Nagaland is filled with beautiful ethnic villages like Chui, Noklak, Chuchuyimlang, Chumukedima and Longwa. To get a feel of the hills on your cheek, travel to Mount Tivi, Dzukou Valley, Japfu Peak and Changkikong Range. Longleng and Kachari Ruins are two prime spots of historical importance. If you wish to shop, check out the bazaars at Ruzaphema and Naga Bazaar. Children can also be taken to Dzulekie, a famous picnic spot. Nagaland is home to many forests which have thriving patches of palms, rattan, mahogany and bamboo. The forests are abode to diverse animal species such as harts, sambar, monkeys, oxen and buffaloes. This region is famous for the Great Indian Hornbill. The state bird of Nagaland is Blyth’s Tragopan. The state animal of Nagaland is Mithun (a partially domesticated Gaur).