September 19, 2021

3 Best Places to Visit in Phek

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Top Tourist Attractions in Phek


Phek District is located in the Indian state of Nagaland. The district is Nagaland’s seventh most populous and India’s 596th most populous, with a total area of 2,026 square kilometres. Phek is a hilly area with a diverse range of vegetation and wildlife. Tizu, Lanye, and Sedzu are the three major rivers in the area.
Shilloi, Chida, and Dzudu are three notable lakes, and Zanibou and Kapamodzu are two prominent hills.

Best Places to Visit in Phek

  1. Tso Tawo at Khezhakeno village
  2. Glory Peak, Pfutsero, Phek
  3. Shilloi Lake, Meluri, Phek

Best Time to Visit in Phek


How to Reach Phek


Phek town is 145 kilometres from Kohima, Nagaland’s capital, and 219 kilometres from Dimapur, the state’s commercial centre. Visitors visiting Phek have the option of flying or driving from Dimapur or Kohima to Phek. Phek is bordered on the south by the state of Manipur, on the west by Kohima District, on the north by Zunheboto and Tuensang districts, and on the east by Myanmar.

Means of transportation to reach Phek District

By Flight

Phek’s nearest airport is Dimapur, which is 75 kilometres from Kohima and 219 kilometres from Phek. From Dimapur, it is simple to fly to Phek.

By Road

Phek can be accessible by road from surrounding cities such as Guwahati, Dimapur, and Kohima, as it is connected to all of the cities in the area by an excellent road network.

By Train

The Dimapur Railway Station is the closest station to Phek. It is Nagaland’s primary railway station and the state’s only railway station, providing excellent access to the rest of the country. Despite the lack of train services in Phek, once you have arrived in Dimapur from Guwahati or other towns connected to Dimapur, you may easily reach Phek by traversing a few kilometres on the road via bus or cab.

Local Transport in Phek

The only mode of local transportation in and around Phek is by car.

Animesh Sharma

Animesh Sharma loves to travel to domestic and international places. He likes to explore unexplored and offbeat travel places in India and abroad.

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