3N/4D Breathtaking Dzukou Valley Package | Nagaland 2024

4 Days

Why you should take Dzukou Valley Package ?

The Dzüko Valley is a place located in borders of the state of Nagaland and Manipur in the Southern Angami region of Northeast India. This valley is well known for its natural environment, seasonal flowers and flora and fauna. It is situated at an altitude of 2452 m above sea level. Major flora found in the valley is the strong bamboo brush, but the main feature is the plethora of seasonal flowers that bloom every summer. Two freezing cold rivers, Dzukou and Japhu, flow through the valley, crossing each other’s paths and adding to the overall splendour of the place.

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Dzukou Valley Trek

The Dzukou valley trek is an easy to moderately difficult trek which is suitable for any healthy person. It is one of the finest valleys and an iconic natural tourist site in Northeast India. Although the best season to visit is from October to May, even the monsoon season, which is from June to September, is great for visiting . Around that time, you may expect to see colorful and fresh seasonal flowers like the Dzukou lily, which is indigenous to Ngaland, aconitum, euphorbia, and multi-colored rhododendrons blooming all over the valley. Fauna including the Asian golden cat, the Hoolock Gibbon, the Dzuko Valley horned toad (Megophrys dzukou), several other species of animals like the clouded leopard, the Asiatic black bear, the capped langur are found.

Dzukou valley Package
There are two ways to get to Dzukou Valley. The route through Zakhama Village is shorter, steeper, and more challenging, and is normally preferred by experienced hikers. Viswema Village is the lengthier route, which has relatively easier ascents and descents.

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Dzukou Valley Trek Summary

Tighten your seat belts as you are going to ride through a very dusty and broken roads towards your most awaited destination from where you’ll start the trek to Dzukou Valley. Well after climbing up to the base point you’ll be thrilled to see a surreal view in front of you and from that point the trek to the Dzukou campsite will start where you’ll pass through the valley, crossing a number of hills while feeling that peaceful breeze. You’ll be cold by the time you reach the campsite but don’t worry the bonfire will be ready to warm you up. Have dinner and sleep tight and wake up to a dreamy view. You’ll trek into the heart of valley and it will be quite the experience we assure you. The river flowing through the valley, the seasonal flowers and the magical view will make you speechless. Enjoy your time fullest in Dzukou Valley and then get back to your campsite, have your lunch and rest while you watch the most beautiful sunset of your life. In the evening , create unforgettable memories, sitting beside the fireplace and singing at top of  your voice. Have your dinner late and take rest for the next day you have to bid goodbye to the majestic valley and trek back down to Kohima. It’s time that you say farewell to Nagaland but before that make sure to buy some Naga souvenir to make yourself remember everything.

When To Plan Dzukou Valley Trek

Dzukou Valley Trek can be done for through out the year. But to get the best view you should do it between June to October .  But the trek is not same in every month .

In June

From April to August you will get the most beautiful view of Dzukou valley as the Dzukou Lilly Bloom . Moreover the whole valley become green as the rainy season starts.

Photo By Arindam Saha

In September to November

During this period the valley is less greenish and become dull. The view is still great and you can do camp easily nearby the basecamp.


• You will be boarding your train to Dimapur from Guwahati at 11:30 pm. Meet and greet your fellow travellers and start your journey

• You will be picked up by our representative in the station and he will take you to Kohima. Have your breakfast on the way.
• Once you reach Kohima, explore the prominent tourist places of the city. Visit Kohima war cemetery and then the Kisama heritage village where hornbill festival is organised every year. You will see all the traditional houses of all the 17 tribes of Nagaland.
• Check-in at the homestay in Jakhama and settle down. Explore the village and its terrace paddy fields. Have lunch and rest a bit.
• In the evening, engage with some fun conversation with the owner to know about Nagaland and share your stories with your fellow travel mates.
• Have dinner and rest for the night.

• Once you finish your breakfast, pack your bags, pick up your tents and sleeping bags and head to the Dzukou trek point via viswema.
• Reach the first base from where the actual picturesque valley starts. Rest a bit and have your packed lunch there. Resume your trek. It will take approximately 3-4 hrs from there to reach your campsite/dormitory.
• As you reach the site, pith your tents. It’ll be cold. Your guide will prepare dinner for you. Join him in the kitchen and engage in story telling or fun conversation while warming up yourself from the fireplace.
• After dinner, settle down for the night. You can also engage in star gazing if you find a clear sky. It’ll be a perfect moment if you are an astrophotographer.

• Wake up to chill morning. This morning is going to be magical for you because you may witness a valley covered with a blanket of white clouds.
• After a good breakfast, take a small backpack with some snacks and water and head down to the heart of the valley. Crossing the river , head up to the top and relax watching the rolling hills of the valley.
• Come back quickly to your campsite and bid goodbye to the valley with a promise to come again.
• Trek down by Jakhama and reach the homestay. Have lunch and drive to Dimapur. Your trip comes to end with a lots of cherish-able memories. Board your train at 11:30 pm and reach Guwahati by 4:30am.

