Nagaland, the land of hospitable and hot Nagas, is located in the corner of India’s northeast Myanmar border. It has always created awe and surprise in the minds of people including visitors. Although most Nagas have become Christians now, they still preserve the remains of their early animistic culture and ancient traditions. Toofema Tourist Village Historically, Naga has always been a brave warrior. They consider the safety and security of their guests as an honor and prestige and will never allow any harm to their guests / visitors. Topographically, Nagaland is a hilly region with a pleasant and salted climate throughout the year, except for a small area in mountainous areas. Naga belongs to the caste, Mongoloid stocks and groups of Tibboo-Burman languages speak. But English and Hindi are widely spoken and language is not a problem in Nagaland.
Best Time to Visit
Nagaland consists of mountains and rivers, and this dictates its climatic conditions. The state sees high rainfall and humidity and this season is usually avoided by tourists because it is common to have landslides and road blockages during this time. Summers are cooler than the rest of India because of the high altitude and is ideal for visiting the forests and mountains of Nagaland. Winter is the preferable season since temperatures are low to moderate and touring the cities during this time is an absolute breeze.
How to Reach :-
BY AIR – Dimapur, at distance of around 75 km from Nagaland, is the closest domestic airport. Dimapur is well-connected to Guwahati and Kolkata. International travelers have to take connecting flights from Kolkata to Dimapur.
BY RAIL – Dimapur has a railway station on the main line of the North east Frontier Railway. It is well connected to Guwahati, with a number of trains that shuttle between the two stations every day.
BY ROAD – All important towns and villages in the State are connected by the Nagaland State Transport Services (NST). NST also operates a Night Deluxe service from Dimapur to Guwahati, Shillong, Mokokchung. Nagaland have a good connectivity through National Highways and State Highways. A number of taxis ply from Dimapur to Kohima. Night buses connect Dimapur and Kohima to Guwahati and Shillong (Meghalaya).
Enjoy your Vacations!!!