Top 10 tourist destinations to visit in Nagaland

Dzukou Valley

A picturesque valley with serene meadows, verdant hills, and enchanting flowers.

Japfu Peak

The highest peak in Nagaland, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.

Kohima War Cemetery

A sacred memorial dedicated to the brave soldiers who fought during the Battle of Kohima in World War II.

Hornbill Festival

A vibrant celebration of Naga culture, held every December in Kohima.

Kachari Ruins

The remnants of an ancient Kachari kingdom, offering a glimpse into the region's rich history.

Diezephe Craft Village

A village known for its skilled artisans who produce exquisite handicrafts, including wood carvings, textiles, and pottery.

Rangapahar Reserve Forest/Zoological Park

A protected area home to a variety of flora and fauna, including elephants, tigers, and leopards.

Chumukedima Village

A village known for its hot springs, where you can relax and soak in the rejuvenating waters.

Dimapur Ao Baptist Church

One of the largest Baptist churches in Asia, with a beautiful architecture.


A town known for its scenic beauty and the nearby Dzüleke village, famous for its hot springs.