The North-East Cultural Centre : The North-East Cultural Centre preserves the various cultural heritage of the North-East in a small but well organized museum. Cultural festivals are also held from time to time.
Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary : The Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary is just 37 kms.away from Dimapur. It is under the protection of the Forest Department’s Wildlife wing. The Department is maintaining a small sanctuary rest house for those inclined towards solitude.
The Ruins Of Medieval Kachari : Dimapur was the ancient capital of the Kachari Kingdom. A small footprint of this megalithic culture still exists. The monoliths represent the elaborate rituals of the cult of fertility.
Nagaland Handloom & Handicrafts : The Nagaland Handloom & Handicrafts owns a reputation for its handloom and handicraft products. The beautifully hand woven shawls of various tribes, Naga mekhelas, Naga hand bags, exquisitely and intricately designed, have won world-wide appreciation.
The Kohima War Cemetry : The Kohima War Cemetry is a symbolic memorial raised as a citation for the supreme human sacrifices made by the officers and men of the allied forces, to halt the tide of the Japanese onslaught during the Second World War. The cemetery is beautifully and meticulously maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
The State Museum : The State Museum is a bird eye’s view of the fifteen colourful tribes at close quarters. The historical artifacts, the ancestral weaponry, the Naga currencies of old, the attire of warriors..in short, the entire Naga traditional lifestyle have been depicted in dioramas.
The Dzukou Valley : It is tucked away at an altitude of 2438.4 metres above sea level. From June to September, the entire valley is a carpet of wild flowers, the crystal clear water of the stream leisurely meandering through the valley offers an unforgettable experience. The numerous low cluster of hillocks surrounding the vale, contains some cosy natural caves and rock overhangs, ideal for camping.
The Japfu Peak : The Japfu Peak is scaled at 3048 metres above sea level. It would be what the doctor ordered for the adventure lovers and trekkers. The expensive vista of natures beauty more than compensates for the effort put in.
The Zoological Park : The Zoological Park offers you a glimpse of the fauna of Nagaland. The rare Blythe’s Tragopan, believed to be on the verge of extinction, is being reared here in captivity. Nagaland also boasts of more than 360 species of orchids.
Dimori Cove : Dimori Cave is a small resort run by private entrepreneur. It serves local/Chinese or other Indian dishes. A small swimming pool has also been developed. This establishment is 6 kms. away from Kohima, on the NH 39 towards Manipur.