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Nagaland is a world apart. Nature resplendent in all her full-bodied glory. Exquisitely picturesque, vibrantly colourful, all lush fertile, the land represents unimaginable beauty, created by nature, to take your breath away...

The Nagas, inhabitants of Nagaland, are said to belong to the indo-mongoloid stock, a race whose presence was first noted ten centuries before Christ, at the time of the compilation of the Vedas. Inaugurated on December 1, 1963 as the 16th state of the Bharat Union, Nagaland is bounded by Assam in the west, Burma on the East, Arunachal Pradesh & Assam on the North and Manipur in the South. The state consists of seven districts with sixteen tribes & sub-tribes inhabiting it. The Naga tribes are generally full of folklore. They are fond of seasonal songs, solo, duet and choric. Here man has to fight nature all the time. The struggle however, makes people tough. The people here are strongly built, simple, honest and hard working.


Location : Approximately lies between 25 deg 6' & 27 deg 4' latitude, North of Equator and between 93 deg 20' E & 95 deg 15' E longitudinal lines.

Altitude : 1495 metres above sea-level.

Main Rivers : Dhansiri, Doyang, Dikhu, Milak, Zungki and Tizu.

Highest Peak : Saramati (3877 metres above sea-level).

Area : 16,527 Sq. Km.

Population : 12,15,573 (according to 1991 census).

Density of Population : 73 persons per Sq. Km.

Capital : Kohima.

Districts : Kohima,Mokokchung,Mon,Phek,Tuensang,Wokha & Zunheboto.

Tribes : Angami, Aao, Sema, Lotha, Rengma, Chakhesang, Sangtam, Konyak,
Phom, Chang, Yimchunger, Khiamungan, Zeliang, Kuki and Pochury.
Climate (deg. C.) : Summer- Max.31, Min.16; Winter- Max.24, Min.4.

Average Rainfall : 250 Cms (100").

Clothing Required : Summer- Cotton Tropical, Winter- Heavy Woollens.

Languages Spoken : Nagamese, Local dialects, Hindi, English etc.

Best Season : October to May.


Domestic tourists visiting Nagaland require to obtain Inner line Permits issued by the Additional Deputy Commissioner, Dimapur; Deputy Commissioner, Kohima; Deputy Commissioner, Mokokchung and Deputy Resident Commissioner at Nagaland House, Calcutta, Delhi and Assistant Resident Commissioner at Shillong.
Detailed information can be had from the Directorate of Tourism, Nagaland, Kohima. Tel.: 607/2544. All foreign tourists desiring to visit Nagaland require Restricted Area Permit from the Ministry of Home Affaires, Govt. of India, South Block, New Delhi.


25 percent of the rent for accommodation in the Tourist Lodges is required to be paid in advance either in Cash or by Money Order at the time of booking. Generally, rent paid in advance is not refundable. Abyss Tours organize the accommodation facilities ad hotel reservation in Nagaland. But if anybody is unable to occupy the accommodation or shortens staying, the advance may be refunded or adjusted against the rent payable for the actual period of staying under certain circumstances.

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