The undulating state of Nagaland is extremely charming. A home of near about 16 tribes the state has much more to explore. Tribe and clan traditions and loyalties play an important part in the life of Nagas. Weaving is a traditional art handed down through generations in Nagaland. Each of the tribe has its own unique designs and colours, producing shawl, shoulder bags, decorative spears, table mats, wood carvings, and bamboo works. War dances and other dances belonging to distinctive Naga tribes are a major art form in Nagaland.
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Travel Itinerary – 8 Nights 9 Days
|Day 1||Arrive Dibrugarh|| Our tour representative will welcome you at the Dibrugarh Airport and transfer to Hotel. |
|Day 2||Dibrugarh to Mon ( 9 hours drive apprx)|| Morning post Breakfast move to Mon in Nagaland. When reaching Mon, we are in the heart of the Konyak tribal area. Remaining time is at Mon. |
|Day 3||Mon-Chui-Longwa-Mon|| Full day explore Mon including Chui and Longwa villages. Mon is the land of the Konyaks, offers the best opportunity for finding semi-traditional villages and tattooed warriors in loincloths. The district’s largest village, Longwa, is situated right on the Myanmar (Burma) border. Konyaks are still ruled by hereditary chiefs known as Anghs. The Angh (king) of Longwa commands about 50 villages from both the side. |
|Day 4||Mon to Mokokchung (7 hours)|| Morning move to Mokokchung, the home of AO tribe of Nagaland, is situated at an altitude of 1325 metres above the sea level. Mokokchung town is the third most important urban hub in Nagaland. They are famous for their colourful dances. |
|Day 5||Explore Mokokchung|| Visit Mopungchuket, perhaps the best kept village in Nagaland. Often referred to as Ao heartland, you can absorb yourself in tribal culture here. Every house opens onto a well tended garden, and the people are accustomed to visitors and welcome a chat. Also visit Longkham village. The villagers are very friendly in nature and they feel proud to showcase their rich handicrafts and handlooms to the visitors. |
|Day 6||Mokokchung to Touphema (5 hours)|| Post breakfast move to Touphema. En route visit Lotha tribe near Wokha. Reach Touphema by afternoon and on arrival check into neatly appointed huts built in the traditional Angami Naga style, the Angami tribes are, incidentally, the main tribe of this area. Evening enjoy an Angami naga dance and also ethnic food with rice beer. |
|Day 7||Touphema to Kohima (1 ½ hours)|| Till lunch move around Touphema and post lunch move to Kohima, the capital of Nagaland located at an altitude of 1,444 meters. Those who’re interested in history will find a visit to the Kohima War Cemetery worthwhile. This cemetery is a tribute to the soldiers who laid down their lives pushing back the Japanese army during World War II. The bodies of around 1,100 British and 330 Indian soldiers are buried there. |
|Day 8||Kohima-Khonoma-Kohima|| Whole day explore Kohima city and Khonoma village. Visit Species market in Kohima. Then move to Khonoma,it is an Angami Tribal village located 20 kms from Kohima. Here the Angami Nagas fought a fierce battle against the British, who came in an expedition to these Naga hills in 1879.The inhabitants of Khonoma place a lot of emphasis on wildlife conservation and have established The Khonoma Nature Conservation and Tragopan Sanctuary. Then back to Kohima and have a local sight seeing with World War II cemetery. |
|Day 9||Departure||Post breakfast move to move to Dimapur airport (3 hrs approx) for return journey.|
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1. Transportation (All sightseeing, long drive, transfer, pick up and drop) . ( A/c will not be operating in hilly terrain , mainly in Nagaland )
2. All accommodations .
3. All Car Parking and toll
4. Driver allowances.
5. All Permits for Nagaland.
7. Guide Fees.
8. All Applicable Taxes
1. Camera fees.
2. Cost for service not mentioned under the “cost includes” heads
3. Cost for airfare, train fare or any other internal fare.
4. Personal expenses such as laundry, soft drinks, mineral water, porter, tip etc.
5. Liability for or insurance against injury, loss of life, accidents or loss of goods.
6. Expenses incurred due to change in oil price, mishaps, landslide, strike, political unrest etc. In such case, extra will be charged as per actual which will be collected directly from the guest.
7. All Meals.
8. All Entry Fees.