Nagaland

Nagaland

The vibrant hills of Nagaland are home to some of the most distinct tribes of India. This small state bordering Myanmar to the east became part of the Indian Union as its 16th state in 1963, after a long-standing fight for independence. The capital of the state is the bustling town of Kohima.

Covering a total area of 6401 sq miles, Nagaland’s topography is defined by long stretches of rugged mountains, which arise from the Brahmaputra valley in Assam at a height of 2000 ft. Among its many peaks, the picturesque mount Saramati at an elevation of 12,552 feet is the highest – this is also the location where the Naga Hills merges with the Patkai Hills bordering Myanmar. Shrouded by dense clouds mostly, this region gets a very high amount of rainfall all year round.

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Aiers Enclave, named after its proprietor Ms T Aier, is a boutique guest house located in the heart ofDimapur town. It combines the ambience of a family home with the impeccable service of a hotel.Aier’s Enclave is a blessing for the weary traveller and despite being located in the heart of Dimapur, it is a haven for guests looking for peace and quiet and still wish to be close to some activity and excitement. The Hotel has 12 spacious rooms with huge bathrooms that have been done up in rich…
Accommodation in the border states of North-East India is expensive as compared to the rest of the country. The Heritage is a lovely budget hotel and is setup in one of the most picturesque areas of Kohima. Perched atop a hill, this lovely old colonial building is a great place to do a bit of unwinding. The staff are warm and welcoming and really know how to make their guests feel at home. They have also done a great job of ensuring the security. So much so that it’s quite…
Although not very expansive, the Niathu Resort is a beautiful place to stay in whether you are travelling for business or pleasure. They have beautiful little bungalows that are outfitted with excellent amenities and guests have a choice between choosing the entire bungalow or just the room on a single floor. While there aren’t too many activities to do in or around the resort, do use this opportunity to take a dip in their lovely swimming pool, have an early breakfast with the rising sun at your back or even…
Named after the Shilloi Lake in the district of Phek, the Hotel Lake Shilloi has been put together to beckon to all the travellers who pass by. Their grand rooms and staff make the guests feel welcome. The staff is also quite knowledgeable when asked for directions and guidance on what sights a tourist shouldn’t be missing out on. Despite being located close to the heart of Dimapur city, the hotel rooms are quiet and peaceful. The hotel is located at an easy distance from the city shopping areas, notable…
The De Oriental Grand is located near the Dimapur city centre and has a view to kill for. An oasis of peace on a busy bustling street of the capital of Nagaland, the De Oriental has large well-furnished rooms equipped with several modern amenities, including, kettles for making tea and coffee, flat screen televisions, etc. The hotel also has two meeting rooms that can be booked for boardroom meetings and seminars. They also provide a grand room to seat the differently abled comfortably. There is also ample parking space in…
The Razhupru Homestay is an old private bungalow dating back to the days of World War II. Converted into what is now officially a Heritage Hotel, Razhu Pru is located in the Historical Kohima Village and has a lot of old stories associated with it. Because of its age, the hotel is built using ancient wood and gives quite an insight into what it would be to live surrounded by old Naga traditions. The rooms are spacious and look out over the lush green mountainside. And if you want to…
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