Hornbill Festival Package
This is a sample itinerary, which can be tailor made for you by adding or deleting days at a particular place or logistic permitting, re-scheduling certain portions.
Pickup from Dimapur and drive to Kohima (74 Kms. 2 hours drive) which is inhabited by the Angami Tribe. Visit to local markets and museum or world war cemetery, if time permits. Overnight Kohima. Kohima; The capital of Nagaland is inhabited by the Angami, Naga. This city has been founded by the erstwhile British Empire. This city is also well known for the 2nd world war battle, wherein the Japanese advance to India has been halted by the allied forces at Kohima. The world war-II cemetery in the heart of the town and other memorials still bears memory of valours and sacrifices. The local markets and museum offers you a vista to the varied culture and food habits of the Naga.
Witness hornbill festival or visit Khonoma green village. O/n Kohima. Khonoma: This village is known for eco conservation managed by the village community and has been recognized by the Government and declared as a green village. The village has waged several wars with the Britishers who invaded the Naga hills in the 18th century. A walk through the village and visit to the morungs (Boys Dormitory) will give you an insight to the traditional lifestyle of the Angami Tribe. If time permit, a visit to the mithun sanctuary (unique specie of the Indian Gaur/Bison) is also suggested.
Witness hornbill festival or visit Kigwema and Viswema village. A visit to the village offers you a view to the rural lifestyle that exist side by side alongwith modernization.
Witness hornbill festival or local vist in and around Kohima and then drive down to Tuophema village in the afternoon. O/N Tuophema at tourist resort in traditional house.
Tuophema to Mokochung enroute visit to Ungma or Longkhum village (Ao Tribe) via Wokha (Lotha Tribe). O/N Mokochung.
Mokokchung to Mon-via-Assam. Mon is inhabited by the Konyak tribe who were fierce head hunters only some few years back. The Konyak are also known for their tattoos and metallurgical skill. O/N Mon
Drive to Longwa and Tang Konyak villages. Longwa is located on the Indo-Myanmar boundary and this boundary bisects the Angh (Local King) residence. The Angh rules over many villages on both side of this International boundary. O/N Mon.
Visit Chui village early in the morning and then drive down to Sibsagar, the ancient capital of the Ahom who rules over Assam for more than 600 years. O/N Sibasagar.
Visit various monuments in and around Sibsagar. O/N Sibsagar or Dibrugarh
Transfer to Airport for outgoing flight or extend your tour to other parts