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Night Before Journey:

Travel to Dimapur Via train from Guwahati – 5 Hours Average.

Trip will starts after reaching Dimapur in the morning.


Day 1


1. Dimapur to Kohima via shared cabs – 4 Hours Average.
2. Kohima to Viswema buy another cab. Lunch at Viswema.
3. Vehicle will drop everyone at last motorable point in Viswema.
4. Trekking for 3 hours to reach the camping destination. Take rest and dinner.

Day 2

Explore the valley

Morning breakfast and then go to explore the beauty of the valley. Bath at natural stream. Lunch and dinner from us. Night stay in the camping.

Day 3

End of camping

Morning trek back to the last motor-able point. Lunch at Viswema or Kohima and then return to Dimapur where we board the train at 4.50 PM to reach Guwahati by 10 PM. Tour ends.

  1. Transportation to and fro Guwahati
  2. Camping in Dzukou valley
  3. Food
  4. Entry Fee
  1. Airline Tickets
  2. Bus tickets
  3. Train Tickets

Yes, of course Nagaland is safe through the years, there are no ongoing scuffle in Nagaland. But make sure where you are visiting. Get the Inner line permit, since Nagaland is situated and shares border with Burma, we require an inner line permit to visit such places.

By Air. The nearest Domestic Airport is Dimapur Airport from Kohima city, roughly 74 Kms from Kohima. ...
By Rail. The nearest Railway station is located in Dimapur, roughly 74 Kms from Kohima. ...
By Road. There are buses run by the Nagaland State Road Transport which ply between Dimapur and Kohima.

You can travel from Kolkata to Dimapur, in Nagaland by rail. The journey takes around 24 hours or more.

The only direct train that operates every day is:
15959 KAMRUP EXPRESS operated by Indian Railways.

It is situated at an altitude of 2438 m above sea level, behind the Japfü Peak located in Nagaland. This interesting valley looks like a mown lawn from a distance and is watered by two meandering streams viz Dzukou river and the Japfu river which often freezes in winter.

If not, then take a trekking trail through easy to moderate gradients to Dzukou Valley in Kohima, Nagaland. Dzukou Valley is nestled at an altitude of approximately 2438 metres above sea level at a distance of nearly 24km far from Kohima town.