About Phek District
The regional name Phek is derived from the word "Phekrekedze" meaning watch tower. Phek was a small part of the Kohima District, under the auspices of an additional Deputy Commissioner from 1957 until it was upgraded to a fully-fledged District on 21 Dec. 1973. Phek, a town, south-central state of Nagaland, northeastern India. It is located in the Naga Mountains, about 125 miles [121 km] off the rugged mountain range east of Kohima.
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Adorned with rich flora and fauna, the Phek region is home to its own pheasant species called Blyth's Tragopan and some rare species of orchids. It is estimated that 90% of the region is covered by forest, which, therefore, has made it an ideal destination for nature lovers and wildlife tourism.
The region has an area of 2026 km2.
There are less than 14 districts in total in Phek.
There are 117 total districts in the region.
There are 2 cities in total in this region.
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