The picturesque state of Nagaland is located in the extreme North Eastern end of India. It is bounded by Myanmar in the East; Assam in the West; Arunachal Pradesh and a part of Assam in the North with Manipur in the south. The exquisitely scenic landscape, rich flora, fauna, rich traditional and cultural heritage, and serene amibence make Nagaland one of the most colourful states of India.
Tourism is one of the fast growing sectors in Nagaland. The breathtaking natural beauty and rich culture of Nagaland tourism draws thousands of domestic and international travellers every year. Dotted with undulating mountains, thundering rivers, and lush green forests, Nagaland tourism has lot to offer to adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers. One can indulge in trekking, rock climbing, camping, and river rafting, angling and other exhilarating adventure activities. Nagaland tourism Department conducts exciting long treks and tours with in and outside Nagaland. Nagaland tourism also provides various adventure equipments on loan on nominal payment. The Nagaland Tourism Guide available at Nagaland tourism reception center has all details about Nagaland travel destinations, famous treks, and many other important travel related information about Nagaland.
The best time to visit Nagaland is between the months of October to May.
Dimapur, Kohima, Mokokchung, Mon, Tuensang, Zunheboto are Nagaland travel destinations which are replete with numerous places of interest. Nagaland State Museum, Sales Emporium, Zoological park, Khonoma, Dzukou Valley, Japfu Peak, Dimapur, Shilloi Lake, Mount Totsu, Liphanyan Governor's Camp, Satoi Range are the major tourist attractions in Nagaland.
Travel to Nagaland by Air: Dimapur, the capital city of Nagaland has a domestic airport, which is regularly serviced by major airlines. The city is connected to the important cities like Kolkata and Guwahati by air.
Travel to Nagaland by Rail: Dimapur Railway Station is well linked to Guwahati, which is in turn connected to all major cities of India by important trains.
Travel to Nagaland by Road: A good network of roads connect Kohima to Shillong and Guwahati, which are important cities in Northeastern India. Other cities and towns of Nagaland are linked to Kohima by road.
Nagaland State Transport operates regular buses from Dimapur, to Kohima. Many private travel agencies run luxury buses connecting all the state capitals of North Eastern region. Mini Coaches, Jeeps, and unmetered taxies are also available at negotiable rates depending on the distances traveled.