Touphema Village

Open Time : Open 24 hrs

Entry : free

Address : Tuophema, Nagaland, India

Why to visit Touphema Village

Touphema village, roughly a hundred kilometres from Dimapur, is a beautiful testimony to Nagaland's history, culture, and inhabitants. Staying in the village educates you so much about country life, especially Naga culture, that it becomes an adventure in and of itself. It is a well-deservedly popular tourist destination in Nagaland.
To get the most out of the event, make sure you book ahead of time. Traditional Naga activities such as folk dances and the recital of folk tales are among the attractions, in addition to the accommodation and food.
The closest airport is at Dimapur, which is well linked to Kolkata and Guwahati by flights. The closest rail station is at Dimapur, which is linked to other important North-East and national cities.

Location: Approximately 34 km from Kohima

FAQ on Touphema Village

Is Touphema Village home to a restaurant?

There are no restaurants or eateries, so visitors must eat cuisine prepared by locals, which includes Naga specialities such as Bamboo Baked Fish, Ghalo, and Rice Beer.

In Touphema Village, what can we get?

Tourists can choose from a variety of items such as ornate spears, Naga shawls, bamboo works, hand-woven shoulder bags, table mats, tribal jewellery, woodcarvings, and more, all of which make excellent gifts and can also be displayed at home.

When is it best to go to Touphema Village?

The winter season begins in November and lasts until February. This is thought to be the finest time to visit Touphema village and learn about the Naga way of life. Traveling and viewing are made easier by the lack of constant rain.

How long should you spend at Touphema Village?

Touphema Village can be visited for no more than 1-2 days.

Special Tip

Puliebadze, Dzuleke, Razhü Point, and the Nagaland State Museum are just a few of the nearby attractions. Also, if you're staying in the village, remember to bring your clothing and towels.

By Mehrosh Shamim

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