Kohima Tourism and Travel Guide
Humor – Kohima, a hill town in North-East India (Assam), 5000 feet above sea level in the middle of the Naga Hills, was from April to June 1944 the location of one of the most bitterly fought battles of the Second World War. Over theKohima course of 18 months, the British and Indian Fourteenth Army, under the command of General William Slim, had been building up
Rainfall in Kohima: 250 cm (June to September)
Climate of Kohima: Summer: 31 °C – 16 °C
Winter: 20 °C – 4 °C
Best Time to Visit: September to April.
How to Reach Kohima?
By Air: Dimapur (74 km) is nearest airport which is air linked with Calcutta.
By Rail: Dimapur also serves as the nearest railhead, and is connected with some major cities of India.
By Road: By road, Kohima is accessed by National Highway 39. Kohima is well connected by this road from Dimarpur.
Tourist Attractions: Polar cemetery, Museum, Japfu peak, Dzukou valley, Zoological Park, Dzulakive, Kohima Village, Khonoma and Pekan, War Cemetery, Government Sales Emporium, Cathedral.