Kohima Tourism

The hilly capital of Nagaland, Kohima remains one of the most picturesque hill stations in Northeast India. People visit here for their honeymoons, adventure holidays, family vacationers, and much more. Visit here and get drenched into the serenity sprawling here. People love Kohima for its vibrant local cultures which tell a lot about the history of this hill station. The hill station is home to Angami Nagas, an indigenous warrior tribe, practicing their rich traditions since ages. Kohima houses numerous places of public interest and remains a must visit in Nagaland.

Top Places to Visit:

Heritage DC Bungalow
This remains a popular historical lure in Kohima renowned for its sheer resplendence and lavishness. This tranquil resort treats you with theme of the bygone era where you stay amidst amazing views of nature all around. The bungalow features a Naga pavilion, a Naga hut and a covered court. It also has a market area close to it where you can bag local products and handicrafts.

Touphema Village
This village is actually a collection of tiny huts blessed with some unseen facades of beauty and greenery. These huts are made in Naga design and let you be close to traditional Naga household. It feels like staying in a Naga tribal house and experiencing the cultures residing here like a local. This is definitely a beautiful experience, taking you to simple pleasures of life.

Dzukou Valley and Japfu Peak
Dzukou valley and Japfu Peak are great retreats for nature devotees. Amazing treks are organized in these peaks which charm trekking enthusiasts from all over the world. Japfu Peak stands 3048 meters high and is known for being the second highest peak in Nagaland. Dzukou valley is mostly known for the flourishing variety of flowers blooming here which earned it the name of "Valley of Flowers of the east". 

Kohima Museum
Nagaland is one land where many tribes have left their mark in terms of history, cultures and traditions. And Kohima Museum reflects all these. Here you can learn about over 16 tribal groups and explore their clan motifs, multihued traditional dresses, and much more.

Kohima Zoo
Kohima Zoo is home to the state bird, the rare Tragopan bird, as well as the state animal, the wild buffalo. The zoo stands on a hill and offers nature lovers with ample of lures like a special area for kids.

How to Reach:
By Air: Dimapur Airport is the closest Airport to Kohima at a distance of 74 km.
By Rail: The nearest railway station is in Dimapur, around 74 km away from Kohima.
By Road: Kohima can be reached easily via road by hiring taxis or regular bus services.

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