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Reasons to Visit Kohima in Nagaland

Kohima the capital city in Nagaland is one of the must-visit places in all of North East India. When you plan a trip to Kohima make sure you spend at least two to three nights in the city to get an actual taste and flavour of the Naga life. 

1. Rich cultural heritage:

Kohima is home to various tribes, each with its unique customs, traditions, and festivals. Visitors can witness their rich cultural heritage through traditional dance forms, music, art, and handicrafts.

2. The Hornbill Festival:

Khonoma nagaland

It hosts the renowned Hornbill Festival, a week-long extravaganza celebrating the vibrant and diverse culture of Nagaland. This annual event showcases the indigenous tribes’ traditions, folklore, sports, music, dance forms, and cuisine.

3. Natural beauty:

Mokochung Nagaland

Located amidst picturesque mountains and surrounded by lush greenery, it offers stunning views and a peaceful ambiance. Visitors can explore beautiful landscapes, trekking trails, and enjoy the serenity of nature.

4. World War II history:

Kohima road sign board

It holds historical significance as it witnessed one of the bloodiest battles fought during World War II – the Battle of Kohima. The Kohima War Cemetery and the Nagaland State Museum provide insights into the history and sacrifices made during the war.

5. Adventure activities:

Khonoma Nagaland

It offers opportunities for various adventure activities like trekking, mountain biking, and camping. The Dzukou Valley, situated near Kohima, is a popular trekking destination known for its breathtaking natural beauty.

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6. Authentic local cuisine:

Nagaland local food pfutsero

Nagaland is known for its unique and flavourful cuisine. Kohima offers a chance to savor traditional Naga dishes like smoked pork, bamboo shoot curry, and various local delicacies.

7. Exploring tribal villages:

Village local khonoma nagaland

It serves as a gateway to experiencing the rich tribal culture of Nagaland. Visitors can explore traditional village life, interact with locals, and participate in village activities, adding an immersive cultural experience to their trip.

8. Khonoma Village:

Khonoma Nagaland

Located near Kohima, Khonoma is an eco-friendly village known for its conservation efforts and sustainable practices. It offers visitors opportunities to learn about the village’s unique traditions, heritage, and ongoing initiatives for nature preservation.

9. Ethnographic Museum, Kohima:

Fashion in Nagaland

The State Museum exhibits a wide range of artifacts related to Naga culture, history, art, and archaeology. It provides an opportunity to learn about the region’s diverse tribal communities and their way of life.

10. Photography and scenic views:

Pfutsero village view

Kohima’s natural landscapes, cultural festivals, and vibrant tribal attire offer ample opportunities for photography enthusiasts to capture stunning visuals and create lasting memories.

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