Includes and Excludes


  • • Camping/Dorm Stay
  • • Trek
  • • Sightseeing of Kohima city and Kisama
  • • 2 Lunch
  • • 1 Dinner
  • • 3 Breakfast
  • • Private car and guide
  • • Pick up and drop from Dimapur- Kohima- Dzukou trek point- Dimapur
  • • Full safety & precautions
  • . Train From Guwahati-Dimapur-Guwahati
  • . ILP ( Inner Line Permit)


  • ● Airfare charges
  • ● All food & beverages cost apart from the ones mentioned above
  • ● Trekking shoes and clothing (Any personal equipment)
  • ● Any camera fees
  • ● Hotel & driver tips if any, (since the locals earn low wages, your tips can show your appreciation)
  • ● Entry ticket fees to Museums, Parks, etc.
  • ● Any personal expenditure (Toiletries, medicines, etc.)
  • ● Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight/train cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
  • ● Anything not specifically mentioned under the head "Inclusions”
  • Emergency expenses such as expenses on chartered helicopter.

Things To Carry

These are the important items you should carry during the trek. Other than this Oddessemania team will provide you the necessary items required during the trek.

1.  4 Pairs of clothing (t-shirt + trousers)
2.  Sun Cap, Face Mask/Buff
3.  Raincoat/Poncho
4.  Normal Jacket 
5.  Woolen Socks
6.  Thermal wear
7.  Hand gloves
1.  Small Backpack (during trek use)
2.  Trekking shoes
3.  Sunglasses
4.  Sunscreen at least 40+SPF
5.  Lunchbox & Spoon
6.  Water bottle & Mug
7.  Energy bars, energy drink
8.  Extra cloth Bags for wet clothes
1.  Prescribed Medicine
2.  Camera + Charger + Power bank
3.  Cold Cream
4.  Personal sanitization & essential toiletries
5.  Mask, Id card and Medical Certificate

Yes, Dzukou Valley is a safe trek to do. Prepare yourself and get all the details you want before starting this trek as it will help you to know more about it.

Then also Oddessemania Team has listed some factors for safety –

Altitude Wise-

Dzukou Valley lying at an elevation that exceeds 2,400 metres above sea level, is a fairy-tale landscape of rarely paralleled magnificence and grandeur.

It starts from Kohima at an elevation of 1,444 m and ends at Dzukou Valley 2,400 m. Oddessemania team helps you get acclimatized on the first day of the trek so that you don’t fall sick when you start it.

We spend the first day at Kohima/Viswema village where you get acclimatized and you can take your time to get every needful item ready before heading for the treks.

– Each day we do the trek in such a way that you get ample amount of rest .

” Oddessemania Trek Leaders are well trained in Mountaineering and Medical Safety in Mountaineering “

Weather Wise

The Dzukou Valley Trek starts from January and goes up to December and in these whole months the trek is safe to do.

If you do the trek between April to September the trek route will little be slippery as rainy season will start so its important to carry poncho/raincoat and if you do the trek between December to February the temperature goes down up to -1 degree so carrying good warm cloths is important.

“Do follow the Trek Leader’s instruction when you are on the trek. Don’t do anything on your own because you don’t know what will happen next.”

Terrain Wise

Dzukou Valley posses the least risk.

The only risks that comes during Dzukou Valley trek is-

1. Stream Crossing

2.Descending Down

Closest Hospital To Dzukou Valley Trek

Oking Hospital in Kohima is the closest one to Dzukou valley Trek, in case of a medical emergency during the trek.
Address:  Kohmina Mokokchung Road, Opp Bandhan Bank, Kohima, Nagaland 797001
Phone: 0370 229 0080

Bethel Medical Centre is another option.
Address: Bethel Road, Near South Police Station, Kohima, Nagaland 797005
Phone: 0370 222 4202


What is the Dzukou Valley Trek?

The Dzukou Valley Trek is a breathtaking adventure that takes you through the picturesque landscapes of the North-Eastern state of Nagaland, India. The trek leads to the stunning Dzukou Valley, known for its lush green meadows, flowers, and serene ambiance. It’s a popular trekking destination for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers

When is the best time to undertake the Dzukou Valley Trek?

The ideal time for the Dzukou Valley Trek is during the months of June to September, when the valley is adorned with a colorful carpet of blooming flowers. The weather is pleasant, and the monsoon showers add to the valley’s charm. However, it’s essential to check weather conditions and trail accessibility before planning your trek.

What is the difficulty level of the Dzukou Valley Trek?

The Dzukou Valley Trek is considered moderate to challenging. The trek involves steep ascents and descents, rocky terrain, and a bit of scrambling. A reasonable level of physical fitness and stamina is recommended. Novice trekkers might find it slightly demanding, but with proper preparation and determination, it’s achievable.

Is it necessary to go with a guide?

it’s highly recommended, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the area or trekking in general. A guide can provide valuable insights, ensure your safety, and navigate the trail effectively. They can also arrange permits and accommodations, making your trek more organized.


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3N/4D Breathtaking Dzukou Valley Package | Nagaland 2024
12% Off
From ₹7499 ₹6599
/ Adult

Trip Details

  • Professional Guide
  • Homestay and Campstay
  • Ecco/Sumo
  • Guwahati Railway Station
  • 2400m