If you’re looking for the perfect getaway this weekend, we’ve got you covered! We’re talking about Dzuleke Village, nestled in the mountains and covered in lush green forests. A well-known place, this quaint village is certainly every traveler’s paradise! Abundant in flora and fauna, the village is surrounded by looming mountains covered in mist, scenic landscapes, wildflowers, the streams, adorable home-stays, the farmland. This picturesque place is a treasure trove for photographers or photography enthusiast.
Located about 10 kms away from Khonoma village, Dzuleke in Nagaland
Most of the houses here are surrounded with colorful begonia and geranium flowers. If you’re in the mood for a sightseeing trip, picnic, camping or just to take a short break from the mad rush of life, Dzuleke is the best bet for you to unwind. Trust us when we say that every sight of this place is a feast to the eyes. Although, the road to Dzuleke can be quite challenging but it is worth every bit of the adventure.
Tourists stopped for sight-seeing on the way to Dzuleke
People enjoying the nature as they stroll through the road at Dzuleke
The foot bridge made out of woods at Dzuleke
Hosting a picnic with your friend is a good option here as you will find many gorgeous picnic spots. There are a number of home-stays, so you always have options to get scrumptious organic meal and eat fresh from the farms!
Tourists having a picnic besides the stream of Dzuleke
The beautiful scenery and river that flows through Dzuleke village
A foot-bridge that leads to a perfect picnic/camping spot
Dzuleke is also an ideal spot for camping. You will often find locals and tourist alike, camping and enjoying the pristine stream, clean air and waking up to breathtaking views.
The people of Dzuleke take pride in preserving their forest as much as they can. Hence, hunting is not allowed here. A popular myth suggests that a goddess of animals and birds lives in the forest of Khonoma by the name, Chiikhie-U. Her face is shown in the deep forest and her form of expression changes depending on the actions of the locals in this area. In order to make her happy, the locals have decided to do away with the culture of hunting. And also, cutting down of woods unnecessarily. Since then, the people of Dzuleke also do their part in preserving the rich flora and fauna of this area.
An up-close image of goddess Chiikhie-U at one of the mountains in Dzuleke
The pleasant evening scenery of Dzuleke
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