There are many more places of interest like,kohima war cemetery, Dzukou Valley, Khonoma Village, Kohima Village, Japfu Peak, Cathedral, State Museum. Kohima war cemetery was built as a memorial to the war dead is superbly maintained and kept spotlessly clean. In kohima war cemetery there are 1421 bronze plaque memorial graves and 917 memorials of Hindu and Sikh dead whose mortal remains were committed to fire.
The Dzukou valley at an altitude of 2438 metres above sea level is 25 km away from kohima on the southwest side of Japfu hills range. This valley is a favourite place of young trekkers and meditation groups. The serpentine streams and rivulets flowing through the valley often freezes during the winter. Wild flowers, pink and white rhododendrans adorn the hills in the spring times.
Kohima Village(Bara Basti)
This village has a traditional Naga ceremonial gateway carved with motifs of guns, warriors and symbols of prosperity at the entrance to the village. The traditional Naga house built here had crossed 'horns' on the gables, carved heads to signify the status of the family, a huge basket to hold the grain in front of the house.
Governor's camp is situated at a distance of 43 kms from Dimapur on the foot hills. The river Doyang is flowing down near the governor's camp. It is an ideal spot for picnics, rafting, angling and river camping. A hydro-electric project is constructed on the upper reaches of the river. It is been a good tourist attraction during past few years.