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Kohima, the most beautiful and wonderful place is the capital of the Nagaland. The Kohima district lies in the north eastern area of India and share its border with Burma. The extremely beautiful Kohima is surrounded by Himalayas and is categorized under the various hill stations of India. Kohima is one of the superb places to relax and get rejuvenated. The stunning aura and the fabulous climate of the district is what make Kohima an ideal place. The tribal people living in Kohima are very friendly and welcoming.

Kohima is one of the most impressive places with breathe taking landscapes. You can visit the hilly district of Nagaland through the Kohima travel and tourism. The more you get close to this place the more you will like it. The district celebrates the famous Hornbill festival where you can have a glance at the Nagaland’s culture and tradition. The Festival highlights include Traditional Naga Morungs Exhibition and sale of Arts and Crafts, Food Stalls, Herbal Medicine Stalls, Cultural Medley – songs and dances, Fashion shows, Flower shows and sales, Naga wrestling, Indigenous Games, Beauty Contest, Traditional Archery and Musical concerts. Various other things are also there that you can explore during the festival.

General Facts about Kohima
Location: North-Eastern India
Area: 20 km2 (8 sq mi)
Language: English
Climate: Humid Subtropical Climate
Major Attractions: Kohima Zoo, Kohima Museum Bara Basti, Naga Bazaar and Kohima War Cemetery
Ideal Time to Visit: October and April

Places to visit in Kohima
The charismatic Kohima is an important tourist place. Kohima Zoo and Kohima Museum are the places to explore facts and finding related to this place. Your visit to Kohima will be an amazing trip discovering new cultures and tradition. Other important places to visit in Kohima include Catholic Church on Aradhurah Hill from where you can have an awesome view of this lovely land. Bara Basti is Asia’s second largest village present in Kohima. Dimapur Ao Baptist Church, the Deputy Commissioners Bungalow and Kohima War Cemetery are the other special places to visit in Kohima.

Other than that, you can have fun of shopping some of the special things of Nagaland from the famous Naga Bazaar. The soothing land of Kohima has something for everything. The spell binding sceneries of this place are just to die for. Nature has its great blessing over the district. The captivating place is worth visiting again and again.

Climate of Kohima
Kohima is a pleasant place with not so cool winters and mild summers. The district experiences humid subtropical climate where the coolest months are December and January. It is the time when even snowfall occurs. The suitable months for visiting this astounding place are October and April.

How to reach Kohima

Kohima By Air: Dimapur Airport which is 74 km from Kohima is the place to reach for Kohima. The distance from airport to the main Kohima place is covered within 2 hours of drive through car or taxi.

Kohima By Rail: There is no direct station in Kohima. Dimapur is the nearest railway station to reach Kohima. The station is connected through direct trains with Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, and Chennai.

Kohima By Road: You can also opt for the bus facility available to the north eastern side of India. Both deluxe and normal options are available in them. You can reach to Dimapur and then drive through National Highway 39 that connects Kohima. It will take 2 hours to cover the distance of 74km. Kohima tour packages are also available for you to reach the destination.

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