CULTURAL HERITAGE TOUR OF NAGALAND TOUR
Hotel accomodation 6 Nights / 7 Days
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Offbeat yet beautiful, Nagaland in the deep Northeast India has hills and valleys in its vicinity, and that is why it is a when on a holiday in India. It not only rich in flora and fauna, but also known for its song, dance, and traditional art forms. Perhaps that’s the reason why it is called the ‘land of festivities.’ It also famous for its wealth oof tribes that are approximately 16. Isn’t it captivating enough to blow one’s mind away? To know more about Nagaland, it would be good to plan a holiday out there. And for planning either a summer or winter holiday in Nagaland, then do get in touch with the travel experts at Tour My India.A leading travel company, Tour My India has over a decade of experience in organizing best of Northeast Indiaholiday tours and offering best deals on North east India travel packages.the Nagaland packages offered by us are not only easy on the budget but also include all the top attractions. From budget travel to luxury travel packages, family tours, and sightseeing holiday packages, we have made multiple Nagaland itineraries with us. In fact, if any of the holiday packages cited with us doesn’t match your requirements then our experts can design a package that will design the way you expected. It will include a sightseeing tour to all the attractions of Nagaland, accommodations, and transportation from one place to another. Lucrative enough to book a holiday? Then don’t wait further, contact the travel experts of Tour My India right away, and pick the package that suits your requirement.
On arrival, you will be met by our representative at Dimapur airport or railway station who will assist you with check in at the hotel. Post refreshment, we shall visit the Kachari Ruin site and further proceed to Diezephe Village or the Handicraft Village. Later come back to the hotel for overnight stay.
Post breakfast, we shall drive to Benreu Village en route which we shall visit Peren Village where we will enjoy lunch. After having lunch, we will head out to Pelekie Village, which is famous for making indigenous salt. After stopping here for sometime, we will continue driving to Benreu Village. On arrival, check in at the community lodge and explore the village where we shall see Morung – a traditional yet informal institution where oral histories and traditions are passed from generation to generations. You will also come across few hunting trophies of wild animals hanging in front of their doors and shall have the opportunity to witness the Zeliang Naga dance performance here. Overnight stay at Benreu Village.
Today, after the breakfast, we will drive to Dzülekie, which is a small village of around 40 households. On reaching Dzülekie, (depending upon the season) we will participate in the traditional way of fishing and have picnic lunch. After the lunch, we shall drive towards Khonoma, which is reckoned to be the first Green Village of the country. On the way to Khonoma from Dzulekie, we will take a halt for a while to see the State animal, Mithun, which is often seen grazing on the wayside. Further proceed to Khonoma Village. Overnight Khonoma Homestay.
Post breakfast today, we will head out to explore Khonoma Village, which houses a 27 sq kms territory of Khonoma Nature Conservation and Tragopan Sanctuary (KNCTS). At Khonoma you shall be able to explore the culture, history and nature in one place. We shall be witnessing ceremonial gates, morung, cairn circles, forts, historical sites and age group house. Also, we will get the opportunity to meet the local craftsmen that are skilled in weaving shawls and making cane baskets. Post lunch, we will visit the terrace fields and learn a thing or two about terrace cultivation. In the evening, we shall witness some local games demonstrated by the local youth and thereafter we will get to try the locally prepared brew. Homestay in Khonoma.
In the morning today, after the breakfast, we will leave for Kohima. Today our visit will be to the State Museum, World War II Cemetery, local bazar, Sale Emporium, Kohima Village where we shall see few remains of the war during 1940s. Post lunch, we will visit Kisama Village, where the famed Hornbill festival takes place every year. At this heritage site, we shall witness traditional houses of all the major tribes built in unique designs. Next, we will visit Kigwema village where General Sato of the Japanese army stayed during the WWII. Overnight stay in Kohima.
Today, we will leave for Tuophema village after the breakfast. On arrival, we will enjoy lunch served on a huge table made out of a log. Post lunch, we will explore the village and meet the local people. In the evening, we will witness women folk performance about how the Nagas spin cotton. Overnight stay in Tuophema Community Cottages.
Post breakfast, we shall drive to Dimapur to board our flight/train.