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Khonoma, Asia's First Green Village: In Pictures - FootLoose Dev
In the world of ever-changing realities, we all secretly crave for some stillness in life, and with that, for visiting someplace that has been technologically forgotten and kept isolated from the real world. During my visit to Nagaland, I ended up visiting one such place — the village of Khonoma. Often regarded as Asia’s first green village, Khonoma can be anybody’s long-nurtured dream of losing themselves into nature’s serenity. Located only 20 km from the popular town of Kohima, Khonoma is easily accessible. Readily available taxis (in Kohima) take around 500 Rupees per trip allowing tourists to visit Khonoma on a quick one-day or a half-day tour. It is, moreover, also possible to stay in the village, thanks to a few traditional homestays. What Makes Khonoma Special Rural Nagaland is beautiful and friendly. The only is, it doesn’t have the infrastructure for tourists — a prominent reason why many people visiting Nagaland return home without visiting anything beyond Kohima and other popular big towns like Mon and Mokokchung. This is where Khonoma makes a distinction. Despite a small …