Wokha Tourism and Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Wokha

Views in the Interior roads of Assam on way to Wokha Wokha : The Basics As you are entering the town of Wokha, you will be greeted by open stretches of highway roads with plenty of little houses on the hills....

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Located on NH-2, New Wokha at a distance of around 3kms from Wokha town....

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Top Places To Visit in Wokha 6 Spots

Doyang River, Nagaland
10. Watch the world-renowned Amur Falcons at the Doyang ReservoirNagaland is also known as the falcon capital of the wor...
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Wokha District, Wokha 797111
2. Mount Tiyi – Mount Tiyi has quite a mystical charm for the Naga people and they call it ‘ethchui li (land of the ...
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Weekend Getaways from Wokha  

Best time to visit - January,February,March,April,May,June,August,September,October,November,December
Meghalaya’s capital, Shillong is quaint hill-station flanked by pine forests and a few hundred waterfalls scattered ac...


About Wokha

As you are entering the town of Wokha, you will be greeted by open stretches of highway roads with plenty of little houses on the hills. Wokha is famous for the River Doyang and the hydroelectric project that is situated on it. The feel of seeing the houses reminds you of crowded hill towns in North India, with the exception of pollution and minimal garbage. This is one of the major highlights that stayed with us through our trip to Nagaland: its cleanliness. Wokha has one of the largest tribal populations in Nagaland - The Lothas. Wokha is mostly considered a stopover on the way to Mokokchung as travellers halt for breaks or for the night at this location. Though we did not really sightsee in Wokha as we halted only for the night, here's what you should see if you happen to stay there for a day or two:

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