Dzukou Valley Nagaland

Dzukou Valley Nagaland

Lauded for being one of the seven sisters, Nagaland is located in the North Eastern Part of India. The entire of Nagaland is definitely the delight of every traveller, especially those who are searching for magic and peace. Nagaland Tourism also becomes a favourite because of its salubrious climate and breathtakingly beautiful green vistas, which can be travelled to, any time. Also, travel to Nagaland and enjoy adventurous rendezvous like trekking, rock-climbing and camping.

Fortunately, our advent into Tourism in Nagaland started off with Dimarpur, which is the largest city in the state. My favourite definitely was the Triple Falls, Chumukedima, Governor’s Camp and the Rangapahar Reserve Forest. Quite honestly, every time we drifted from one location to the other, we were amazed by the beautiful vistas that awaited us next. On top of it, the people genuinely won our heart with their caring and rich cultural heritage. We had never met such a hospitable and culturally grounded population before, thereby making our experience even more useful.

After Dimarpur, our tourism in Nagaland shifted to Kohima, which is the well known capital of the state. It is known for the Dzukou Valley which is absolutely nothing less than a paradise. With 360 varieties of orchids, this valley will literally put you in a trance which simply cannot be described through the use of words. Do experience it sometime in your life. What also captivated me towards Kohima is that it has the largest crucifix in Asia. In addition, the presence of churches and a large Christian population further makes the exploration of this city a delight in itself.

Triple Falls Nagaland

Triple Falls Nagaland

Further exploring our beautiful destination, we moved on to Kiphire. The main attractions that really uplifted our spirits here were Cave at Salomi, Sukhayap (lover’s paradise), Saramati Peak (the highest peak), Cave at Mimi, Twin Stones, Wawade Waterfalls and Yingphire. In addition, one must travel to Nagaland to buy the exotic and rare indigenous items such as cane furniture and artefacts which are exquisitely designed and handmade. The other souvenirs include artistic pottery, metal works and basketry.


Thus,
Nagaland tourism also provides the best and delightful way of pampering yourself through shopping. The best time to visit Nagaland is between October to May when the climate is salubrious and serene. Though, one can experiment with Nagaland Tourism all round the year and lose oneself into the peaceful and engaging vistas of the environment. So, what are you waiting for? Just get set and go. Nagaland is calling you!