A 21st century creation of Nagaland is the Hornbill festival, an event which is now getting known globally. A land engulfed in mystery, inhabited by vibrant people zealously guarding their culture – dancers, warriors, head-hunters; mountains, valleys, forests. The climate of Nagaland is nothing but perfect. With pleasant summers when temperatures do not average above 31o C and winters when they don’t average below 4oC, the place is a ‘perpetual holiday destination’. The best months to visit Nagaland are between October and May, when the landscape wears a green carpet and the flowers light up the skies with their bright hue.
Picture perfect Dzukou Valley is located on the border of Nagaland and Manipur, India. Kohima,..
Kohima is the hilly capital city of state Nagaland, India. Kohima is one of the most beautifu..
Phek is a beautiful hilly district in Nagaland, India. The land of rivers, lake and rolling hi..