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Joydeep Bora

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1 reviewPosted 2 years ago
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Mokokchung, very good one

I went to Mokokchung on June, 2015 on two wheels. The whole journey was super awesome but the road was the only thing that really pissed me off. Apart from that the views is really beautiful. We went from golaghat(district of Assam) to Mariani(jorhat district)-then from Mariani 81 kms to Mokokchung town. The km looked only 81 km but DS was not a straight road. You had to go up so kms was double, the construction of the road was relay bad, & Nagaland government should take steps on this matter. We crossed many small small waterfalls on our way and there was not good. Need hotels to eat something. Only at Mokokchung there was good restaurant my experience was very good there was lot of site scene on Mokokchung. If you budget is 3000-3500 than take your bike and ride on. A really adventure ride for you guys.

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  • Mokokchung, very good one
  • Mokokchung, very good one
  • Mokokchung, very good one
  • Mokokchung, very good one
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Kavitha

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4 reviewsPosted 3 years ago
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Must visit for cultural enthusiasts and culture tourists

Mokokchung is rich in cultural heritage. Villages around mokokchung district follow age-old system of governance, you might be interested in its social structure. You can get varieties of foods.. Anishi (a product of powdered yam and mustard) and pongsen (steamed bamboo fish and pork) are foods one should taste. About 10 km away from town is an eco-resort where three villages puts an effort for conservation. Ideal for eco tourists. This is where Dikhu river flows through. Near Mokokchung, there lies religious museum at ABAM, Impur where You can find relics and items used by first American Baptist Missionaries during the advent of Christianity in Nagaland.

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