The state of Nagaland has a lot to offer for a honeymoon package. It is one of the states in the seven sisters of India with beautiful locations and a lovely atmosphere. It doubles up as a secluded escape for the two of you to rejuvenate from all the wedding madness. Nagaland is also known as the ‘Wild East’. Today what stands is a symbol of a ferocious fight-back and survival from the World War Kohima incidents. Head to Kohima to discover the rich heritage and past of the state alongside famous memorial houses. Admire Nagaland’s natural beauty at the Shilloi Lake in Meluri. Meet and greet the distinctly interesting tribes of the Mokokchung area and the Khonoma Green Village. Get lost in each other even more alongside the stunning views of the Dzukou Valley and have your fairytale moment at the breezy Benreu.

So much to see and so much to do – but travellers planning to embark their Nagaland journey need to be wary of political tensions that keep making way in the state. The various tribes of each region are often at logger-heads causing disturbances for travel; hence it is advised to check whether Nagaland is at peace at the given time before booking. If you like the cold, winters here are beautiful (with snow on the highest peaks) however even for those tying the knot in summers, Nagaland is an excellent choice as temperatures range even then between 16 – 30-degree Celsius. Here are the nine best honeymoon places in Nagaland with images for your tour package.

Best Honeymoon Destinations in Nagaland With Pictures:

1. Dimapur:

Dimapur is the official gate of Nagaland. It begins every tour that traverses this State. Thus, acts as a prelude to everything that the state has to offer. It has a rich cultural heritage and thus boasts of several historical monuments. Also has several spots that are considered to be a nature lover’s paradise. The main romantic places to visit here are Kachari Ruins, Diezephe Craft Village, Rangapahar Reserve Forest / Zoological Park, Chumukedima Village, Dimapur Ao Baptist Church, Diphupar, Nicaraguan, Kuki Dolong Village, Green Park, Nagaland Science Centre, Medziphema and Ruzaphema. It is one of the best honeymoon destinations in Nagaland.

2. Kohima:

Kohima is the capital of Nagaland and the most urbanized city you’ll find here. However, despite having a bit of the urban hustle bustle, it continues to be a quiet town primarily. The main places to visit here are Dzukou Valley, Japfu Peak, Pulebadze Peak, Kohima War Cemetery, Deputy Commissioner’s Bungalow, Kohima State Museum, Kohima Zoo, Naga Bazar, Dzuleke and Tseminyu. It is one of the best honeymoon places in Nagaland.

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3. Mokokchung:

Mokokchung is the home of the Ao tribe. These are friendly and hospitable people, making this small district wonderful for a visit. The main places to visit here are Changtongya, Mokokchung Park, Mokokchung Village, Longkhum, Ungma and Chuchuyimlang.

4. Mon:

Mon houses the Konyak Nagas. These are tattooed warriors that are often associated with Nagaland. Mon thus, makes for an interesting visit. The main romantic honeymoon places to visit here are Longwa Village,Veda Peak, Chui Village (Basti) and Shangnyu Village. The folk tales and tribal stories you’ll get to hear by the locals here will have you enthralled in not time.

5. Meluri:

This is a small but beautiful town. The main honeymoon spots to visit here are Phek, Dzudu Lake,  Zanibu Peak and Shilloi Lake.

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6. Wokha:

A small beautiful town, Wokha is located in the lap of the state’s best mountains. It is a haven for all nature lovers. The main places to visit here are Doyang Hydro Project, Liphanyan Governor’s camp, Mount Tiyi, Doyang River, Water Pool, Totsu Cliff and Vankhosung. This is a quiet place which makes it one of the best honeymoon spots in Nagaland.

7. Dzukou Valley:

Located close to Kohima, this valley is one of the most beautiful places in not just Nagaland but the whole of India. It offers panoramic views that can be enjoyed will lolling about in the green meadows of the hills here. The main places to visit here are Khonoma and Japfu Peak.

8. Benreu:

Pristine and untouched, Benreu seems to have emerged from a book of fairy tales. The air here is fresh and the environment peaceful. Its quiet solitude makes your heart feel warm and relaxed. The main places to visit here are Peren and Mt. Pauna Tourist Village.

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9. Khonoma Green Village:

This village house belongs to the Angami tribe people. These people are the ones responsible for Khonoma acquiring the name of a green village. This tribe gave up hunting and started agriculture years ago and the result of their decision was this green town. The main places to visit here are Dzulekie, Ruzaphema, Intangki Wildlife Sanctuary and Khonoma Village.

All in all, Nagaland is not a bad choice for a honeymoon. It offers the perfect setting for a romantic getaway and for you to spend some time alone with your newlywed spouse, ensconced within mountains. So go romantic and cosy at this wonder of a place of Nagaland. What’s unique? The 16 plus culturally distinct tribes found across the different areas of the state. This adds to the diversity making the whole experience one of its kind. Explore the new customs, festivals and attires of these tribes. Enjoy alone time at luxurious stays surrounded by lush green valleys and mountain views. Follow the above bucket-list to plan your honeymoon, and we assure you, both of you shall gather beautiful memories to cherish for life. Do share your thoughts with us as your feedback only enables us to help our readers more effectively. We wish you tons of luck, love and togetherness on this new journey you’re about to embark together.


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