Tourist Places in Nagaland

Places to Visit in Nagaland


Nagaland is mostly preferred by travellers. The go to destination for types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples, Nagaland is, however, mostly preferred. The best season or months to visit places in Nagaland are February, March, September, October, November, December. There are 63 tourist places in Nagaland, which can be explored by travellers. Local attractions can be visited at any time of the day, be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night, as suitable for travellers. Sightseeing in Nagaland can be done by travellers, which will take half a day or one day, but to see all sightseeing places, travellers need to stay in Nagaland for 2 days to 3 days.
Travellers can also download HolidayIQ.com's Nagaland Travel Guide to learn about places to visit in Nagaland, browse through photos & pictures, explore Nagaland using a map, and read sightseeing reviews. Recently reviewed tourist attractions in Nagaland, which are great places to visit, are Khonoma Village, Doyang River, Kachari Ruins, Peren, Dzukou Valley, Kohima Museum, Naga Bazzar, Ruzaphema, Tuophema, Catholic Church. Nagaland can be visited in summer, monsoon or winter.

Nagaland Tourist Places



  • Type: Village
Chui, Mon
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Places to Visit in Nagaland
Chui is an ethnic village in the Mon District that exhibits a rich Konyak culture and tradition. Read More »
  • Type: Hill
Mount Tiyi, Wokha
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Ranked 2 of 63
Places to Visit in Nagaland
Mount Tiyi is located at a height of 1969.61 metres above sea level and offers beautiful view of the surroundings. It is believed that an orchard was seen at this site which could only be seen by a few lucky ones. However, rhododendrons can still be seen on the cliff. Tourists... Read More »
  • Type: Monument
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War Cemetery, Kohima
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Ranked 3 of 63
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War Cemetery is a historic site, which reminds of the brave warriors, who died during the Japanese Invasion at the time of World War II. This cemetery comprises around 1420 commonwealth funerals, which have stone markers on them. Commemorative inscribed bronze plate is placed... Read More »
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  • Type: Place of Worship
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Catholic Church, Kohima
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Ranked 4 of 63
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Catholic Church is considered as one of the biggest churches in the north-east region of India and is one of its kinds in the entire Kohima. In 1948, Sisters of the Missionaries of Christ Jesus came to Kohima to facilitate services at one of the civil hospital of the region.... Read More »
  • Type: Zoo
Zoological Park, Nagaland
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Ranked 5 of 63
Places to Visit in Nagaland
Zoological Park of Kohima is one of the chief sightseeing attractions of the state and houses rare species of animals and birds like Tragopan bird. Blythe's Tragopan and wild buffalo, known as Mithun are the highlights of the park. The park is situated on a hill and the ... Read More »
  • Type: Historic Place
Longleng, Nagaland
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Longleng, the tenth district of Nagaland is popular for its ancient culture that has been preserved by a tribe known as Phom Nagas. Monyu Festival of the district is the major attraction, which marks the beginning of the summer season. Moreover, a stretch of 32 km from... Read More »
Peren, Nagaland
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Peren is the eleventh district of  Nagaland, which  is popular for its rich tradition and mountain peaks. Peren is located at an altitude of 1,950 metres above the sea level. Benreu depicts the culture of the highlanders. Cottages of Mt. Pauna, lying to the... Read More »
Kiphire, Nagaland
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Ranked 8 of 63
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Kiphire, carved from Tuensang District is the newly formed ninth district of Nagaland. Saramati Peak of Kiphire, the highest peak of Nagaland lies at an altitude of 3,841 meters above sea level. The peak is famous for trekking expeditions. This region has the thickest and... Read More »
  • Type: Mountain
Dzukou Valley, Nagaland
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Dzukou Valley is one of the prime attractions of the territory, which is known for its trekking trails. The dense valley of bamboo bush is located at an altitude of 2,438 metres above sea level. Dzukou Valley is decorated with Lilies, Aconitum, Euphorbia and multi-coloured... Read More »
  • Type: Village
Noklak, Tuensang
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Ranked 10 of 63
Places to Visit in Nagaland
Noklak is a village situated on the borders of Tuensang District. It is inhabited by the Khiamniungan tribe and is popular for its cane work, handicrafts and artefacts. The village is visited by many travellers during the tribal festivals, to see the local art forms. Read More »
  • Type: Village
Chuchuyimlang, Mokokchung
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Ranked 11 of 63
Places to Visit in Nagaland
Chuchuyimlang is a beautiful village renowned for the celebration of various tribal festivals. These festivals are celebrated since the birth of Ao Naga tribes. The Moatsu festival commences on 1st May and lasts for three days. Read More »
  • Type: Village
Chumukedima, Dimapur
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Ranked 12 of 63
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Chumukedima is an ancient village located in the district headquarters of Dimapur. Situated on the foothills of the Naga Hills, the complex of the village was established by the Tourism Department. It is believed that in the 19th century, during the British rule, the village... Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Changsangmongko, Tuensang
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Ranked 13 of 63
Places to Visit in Nagaland
The village of Changsangmongko lies between Tuensang and the Hakchung village. According to a traditional story, it is believed that the place is referred to as Changsang and the Chang community settled here. The Chang legend states that the living creatures emerged from a big... Read More »
War Cemetery, Nagaland
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Ranked 14 of 63
Places to Visit in Nagaland
War Cemetery at Kohima, popularly known as Commonwealth War Cemetery lies in the battle ground of Garrison Hill., It pays tribute to martyrs who lost their lives during the Japanese invasion in World War II. This cemetery, which contains 1,420 slabs of Allied Soldiers, is... Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Catholic Church, Nagaland
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Ranked 15 of 63
Places to Visit in Nagaland
The Catholic Church of Kohima, also known as Kohima Cathedral is one the ancient religious centres in the state. Located on Aradhurah Hill, this church was established in 1948 by Missionaries offering services at a newly established hospital of Kohima with the view to spread... Read More »
  • Type: Sanctuary
Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary, Nagaland
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Ranked 16 of 63
Places to Visit in Nagaland
The Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most popular forest reserves in the eastern territory of Nagaland, which is located 37 km away from Dimapur. This sanctuary  lies at a distance of 111 km from Kohima and is inhabited with species  like hoolock baboons,... Read More »
  • Type: Hill
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Dzukou Valley, Kohima
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Ranked 17 of 63
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Dzukou Valley is renowned for its trekking trails and is frequented by adventure seekers visiting Kohima. This valley is located at an altitude of 2,438 m above sea level. This entire valley is adorned with lilies, aconitum, euphorbia and multi-coloured rhododendrons. This... Read More »
  • Type: Zoo
Zoological Park, Kohima
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Ranked 18 of 63
Places to Visit in Nagaland
Zoological Park or The Kohima Zoo, which is one of the prominent attractions of Kohima, is frequented by tourists visiting the destination. This zoo is home to the rare bird specie, tragopan bird, which is the state bird of Nagaland. Wild buffalo, popularly known as Mithun,... Read More »
  • Type: Zoo
Zoological Park, Dimapur
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Ranked 19 of 63
Places to Visit in Nagaland
Zoological Park, situated around 6 km away from Dimapur, covers an area of around 434.90 acres. The park was established on 28th August 2008 with an aim to spread awareness about the fauna and flora. The park serves as the Conservation Centre for the entire region of Northern... Read More »
  • Type: Village
Longwa, Mon
Rank 20
Ranked 20 of 63
Places to Visit in Nagaland
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The Longwa village is famous for its skull exhibits. These exhibits hold display of the head hunting culture that was popular among the Konyaks in the 19th century. Read More »