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Tourism in Nagaland

Popularly known as “The Land of Festivals”, Nagaland is a vibrant hill state located in the extreme North East India. The panoramic setting of the lofty ranges of the Naga Hills makes Nagaland an ideal place for the development of adventurer and Eco Tourism. Nature has bestowed Nagaland with unique beauty, splendor with its flora and fauna, splendor scenario, lusty green carpeted valleys, glimpses of mountain peaks, hospitable and smiling people, diverse ethnic cultures and heritage. Nagaland commands immense possibilities of developing tourism industry. It has natural beauties and a lot of cultural and heritage implications to attract tourists. Besides, the Nagas are amiable by nature and hospitable guests, which are the primary requirement for tourism industry to flourish. The climatic condition is such that, tourists from any part of the world, and have the climate best suited for them. Rural settlement is also another way to attract tourist form advanced countries who like to spend leisure time in rural areas peacefully. As the cost of living in Nagaland is very low tourist can enjoy many facilities with low cost. Nagaland is also endowed with a store of house antique art & cultural Heritage. All these features prove to be a great attraction to domestic tourist and foreigners from different parts of the world. The state is naturally gifted having all sorts of destination and circuits required from the tourists. It provides natural and trekking tourism, eco-tourism and wilderness tourism, village / rural tourism, adventure tourism and festival tourism like Skrenyi, Moatsu, Tsungremong, Tulini, Ahuna, Mong Mong, TokhuEmongetc,. Some important lists of tourist attraction are:

a) The State Museum in Kohima
b) The War Cemetery in Kohima
c) The Cathedral In Kohima
d) The Ruins of the Medieval Kachari Kingdom
e) Triple falls in Dimapur
f) Liphanyan Governor’s Camp
g) Saramati Mountains in Kiphire District
h) Dzukou Valley
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