India | Nagaland


Pfutsero, the highest town in Nagaland, is located in Phek District at an elevation of 2,133 m above the sea level. The predominant inhabitants are Chakhesang Tribes. The languages spoken are Khezha and Chokri. Agriculture is the main occupation and rice is the crop cultivated. Climatic is cold through most part of the year. This help in growing vegetables and fruits, especially apples, in abundance. Glory Peak, which offers the majestic views of Saramati and the towns of Zunheboto and Tuensang, is one of the major attraction. Leshemi boasting an ancient temple and Chobama with Miracle Cave are among the prominent villages nearby. Zanibu Lake and Japanese Cave (3 km away) are worth visiting. Sukrunya and Tsukhenyie that fall on the months of January and May are the prime festivals. A 70 km border road connects Pfutsero to Kohima (145 km.) The nearest airport and railhead are in Dimapur.

Updated on 10th August, 2014
District: Phek


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