Created as 16th state of India in 1963, this hilly state shares international boundary with Mynmar and is blessed with lush greenery and exotic natural beauty. Nagaland is yet to be fully explored for which tourism has plethora of scope for its improvement. Even then, with limited exploration of the facts in terms of natural beauty and nature’s reserves, the state has been magnificent. Thus, it can be well speculated about the magnitude of beauty of nature it has in its store for you.
Rich in folk culture, the exotic hill state is a home to 16 tribes and sub-tribes with distinctive costumes, jewellery and their cultures. Nagas are known for their fashion and their traditional costumes have been a source of inspiration to it.
For smooth functioning of administration, the state has been divided into 11 districts and each of these districts has extraordinary blessings of Mother Nature. To enjoy the beauty of nature from the closest point, your visit to this mesmerizing hilly state is a must. The place that will surely make you fully refresh, soothe your anxiety and let you touch the softness of nature with its salubrious weather persistent throughout the year.
Wokha in Nagaland has been named as the “Falcon capital of World” by a team of international ornithologists owing to congregation of over one million Amur Falcons near Wokha in Nagaland.
Before you plan for a trip to Nagaland, please arrange to get Inner Line Permit from any of the locations listed here.