Trekking in Nagaland


Situated in the northeastern part of India, Nagaland is an adventurous land. Offering ample trekking opportunities, it is a trekker's paradise. The hill areas and lush green surroundings make it a perfect place for trekking. The environment of Nagaland is salubrious, which provides a healthy atmosphere to the visitors in Nagaland.

Trekking through the demanding terrains of Nagaland with exceptional wealth of varied botanical species is simply outstanding. The route to each trek is a different experience altogether.

Let us know the major treks in Nagaland

Dzukou Valley

Tucked away at an elevation of? 2433.4 sq. m above sea level, Dzukou valley is a perfect trekking route. The gentle rolling hills of Dzukou valley offers tranquility to the visitors. For young trekkers and meditation groups, it presents a calm ambiance. Blessed with a rich ecosystem of bio-diversity, the rolling streams and undulating rivulets flow through the valley. During summer, the valley becomes a real garden of Eden with its rich variety of flowers. These include Lilium, Caltha palustris, Mackliniae, Euphorbias and Anemone revelries in full bloom.


Situated 115 km from Tuensang, 103 km from Mariani (Assam) and 70 km from Zunheboto, Mokokchung is an impressive location. It is also the cultural centre of the Ao Nagas. White water rivers of Milak and Tzula form a scenic view and offers ample opportunities for monsoon angling. This is also a perfect trekking haunt for the trekkers.


Lies only 36 km from Kiphire, this circle headquarters offer ample chances to enjoy trekking. From here, it takes 2 days to reach Saramati peak.

Mount Tiyi

Situated at an elevation of 1969.61 m from sea level, Mount Tiyi is a beautiful place. You can see the colourful Rhedodendrons on the cliffs and steep slopes. From the mountain peak, tourists can see a spectacular view of the valley down below.

Satoi Range

Satoi Range is the only remaining unspoilt forest that is left in Zunheboto district. Satoi Range is a place of untouched beauty. It is the natural habitat of the Blythe's Tragopan, a rare bird. During April and May, rare Rhododendrons can be seen here. It is a perfect spot for outdoor camping and trekking.

So, prepare yourself with the feel of adventure and enjoy this action-packed trekking in Nagaland.

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