Mokokchung is 162 Kms from Kohima via Wokha, 70 Kms from Zunheboto, 115 Kms from Tuensang, 102 Kms from Amguri (Assam) and 103 Kms from Mariani (Assam). Situated at an altitude of 1325 m above sea level, Mokokchung is a picturesque location and the cultural centre of the Ao Nagas. White water rivers of Milak and Tzula are of scenic interest has a lot of potential for monsoon angling. This is alos an ideal trekking haunt for the trekkers.
State : Nagaland, in the north eastern part of India.
Best Time to Travel : November to March.
Significance : A Pilgrimage Centre
Location : Situated in Kohima, the capital city of Nagaland in India.
The Catholic Cathedral in Kohima, Nagaland
This Cathedral is one of the biggest Cathedrals in the North-East and is an vital landmark in Kohima. The Cathedral also has the biggest cross in India made of wood.
The Cathedral was inaugurated on the day of the Un's day of settlement. The Cathedral at this p... read more
Dzukou Valley is tucked away at a height of 2433.4 Sq. Mt. Above the sea level on south-east of Kohima. Located about 25 km from Kohima, Dzukou Valley can be reached from different land routes via NH-39. The gentle rolling hills and undulating values of Dzukou valley offers solace & peace to any tourist from any part of the world. Dzukou Valley is a favourite destination of young trekkers and meditation groups. Dzulou is also blessed with a rich ecosystem of bio-diversity. The swirling streams and rippling rivulets... read more