Nagaland Ratings & Reviews

Diwan

Diwan

1 reviewPosted 2 years ago

Its simply beautiful ... A lake right in the centre of the city makes it even more inter sting

One must carry warm clothes, rather layer yourself ... Just spend the day lazying around the lake boating, shopping aor eating. The zoo is a another place worth visiting.


Parvin Kumar

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1 reviewPosted 4 years ago

Nagaland-Best journey

I have gone to visit Nagaland for a weekend. It was too adventurous and the mountains were dangerous. But we all enjoyed it too much. We have visited Dimapur, Farukting, Kohima, Moon and some other districts. We travelled for 7 hours to stay our hotel. The hotel was very beautiful and service was also good. But food was disappointing because veg food was not available there. But the journey was surprising at all.


Preeti Hiremath

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1 reviewPosted 4 years ago

Visit during Aoling Festival, its insight

Visit to Nagaland during Aoling Festival gives an insight into tribal fest, their life style. This is celebrated by Konyak tribe who were head hunters!! Don't get scared they are no more into this practice. Their festive, dressing, dancing and singing were unusual. Ever heard of international border passing through village chieftain 's house. It is India Myanmar border in Longwa. Beautiful misty mountains, tea estates tattooed faces, away from city hustle bassle. It was one of the best breaks I had.


Duncan Angami

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1 reviewPosted 5 years ago

Perfect for a hard core hiker up the remote mountain village

Once off limits to the world, there in the remote northeastern hills of India, lies mystic. Hills landscaped by primitive villages, some still untouched by modernization, this Molungyimsen village up on top of a steep mountain, is a must for die hard nature lovers. The hike is about 15 km, not for the weak at heart. For the first 6 km, it is a walk through the jungles, the next remaining hike up the village is where the challenge is. The angle of the hike almost 45 to 50 degrees, but once up the top, the feeling is exhilarating.


Rosaline Ann

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5 reviewsPosted 5 years ago

Wonderful place and lovely people

Nagaland is a wonderful place to visit but one must keep in mind that there are no great activities happening here throughout the year but December is a special month for them when the Hornbill festival happens during the first two weeks. Life is pretty much very laid back and nobody's in a hurry!

The war cemetery in Kohima and the Ao Baptist church in Dimapur are must visit places and if you have time then make a point to go to the local bamboo centre just outside Dimapur called Bambusa where you can get exquisite bamboo products and gift items and wonderful food at the restaurant in the same premises.

One thing to be warned of would definitely be the bad roads especially on the way to Kohima. On the whole, great stay and wonderful people and I felt like I was in a different world altogether.

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