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Kohima Top Tourist Places Part III | Tuophema Tourist Village, Intangki Wildlife Sanctuary

Kohima Top Tourist Places Part III | Tuophema Tourist Village, Intangki Wildlife Sanctuary

Kohima Top Tourist Places Part III | Tuophema Tourist Village, Intangki Wildlife Sanctuary

In this article, we have discussed another two predominant Kohima Top Tourist Places. Take a glance at our collection. 

Intangki Wildlife Sanctuary:

Intangki Wildlife Sanctuary has been fascinating the tourists from all over the world with its rich biodiversity. The sanctuary is a habitat to a wide array of flora and fauna. The salient feature of the sanctuary is, it an abode for hoolak gibbon, the rare animal species.

Kohima Top Tourist Places Part III | Tuophema Tourist Village, Intangki Wildlife Sanctuary

Some of the famous fauna that you can easily find here include Palm civets, Tiger, Sloth bear, Wild dogs, Flying squirrel, Black stork, Monitor lizard, Python and more. While some of the dominant flora can be found here include Mahogany, Rattan, Bamboo, Pinus Khasyia, Pinus Caribiae, Palms, etc. In addition to that, the tourists can witness a varied variety of bird species here. 

Tuophema Tourist Village:

Tuophema Tourist Village is another fascinating location in Kohima. It is well known for its serene surroundings and scenic vistas. The visitors will be certainly delighted after witnessing the modern and hygienic accommodation in the traditional huts in an ethnic setting. You can get all the amenities beyond your expectations and imagination. 

Kohima Top Tourist Places Part III | Tuophema Tourist Village, Intangki Wildlife Sanctuary

As a part of it, the tourists offer a variety of traditional Naga cuisines like ghalo, which means pork and bamboo, rice beer and bamboo baked fish. I am sure the moments that you would spend in that village will be cherished for a lifetime. Plan a visit to the village during Angami Sekrenyi festival which is very popular and is celebrated in from 25th to 27th February, every year.