Nagaland Travel Guide

A scenic small state blessed with a rich culture and splendid natural beauty, Nagaland is located in the north eastern part of India.Nagaland that basically stands for the land of Nagas is a state that has always been home to some of the greatest warriors. A lot of soldiers in the army are found to be from this state. A major chunk of its population includes the Nagas and Kukis who are a lovely group of people. The locals are found to be simple people who enjoy in small little things of life. Their unique costumes and colourful festivals attract one and all. Tourists from all across the globe have a common opinion about the locals and that is they are welcomed with open arms. Kohima, the capital city of Nagaland is a blend of the modern lifestyle and the old world charm. Dzukou valley, Cathedral of Reconciliation and Bara Basti are some of the major attractions of the state.A number of tourists and explorers come to the state to take in some fresh air and admire some natural beauty. There is no doubt in the fact that this place as the ultimate destination for environmentalists, birdwatchers, researchers, photographers, artists and writers. Since so many people arrive here to avoid the hustle and bustle of city life.

How to Reach


Dimapur, at distance of around 75 km from Nagaland, is the closest domestic airport. Dimapur is well-connected to Guwahati and Kolkata. International travelers have to take connecting flights from Kolkata to Dimapur.


Nearest railway station is Dimapur, which is well-connected to Kolkata and Guwahati.


One can take a share taxi from Dimapur railway station (Rs 200) and reach Kohima. Direct buses also run daily between Guwahati and Kohima.

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