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Kohima Cathedral
Kisama Heritage Village in Kohima, Nagaland

Wide valleys, rippling streams, majestic mountains, deep gorges, and a rich variety of flora and fauna make Nagaland unique. Nagaland’s turbulent history, song and dance, native crafts, costumes, jewellery and myths and legends are an intrinsic part of its traditions. The colorful people are talented musicians, singers and dancers. Nagaland, which is pre-dominantly a tribal state, is inhabited by 16 main tribes of the Tibeto-Burman group. Though they were animist by tradition, the influence of English missionaries led most of them to embrace Christianity. The life style of the modern Naga is still influenced by ancient tenets and this makes Naga society a well knit and cohesive unit. A very interesting traditional institution is the Morung, a men’s exclusive dormitory that is the focal point of the village. 

The Nagas have a wonderful tradition of weaving. Hand woven Naga shawls are widely appreciated. Each tribe has distinguishing patterns and motifs and certain ceremonies are indicated in the weaving of these beautiful shawls.  

Tour Itinerary

Day 01 :  Arrive Dimapur – Kohima

Day 02 :  Kohima and Kisama sightseeing. 

Day 03 :  Kohima – Khonoma - Kohima

Day 04 :  Kohima – Dimapur - Depart

Khonoma Village Nagaland, Kohima
World War II cemetery in Kohima, Nagaland

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A glimpse of Nagaland (03 nights and 04 days)

Tour Cost  : Starts from Rs. 20,250/- per person for two people travelling together

In this short tour of Nagaland one travels to the capital city of Kohima. Kohima is a beautiful hill station and also a city with great historic importance being an important base of the allied forces in the east. The battle of Kohima was a big turning point in World War II when the British forces fought the Japanese forces U Go offensive attempt from 4 April to 22 June 1944. In 2013, the British National Army Museum voted the Battle of Imphal and Kohima to be "Britain's Greatest Battle"'. 

Guests also visit Kisama and Khonoma. Kisama is the venue for the famous Hornbill Festival. Decorated houses of the various tribes can be seen here. There is also a World War II museam. Khonoma village of the Angami Naga tribe, claims to be the first green village in India. 

This tour is designed for you to have a feel of the place if you are short in time.

Read the following blog about Khonoma Green village in Nagaland

Khonoma Village, Nagaland

Khonoma village claims to be the first Green village in India. Situated about 20 kms from Kohima the capital of Nagaland, a state in Northeastern part of India, Khonoma is an Angami Naga tribal village.



Nagaland Tour Package 3 nights 4 days