Top Attractions in Nagaland

Nagaland - a home for about 17 tribes is known for its free spirit and year-long celebrations. Some of these tribes consist of – Angami, Ao, Chakhesang, Chang, Kachari, Khiamniungan, Konyak, Kuki, Lotha, Phom, Pochury, Rengma, Sangtam, Sumi, Yimchunger and Zeme-Liangma (Zeliang). Each tribe have their distinct festivals, folk dances, music, and handicrafts.

The internationally ‘Hornbill Festival’ held in Kisama hosts the various cultural performances of the Naga tribes. These can range from indigenous games, craft bazaar, music events, fashion, kid’s carnival, floral galleria, food courts, and various other activities. The Naga tribes fondly recollect the legends of their ancient warriors and folk heroes in the form of songs, dance, folktales, love stories and folk tunes. You get to experience the Naga culture in totality during this time.

From being home to the ancient headhunting tribes, cradling beautiful valleys like Dzukou valley; Nagaland acts as a playground for tourists offering a mix of historical trails, food trails and treks.

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Best Season:All Year
Popular Location: Kohima, Kisama Heritage Village, Tuophema, Dzuko Valley

Tours in Nagaland

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ChaloHoppo to a Frozen Dzukou Valley

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From the frozen rivers in the winters to rare lilies in the monsoons, Dzukou offers the trekker with something they’ll cherish for life. With the scenic and quaint villages of Jakhama and Viswema serving as bases for starting the trek,…

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A girl admires the beauty of Dzukou valley
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ChaloHoppo to Dzukou Valley

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From trekking through a forest to leisurely walking in an alien bamboo land at 8,000 ft; tasting rice beer to bathing in a cold stream; exploring the Naga bazaars to meditating between terraced rice fields. Experience the unexpected in the land…

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