Nagaland Map

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Sitting in the lap of mountains Nagaland is a "Wild East" state in India. Diverse indigenous tribes of Nagaland give a warm welcome to the travelers with their amazing costumes, delicious cuisines, beautiful dance forms, traditional villages, and grand festivals such as the Hornbill festival and the Aoling, a six days festival. Enjoy the wildlife safaris in the Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary, go camping in the Satoi Ranges, or mountain biking in the Kohima. The rich flora and fauna of Nagaland also house some medical plants serving various ayurvedic medicines. Have a look at some of the must-visit places in Nagaland.

11 Best Places to Visit in Nagaland :

  • Dimapur
  • Naga Heritage Village
  • Kohima War Cemetery
  • Mokokchung
  • Mon
  • Kisama Heritage Village
  • Kachari Ruins
  • Nagaland State Museum
  • Triple Falls
  • Nagaland Zoological Park
  • Dzukou Valley and Japfu Peak

Dimapur is the most popular city in Nagaland, which is famous for its beautiful waterfalls. Dimapur is the most developed area in Nagaland with a lot of shopping markets that offer great varieties. The top tourist attraction places in Dimapur are the Triple falls, Kachari ruins, Shopping in Dimapur, Zoological park, Nagaland science center, Rangapahar reserve forest, Chumukedima, Shiva Temple, Diezephe village.


Naga Heritage Village, also known by the name of Kisama Heritage village is a beautiful representation of the Heritage, and culture of Nagaland. The way they used to build their huts and the tools they used in their olden days are really amazing. It just looks like an outside place of the world, visit this place during the great Hornbill Festival which happens every year from 1 to 10th of December and experience the opening and closing ceremony from great local talent. Also, many activities ...

Kohima War Cemetery is a memorial place in Kohima which was dedicated to mark the sacrifice of the soldiers who lost their lives in the second world war at Kohima. The war memorabilia are beautifully displayed inside glass compartments and every item is neatly tagged and labeled that includes guns, cutlery, artillery, Instruments for surrender, fighter plane wrecks, uniforms, etc. After visiting the war museum, there is a Midland colony, where the historic war cemetery is located, this colony...

Mokokchung is a mini hill station and a great introduction to the miracles of Nagaland. Situated away from the hustle and bustle of city life feel the fresh atmosphere of Mokokchung while exploring the cultural heritage of the Ao Naga tribe present in a large community. The best spots to visit in Mokokchung include Longkhum, Changkikong Range, Ungma, Langpangkong Caves, Ongpangkong Range, Chuchuyinlang Village, and the Moatsu festival.


Mon is a beautiful town located at a distance of 335 km from the capital city Kohima of Nagaland. A place isolated from the city crowd, this is the land of Anghs. This divine place offers the best natural beauty and some exciting activities like a trip to the border village Between India and Myanmar encountering the decedent of the legendary head-hunters and also perceive the beautiful fauna and flora there. For travelers and nature lovers Mon is one of the best places to visit in Nagaland.

Kachari Ruins or Dimasa Kachari Ruins is located in the city of Dimapur in Nagaland. The ruins are basically a sequence of mushroom-type pillars which are believed to be a game similar to that of chess that was played here with these mushroom-shaped dooms. At this place, you might feel like you are back in time when Ahom kings set up their palaces and places of worship.


Best place to visit when you are in Kohima. The museum is a beautiful representation of the rich cultural heritage of Nagaland described in wooden models and cultural kinds of stuff. Nagaland State Museum has an excellent display of all Nagaland Tribes. It’s an easy setup but provides great information on various tribes, the history, and the culture of different tribes of Nagaland.


Triple Falls is a three-division waterfall located in Dimapur city in Nagaland. With an outstanding

environment and the best view, it is a great place to hang-out with family and friends. All area of Triple falls is generally maintained by the tourism department of Nagaland. It also offers some eating points for visitors, so check out this place and capture some mesmerizing memories.


Nagaland Zoological Park is the only zoo in Nagaland, but capable enough that you’ll be mesmerized by Nature’s Beauty. This park has a basic range of animals like Deer, Leopard, Tigers, hornbills, monkeys, and python. While being there visit the herbal garden and Nature’s Trail that leads you to a lovely place, perfectly peaceful and breathtaking. With a very reasonable entry fee and a pleasant environment, Nagaland Zoological Park definitely deserve a visit.


Also known by the name of “The Valley of Flower”, Dzukou Valley and Japfu Peak are some of the most charming valleys of Nagaland and are the best-known trekking place in Nagaland. You can also see the tallest Rhododendron tree in the world in the Japfu range and the sunrise view from Japfu peak is simply spectacular.


# Best Places to Visit in Nagaland


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Naga Heritage Village

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Kohima War Cemetery






Kachari Ruins

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Nagaland State Museum

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Triple Falls

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Nagaland Zoological Park

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Dzukou Valley and Japfu Peak

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