Tuensang Travel Guide
Tuensang is a beautiful town and the district headquarters of Tuensang District which is the largest district of Nagaland. It shares its border with Myanmar in its eastern side. It touches Mon district in its north, Zunheboto and Mokokchung in the west, Assam in the north and Phek in the south. This district is mainly inhabited by the five Naga tribes namely Chang, Sangtam, Khiamniungan, Yimchunger, Phom and a part of Sumi.
Tuesang is enveloped with sheer natural beauty. The views of its hills, ridges, gorges and valleys fill the heart of onlookers with joy. Tuesang is located at an altitude of 1371.60 m above sea level. It covers around 25 % of the total area of the North eastern state of Nagaland. There are more than 250 villages in the district. The town was founded with a purpose of administrating the erstwhile North Eastern Frontier Agency(NEFA) that forms the present day Tuensang, Mon, Longleng and Kiphire districts. It is the fifth largest urban centre in Nagaland after Dimapur-Chumukedima, Greater Kohima , Alichen-Mokokchung-DEF and Wokha.