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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Hotel Orchid is a moderately priced, comfortable property very close to the city centre of Kohima. Close to the War cemetery, the central market and the bus stop, the hotel is easily accessible by public transport and centrally located, much to the pleasure of tourists keen on exploring the sights and sounds of the city. The staff goes to great lengths to make the hotel run smoothly and the visitors’ stay a comfortable and relaxed one. Dining The in-house restaurant is known for itslocal Naga cuisine. One must not miss…
A NiathuGroup of Hotels and Resorts undertaking, Hotel Vivor is one of the biggest hotels in Kohima. With interiors done up in traditional Naga styles and the rooms equipped with all the basic modern facilities, the hotel is a great way to step back in the past with all the comforts of the present world. In case you’re visiting for work or celebrations, Hotel Vivor also caters for meetings and seminars in their conference hall as well as indoor and outdoor dinner parties. The hotel campus is big enough to…
Perched on the lush green hill that is Kohima, Hotel Ura has a wonderful view of the city and the surrounding valleys. Nature lovers can rejoice in the fact that the breathtakingDzuko valley is just about 10km away from the hotel. It is also located very close to the State Museum which gives a little peek into the traditional Naga world. Packed with modern amenities like free high speed wi-fi as well as free parking space, the hotel is a fun mix of the old and the modern world. In…
The Touphema Tourist Villageis one of the ancient heritage villages of Nagaland and is a wonderful recreation of a traditional AngamiNaga village. It is setup with cabins and rooms that have been built to look like traditional huts / cottage. Travelers who choose to stay here get an opportunity to get an insight into the Naga social system along with culture and governance by visiting the village. A short walk around the village can transport one way back in time when you see all around you how Naga tribes have…
A government hotel with all modern amenities, the Hotel Japfu is done up quite grandly in the theme of the bygone era. The varied price range ensures that hotel is accessible to all brackets of travelers. In addition to this, the hotel is also centrally located which ensures that there is plenty for you to do the minute you step out of the hotel. The shopping complex and the local markets are close enough to encourage quite a bit of shopping. So much so that you can expect your bags…
Nestled on the roof of Kohima, Hotel Grandeur really lives up to its name. One peek out of its windows and you will know why. Thanks to its height, the hotel has an uninterrupted view of the city of Kohima and the lush green valleys that surround it. Its comfortable rooms stocked with all modern amenities and the facility of room service allows you to soak in the laid back environment and unwind without interruptions. If you are a tourist travelling by car, ample parking space has been provided. If…
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