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Top Attractions


War Cemetery:  

War Cemetery is one of the most important landmarks of Kohima attracting a lot of tourists. Dedicated to the brave soldiers who lost their lives in the Second World War, the cemetery comprises around 1420 marked graves. The cemetery has in its vicinity 1,100 British burials, 5 Canadian and 330 Indian burials. The Kohima War Cemetery attracts a large number of tourists and historians alike making it one of the most well known locations of the city.


Kohima Museum:

Kohima Museum is home to some of the most ancient tribal artifacts attracting a large number of tourists. The museum dedicated to the diverse social and cultural habitat of the various tribes of the Nagaland region houses precious stones, age old utensils and farming gadgets making it a rich hotbed of ancient creations. The museum has a dedicated section devoted to bamboo handicrafts and buffalo horns used by the ancient tribes of the region. The museum also offers literary insight to the pidgin language invented by the Naga tribes.


Dzukou Valley:

Dzukou Valley is the most important trekking designation of Kohima. The trekking trails at Dzukou valley is adorned with picturesque greed stretches including beautiful mountain ranges and rivers. Located at an altitude of 2438 meters above sea level, the valley with its diverse flora and fauna and magnificent trekking trails attract tourists and adventure lovers alike.


Naga Bazaar:

Naga Bazaar is one of the famous shopping hotspots of Kohima. Famous for being a hub of trading, Naga Bazaar offers livestock trading with various tribal women selling indigenous handicrafts and poultry products. Various Spices and herbs used in Naga cuisine form an integral part of the Naga Bazaar marketplace. The Bazaar attracts a large number of traders and tourists alike.


Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary:

Intangki Wildlife Sanctuary offers tourists a great insight to the flora and fauns of the Naga region. The Wildlife Sanctuary is also home to hoolak gibbon considered to be one of its kinds in India. Spread over an area of 202 sq km, this sanctuary is a birdwatcher's paradise with many rare breeds including hornbill, common pheasant, and black stork flocking the sanctuary. Intangki Wildlife Sanctuary attracts a large number of tourists all through the year.


Japfu Peak:

Japfu Peak is the second highest peak of Nagaland located at an elevation of 3048 meters. The peaks attract a large number of tourists and nature lovers virtually all through the year. Japfu peak is also home to the famous rhododendron tree, which is around 130 ft tall with an 11 ft girth registering its name in the record books. From its exquisite flora and fauna, Japfu peak is one of the most widely visited regions of Kohima.


Catholic Church:

Catholic Church is one of the biggest churches in the north-east India attracting a large number of pilgrims and tourists. Built in 1948 by the Sisters of the Missionaries, the Catholic Church located at Aradhurah Hill region is known for its exquisite British style of architecture. The church conducts a weekly mass on Sundays attracting a large number of pilgrims and devotees offering prayers to the love and service of God.


Kohima Zoo:

Kohima Zoo also known as Kohima Zoological Park is one of the prime tourist attractions of Kohima. Home to various rare species of birds and animals, Kohima Zoo is famous with nature lovers as a bird watching paradise. Various camping excursions and Jungle Safaris are conducted in the area of the Kohima Zoo attracting a huge interest from adventure tourists. Located amid beautiful hills and serene natural habitat, Kohima Zoo is also home of the wild buffalo commonly known as Mithun besides golden Langur's and tragopan birds.



Mokokchung is the home of AO tribes. This place remains at an altitude of 1350 m above sea level. It is very interesting to visit this place especially to know about the curious tribal culture and way of living. Their harvest festivals like ‘Moatsu’ and ‘Tsungrem Mong’, which occurs during the months of March and August will be interesting.