A visit to a small village in the Phek district can be one of the most memorable trips for tourists. Khezhakeno is a legendary village with history and mythology all mingling and becoming one. It is believed that many Naga tribes have originated from Khezhakeno and migration led them to the other parts of the region. According to another popular legend, the village has a stone slab from which paddy miraculously multiply when placed on any drying land.
Though the stone is still found in the village, the magic and the mystery is not there anymore. Tourists can reach the legendary village of Khezhakeno from Tadubi in Manipur or Pfutsero in the Phek district. Roads are the main communication lifeline to this village and taxis can easily be availed from the above towns. Khezhakeno is about 22 kilometres from the district headquarters of Phek and falls under the jurisdiction of the Pfutsero tehsil.