Kohima Zoo in Nagaland is a private zoo which contains some rare birds and small wild animals.
This private zoo may not be the biggest or most well-maintained zoo in the world, but it certainly has its charm. Nestled on a beautiful hill, this zoo provides a natural and beautiful environment for the state bird, the rare Tragopan bird, and the state animal, the wild buffalo.
The golden langurs and Blythe’s tragopan are the real stars of the show, and you won’t want to miss them. And if you’re bringing the kids along, then they’ll have a blast in the special play zone and learning about the animals.
Sure, some might say it’s an average zoo, but we disagree. It’s a lovely place for animal lovers, and it’s a great opportunity for children to learn about the different bird and animal species found in Nagaland. Plus, we have to give a shoutout to the owner for creating this mini zoo.
Now, before you pack your bags and head to Kohima, there’s one thing you should know. The zoo is only open on Saturdays and Sundays, so plan your trip accordingly.