This article was originally published on my blog HERE:
Nagaland is popular for its natural beauty. Abundant in dazzling hills and mesmerizing valleys, it offers vistas unparalleled. For any seasonal tourists wanting to feel a little rejuvenated, the many unsung towns and villages in Nagaland are a perfect abode. And that’s not it, any journey through Nagaland provides its visitors with a deeper insight into its colourful life and culture. The traditional Naga people, the native inhabitants of this state, are one of the rare indigenous tribes-people in the world.
During my visit to Nagaland, that started with the most common trail of Kohima and with clicking Hornbill Festival Pictures, I ended up visiting a town that was rather unknown among tourists. Popular among locals as Nagaland’s own little Switzerland it turned out be the highest inhabited town in the state, and with that, the coldest too.