Nagaland is a state that has always been stood apart from the rest of Indian states. This land is full of colours and they have a lot of tradition and cultures that one will definitely want to explore. If one wants to visit this fascinating land this year then one should be visiting some mesmerising places in Nagaland and they should never be on a miss.
This is said to be the entry point of Nagaland and this town is very well connected with other parts along with some lovely scenic beauties. When one is in Dimapur, they must visit the 13th century Kacharia ruins because they are the evidence of the Ahom invasion here. Apart from that, one can also visit to places like Kuki Dolong village, Nichuguard village, Sethekima village, Chumukedima and Medziphema because they have some breathtaking beauties.
Kohima is the capital city of Nagaland and this is a very charming place to visit. Though it is a commercial hub, it also has a lot of natural charm. This place is a proper blend of modern and ancient and the place is painted with some bright colours. This place also holds a very important position in history because it has the scenarios that remind one of the Second World War. The Angami tribe predominate this region and one can visit places like Kohima war cemetery, Kohima zoo, Naga bazaar and Kohima state museum here.
This is said to be the most beautiful district in Nagaland. This place is also the home of the Ao tribe and this place is famous for its rich traditions and festivals. The place called Longkhum is a nature’s paradise here and the hillocks here are adorned with rhododendron. One will definitely fall in love if they visit this place. This place is also very famous for its ethnic handloom and handicraft items. Ungma is a place here which is considered to be the living museum of the Ao tribe. There is also a tourist village called Chuchuyimlang where one can pay a visit.
Mon is also known as the land of Konyak Nagas. This is a very interesting place in the state which is famous for warriors who have tattoos on their face. This is a fascinating place and the residents of this place claim to be the descendants of the Noah and they mostly practice agriculture. One can also pay a visit to Longwa which is the biggest village in the Mon district and it also shares the border with Myanmar. There is a chief’s house in this place where he stays with his 60 wives. Here one can get to see a large number of trophies that are made from animal skulls and the Shangnyu village here has a lot of wooden carvings.
These are the major places that one can visit when they are in Nagaland. For train reservations, one can always book online at IRCTC. And for train food parcel one can depend on the e catering services.