The hilly state of Nagaland, located in the North Eastern region of India is considered to be a picturesque zone, with mountains and valleys all over its periphery. From a distance, one can notice tiny radiant houses assembled sublimely on the mountains along with the bustling streets and towns, which culminates into an eye pleasing sight.
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The streets and towns itself can be a delight for the people coming in from plain areas, but there is much more scenic beauty which Nagaland has to offer. In this article, India Today NE has identified a list of the less explored places in the state which needs to be on your itinerary for your next visit. These places are definitely worth the bumpy ride and chilly weathers. Nagaland, after all, is home to every curious traveler.
1. Dzuleke Village, Kohima.
Dzuleke is a quaint village located in the state’s capital: Kohima. This spot is a favorite for the local people living in the towns due to its lush greenery, irresistible beauty, pleasing weather and charming huts. With a population of not more than 200, this village is also known for the warm hospitality provided by its residents.
It is definitely worth exploring this village for a noteworthy experience, if you ever come by Kohima. The unaltered nature of Dzuleke awaits your presence.