Tuensang district of Nagaland is a cultural hot spot full of rich cultural heritage. It could be described as a melting pot of some of the most colorful and vibrant Naga cultures and traditions. Tuensang is home to six different tribes: Chang Naga, Yimchunger Naga, Khiamniungan Naga, Sangtam Naga, and Sumi Naga. And as some people say, Tuensang is the miniature version of Nagaland where one gets to see such cultural diversity.
Tuensang is indeed one of the most colorful little towns of Nagaland. The tribes living in this beautiful little town are rich in cultural heritage and their colorful traditional attire are simply splendid. The heartwarming folksongs, the rhythmic dances, and the mystic charm are simply mesmerizing.
Longtrok is a must visit place in Tuensang. It is located at Chungliyimti about 57km from Tuensang town in the Sangtam area. And as legend goes, the first Ao ancestors had emerged from Longtrok. Longtrok means six stones in Ao and Sangtam. It is a beautiful place and one can get a breathtaking view of the towns on hilltops scattered over the horizon from here.