Tour overview


Dimapur, Dimapur is a city in Nagaland, India. It is the most populous city of Nagaland and also the most densely populated city in the state with an estimated population of about three lakhs at MC level. The city is the main gateway and commercial centre of Nagaland.

Kohima, Kohima is the capital city of India’s north eastern state of Nagaland. With a resident population of almost 100,000, it is the second largest city in the state. Originally known as Kewhira, Kohima was founded in 1878 when the British Empire established its headquarters of the then Naga Hills. Wikipedia

Tuophema, One of the most unique and endearing travel experiences you could have in the city is a visit to the tiny Tuophema Village, nestled 40 km away from Kohima. The beautiful village introduces travellers to the rich culture and tradition of Nagaland while they get acquainted with the unconventional ways of living followed by the locals. The pathways of this quaint village are dotted with a variety of wild flowers and cherry blossoms. Tourists can enjoy a comfortable stay in attractive huts and experience the incredible hospitality of the villagers. From relaxing over a cup of tea amidst breathtaking views to trying local cuisines or just interacting with the warm-hearted locals, Tuophema provides a one-of-its-kind experience to tourists. Don’t miss the surreal sunsets from the hill top while you are out for a stroll in the woods. One can also head to the village museum to know about the history of the region and admire some beautifully made craft items.


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Dimapur is one of the largest cities in Nagaland. It was the capital of the Dimasa Kachari Kingdom in the middle ages. You can go to Kohima which is located at 40 kms (2hrs 15min) drive from Dimapur. You can visit the Science Centre, Kachari Ruins, Green Park and Nagaland Zoological Park. After visiting all these places and enjoying the sightseeing at Dimapur return for an overnight stay.
Places Include:
Triple Falls: Located in Seithekima village and as the name says, these three glistening water streams trickling down from a height of 280 ft to a natural pool looks stunning.
Kachari Ruins: Kachari Ruins is famous for its monoliths . This is believed that the scattered stones and bricks are the remains of temples and embankments.

Zoological Park: The scenic park is situated at a distance of 6km from the city centre . The main motive to establish this park was to spread awareness about the protection of the flora and fauna. Also, but obvious, to protect them.

Science Centre: This is a different approach to introduce the miracles of science to the society. Nagaland science center is located behind Naga shopping arcade and is promoting creative learning through triumphant approaches.

Rangapahar reserve forest: Is one of the famous places of Dimapur known for its wild-life. Famous for its plants variety relevant to medicines. There is a variety of unique birds in this reserve and attracts many bird watchers to visit the place.

Chumukedima: Situated on the foothills of Naga Hills, is an ancient village located in the District headquarters of Dimapur, called Chumukedima. The village is famous for waterfalls.

Shiva Temple: Located in the region of Singrijan and certainly believed that it was built by villagers in 1961. Once, one of the villagers went to the Rangapahar Reserve Forest and found a stone which he sharpened it later with his knife later.

Diezephe village: The village is well known for its aesthetic handlooms and handicrafts and organizes various workshops. The craft and development society inaugurated a workshop which houses tools that could be used by the craftsmen.

Overnight stay at Dimapur.


Early morning After breakfast leave for Kohima. Kohima is the hilly capital city and the second largest city in the state. Kohima is the land of the Angami Naga tribe located in the foothills of Japfu range. You can visit the Catholic Church, Naga Heritage Village, Kohima War Cemetery, Nagaland States Museum etc. After enjoying the sightseeing at Kohima return to the hotel for the night.
Places Include:
Kohima War Cemetery: Kohima War Cemetery is a memorial dedicated to soldiers of the 2nd British Division of the Allied Forces who died in the Second World War at Kohima, the capital of Nagaland, India, in April 1944. The soldiers died on the battleground of Garrison Hill in the tennis court area of the Deputy Commissioner's residence.

Dzukou Valley and Japfu Peak: ocated some 25 km south of Kohima, Dzukou valley and Japfu Peak offer one of the most breathtaking landscapes of the continent. Nagaland is called the 'Switzerland of the East' and Dzukou valley and Japfu Peak provide solid proof to that moniker. Dzukou valley and Japfu Peak trek is an absolute must for all trekking enthusiasts.

Kohima Museum : Nagaland is truly an amalgamation of various tribes! The Kohima Museum portrays the traditions and culture of the many tribes of the state. The museum holds many unique artifacts related to different tribes of the region.

Kohima Zoo: The zoo houses the state bird, the rare Tragopan bird, and the state animal, the wild buffalo. The zoo is created on a hill and the hill has been beautifully used to provide natural landscapes for the animals.

Shilloi Lake: A beautiful foot shaped lake in the heart of the Patkai range of Nagaland, Shilloi Lake is a very picturesque destination with verdant valley surrounding it from all sides. The lake is considered very important by the folks of Latsum village as it is believed that the spirit of a holy child rests in the bottom of the lake. It is one of the reasons why no one fishes or uses the lake water for drinking and irrigation.

Naga Heritage Village: A village situated in the outskirts of Kohima, Naga Heritage Village in Kisama seeks to preserve and promote the culture and traditions of the Naga people. The name Kisama itself is an amalgamation of two Naga villages, namely, Kigwema (KI) and Phesama(SA) and MA (Village).

Overnight stay in Kohima.


Tuophema is just 50 km drive from Kohima. Touphema is a tourist village built in collaboration with the Nagaland tourism department. Here you get to stay in traditional Naga huts and enjoy the typical Naga way of life. This village has a community kitchen for the guests and they serve some really delectable traditional Naga dishes for the guests with traditionally brewed rice beer. enjoy the panoramic views from the village as you take casual walks along the lanes of this magnificent village.

Overnight stay in Tuophema.


As the journey winds up, you will driven from Khonoma to Dimapur. On your way, stop at the Pelekei Village, where you will witness the traditional salt preparation method. Post this, you will be driven to the Dimapur airport for departure.