Also, known as Pak Koi, Veda Peak is the highest peak of the Mon district in Nagaland. Situated approximately 70 kilometres from the district headquarters, you will experience a picturesque view of the mountains and the rivers from Veda Peak which will surely mesmerize you. You can view the mighty Brahmaputra and the Chindwin rivers from the peak on a clear day.
There is also a waterfall near to the peak. The area around the waterfalls is considered to be one of the most beautiful locations in the entire Konyak countryside. Historically too, Veda Peak is of importance as the British soldiers first erected their camps here. This is also the place where the British grew the first opium plants in the Naga Hills. The beauty of the place, the view of the tumultuous Brahmaputra and the pristine surroundings all come together to give you an experience of a lifetime.