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Living in Kohima, Nagaland:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Kohima, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Kohima what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Kohima town is in a hilly area. A person who plans to move to Kohima should know that it is cold for most of the year. There is water scarcity, so they must first check about it before moving in. Apart from these two main factors, Kohima a beautiful place to live in. The people are hospitable and friendly. Above all, it is a safe place to live in.

Come prepared to experience all four seasons of a year in a single day. Weather is unpredictable but you will find the warmest people around. Nagaland is a hilly place with beautiful tribal people, beautiful places and even more beautiful heart and souls.

Vihaan, says: 2020

Kohima is a very peaceful place, it is full of plants, trees, animals, flowers etc which makes it a good place. World war two took place in my city, so there is a war cemetery which attracts almost all tourist. It is a good place for whoever wants to visit for vacation etc. There is an annual festival called Hornbill, which is celebrated in December. In this time of the year many foreigners visit my city.

Tejashree, says: 2020

Kohima is very crowded and the public hygiene is not great at all. Although, there are beautiful places to explore such as beautiful rainforests and great wildlife to track. The people in my city are also very friendly and they are open to making friends. I would totally recommend people visit Kohima.

Deepak, says: 2020

If anyone moves to Kohima, know the roads here are narrow, bumpy, and not the safest. The people here are warm and kind but at the same time can be a little discriminatory towards outsiders. We have a hilly terrain and the land is not the most stable, hence prone to landslides during monsoon. We do have a wonderfully pleasant weather throughout the year and you will like it here once you get over the initial hiccups.

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