Dimapur offers many things for travelers with all tastes. History nerds, culture buffs, adventure seekers, religious tourists, and nature lovers all will find something to enjoy and take with them some unforgettable and cherished memories.
Known to be the largest and fastest growing city of Nagaland, most travelers come to this city in transit because of the airport situated in the city but the gateway to Nagaland, Dimapur is an irresistible part of Northeast, and a must-visit travel places.
Here are the 5 Amazing Places To Visit In Dimapur:
1. Rangapahar Reserve Forest
Rangapahar Reserve Forest is a famous forest reserve of Nagaland that is nature’s bounty because it is blessed with serenity in its ambiance and has a beautiful landscape.
It provides shelter to various wild animals and serves as a perfect destination for spending a day’s itinerary. The place is known for its wildlife and there are various plants available that are relevant to medicines.
Apart from that, you will also see a variety of bird species which attracts a lot of bird watchers to the forest. The reserve forest is a perfect destination to visit with family or kids and offers it varieties of flora and fauna to the nature lover tourists.
So, nature lovers are you there? Please don’t forget to explore this wonderful reserve forest whenever you are in Dimapur.
2. Liphanyan Governor’s Camp
Located around 43 km from Dimapur, Liphanyan Governor’s Camp rests at the foothills of the mountainous Wokha district in Nagaland.
The camp is close to the Doyang River and gives an excellent view of the meandering ways of the river amidst the mountains and valleys. The Wokha peak and hills are all covered by timber forests, adding to the scenic beauty of the camp. The scenic beauty of this camp makes it a popular picnic spot for family, where you can enjoy adventure sports like rafting, river camping and angling.
While the river twists and turns through the mountains, you can witness the trees and forests of the place. Liphanyan Governor’s Camp is a safe place to visit while reconnecting with the wild nature’s way of life. So, don’t miss it.
3. The Tripple Falls
Located in Seithekima village and as the name says, The Tripple Falls – these three glistening water streams trickling down from a height of 280 ft to a natural pool looks stunning. These heart warming waterfalls are not only for sightseeing but the triple falls also serves as an exquisite spot for trekkers.
The Triple Falls are one of the prime tourist attractions in Dimapur where you can spend a day at this spot for a picnic and then plan an excursion tour to nearby places which will steal your heart.
The Triple Falls also offers a unique opportunity to stand in the middle of a waterfall where a level rock surface allows room to safely enjoy the views and cascading water.
The triple falls give an amazing view to the travelers and it is indeed one of the best places to visit in Dimapur. So, don’t miss out on visiting this stunning waterfalls.
4. Kachari Ruins
The Kachari Ruins are a set of ruins whose history dates back to the 10th century when they appeared during the Kachari civilization.
The ruins are a series of mushroom domed pillars that were created by the Dimasa Kachari Kingdoms that ruled before the Ahom invasion during the 13th century. It is a glory of the North East and the tourism department of Nagaland.
The purpose and origin of the pillars are mysterious; few of the pillars stand in full glory while others are crumbled down. It is also believed that a game similar to that of chess was played here with the mushroom shaped dooms.
You will have to enter through the entrance gateway to the ruins; the ruins are scattered widely within the premises and the greenery around is all owing to the overgrown tall grass and weeds. These ruins are definitely worth a visit and would allure you if you’re an art and history lover.
Located 14 km from Dimapur city, Chumukedima is a village that lies on the foothills of the Naga Hills. Situated in the foothills of Naga Hills, Chumukedima served as the first district headquarters of the then Naga Hills district of Assam during 19th century of British rule.
Several waterfalls adorn the beautiful hills of the Chumukedima village, an ancient village near Dimapur which is now being promoted as a must-visit tourist attraction.
Chumukedima is a tourist village on the top of a hill project giving bird’s eye view of the whole district of Dimapur and even of Karbi-Anglong District of Assam.
Many waterfalls are also located in and around this amazing village that you need to explore it for sure.