Dzuleke Village
Dzuleke Village
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Wanderer94
India24 contributions
Family
Dzuleke is that one place in Nagaland which you should not miss out on. The road might be a little tricky to get there but at the end, its all worth it.
Written 9 November 2019
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Ankur M
Ghaziabad, India195 contributions
Friends
A very beautiful place with all the greenery and peace. A must visit place in the region. An amazing place.
Written 31 July 2019
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Naro Pongen
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Friends
Small lanes but simply peaceful and your eyes are too busy once you enter this full stretched valley kind with luscious greenery, colours and admirable beautiful houses that you just wanna unpack and search more. Couldn't stay here longer due to time limit but I just wanted to get a glimpse of this so talked about village and hence I am looking for a second trip to Dzuleke, explore more and embrace more. This is a must place one should add on to their itinerary and Yes! I got to see Mithuns on my way back, grazing and drinking peacefully. Plus, few photos uploaded...my friends look pretty pumped up!
Written 31 May 2019
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Susanta Senapaty
Bangalore District, India15 contributions
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Dense jungles, never before seen flora, bisons grazing around lazily unperturbed by human activities, wind blowing hard against the trees and leaves creating the sound effects of a distant rumbling waterfall, transparent water running along the road, sunlight and clouds playing hide and seek in those lofty hills of Nagaland..... Welcome to Dzuleke, one of the best places ever created by nature and fortunately not yet destroyed by human.
Me and my partner in crime, Naresh were taken on a trip here by Pooja and Aka, against the usual advice of visiting Kisama village. And we will always be grateful to both Pooja and Aka for taking us to Dzuleke.
Each and every step to Dzuleke from Khonoma village is worthy of being a picnic spot.
Anyone visiting Kohima, pls don't forget to experience nature at its best in Dzuleke.
Written 15 March 2019
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Snigdhendu B
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Friends
Dzuleke..a word that resounds with the silence of the hills, of quiet sips from a piping hot tea cup as you watch the clouds playing hide and seek with your senses. Here we stayed at one of the beautiful little wooden cottages of two sisters who let out the top room and terrace for visitors. All the huts welcome you with smiling faces and flowers filling every corner. You find the hottest chillies in the world (Bhoot Jalokia) here and watch as men carry fresh crabs from the Dzuleke river and serve you a breakfast of aromatic Binni rice to die for. A stay that will stay etched in my memory forever.
Written 2 April 2017
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Ulrike R
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Friends
The road, especially when it's raining, is a bit tricky – but every pot hole / stone on your way is worth bypassing once you reach the Dzuleke Valley. We went up with the motorbikes. Colours and an ambient like in the European Alpes. We saw no one along the way yesterday ... except three bisons. On the way, just when you enter the valley, there are a few cottages where you can stay over night – if you know the owners. Peaceful. Quiet. Fra away from everyway ... Beautiful Nagalnd experience!
Written 30 March 2017
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