Dzulekie is among the beautiful picnic spots around Kohima that is surrounded by lush evergreen sub-tropical forests. This stream flows from a sleek and narrow gorge and appears to seep underground at some places.
Abounded by beautiful hills, this forest preserves the rarely found blythe's tragopan, which is a species of pheasant. Various domesticated bisons and mithuns are also found at this place.
It is located at an elevation of about 2133 m above the sea level and is 40 km away from Kohima.
Gerukamukh is one of the most beautiful picnic spots located in the north-west direction. Tourists visiting this site can also visit Gerukamukh Subansiri, the largest tributary of Brahmaputra River. Dotted with thick and dense forests, the river touches the plains from the hills, offering an ideal site for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts.
The Kettle Valley Picnic Spot is a popular picnic stop in the town of Kurseong and is visited by locals as well as tourists. This scenic location is enjoyed on a picnic or a day outing with family and friends.
It is a beautiful spot on the banks of the river Rinchengtong and one can spot the Dilaram Tea Estate, which is also located close by. The landscape of the place is breathtaking as one can view the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas in the backdrop. The surrounding area is lush green with the clear water of the river flowing along side.
Drung is famed for a beautiful stream that flows towards the city of Gulmarg. Popularly known for trout fishing and rock climbing, this place constitutes one of the major picnic spots around Gulmarg. This developing resort is the site where the downhill road from Tangmarg reaches the Ferozepore stream.