A quaint hill town village boasting ethereal natural beauty, Dzuleke is a beautiful spot to admire natural beauty. This off-beat travel destination lies about 40 km from the city centre and is most famous as the home of the bison. Sheltering some of the unique flora and fauna, the village also invites tourists for its rare species of rainbow trout. A native to the village, it can be found in the stream that flows through the terrain. To sample some local delicacies, make friends with the locals and you might be served a scrumptious meal of fresh crabs and aromatic Binni rice. The hospitable nature of the locals will make your visit to Dzuleke an experience that will stay with you forever. Tourists can also challenge each other to try Bhoot Jalokia, one of the hottest chillies in the world that are found here in abundance.

The village is mainly inhabited by 200 families of the Angami tribe of Nagaland and provides an excellent setting for experiencing undisturbed nature and village life. As you enter the Dzuleke valley, you will come across a few cottages where you can choose to stay.

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