Dimapur Tourism & Travel Guide

We took a flight to Dimapur from Kolkata....

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Cooking classes and rice beer brewing classes Itinerary: Dec 8th : Arrive in Dimapur airport and head to Kohima Dec 9th : Visit the Kisama heritage village Dec 10th : Closing Ceremony of the Hornbill festival Dec 11th : Visit Khonoma Village Day 12th: Dzukou Valley trek Day 13th: Transfer to Dimapur...

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Near Railway Station, Dimapur
Truly speaking nothing to see in Dimapur. One can find a list of places to see like Kacharia Ruins, the zoo, triple falls and the Rangapahar Reserve. Being a short distance from the airport we visited only the Kachari Ruins. There is no sign board, no information or any person to explain what this is. This stands as a neglected park. The story is obscure, but it goes like this, the Dimasa Kachari Kings played a game similar to that of chess and the ruins depict the game. The portions that remain identifiable looked like pawns in the game of chess. One will find two blocks of the game, one on the right and one on the left separated by some distance.
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Airport Road, 3rd Mile, Dimapur, Nagaland 797115, India

About Dimapur

Dimapur is a rapidly developing city in northeast India's Nagaland. Though an important transit town since it has an airport, you may be disappointed if you are here on a holiday. The Triple Falls behind Patkai Christian College is a great option if you have a few hours to spare but make sure there is a local accompanying you. If history interests you, do visit the Kachari Ruins of Dimapur. Famous for their monoliths, believed to be from ancient temples, this site is an architectural delight. The Shiva Temple of Dimapur is another famous tourist destination and holds great religious value for the locals. The Diezepne Village is a must visit shopping destination for anyone looking for authentic handloom and handicrafts.

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