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Mon brings to one’s mind, pictures of Chiefs, tattooed faces of Konyaks and muzzle loading guns which the ingenious Konyaks manufacture. It is 57 kilometers from Kohima via Dimapur and 280 kilometers from Dimapur. Mon headquarters, home of the Konyaks, was established at Chen and Mon villages land; being centrally located for the coronation of Angs (Chiefs).
It is an exiting experience to pay a visit to Ang’s house at Chui, Mon, Sheangha, Chinyu, Wakching nd Japoka. The most colourful festival of the Konyaks – Aoling Monyu is observed during the first week of April (1-3) and is spectacle worth a watch.
- Shangnyu Village
- Longwa Villge
- Chui Village
- Veda Peak
By Air – Mon to Dimapur is 280 kilometers. There are over 9 domestic flights per week from Dimapur and connects with 2 cities nonstop. Dimapur has the only airport in Nagaland. Indian Airlines plies four flights a week to Dimapur from Kolkata & Delhi. The airport is 70 kilometers from Dimapur.
By Rail - Mon to Dimapur is 280 kilometers. The nearest railhead is Dimapur, and the Northeast Frontier Railway runs a number of trains from Dimapur to Guwahati. Guwahati is well connected to the rest of the country.
By Road - Mon to Dimapur is 280 kilometers. Mon is well connected with Kohima by bus at a distance of 275 kilometers. Mon to Tuensang via Mokokchung is 377 Kilometers, Mon to Phek via Kohima is 499 Kilometers, Mon to Zunheboto via Mokokchang is 292 Kilometers, Mon to Wokha via Mokokchung is 294 Kilometers and Mokokchung to Mon is 222 Kilometers. State Transport run regular bus services between Dimapur and Kohima and also between all major towns and villages. Taxi service is also available at any time during the day. Private vehicles are also available.
This place is also called as the ‘queen of the hills’. This place is invariably a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers.
Kaziranga National Park is a Oldest and the most famous sanctuary in Assam bounded by the Brahmaputra river and the Mikir hills in the Golaghat...
Sundarban spreading over an area of 4, 120 square kilometers including water was measured to be 16,000 square kilometers some 200 years ago
Welcome to Visit North East North East Part of India is a travellers delight. North East India consists Indian states of Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim & West Bengal. Although West Bengal is officialy is not a part of North East India, but is the gateway of accessing Read More
Nathu La Nathu La pass is situated around 60 kilometers from Gangtok at an altitude of 4,310 meters / 14,140 feet. The road to Nathu La passes through the Tsomgo Lake is nearly 2 hours drive. The terms ‘Nathu’ and ‘La’ literally mean listening ears and pass respectively in Tibetan language. In 1961, Read More
Tsomgo Lake Tsomgo Lake or Changu Lake is famous tourist an attraction in Sikkim is nearly 42 kilometers from the state capital Gangtok. It is situated at an altitude of nearly 3780 meters / 12,400 feet. The Lake known as The Source of the Lake in Bhutia dialect is ideally located near the Nathu La pass. The lake Read More