contributions
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    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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  • saroj h
    Jaipur, India28 contributions
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    It was a steep climb with dense forest. The climb is uneven with mud, roots, steps, tree trunks coming in your way. But once you reach atop the view is spectacular. At the top of the mount is a cross written 'Christ Died For All'. The cross is visible from the Kohima town. We witnessed sun-set and moon rise both together which was an enthralling experience. A must see for physically fit individuals.
    Written 24 December 2022
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  • Ankur M
    Ghaziabad, India193 contributions
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    A very beautiful River with a rich flora and fauna. The migratory birds add to the beauty. A must visit place.
    Written 31 July 2019
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