Located on the eastern end of Nagaland, Tuensang sits close to Indo-Myanmar border. This hidden gem of Nagaland is also home to Mount Saramati, the highest mountain in Nagaland. Tuensang has six major indigenous tribes – Changs, Yimhutuensangngers, Khiamniungans, Sangtums, Phoms, and Semas. The earliest tribe to settle down in these parts is Chang tribe in Changsangmongko village. Tuesang is renowned for its Longtrok or the living stones which are considered by locals to be incarnation of holy God. Fakim Wildlife Sanctuary on the slopes of Saramati Mountain is home to many rare birds.
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