Here are the top 7 tourist attractions to see in Mokokchung:

1. Longkhum

Must visit 3.5 /5

12 kms
from city center
1 out of 7
places to visit in Mokokchung

It is said that a single visit to Longkhum isn't enough. Your soul stays behind the first time and you have to return again to get it back. Such is the beauty of this place which houses the magnificent Rhododendrons atop the hillocks.

2. Ungma Village

3.2 /5

3 kms
from city center
2 out of 7
places to visit in Mokokchung

This is the second largest village in Nagaland and the oldest and largest of the Ao tribe reside here. Believed to be the birthplace of the Ao tribe, the natives of this village have taken extra precautions to preserve the Ao culture and tradition.

3. Langpangkong Caves

3.1 /5

7 kms
from city center
3 out of 7
places to visit in Mokokchung

These caves are situated between the valleys of Dikhu and Tzula Rivers. Towns Tuli and Changtongya are near these caves. Located in the midst of natural beauty in the Langpangkong mountain range, these caves are believed to have given shelter to an Ahom King.

4. Molung Village

3.2 /5

36 kms
from city center
4 out of 7
places to visit in Mokokchung

This village is known best for bringing Christianity to the Land of the Nagas. Lying in the Changkikong Range, there is a famous leechi tree which is believed to have been planted by the first American Missionary.

5. Chuchuyinlang Village

3.1 /5

18 kms
from city center
5 out of 7
places to visit in Mokokchung

This village is an epitome of natural beauty and also renowned for glorious celebrations of various tribal festivals. The famous Moastu Festival lasts for 3 full days and commences of 1st May.

6. Caves

3.1 /5

82 kms
from city center
6 out of 7
places to visit in Mokokchung

The caves of Peren, Fusen kei and Mongzu Ki are the well known yet unexplored caves of the region.

7. Moatsu Festival

7 out of 7
places to visit in Mokokchung

The Ao tribe of Nagaland celebrates the Moatsu festival with the idea of recreation and hope of a good harvest. It is celebrated after the sowing of seeds in the fields of the Ao people is complete, unnecessary greeneries are removed, and the houses are perfected with reconstruction. It means that the Moatsu festival is a festival of merrymaking observed after the traditional tiring works of the Ao tribe is complete for the year. The beginning of May is the time for the celebration of the Moatsu festival, and it is observed from the 1st of May, stretching the whole first week of the month. A traditional fire is set, and men and women of the Ao tribe gather around the fire to celebrate the festival.

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