The capital city of Nagaland was originally called Kewhira due to the abundance of Kewhi flowers within the region. The town is situated 1500 m above water level and is legendary for its exquisite and pristine environment. Kohima has blessed a picturesque topography and is one among the highest Nagaland attractions among adventure seekers who can enjoy trekking and camping activities during this region. it's the house of the Naga and Kuki tribe. The place also holds historical significance for being the battlefield of a 64-day long fight against the Japanese who were trying to invade India through Burma during war II. This event led to the creation of the famous War Cemetery where thousands of British and Japanese soldiers are buried. a number of the opposite famous Nagaland tourist places in Kohima are Japfu Peak, Kohima State Museum, Naga Heritage Village and Dzukou Valley.