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Dzukou Valley Guest House

naren patil
Dzukou valley Make group at Kisama village and go to Dzukou valley must visit place in Nagaland. You can spend one night at Dzukou valley and on next morning come back at festival place.
Rituraj Gogoi
We won't on a trekking spree and believe me i have been in many places in North India side , but never visited my own neighboring states ,Nagaland ,but this time we three friends teamed up and went to Dzukou Valley situated in the border area of Nagaland and Manipur. We started our trip from my native city Sivasagar via train and got down at Dimapur , then moved to Kohima stayed for day rest .Started our journey fresh on the next day and reached the base start point namely Visawema Village . Please watch the video complete blog of our interesting journey .We carried a drone with us .
Akshaya Singhal
Exploring the valleyIt rained like crazy during the night, and the roof was banging hard, but I couldn't feel a thing as I was very tired. I woke up early and it was still drizzling. I had a tea, packed some maggi noodles,eggs, fire wood, and utensils from the guest house, and left to explore the valley. no doubt that the place is so scenic that you can take awesome pictures even if you don't know how to properly hold a camera. But, apart from that, you can do so much exploration in the valley, there are 6-7 caves you can find but only if you are willing to walk. You can take a bath anywhere in the stream, but the water is very cold (it freezes in the winters) so it's all up to you, and the water is so clean that you can drink it too (infact that is the only option for drinking water). After all the walking, while I was looking for a place to cook my maggi a group of local people approached me, we had a smoke and they invited me to join them at their camp. we smoked some more, I cooked my maggi there, they also offered me some pork, problem solved and everyone was happy.