Kohima is the capital city of India's northeastern state of Nagaland. The city with mountainous terrain shares its border with neighbouring country of Burma. Scores of tourist visit city every year that offers scenic natural beauty. Annual Hornbill Festival is another major attraction of the city, which gives glimpse of Nagaland's culture and traditions.
Seasons in Kohima
Winters in Kohima
Kohima has cool winters beginning from December to February. Maximum temperature settle below 20°C, while minimum temperatures are recorded below 10°C.
Summers in Kohima
Kohima witnesses a humid subtropical climate. Summer season commences from end of March till May. Average maximum temperatures during this time settle in low 20s, while minimum temperature settle between 14°C and 16°C.
Monsoon in Kohima
This season lasts from June to September, during which city witness heavy to very heavy rainfall. The average rainfall for city is more than 1400 mm.
Places to see in Kohima
Kohima is a visual retreat for the nature lovers. One must visit to Naga heritage village that shows the culture of Nagaland. Others include Kohima War Cemetery, Kohima Museum, Catholic Church and Japfu Peak to name a few.