The name Zunheboto is a mix of two words of the Sumi language “Zunheb” refers to a flowering shrub that has white leaves and sponge-like ears and “To” means “On the top of the hills.” Zunheboto is a district in the Nagaland state of India that shares its border with Mokochung along with the border with Wokha. It is the land known for Sumi tribe as well as warrior tribe where one can learn the excellent martial art skills.
Zunheboto is one such destination known as birding paradise and visitors get the opportunity to view of the rare species if avifauna here. Aizuto is also a major attraction point for picnic and visitors can also see Sumi tribe’s dance and attractive attires.
The best tourist attractions in Zunheboto Nagaland are Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary, Ghosu Bird Sanctuary, Satoi Range, Sumi Baptist Church
Nagaland has only one airport named as Dimapur. There are some flights that connect this airport to Guwahati, Kolkata and from all other airports including Delhi. Dimapur is the main railway station to reach this place, and it is one main line of North East Frontier Railway. It also offers seamless connectivity with the direct train lines with other major cities in India. Taxis, night buses are easily available that connect Dimapur, Kohima to Guwahati along with Shilong. A taxi stand is built on the opposite side of the railway station where shared and full taxis can be hired to move around Zunheboto Nagaland.\