Nagaland, one of the states in North east India is famous for its exquisitely picturesque landscapes, the vibrantly colorful sunrise and sunset, lush and verdant flora. The land is home to 16 different kinds of tribes, known for their distinct and fascinating cultures. The traditional ceremonial attire of each tribe is in itself, an awe inspiring sight to see. Nagas by nature are lovers of fun and frolic and are hospitable towards the visitors. 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. 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.
Dimapur, Kohima, Mokokchung, Mon, Tuensang, Zunheboto are Nagaland travel destinations which are replete with numerous places of interest. Nagaland State Museum, Sales Emporium, Zoological park, Khonoma, Dzukou Valley, Japfu Peak, Dimapur, Shilloi Lake, Mount Totsu, Liphanyan Governor's Camp, Satoi Range are the major tourist attractions in Nagaland.