Picture perfect Dzukou Valley is located on the border of Nagaland and Manipur and is a secret paradise in Northeast India. Dimapur near Kohima is the base to begin the Dzukou valley trek. . The rolling hills of Dzukou Valley, on the border of Nagaland and Manipur, are one of the highlights of India's Northeast and is one of the must visit places in India. Dzukou valley is Nagaland's most famous and spellbinding trekking destination. Dimapur has located approx 80km from Kohima, 282km from Guwahati, 342km from Shillong, 204km from Imphal, 267km from Itanagar.
Kohima is the hilly capital city of state Nagaland, India. Kohima is one of the most beautiful and fascinating places to visit in Nagaland. Situated at a height of 1500 meters, Kohima is endowed with picturesque landscapes. Enclosed by lush green hills and forests, Kohima makes an ideal place for trekking, camping and hiking. The nearest airport is Dimapur Airport at Dimapur about 74 kilometres (46 miles) away.
Phek is a beautiful hilly district in Nagaland, India. The land of rivers, lake and rolling hills, Phek district is truly one of the top attractions of Nagaland. Phek boasts natural beauty and a cover of thick forests in its district. Therefore, one of the best things to do in Phek would be to hike and trek to enjoy the stunning landscape. Phek is a treat for the nature lovers, the land of waterfalls, orchids and lakes. Located at 99km from state capital Kohima, 174km from Dimapur.
Shilloi Lake The biggest lake of Nagaland is located at Phokhungri Area, Under Meluri Sub-Divisi on in Phek District, Nagaland. Shilloi Lake is a very picturesque destination with verdant valley surrounding it from all sides. Shilloi Lake is shaped in the form of a human foot and is about four meters deep. The people of Nagaland believe that this lake which is the largest natural lake in Nagaland, has never has a case of drowning for a reason.