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Joydeep Boraratingratingratingratingratingrating4.3/5

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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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Sumanratingratingratingratingratingrating4.3/5

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Mesmerizing clouds within Sylvan beauty

Local food are stunning. Locals are very amicable and cordial. Captivated to taste the bliss of mountains. Utterly a 'trekkers paradise. A very safe place owing to army camp. Nature widens its arm to taste the tender touch Kohima to Mokokchung, natural experience with cordial Nagamis & they are awesome. Mokokchung is the cleanest place among the cities in Nagaland as we experienced.

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Mokokchung is a district located in the state of Nagaland. Home to Ao Naga tribe, the district has its headquarters located in the town of Mokokchung. On the north, the destination is surrounded by the state of Assam, while on the south lies Zunheboto. On the other hand, on the east, the place is bounded by Tuensang, while on the west lies Wokha.

The district is divided sub-divided into six ranges, that are Tzurangkong range, Japukong range, Changkikong range, Asetkong range, Langpangkong range and Ongpangkong range. In addition, Tsurang, Changki and Milak Valleys are the three main valleys located in the region.

With mostly inhabited by the Ao Naga tribe, Christianity is the predominant religion of this district. Around 95% of the population residing within the destination is Baptist and the Ao Naga tribe were the ones who introduced Christianity in the region in 19th century. In addition, the place is also known as the cultural and intellectual capital of the state of Nagaland.

The main occupations of Nagas are agriculture and animal husbandry, owing to which the major festivals celebrated in the region are associated with sowing and harvesting. Moatsu, celebrated in early May is one of the most popular festivals associated with sowing. On the other hand, the festival known as Tsungremmong is associated with harvesting, which is celebrated in month of August every year.

Besides festivals, the destination is dotted with several attractions, of which Mokokchung District museum located in the Arts and Cultural Complex is one of the most popular ones. In addition, tourists can also explore the places like Longkhum, Ungma, Langpangkong, Mopungchukit and Chuchuyimlang located within the district.

Flights, buses and trains all are available for tourists travelling to this destination. The nearest airport serving the destination is the Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati. This airport is located at a distance of 443 km from the destination. Trains are also available for travellers, which are served by the Dimapur Railway Station, located at a distance of 223 km from the destination.

In addition, tourists can also board buses to the destination, most of which operate from the places like Guwahati and Dimapur. The best time to visit Mokokchung is between the months of October and November.