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This little township at an altitude of 2233.60m is like a gateway to Southeast Asia with reasonably good surface transport available from Kohima via a 70 km border road. The place is known for its vegetable and fruit products. The people here are known for their wrestling prowess and robust health. They live off agriculture and are known for their adeptness in terrace cultivation – the carved fields for such cultivation are a sight to behold.

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Glory Peak

At about 2600 metres above sea level, Glory Peak offers an astonishing and mesmerizing view which one can never forget. It is located in the district of Phek and is one of the highest mountains of Nagaland. This popular tourist attraction is majorly famous for not only its spectacular view of the mountains covered with lush greenery but also for its majestic view of the World’s highest mountain, Mountain Everest. The Peak is about 4 kilometers away from Pfutsero town


Khezhakeno is a village in the Phek District of Nagaland, India. It is a historical village of the Nagas. It is located at an elevation of 1660 meters (5,450 ft)  above sea level and shares its border with the Manipur state in the south. The village is 48 km from the state capital Kohima via NEC Viswema-Kidima-Zuketsa road and is 23 km away from its sub-divisional headquarter Pfutsero. Tso Tawo at Khezhakeno village is a flat stone called Tso Tawo which had been believed by the forefathers that if a basket of paddy is parched in the sun, it generates double fold.


Located 8 Kms from Pfutsero and about 80 kms from the state Capital, Phüsachodü is the biggest village under Phek District. Phüsachodü is believed to be the pathway for the warriors and therefore only the brave had settled over this ridge, for sporting of Headhunting. The simplicity and hospitality of the natives, rightly fulfils the requirement as host of a tourists. Village elders are not less enthusiast than the Tourists to guide and accompany them to various places of interest, giving answers to the queries. The Cultural troupe equally pleased to enlighten and cheer the visitors through cultural items and folk tunes, to break the loneliness of being in a strange land. These rich culture and traditions gets revived through each seasonal festival.

Read blog post: Pathway of Naga Warriors

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