Nagaland Tourism and Travel Guide

One of the Seven Sisters of Northeast India, Nagaland is a natural wonder in itself. Sitting in the lap of mountains and separating India from Myanmar, Nagaland creates a mystical aura for every traveller. The state comes to life during winter when the Hornbill Festival in Kisama Heritage Village and Christmas Festival bright up the whole region. April is another festival month in the state; it is when Aoling Festival takes place for six days by the Konyak Nagas. Get on a gastronomical adventure and try local foods. Get to know about the tribal lifestyle on your trip to their villages such as Touphema village and hear their stories on how their ancestors protected the land from foreign invasions. Get to about the unique style of handicraft of Nagaland at Diezephe Craft Village. For some adrenaline rush, try mountain biking in Kohima or Trek in Dzoukou Valley to Jafpu Peak which is 3,048 m above the sea level. For more, try camping in the Satoi Range, which is considered to be a perfect place for camping. There are some caves, where campers can set up their tents and spend a night in the midst of nature. Go for wildlife safaris in the Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary and spot some unique species like Hoolock Gibbon, Golden Langur and Hornbill. Nagaland can be an exciting destination for a fun-filled family vacation.
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