History Cultural Of Assam Nagaland Tour
1.Hotel accomodation 12 NIGHTS 13 DAYS
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About mon(History Cultural Of Assam Nagaland Tour)
The land of Konyak Nagas, Mon is an interesting land to visit in Nagaland. Famed for warriors with tattoos on face, head hunting prowess and blackened teeth people, Mon is a fascinating place to be in Nagaland. The Konyaks call themselves the descendants of Noah and practice agriculture; it is believed that have the finest harvest in the state. Around Mon, a traveller can have a number of interesting encounters, for instance if you happen to be in Longwa (the biggest village in Mon district), which shares border of Myanmar, you can actually have the opportunity to have half of your body in India and other half in Myanmar. The chief’s house, where the chief resides with his 60 wives, is also a major attraction in Longwa. The large number of trophies made of animals’ skull in the residence is some unforgettable sight. Shangnyu Village and its famed wooden carving, Veda Peak and Chui Village are some of the other attractions in Mon. If you visit Mon in the month of April, you have a good opportunity to witness the lively harvest festival of Konyak Nagas called Aoleong Monyu Festival. It is a weeklong festival that is celebrated with offering sacrifice and hosting large feasts.
On reaching Sibsagar from Dibrugarh, you can check in at the selected hotel. After freshening up, you can go for an excursion around the town visiting sites such as water tank called the Bhorpukhuri, amphitheatre called the Rang Ghar, man-made lake Joysagar, Ahom Museum and Kareng Ghar. Later, you can return for dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
After an early breakfast at the hotel, you will be driven to Nagaland’s northernmost district Mon. On reaching Mon town, you can check in at the guest house/resort and rest followed by dinner and overnight stay.
(Mon is a hometown of the Konyak tribe who are known for their tattoos that symbolizes their head-hunting trait. Also, they are skilled in making wood carving, gun-making etc. This land is also regarded as the Land of Anhg)
You will be taken to visit the Longwa village, this village is located in the Indo-Myanmar border and it runs through the Anhg’s house. Here, you will be taken to visit the Angh’s house where one can notice the massive wood carvings. Later, after lunch you will be driven to Shangkhachingnyu village where we will see local craftsmen and war trophies. Dinner and overnight stay at the guest house/resort will follow.
After breakfast you will be driven to Chenmoho village here you get to see local people with tattooed faces. You can explore the village and meet the friendly locals and interact with them. Following the next stop to Chui village you can see the ethnic Konyak way of constructing their houses. You may also see the local weavers and craftsmen creating beautiful works. Later, you can return to the guesthouse/resort for dinner and overnight stay.
On day 5, after breakfast you will be driven to Mokokchung, enroute Longritzu Lenden Valley and Chuchuyimlang village. From there on your drive will be continued to Mokokchung, the hometown of the Ao Nagas. On arrival, you can check in at the pre-booked hotel for overnight stay.
You can explore Mokokchung and its nearby villages. You will be taken to visit the Museum at Impur village and Mopungchuket village. Later, after lunch, you will be driven to Aliba village where you can see one of the biggest log drum in Nagaland. After, you will be taken to Chungtia village, on arrival back to Mokokchung dinner and overnight stay at the hotel will follow.
After breakfast, you will be driven to Tuophema village enroute Ungma Village, the oldest and largest village in Nagaland. On reaching Tuophema Village you will be introduced to the local weavers and meet old peoples. Your next destination will be to Longkhum village which has being regarded as the vanguard village of the Ao region during head-hunting days and it also acts as a model in biodiversity conservation. The next village excursion will lead you to Longsa Village, also Tseminyu village. You will be returned to Tuophema Village for overnight stay at the Community Cottage.
On day 8, you can roam around the village in the morning and later go for lunch and a tour at the Gariphema village. Later, drive back to Tuophema and in the evening attend a cultural programme at Tuophema followed by overnight stay.
You will be driven to Kohima, enroute you can visit the State Museum, Kohima heritage village (see remains of Second World War) and ceremonial gates. After lunch you can check in at the pre-booked hotel and visit the World War II cemetery in Kohima followed by overnight stay at the hotel.
You will be driven to Jakhama village on day 10th which is 16km away from Kohima and here you can explore the village. Next you will be taken to Kigwema village and Kisama the Heritage complex where the annual Hornbill festival takes place. Later after lunch at Kohima you can visit the emporium/souvenir shops and local market where you'll get to see local vegetables, insects and worms, etc for food by the Naga people. After all day of excursion you can return for dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
In the morning after breakfast, you will be driven to Khonoma village. Here you can find Culture, History and Nature intact together. You can explore the village and see ceremonial gates, morung, cairn circles, forts, historical sites, age group house, meet local craftsmen weaving shawls and cane basket. After lunch you will be taken to see the terrace fields and see how the cultivation is done. This will be followed by indigenous games which will be demonstrated by the local youth and thereafter we shall try the locally prepared brew. Dinner and overnight stay at the Khonoma Homestay will follow.
You will be taken for a nature walk in the morning, you can witness jhum cultivation also known as shifting cultivation. You can also catch a quick glance of the state animal of Nagaland, Mithun. After, you will be driven for 7km to Mezoma village, followed by a lunch and exploring the village. Overnight stay at Mezoma homestay. However, you can also drive back to Khonoma and stay overnight at Mezoma and overnight stay at Khonoma.
You will be driven to Dimapur enroute Secuma village. Once you arrive Dimapur, you will be transferred to the airport/railway for your onward destination.