Nagaland the land of festivals

By Ashish Tiwari

Nagaland is known for its unique culture, history, and beautiful landscapes. It is also famous for its delicious and diverse cuisine. Here are some of the best places to visit in Nagaland for food and travel enthusiasts:

Kohima: The capital city of Nagaland is a must-visit destination for its delicious street food, such as smoked pork with bamboo shoot, akhuni chutney, and the famous Naga King Chili. You can also enjoy traditional Naga meals at local restaurants and cafes.

Dimapur: This bustling commercial hub of Nagaland is known for its street food culture. Try out some delicious Naga-style momos, chowmein, and other street food delicacies in Dimapur.

Tuophema: This village is known for its traditional Naga cuisine, which includes smoked meats, bamboo shoot dishes, and fermented soybean curries. You can experience the traditional Naga lifestyle and cuisine by staying in the village guesthouse.

Khonoma: This village is known for its organic farming practices and offers delicious farm-to-table food. The village also has a community-based tourism initiative where visitors can learn about Naga culture, history, and cuisine.

Jakhama Village: This village is located about 15 km from Kohima and is known for its traditional Naga cuisine. You can sample local delicacies like smoked pork with yam leaves, boiled vegetables with bamboo shoot, and fish cooked in banana leaf.

Dzukou Valley: This beautiful valley is known for its trekking trails and stunning landscapes. You can enjoy traditional Naga meals at the local homestays and campsites in the valley.

These are just a few of the many wonderful places to visit in Nagaland for food and travel enthusiasts. Make sure to try out the local cuisine and indulge in the unique flavors of Nagaland during your visit.

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